Intro to Universal Design for Learning: Representation

As an educator, you want to provide meaningful and rigorous learning opportunities for your students. But how can you ensure that your lessons are accessible to all learners? In this course, you’ll explore the representation principle of the Universal Design for Learning (UDL) framework and how to use this principle to make your lessons more inclusive and engaging. You’ll learn how to provide multiple options for how your students perceive and comprehend information, so each student has greater opportunity to succeed. This course is designed for educators of all subjects and grade levels.

In this course, you will:

  • Learn what the UDL principle of representation is and why it matters.
  • Discover practical strategies for incorporating the principle of representation into your instructional design.
  • Explore real-world examples of representation in action across different grade levels and subjects.
  • Develop the skills you need to create instruction that challenges and supports all your students.

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Who should take this course?


What grade level(s) does this course apply to?

High School
Lower Elementary
Middle School
Upper Elementary

Course Vendor

Michigan Virtual