SKILLS21 participants vary in readiness levels, life experiences, perceptual differences, language abilities, and more. UDL practices help reduce barriers to learning and support teaching strategies that help meet the needs of all learners.
Three Principles for Universal Design for Learning (UDL)
Consider the following principles as you design and deliver your SKILLS21 workshops:
- Providing Multiple Means of Representation
- Providing Multiple Means of Action and Expression
- Providing Multiple Means of Engagement
For descriptions of these principles and how to include them, visit the McGill Office for Students with Disabilities Website.