UDL

Thank you for your interest in UDL. As of June 25, UDL materials will be moved here to our STEM Resource Finder.
What does this mean for you? Creating a free account on our STEM Resource Finder means you can continue to use the Java-based UDL materials. However, the reporting of student results for these activities will no longer be supported. (Note that some of these materials include a report button that allows students to print a report of their work, but their results are not saved.) If you have questions, please contact us at help@concord.org.

We used Universal Design for Learning (UDL) principles to create practical science materials for students and teachers in inclusive classrooms. These inquiry activities center around the theme of energy and address questions such as “Why are there clouds?“ and “What do plants eat?“ Probes and sensors support lab investigations, and computational models allow students to explore virtual environments. Graphing software expresses data and relationships in text and spoken form. The software can recognize patterns that experts see in the graphs and scaffold student investigations into the graphs.

UDL

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