Volume 5 | Issue 2 | 2017



In today's classrooms, multiculturalism, inclusion, multiple learning styles and the general and specific needs of students make access to knowledge and successful learning processes controversial when teaching is designed based on the "average student".Certainteaching procedures designed according to the principles of "Universal Design for Learning» (UDL)could contribute tothe success of the training objectives as a) multiple / alternative representation of knowledge b) multiple / alternative forms of action and expression of captured knowledge c) multiple / alternative forms of motivation and students engaging means. This framework has started provoking the interest of to the educational world of Greece through the carrier activity that represents it, and "networks" formed around its principles. After the official reference of obligation of "Universal Design for Learning" in the Curriculum, are of particular interest in applications and examples of good practices based on it.


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