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Seen, Heard, and Valued

Universal Design for Learning and Beyond

To reach all, we must reach each

Through student engagement, accessible instruction, and multiple approaches to demonstrate learning, UDL ensures all students succeed by enabling educators to remove barriers to learning.

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  • Grade Level: PreK-12
  • ISBN: 9781071841853
  • Published By: Corwin
  • Year: 2023
  • Page Count: 208
  • Publication date: January 11, 2023

Price: $32.95



To reach all, we must reach each

Every classroom is filled with amazing individuals who vary wildly in who they are as people. This includes BIPOC students, LGBTQIA+ students, and students who are new to the language of instruction, have learning differences, are experiencing poverty, need behavioral supports, have had poor previous instruction, or have endured trauma. This diversity is an asset that educators can leverage when we ensure our instruction is tailored to the strengths and needs of each student. That’s where Universal Design for Learning (UDL) comes in.

UDL ensures all students succeed by enabling educators to remove barriers to learning. Supported by neurological and education research, the tenets of UDL challenge educators to engage students and sustain their interest, represent instruction in accessible ways, and support students to demonstrate their learning in multiple ways. This guide shows how UDL can serve as a pathway to equitable learning outcomes through

  • Practical advice for creating safe, affirming learning environments that encourage belonging
  • Demonstration of how to represent content, concepts, and skills in different ways to provide students with multiple modes of expression
  • Tables for planning and reflection
  • Graphics illustrating multiple means of expression

By applying UDL principles, educators can anticipate potential barriers to learning and adjust from the start, driving the accessibility of learning for all students by meeting the needs of each student.



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Lee Ann Jung

Lee Ann Jung, PhD, is founder and CEO of Lead Inclusion, a small company that provides professional trainings, courses, and consulting to teachers and schools. She and her team provide support to schools in the areas of universal design for learning, inclusion, intervention, and mastery-based assessment and grading. In her 30 years in the field of education, Lee Ann been in the roles of teacher, administrator, researcher, consultant, and professor. She is a Clinical Professor at San Diego State University, and a consultant to schools worldwide. Lee Ann is a former full professor and director of International Partnerships at University of Kentucky. Lee Ann is the author of 7 books, numerous journal articles and book chapters, and has served as associate editor and editorial board member for several professional publications.

Contact Lee Ann at www.leadinclusion.org and follow her on Twitter at @leeannjung.

Bring Lee Ann Jung to your school or district! Learn more at LeadInclusion.org

Table of Contents

Table of Contents


About the Author




Chapter 1: Planning for Variability

Chapter 2: Emotionally Safe Environments

Chapter 3: Options for Expression

Chapter 4: Engaging Classrooms

Chapter 5: Developing Expert Learners

Chapter 6: Flexible Support and Intervention

Chapter 7: Mastery Assessment and Grading

Chapter 8: Looking Forward


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