Universal Design for Learning (UDL) suggests exciting ways to design and deliver engaging, rigorous learning experiences--as a growing international movement of UDL practitioners can attest. However, implementing UDL also requires us to unlearn many beliefs, assumptions, and teaching practices that no longer work. In this lively and fun book, UDL experts Allison Posey and Katie Novak identify elements of what they call "The Unlearning Cycle" and challenge educators to think again about what, how, and why they teach. The authors share hard-won lessons in a caring, collegial way. Unlearning is a refreshing tonic for anyone looking to rejuvenate their teaching practice and make room for growth.