UNIVERSAL DESIGN FOR LEARNING
As part of our BLP model, we recognise that every student is different. Research shows that the ways people learn is as unique as their fingerprints. Classrooms are highly diverse and curriculum needs to be designed from the start to meet this diversity. Universal Design for Learning (UDL) is an approach to curriculum that minimises barriers and maximises learning for all students.
In short, UDL ensures that every effort is made to design a curriculum that provides genuine learning opportunities for each and every student. It outlines that learning is not one thing. It identifies that our brains have three broad networks.