A little bit of history* Design for All and Universal design started to consider accessibility from the design and architectural point of view giving an important contribution to the reflection on the meaning of accessibility. These two currents developed almost at the same time in Europe and the USA. The Design for All (DfA) developed […]
The teaching-learning process has been considered the domain of the teacher, who plans and implements strategies to engage students. Self-regulated learning shifts this emphasis to the learners and makes them responsible for managing learning outcomes, approaches and strategies to achieve those outcomes.
Universal Design for Learning (UDL) and web accessibility are interdependent concepts because they share the same objective: to eliminate barriers that limit access to education and information for all people (hence the word “universal”), regardless of their abilities, skills or personal characteristics. UDL is a conceptual framework that seeks to design inclusive, flexible and adaptive […]