How does Universal Design for Learning (UDL) work in our heterogeneous classrooms?
Read two new Open Access publications produced in Erasmus + project TEP!
Four European universities with school partners compiled research on inclusive education where UDL was investigated from diverse angles through Action research. The book is now published by Springer and available through the link below.
In addition, the teachers of the partner schools created a guide book for teachers on their experiences and ways of implementing UDL in their teaching.
Project TEP is titled "Preconditions of transformation of education process in different educational contexts by applying inclusive education strategies". The partner universities are from Austria, University of Vienna; Finland, University of Lapland; Lithuania, Vytautas Magnus University (coordinator); and Poland, Pedagogical University of Krakow. University of Lapland and Vytautas Magnus University are part of the UNESCO/UNITWIN Network Teacher Education for Social Justice and Diversity, and University of Lapland is a member of UArctic Thematic Network on Teacher Education.