Universal design, business students, business teachers, students with disabilities
The universal design for learning is an approach to designing curriculum and instruction to serve the needs of all students, including those with disabilities. The nine principles of universal design for learning are presented along with examples of course design, instructional materials, or teaching methods for business courses. Many of the examples are simple, easy changes for instructors that can make courses more flexible, inclusive, and accessible.
Gaumnitz, B. R., & Gaumnitz, C. B. (2007). Easy Ways to Use Universal Design In Business Courses. Mountain Plains Journal of Business and Technology, 8(1). Retrieved from https://openspaces.unk.edu/mpjbt/vol8/iss1/5
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