Owner: Chrissie Butler
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Universal Design for Learning (UDL) is a tool to help us design to include from the outset. It's guidelines prompt us to consider what will enable rather than dis-able learners in the way we teach and organise learning.
When you look at the guidelines, you'll see somethings you do already, but there will be some that may have never been on your radar.
The big win is that although learners bring huge variability to our communities, many needs are predictable and we can plan for them. Particularly through the thoughtful use of digital tools, we can create more courteous, inclusive learner-centred environments.
NZC Online also have a resource page offering ideas and links to help students learn NZSL - http://nzcurriculum.tki.org.nz/Curriculum-resources/National-events-and-the-NZC/New-Zealand-Sign-Language-Week
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