Principles of UDL

"The principles of UDL are the three guiding statements that form the foundation, or framework, for Universal Design for Learning. They include: * Multiple means of representation, to allow for options in ways to obtain or receive information and knowledge. * Multiple means of action and expression, to give diverse learners options for demonstrating and acting upon information and knowledge. * Multiple means of engagement, to tap into learners' interests, offer appropriate challenges, and increase motivation."

Source: Adapted from: http://www.udlcenter.org/aboutudl/udlguidelines/introduction

Contextual Use: The three guiding principles of UDL are based upon three brain networks (recognition, strategic, affective). CAST's research on UDL is related to these networks and understanding that every learner is unique and processes information differently.

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