Universal Design for Learning
The Universal Design for Learning (UDL) model is a framework to address curricular planning that meets the needs of all learners. The framework and its principles were used to design the SFUSD Math Core Curriculum.
The three principles are:
- Provide multiple means of representation.
- Provide multiple means of action and expression.
- Provide multiple means of engagement.
The matrix below summarizes guidelines for how to apply these principles. For more information and an e-reader-friendly version of the matrix, please see the complete UDL Guidelines in Math document.
UDL Guidelines in Math
This page was last updated on June 19, 2023