Universal Design for Learning in Action: 100 Ways to Teach All Learners

I found this to be a great resource for furthering knowledge about Universal Design for Learning (UDL).

Professional development; Universal Design for Learning
5 out of 5 stars


UDL is a research based pedagogical theory that advocates approaching curriculum design by meeting the needs of all students in an inclusive classroom. The different strengths, weaknesses, needs, and abilities of all students are addressed up front in the development of learning opportunities. It is similar to differentiation, but it provides choice and options to all learners.

I utilized Universal Design for Learning in Action: 100 Ways to Teach All Learners in a graduate level class to support a research paper. I found this to be a good resource to teach the theory of UDL as well as to provide solid examples of how choice can be incorporated into lessons.


Universal design for learning in action: 100 ways to teach all learners
by Whitney H. Rapp
Paul H. Brookes Publishing Co., 2014
ISBN 978-1-59857-514-9