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ADCET in Review - Upskill in UDL

Universal Design for Learning (UDL) is a learning design approach that recognises that there is no ‘average’ learner and instead considers the broadest possible range of needs and preferences of all learners.

When applied to learning, UDL enables inclusive curriculum design, development and delivery. It embraces learner variability, designs for it, and reduces barriers to learning – creating a greater sense of belonging and empowerment for learners. UDL reduces the need for reasonable adjustments and enhances the experience of all learners, including those with disability.

We’ve created a range of resources to help educators and organisations embed UDL within their practice: