Monday, August 8 – Wednesday, August 10, 2016
Engagement is essential for learning, so how do we design learning experiences that engage all learners? Join CAST and educators, administrators, curriculum designers, technology leaders, specialists, advocacy groups, and researchers as we explore the latest research and UDL strategies for motivating learners and helping them become more purposeful in high-level learning.
Learn more about the Annual CAST UDL Symposium, an opportunity to go beyond the basics of Universal Design for Learning through engaging conversations and incredibly powerful learning experiences. Let's grow the field of UDL together.
Jeremy Roschelle, et al., 2013
The authors focus on how a Universal Design for Learning (UDL) framework can be used to design Dynabooks that are sensitive to the needs of all learners as they engage in sense making, expression, and inquiry in challenging domains. ...
Gabrielle Rappolt-Schlichtmann, et al., 2013
Following passage of the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 (ADA), many museums improved the accessibility of their facilities. Even so, individuals with disabilities still lag behind in participation and engagement in museum ...
iSolveIt apps are free games that support abstract reasoning and problem-solving skills, and are designed to be challenging yet not frustrating.
The TIES Center mission is to create sustainable changes in school and district educational systems so that students with significant cognitive disabilities can fully engage in the same instructional and non-instructional activities as their general education peers while being instructed in a way that meets individual learning needs.
Monday, June 1 – Friday, June 5, 2020
We're pulling together a fantastic series of asynchronous and synchronous sessions that bring all of the flavor of the in-person UDL-IRN International Summit to an interactive, engaging virtual event. Be ready for UDL Talks, playgrounds, breakout sessions, and UDL content you can view and use for months to come.
CAST is partnering with the Advanced Regenerative Manufacturing Institute in a broad public-private initiative to “secure U.S. global leadership in advanced manufacturing.”
Project Raise is an NSF funded project partnering with University of Massachusetts-Amherst, the Collaborative for Educational Services (CES), and the Department of Youth Services (DYS) to create an innovative new model for teaching science to incarcerated youth.
STEMfolio, a tool developed by the CEE-STEM project team, will provide young people who have often struggled in traditional schools with a personalized, universally designed way to build foundational knowledge, demonstrate their learning, explore and engage in potential STEM career pathways of interest.