Universal Design for Learning (UDL) + Universal Design for Instruction (UDI) for Inclusive Education.
The concept adapted from Universal Design (UD) makes design accessible for everybody in the society.
To make EDUCATION accessible for everybody including disadvantaged groups such as the B40 and Students with Disabilities (SWDs) and to produce flexible learning environments that reduce learning barriers and support the needs of all learners (Morra and Reynolds, 2006).
UDL is Application of Universal Design in Curriculum.
UDI is Application of Universal Design in Learning and Facilitating (L&F).
Our traditional Learning and Facilitating (L&F).
The provision of support according to the students’ needs in L&F.
The provision of FLEXIBLE meaningful learning experiences in L&F according to the diversity and ability of the students - UDL and UDI.
Multi Means of Representation
Give learners various ways of acquiring information and knowledge.
Acknowledge differences of:
Abilities (blind, partially blind, deaf & hard of hearing etc.).
Location (urban, suburban and rural areas - poor internet connection).
Eg. SWDs friendly learning materials, PDF, podcast and using low technology platforms such as email, WhatsApp and Telegram.
Multiple Means of Engagement
Tap into learners' interests, offer appropriate challenges, and increase motivation based on their abilities and backgrounds.
Multiple Means of Expression
Provide learners with alternatives means for demonstrating what they know based on their abilities, backgrounds and locations.
FLEXIBILITY, REASONABLE ADJUSTMENT, and KNOW our learners.
Ts. Dr. Roslinda Alias
CG Inclusive Education Felo
Faculty of Education
Faculty of Health Sciences
Assoc. Prof. Dr. Mas
Faculty of Dentistry
Dr. Ahmad Rithaudin
Faculty of Music
Faculty of Architecture, Planning & Surveying
Ts. Dr. Basharudin
Faculty of Civil Engineering
Dr. Rani Diana
Faculty of Accountancy
Faculty of Business and Management
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