Reaching out to all: a set of guidelines and resources for a Universal Design for Learning approach to learning, teaching and assessment in higher education
Athlone Institute of Technology [staff]
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Higher education works with a diverse population. All students are welcomed into the learning community, coming from a variety of backgrounds, creating a diverse learning This work is licensed under CC BY-NC-SA 4.0 Guidelines for a UDL Approach to Learning, Teaching and Assessment in Higher Education was developed by staff in Athlone Institute of Technology, 2021 Funded by National Forum for the Enhancement of Teaching and Learning in Higher Education 3 | P a g e community. While many will move through their learning programmes with ease, others may encounter difficulties along the way. Athlone Institute of Technology (AIT) has chosen to use the principles of Universal Design for Learning (UDL) to underpin the curricula and approach to learning and teaching in the Institute. Staff who have completed modules within the Post Graduate Diploma of Learning, Teaching and Assessment with the Learning and Teaching Unit have some knowledge of UDL, with two elective modules on this programme (Designing the UDL Curriculum; Implementing the UDL Curriculum) specifically focusing on UDL and its application in the classroom.
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