Universal Design for Learning: A Practical Guide
The Universal Design for Learning framework is grounded in three cognitive networks: affective, recognition, strategic. Each of these three networks uses a principle which can in turn be used to guide design and practice.
Before you move on, please go through the UDL Guidelines and identify some key pieces to help begin your journey in navigating the UDL framework:
- Brain networks
- Connection to learning
- Expert learner
In the following content, we will explain Engagement, Representation, and Action & Expression separately and provide you with some actionable ideas.