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Universal Design for Learning

Universal Design for Learning (UDL) developed by CAST This link takes you away from the ADCET page  is an approach to teaching and learning that aims to provide equal opportunities for all students, regardless of their abilities, backgrounds, or preferences. UDL is based on the idea that there is no one-size-fits-all solution for education and that different learners have different needs and strengths. UDL helps educators design flexible and accessible learning environments that can accommodate the diversity of learners in the classroom. By applying UDL principles, educators can create more engaging and effective learning experiences for everyone.

In 2023 ADCET received strategic grant funding from the Department of Education to undertake a project' 'Advancing UDL in Tertiary Education' project. The project supported ADCET's work to promote UDL in higher education and Vocational Education and Training sectors. ADCET has developed various activities and resources completed through the project which are now showcased in this UDL section of ADCET. Read more about the project in the final report.