Based on the work of the Center for Applied Special Technology (CAST), three brain networks were identified that are an integral part of learning:
Though our brains all share these networks, how they are used by each individual is different. By recognizing this in your teaching, and applying UDL guidelines and strategies in your course you help to ensure accessibility, diversity and inclusion for all students.
Learn more about the principles of UDL and why and how to incorporate them into your classroom. Take away strategies you can use to begin the process of making your course equitable, inclusive and accessible.
This is the first video in our new Universal Design for Learning in Higher Education instructional series.
Watch the video >> youtu.be/P_eUuPcbFO4
View more resources >> www.ndsu.edu/otl/faculty_resources/instructional_resources/principles_of_udl