Guidance for Implementing Universal Design for Learning in Irish Further Education and Training
Minister Simon Harris launches the UDL Guidance for FET Practitioners
UDL Guidance for FET (UDL4FET) - Main Report and Summary Report:
UDL Guidance for FET Practitioners - Main Report
This UDL for FET Practitioners Guidance represents the culmination of a substantial consultation and engagement process with FET practitioners and leaders across FET, national and international UD/UDL and inclusive education experts, senior representatives from Government Departments and Agencies, NGOs, and support organisations.
It will introduce you to UDL practices and will help define UDL principles for you as a FET practitioner. This practical guidance builds on existing inclusion practices in the FET sector and showcases inspiring examples of good UDL practices already being implemented by innovative, thought-leading FET practitioners, whose initiative, drive, and commitment to inclusive teaching and learning stand as an example of this vital learning resource for all. Link to report
UDL Guidance for FET Practitioners - Summary Report
UDL for FET Summary Report offers the UDL guidelines at a glance and is an excellent starting point to become familiar with UDL principles and the guidelines. Link to report
UDL for FET Infographic
A brief outline showing how this Guidance on UDL is framed around real stories from FET practitioners who are implementing the UDL principles and shaping what UDL looks like in FET. Link here
Introductory video to UDL
This video introduces you to UDL and shows how this UDL Guidance is framed around real stories from FET practitioners who are implementing the UDL principles and shaping what UDL looks like in the specific context of their programmes and courses. It tells a story of UDL in Irish FET.