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Universal Course Design Instructional Strategies

As college classrooms become more and more diverse, instructors are increasingly challenged to address a variety of learning styles (e.g., visual, auditory, kinesthetic, etc.) in ways that engage every student within a single class period. Coincidentally, there are a number of strategies that have proven successful in reaching diverse learners, including those with disabilities. This section highlights over 100 different instructional strategies that faculty have used to diversify their instruction so that all learners have access to the course. The links below present practical suggestions in table form. Browse to find strategies that are right for your classroom. The tables below are available here as an MS Word document

Strategies for Implementing UCD in Your Course

Quick & Easy UCD Strategies

Strategies Requiring Technology

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