UDL Learning Spaces Idea Kit
by Gould Evans and Universal Design for Learning Implementation and Research Network (UDL-IRN)
The kit encourages conversations, understanding, and actions involved in how space design can shape human behavior and outcomes in learning — from supporting basic accessibility, to encouraging self-determined and future-focused learners.
In UDL, we often think about how instructional planning, materials, practices, and learning measures impact outcomes. This project really allowed us to consider how the environment itself plays such a key role in shaping teacher and learner interactions.
— James Basham, co-author