I simply want to list a series of lingering questions I have about UDL:
1. How does UDL look differently in a full inclusion educational setting vs. a general ed. setting?
2. Does it make sense for a school to implement UDL if their special education students are still pulled out or learning in sub-separate classrooms?
3. How do you have parents buy-in to the concept of UDL? How can you prove to skeptical parents that learning in this new format is fundamentally better than the general conception of what education looks like today?
4. Besides the use of technology, how is UDL different from good teaching practice in which all lessons are differentiated and scaffolded to meet the needs of all students in the classroom?