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Universal Design for Learning (UDL) is an approach to educational design that promotes the idea of producing physical environments and tools in the school system in order to improve the experience of each and every student. This idea is developed through a neuropsychological model that has valuable implications in teaching practice. In fact, the identification of the three brain networks and the recognition of the uniqueness of the subjective functioning constitute the foundation of thedoi:10.19080/gjidd.2020.06.555696 fatcat:eoqqchf4jfg4zh7zekggrv4wie