[R-0179] S4. Instructional Planning

Citation: Alberta Education. (2015). Making sense of Universal Design for Learning (UDL). Video. Retrieved from site [or go to the YouTube site and enter “Making sense of Universal Design for Learning” in the search window].

Abstract: The goal of this 3:52- minute video is to describe the Universal Design for Learning approach to education. Although this video was produced in Canada, the content is applicable to schools everywhere.

Integration: The information presented in this video fits well with content presented in the early childhood course Curriculum Planning.

Content Focus: Accessibility; Barriers to Learning; Curriculum Planning; David Rose; Digital Learning Resources; Diverse Abilities; Flexible Instructional Practices; Flexible Learning Resources; Instructional Design; Learning Preferences; Levels of Engagement; Learner-Centered Approach; Learner-Centered Curriculum; Learning Success; Multiple Means of Action and Expression; Multiple Means of Engagement; Multiple Means of Representation; Technology

Notes: Have students read UDL Intersections before creating a chart comparing Universal Design for Learning (UDL) and Differentiated Instruction (DI) and including at least three examples of each approach.