Instead of asking the learner to adapt to the information presented to them, Universal Design for Learning (UDL) presents information in ways that adapt to the learner. For students with learning and attention issues, UDL provides them with more than one way to interact with material. Now some people may ask, “isn’t UDL just for students with disabilities?”. The answer is “no”; all students can benefit from the supports that UDL provides.
ONEder lessons can be customized to your student’s needs, allowing you to easily put UDL practices into action. Using a variety of activity types in the ONEder Content Editor, you can customize content for each student’s individual learning style. Options include activities with video, and interactive instruction tools such as sorting and matching, and visual scenes.
For more on how ONEder can help you incorporate UDL principles in your classroom, click here.