CAST regularly partners with organizations in the public and private sectors to explore challenging questions in education. CAST brings a unique perspective from its years of developing the Universal Design for Learning framework to scientific studies in education.
CAST's Co-Founder and Chief of Education Design, Emeritus
Drawing on a long-term focus on the psychological aspects of learning and learning disabilities, Anne Meyer played a leading role in CAST’s design of multimedia technology for diverse learners. Dr. Meyer has also led efforts to refine and disseminate ...
Monday, March 19, 2018
CAST is thrilled to announce that we have reached and exceeded our Phase I goal for the Founders' Fund for Innovation!
Tuesday, November 6, 2018
Learn about the work CAST is pioneering with the New Hampshire Department of Education in the newly released Year One report.
Thursday, September 26, 2019
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Executive Assistant & Internship Coordinator
As Executive Assistant, Linda provides high-level administrative support to Chief Executive Officer Linda Gerstle. As Internship Coordinator, Linda oversees the development and implementation of CAST’s Internship Program.
CAST and the University of Kansas have created Corgi, an innovative suite of tools that marks the next generation of information and graphic organizers. These tools support students to organize and co-organize their learning by engaging with graphic organizers in a digital, flexible, Google App environment that can be integrated into any learning environment.
This project extends a CAST/SRI Google App-based curriculum and technology innovation called Corgi(Co-Organize Learning with the Google Interface) to improve STEM learning and higher-order thinking for middle students with learning disabilities and their typically developing peers in general education STEM courses.
Monday, June 3, 2019
CAST partners with the New Hampshire-based Advanced Regenerative Manufacturing Institute to seek ways to help students from diverse and underrepresented populations choose and embark on STEM careers.
What we know about the brain is central to the Universal Design for Learning Framework. Knowing key facts about the brain from a UDL perspective can help inform learning design to address learner variability. Find out more in this downloadable resource designed for educators.