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    Photo of a student speaking

    Gayl Bowser, et al., 2012

    The shift from print to digital text has the potential to offer greater access to information for a wide range of students who are unable to use traditional printed instructional materials effectively. There is, however, a danger with ...

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    Empowering Learners logo. Inspire change. Create the future. CAST's 4th Annual UDL Symposium

    Monday, July 30 – Wednesday, August 1, 2018

    CAST's Annual UDL Symposium is one of the premiere education events focused on leading the field of Universal Design for Learning forward. This year’s UDL Symposium is an opportunity to come together as a community to explore the promise of Universal Design for Learning for empowering learners. July 31 - August 1, 2018 at the Harvard Law School campus in Cambridge, MA.

  • webinar
    Culturally Responsive Design for English Learners: The UDL Approach book cover

    3:00PM – 4:00PM ET on Tuesday, November 28, 2017

    Join CAST on Tuesday, November 28, 2017, for a free online workshop with Patti Kelly Ralabate and Loui Lord Nelson to discuss the challenges faced when educating ELs and the supports provided through Culturally Responsive Teaching and Universal Design for Learning.

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    Let Them Thrive cover with photo of Katie Novak

    9:00AM – 10:00AM ET on Wednesday, December 13, 2017

    Join CAST on Wednesday, December 13, 2017 for a free online workshop with Katie Novak to discuss the most effective strategies for supporting all kids and using the UDL principles to unlock the doors to academic success.

  • symposium
    UDL for Social Justice hero image

    Monday, July 31 – Wednesday, August 2, 2017

    Providing high quality education is a matter of social justice, and Universal Design for Learning (UDL) is an innovative framework that supports all learners—regardless of socioeconomic, cultural, gender, language, cognitive, physical, and emotional background—by providing exceptional, rigorous learning opportunities. UDL proactively infuses opportunities for learners to overcome barriers and ensure that learning has no limits.

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    Photo of Chelsea Miro | Unbound Learning: A conversation with CAST author Chelsea Miro

    3:30PM – 4:30PM ET on Monday, February 10, 2020

    Author Chelsea Miro invites us to “Imagine a classroom that empowers every student to pursue their interests, to travel the paths of their curiosity, to allow learning to be a natural process.” What does this look like, sound like, and feel like? How can we design our classrooms and lessons so that they bring this vision to reality?

  • Science Notebook tool screenshots

    Building on the positive outcomes from the prior SNUDLE efficacy trial, our UDL science notebook will be used by approximately 2000 students across the United States.

  • Photo of young people working on a construction site

    The CEE-STEM project team is seamlessly embedding a new STEM career exploration and engagement tool (STEMfolio) within the YouthBuild program in order to help build learners’ foundational STEM knowledge, skills, and dispositions while also supporting opportunity youth in connecting their interests, readiness, skills, and aptitudes toward relevant STEM career pathways.

  • Photo of a group of children bike riding in the woods with adults

    Through this project, a competency-based Outdoor Recreation pathway will be developed within the existing Career & Technical Education (CTE) programming in the region. Additionally, extended learning opportunity content will be developed with the Outdoor Recreation competencies to create work-based learning opportunities for students that don’t have access to CTE programs.

  • Photo of an educator recording themselves with a video camera

    The Virtual UDL Video Club is a unique professional learning opportunity for educators to collaborate to design engaging, accessible, and challenging learning environments for all students, particularly students who have been traditionally marginalized.

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