UDL is not meant to be “one more thing”; it’s a mindset and mechanism for doing the things hard-working educators like you are already trying to do. To help illustrate the connections between UDL and key efforts, and to support you to communicate those connections to others, the CCEE partnered with TextHelp to create informational videos and curated resources along the various “on-ramps” to Universal Design for Learning. These tools can support your learning and also become part of your communication toolkit as you work to build buy–in in your organization.
Learn More About UDL
You can learn more about the foundations of UDL by watching the video “What is UDL?” above.
You can also check out the following resources:
If you understand the foundations, you can better see the connections between UDL and a variety of endeavors – supporting Language Learners, implementing California’s Multi-Tiered System of Support, and more.
Using the interactive graphic above, take a closer look at how Universal Design for Learning can act as a North Star to guide your efforts across multiple initiatives. We’ve arranged these endeavors alphabetically, starting in the upper right and proceeding in a clockwise direction. Click on each to learn more.