The math classroom can be a daunting place for any learner. With the UDL framework, you can find proactive ways to design your instruction to overcome any barriers in the learning environment and make math even more accessible to all learners.
Universal Design for Learning opens the door to opportunities for our learners. It’s important that each student is held to the same high standards, but the way students get the answer can be a surprise.
Once teachers articulate a goal for learning, they need to be proactive in anticipating the barriers that may present themselves in that learning experience. Students can "solve" a problem in a number of ways, such as verbally, using text, or using images.
This downloadable guide is full of suggested solutions that you can put into practice in your class room. To find out how to help more students get their “Eureka Moment” download our UDL guide.
In this guide you will learn how to navigate barriers such as: