Originally presented April 13, 2022
This presentation reviews the theory and rationale for Universal Design for Learning (UDL) and summarizes research on its effectiveness. Presenters examine certain contradictions in UDL, such as how a learning method that is tailored to individual differences can work for an entire class.
Drawing on their long-term study of library book clubs for those with intellectual disabilities (ID), Leah Plocharczyk and Matt Conner explore these issues in terms of specific case studies and suggest remedies. The presentation concludes with actionable ways to implement UDL for college classrooms.
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