It’s undoubtedly important to teach in ways that honor learning differences and to structure lessons that are engaging, varied, and appropriately challenging. However, in this era of uncertainty and shifting practices, it is also critical to explore the most important elements of “teaching them all.” This presentation centers on big ideas related to teaching and learning and is framed around modes of representation, expression, and engagement. Paula will explore the need to focus on student strengths, passions, and interests. She will also talk about the need to design lessons that are responsive and dynamic. This presentation contains video clips, classroom stories, examples, and illustrations. It will provide both points of reflection and practical strategies. More importantly, it encourages educators to see how the current crisis can provide opportunities to appreciate inclusive design in new ways. Don’t wait to embrace UDL—the iron is hot!