UDL in Higher Education

Higher Ed. faculty and students express views on efficacy of UDL.

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Higher Ed. faculty and students relate their experience with UDL in this brief closed caption video.  

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CAST

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March 23, 2021

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Flex Seating: A Cultural Shift

Based on Universal Design for Learning, Flex Seating integrates layouts and tools that accommodate varied learning preferences.

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Bouncy chairs, noise cancelling headphones, exercise balls, chairs with pedals, u-shaped desks, its all part of the modern UDL based classroom, where the variability in children’s learning needs are recognized and addressed.  Old fashioned, one-size fits-all fixtures give way to intentionally designed, flexible furniture.

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Joel Ceausu

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The Suburban

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September 24, 2021

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UDL: A Video Introduction

Fundamentals of UDL in animated form.

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Animated video that explains the fundamental elements of UDL.  

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Louis Orlander/Doctoral Candidate, Hunter College

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March 18, 2021

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This animated video offers a brief overview of UDL principles and uses architectural accessibility and bowling as analogies for the application of UDL. (The second link goes to an inexistent Twitter account for the creator.)

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Emotion and Learning

How the UDL framework addresses the relationship between emotion and learning in higher ed.

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This article describes how to use the three principles of UDL to design curricula that address the influence of emotions on learning in a higher education context.  Emotion and learning are inextricably linked, but curriculum design and teaching practices often overlook the role of emotion on academic success.  This resource provides practical ways in which instructors can design educational activities to address the interplay between emotion and learning.

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UDL on Campus

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October 13, 2021

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Embracing Learner Variability

In this close-caption video, Dr. David Rose, a founder of UDL, argues for "destandardizing" students.

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Dr. David Rose, co-founder of CAST, stresses the importance of providing flexible learning opportunities and shares his vision for redesigning education to help students discover their strengths and become expert learners.  Rose uses an orchestra metaphor to illustrate his argument.  

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Dr. David Rose

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Digital Promise

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October 7, 2018

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Design Thinking and UDL

An overview of design thinking and UDL presented by Mindy Johnson at the Inclusive Learning Network's 2017 Global Accessibility Awareness Day Online Mini Conference.

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In this video, Mindy Johnson gives an overview of design thinking and UDL presented at the Inclusive Learning Network's 2017 Global Accessibility Awareness Day Online Mini Conference.

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Mindy Johnson

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YouTube

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September 23, 2018

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An Introduction to UDL and Assessment

A short video that describes how universities are using the principles of UDL to guide meaningful assessment practices.

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This short video guides university faculty on theoretical and practical strategies to create assessments based on the UDL framework. 

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UDL on Campus

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September 24, 2018

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Getting the Size Right: UDL

This short video uses the analogy of purchasing shoes to illustrate the fundamentals of Universal Design for Learning.

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This short animated video by OCALI illustrates learner variability and the principles UDL using an analogy to shoe selection.  

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OCALI

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October 7, 2018

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5 UDL Classroom Applications

Five practical, proven ways to design inclusive curriculum based on the principles of UDL.

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Educators will find these five concise, clearly written UDL classroom applications useful in designing curriculum that meets the needs of all learners and promoting inclusivity in the classroom.    

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CAST
Understood, Founding Partner

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Understood

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September 24, 2018

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Reducing Student Stress In Science Labs Using UDL

The authors employ the principles of Universal Design for Learning (UDL) to reduce student stress in science laboratories.

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The UDL approach in the laboratory is based on three elements: open-mindedness, supportive communication, and analysis, as well as adaptation of laboratory curriculum. “Supportive communication”, a novel interaction method adapted from counseling therapy, is introduced. A brief description of a workshop for chemistry faculty and graduate students on the UDL approach is presented in this downloadable document.

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Daniel K. Miller
Patricia L. Lang

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Journal of Chemical Education

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September 25, 2018

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