February 2014 Feature:
Universal Design for Learning: Theory and Practice, A Book Discussion
In this CAST Professional Learning webinar held on February 26, 2014, Anne Meyer, David Rose, and David Gordon discussed their new book: UDL Theory and Practice.
In the 1990s, Anne Meyer, David Rose, and their colleagues at CAST introduced Universal Design for Learning (UDL) as a framework to improve teaching and learning in the digital age, sparking an international reform movement. Their 2002 book and website Teaching Every Student in the Digital Age: Universal Design for Learning is widely recognized as the seminal text on UDL.
Now Meyer and Rose return with Universal Design for Learning: Theory & Practice, an up-to-date multimedia online book (with print and e-book options) that leverages more than a decade of research and implementation. This is the first significant new statement on UDL since 2002, an ambitious, engaging exploration of ideas and best practices that provides the growing UDL field with an essential and authoritative learning resource for the coming years.
This new work includes contributions from CAST’s research and implementation teams as well as from many of CAST’s collaborators in schools, universities, and research settings.
In this free webinar, the authors spoke with webinar participants about this new publication. View the webinar!
Past Webinars:UDL Implementation: Are you ready?
In this CAST Professional Learning webinar held on December 13, 2013, Director of Implementation Dr. Patti Ralabate discusses the five phases of CAST’s UDL Implementation Process, describes what UDL implementation looks like, and shares CAST’s services and tools that support integrating UDL implementation with other initiatives, such as the Common Core State Standards. View the webinar!
Additional 2014 Featured Webinars:
- UDL: Affect and Engagement
- UDL: Variability
- UDL: Implementation
Check our website often for updates and more information on new webinars!