UDL Self-Assessment  - Part 2
UDL: Multiple Means of EXPRESSION

Universal Design for Learning (UDL) helps educators improve outcomes for all learners by acknowledging the mana of all students, reducing barriers to learning and increasing engagement.

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We recommend that you reflect on a specific paper. One useful general question is: where do I tend to make one-off changes for individual learners that could be offered to everyone from the start?  

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2.1 I encourage students to express their learning in multiple ways (e.g. essay or video blog, poster or presentation).
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2.2  I provide clear guidelines and marking/success criteria for assessments and activities.
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2.3 I provide information on learning strategies (e.g. checklists, note-taking models, time management, links to Student Learning.)
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