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Transcript of UDL
A way to teach all learners
Started as a way to design spaces that were available to everyone, no matter the physical or mental condition of the person.
Started In the 50´s.
According to Mace, R. (1998), Universal Design is the design of products and environments to be usable by all people, to the greatest extent possible, without the need for adaptation or specialized design.
It enter to the world of education, were it have become Universal Design for Learning (UDL), having the same principles as in architecture, but focusing in the process of teaching and learning.
Because often, the traditional education do not creates differentiated lesson plans for different types of learners, our educational systems have the need for a framework that presents guidelines and tools to create classrooms that works for any type of learner, such as UDL.
This framework applies to the whole curriculum, because every essential component of the curriculum, such as goals, assessments, materials and methods, should be designed with consideration for all learners (Rose and Meyer, 2002).
UDL stands for the belief
that every person, learns
in different ways
¨Technology gives us many opportunities to customize education to meet individual needs. We are to provide students with digital text that offer a range of embedded supports and scaffolds. We can offer a range of expressive tools from which students can choose what they have learned (…) we can even connect and communicate with students and classrooms around the world through online collaboration tools and blogs.¨ ( Hall, E. and others, 2012)