About

This site and its resources were developed by SET-BC (Special Education Technology – British Columbia) with support from the BC Ministry of Education (Department of Diversity and Equity). The content of the site was developed from a variety of print and online resources and is intended to provide K-12 educators with a starting point for implementing Universal Design for Learning in their classrooms.

This resource highlights the many benefits of utilizing UDL strategies in the classroom and includes:

  • video interviews with BC teachers and students in UDL-based classrooms as well as with experts in the area of UDL
  • theoretical framework descriptions
  • implementation plans
  • classroom strategies and assessments

Visitors to the site can explore the site freely or, if you prefer to learn the material in a self-directed course format, select the ‘Examine‘ option on the top menu.

Contributors:

We wish to thank the many BC teachers and students who agreed to be filmed and interviewed about their experiences in the classroom.

Coquitlam: Birchland Elementary

Kelowna: Bankhead Elementary, Black Mountain Elementary and Glenmore Elementary

New Westminster: Glenbrook Middle and Richard McBride Elementary

Penticton: KVR Middle, McNicoll Middle, Penticton Secondary, Princess Margaret Secondary and Skaha Lake Middle

Prince Rupert: Charles Hays Secondary, Pineridge Elementary and Prince Rupert Middle,

Sunshine Coast: Davis Bay Elementary, Kinnikinnick Elementary and Pender Harbour Secondary

Vancouver: David Livingstone Elementary

Post-Secondary Institutions: Leyton Schnellert at the University of British Columbia – Okanagan and Jennfier Katz at the University of Manitoba

Members of the Resource Advisory Committee: Tania Blak, Faye Brownlie, Devon Grewal, Sandra Jost, Michelle Kaupp, Sandy Magnussen, and several SET-BC Consultants.

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