What is UDL?
Universal design for learning is defined by CAST as, “a framework to improve and optimize teaching and learning for all people based on scientific insights into how humans learn.” The UDL approach to teaching minimizes barriers and maximizes outcomes for all learners. It begins with the foundational understanding that every learner is highly variable. In any classroom or learning environment, you can expect that there will be a wide range of interests, background experiences, and skills.
Texthelp tools are designed with UDL at their core. The tools allow learners choice in the way they access and engage with educational content as well as variations in how they demonstrate mastery and understanding.
Literacy Support Tool
Make every PDF accessible
Makes Math Accessible
Make PDFs collaborative
Make math more accessible
Help students to express themselves
Highlight key points and send feedback
Demonstrate knowledge through mathspace
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“It is far easier to create interesting and engaging maths resources using Equatio. This helps students to be more involved and helps them respond to maths using various tools.”