Debunking Common Myths About UDL

Debunking Common Myths about UDL [Infographic]

Debunking Common Myths About UDLInfographic

Debunking the common myths and misconceptions about Universal Design for Learning (UDL). Separating UDL fact from fiction. You may know of UDL as a framework to improve and optimize teaching and learning for all people based on scientific insights into how humans learn. There are several myths and misconceptions about UDL that are common among educators. Addressing these myths may be helpful in implementing the framework in your school or district.

Myth #1: UDL is for Special Education Students
Myth #2: UDL is Differentiated Instruction (DI)
Myth #3: UDL is just “Good teaching”
Myth #4: UDL is the Same as Personalized Learning
Myth #5: UDL is all about Fun!
Myth #6: UDL is Anti Explicit Instruction

Let's try and debunk all the above myths about UDL one by one in this infographic.

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