Universal Design for Learning (UDL) Resources
Daily Lessons for Parents to Use
Learning from Home. Lessons are examples of the importance of choice for access and inclusivity.
Summary of Daily Lessons
Summary of lessons presented by Learning from Home so that parents and children can choose the topic(s) of interest.
UDL Lesson Exchange
Lessons utilizing UDL principles that have been created and shared by teachers.
6 UDL Best Practices for Online Learning.
Best Practices for Teachers to Use with Students.
Universal Design for Learning
A Teacher’s Guide
UDL at a Glance
Short 4 min video on how the UDL framework guides the design of instructional goals, assessments, methods, and materials that can be customized and adjusted to meet individual needs.
Katie Novak Consulting
Variety of resources
What is UDL?
Video summary of UDL
Lesson Planning Supports
Templates and Guiding Questions when planning UDL lessons.
UDL Guidelines Checklist
Considerations when removing barriers for students.
Extensive resources that are frequently updated that address various facets of UDL.
Compilation of resources from educators throughout the nation.
UDL in Action
Example of UDL in 5th grade classroom.
Screen Free Choice Board
Article, examples, and blank template to create choice board designed by Catlin Tucker to support student access.
Using UDL to Guide Online Instruction
Questions to consider when developing online learning that addresses UDL principles.
Cross-age Reading Buddies are here!
Listen to your favorite story or learn a new one, read by a high school reading buddy and friends from across Monterey County!
A project developed by the Educational Services Language & Literacy Program and supported by MCOE AmeriCorps members.
Disclaimer - Please note that Reading Buddy Project videos and content are intended for educational purposes only. Stories read or pictures shown of books in any of our Reading Buddy Project videos are not owned nor copyrighted by MCOE.