Universal Design for Learning (UDL)

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Universal Design for Learning (UDL) by Mind Map: Universal  Design for Learning (UDL)

1. Aims for all products and environments to be designed so that they can be used by as many people as possible without the need for special equipment or adaptation.

1.1. GUIDING PRINCIPLES

1.1.1. equitable use

1.1.2. simple and intuitive use

1.1.3. flexibility in use

1.1.4. tolerance for error

1.1.5. low physical effort

2. Multiple means of REPRESENATION

2.1. LANGUAGE AND SYMBOLS

2.2. PERCEPTION

2.3. COMPREHENSION

2.4. GOAL

2.4.1. To develop expert learners who are RESORCEFUL AND KNOWLEDGEABLE

3. Multiple means of ACTION AND EXPRESSION

3.1. PHYSICAL ACTION

3.2. EXPRESSION AND COMMUNICATION

3.3. EXECUTIVE FUNCTIONS

3.4. GOAL

3.4.1. To develop expert learners who are STRATEGIC AND GOAL-ORIENTED

4. Multiple means of ENGAGEMENT

4.1. RECRUITING INTEREST

4.2. SUSTAINING EFFORT AND PERSISTENCE

4.3. SELF-REGULATION

4.4. GOAL

4.4.1. To develop expert learners who are PURPOSEFUL AND MOTIVATED