Using UDL to Build Engagement

The Universal Design for Learning (UDL), as discussed by Meyer, Rose, and Gordon (2014), suggests that engagement begins when a lesson designer considers multiple learning styles and implements them into his or her practice. I often find it difficult to always follow UDL practices, especially when covering certain topics that do not naturally lend themselves to a variety of learning styles.

What are some ways you achieve student engagement with various learning styles?

Meyer, A., Rose, D. H., & Gordon, D. (2014). Universal design for learning: Theory and practice. Wakefield, MA: CAST.

Also, don’t forget to follow AECT: Learner Engagement on Twitter @LearnEngage

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