Universal Instructional Design (UID)

(Goff & Higbee, 2008)

  1. Creating welcoming classrooms
  2. Determining essential components of a course
  3. Communicating clear expectations
  4. Providing timely and constructive feedback
  5. Exploring Use of natural supports for learning, including technology
  6. Designing teaching methods that consider diverse learning styles, abilities, ways of knowing and previous experience and background knowledge
  7. Creating multiple ways for students to demonstrate their knowledge
  8. Promoting interaction among and between faculty and students

Universal Instructional Design – Creating an Accessible Curriculum (Centre for Teaching and Learning – Educational Technology

AccessAbility Services, Teaching and Learning Services, University of Toronto at Scarborough. (2004.) Universal Instructional Design: Creating an Accessible Curriculum

University of Guelph. (2016). The Universal Instructional Design Implementation Guide

Bryson, J. (2004). Universal Instructional Design in Postsecondary Settings: An Implementation Guide. Georgian College