Archive for the ‘Progress in the General Curriculum’ Category

Designing for All: Universal Design for Learning in the Classroom

Universal Design for Learning (UDL) offers all students a variety of ways to engage with the content you’re teaching. Today’s students enter classrooms with a wide range of skills, needs, and interests. At the same time, much of the curriculum available to teachers is narrowly focused, making it hard to meet the diverse needs of […]

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4 Tips for Better Classroom Behavior

Does student misbehavior have you considering a different career or at least have you counting down the days until summer?  Student misbehavior and disruption can be one of the most frustrating parts of our job.  Unfortunately, there is not a magic wand that will make all the classroom behavior issues disappear, but there are many […]

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How Universal Design for Learning Works

We’ve written previously about Universal Design for Learning (UDL) and how it’s a framework that takes all of your diverse learners’ needs into account when creating a curriculum. However, designing a curriculum that’s universal can be tricky. After all, no two students are exactly alike, and in a diverse classroom, the task of creating an […]

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What Is Universal Design for Learning?

Universal Design for Learning (UDL) is a framework for designing your instruction based on principles that allow all of your students to have access to the general curriculum. Every classroom is full of diverse students with their own unique learning styles. You might have a student who speaks two languages, a student who loves to […]

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