Creating Expert Learners through Universal Design for Learning yields Successful Adult Outcomes


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UDL classrooms are created based on student variability in learning. Expert learning requires teachers to support students to take a next step to recognize and take ownership of what is necessary for successful lifelong learning. Learn more about this concept in relation to transition planning for adulthood.

  1. Universal Design for Learning Guidelines
  2. Expert Learner
  3. Scenario and Tips for Creating and Expert Learner in Every Classroom
  4. 10 suggestions to develop expert learners
  5. Expert Learner Video