Decision Guide: Choosing the Right Learning Management System to Support Universal Design for Learning

Efficiently Manage Universal Design for Learning Principles Across a District

Read how Learning Management Systems provide extensive support to streamline and integrate the systems required to efficiently manage Universal Design for Learning principles across a district.

Universal Design for Learning principles provide a framework that supports personalized learning for every student. Consider how a learning management system can become the hub where curriculum, instructional management, assessment, professional learning, and communication systems are integrated to support student-centered and student-directed learning.

Many districts are choosing Universal Design for Learning (UDL) as their instructional lens to personalize learning for all students. Because UDL assumes that all students learn differently, it can be embedded in instructional design for each and every student, including students with Individual Education Programs (IEPs). UDL minimizes barriers and maximizes flexibility for all learners in a learner-centered environment by intentionally and systematically including all students in the process.

To see how one district effectively used itslearning’s LMS solutions to institute Universal Design for Learning, visit our case study on Bartholomew Consolidated School Corporation (BCSC) in Columbus, Ind.

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