Using Universal Design

This week the Office of Special Education at the Indiana Department of Education and the Patins project bring us another helpful Short Share. This one is on universal design for learning, the principle of offering a variety of teaching methods for everyone, which can then help more students overcome barriers and succeed. Think flexibility and choice!

 The Links

Watch Short Share video #4:

At the outset of the video, you’ll see some discussion about accommodation and modification.  For more information, check out our INSTRC website page “Accommodation vs. Modification”:

Want more information on universal design for learning?  Here’s’s article Universal Design for Learning: What It Is and How It Works

And finally, find links to all four IDOE Short Share videos at: