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infographic of 3 circular images: 1) 3 students sitting at their desks arranged in a circle, 2) hand writing on a piece of paper with pencil, 3) 2 people speaking face to face.

Create access for ALL students learning a foreign language abroad

No-Cost! Universal Design Examples to Increase Access to Language Learning

From gathering information, to expressing ideas, and staying engaged – individuals learn in various ways.

Check out these examples of Universal Design to create more access for all students:

  • Arrange desks in a circle
  • Assign students to take notes for other classmates
  • Schedule regular one-on-one conversations with students
  • Allow students to complete assignments in different formats
  • Use auditory, visual, and experiential teaching methods
  • All students to re-submit assignments

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