I am super excited to share a article I wrote proposing UDL Math. It is published in the September issue of Teaching and Learning Mathematics K-12. You can access it here for NCTM members and below for those who are not yet NCTM members.
I have long wanted to develop a version of UDL that is connected to math, rather than the more general content-agnostic UDL. I also wanted to incorporate Design Thinking and empathy interviews, work we are doing at this new site (designing4inclusion.com).
I have been working on these hexagons for several years now. The UDL guidelines by themselves as too passive for me as a designer. I want to engage in some principles, but then use an iterative design cycle including empathy interviews. So I worked to translate the guidelines into recommendations that matter most for mathematics teaching and learning.