Dr David Rose on Universal Design for Learning – Principles and Practice

Dr David Rose, one of the founders of UDL, gives some practical examples of what a UDL classroom looks like.

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Author: techcourse

Primary Teacher. Interested in technology, teaching and learning.

5 thoughts on “Dr David Rose on Universal Design for Learning – Principles and Practice”

  1. I like the UDL principles – essential principles for teaching adults. I don’t teach children, but can imagine that there would be curricular pressures that would make it difficult?

  2. UDL is very positive and interesting however, some schools will have more resources than others and will UDL work better in schools that have access to a lot of resources and materials, i.e. interactive whiteboards, broadband that works fast.

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