Name: Krista Schmidt
Citation: The UDL Guidelines. Retrieved from: http://udlguidelines.cast.org/?utm_medium=web&utm_campagin=none&utm_source=cast-home
Summary: Universal Design for Learning (UDL) is a framework designed to improve teaching and learning for ALL. Often, the framework is explained as teaching to the edges with the idea of designing learning experiences that are accessible by all students. This webpage includes the UDL Guidelines in which Multiple Means of Engagement (why), Representation (what), and Action & Expression (how) are explored with examples of options within each area that teachers may choose to incorporate in their plans.
Opinion: This webpage provides a clear, interactive chart to allow teachers to see options they can utilize in their instruction to move toward UDL in order to reach more of their students needs.