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    Innovation Network Manager

    Ari Fleisher manages visioning and operations for the NH UDL Innovation Network. She supports educators in exploring how UDL can help to further meaningful learning in their classrooms. Ari facilitates small and large teams as they identify barriers and design strategic, intentional ways to make learning more effective and inclusive.

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    Friday, April 5 – Tuesday, April 9, 2019

    Heading to the 2019 AERA Annual Meeting? Check out the fantastic sessions with CAST staff! April 7-9, 2019 Toronto, Canada

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    T. Hall & A. Meyer, 2004

    Reading to learn is a fundamental literacy skill and one closely tied to success in all areas of the curriculum. This article examines the research on instructional approaches to support students’ use of background knowledge. …

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    N. Strangman, et al., 2003

    Graphic organizers are introduced and defined as graphic or visual displays that depict the relationships between facts, terms, and/or ideas within a learning task. Various examples of graphic organizers are covered, including applications …

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    T. Hall, et al., 2014

    Information on the theory and research behind differentiated instruction and its intersection with Universal Design for Learning (UDL) is examined. The article begins with an introduction to differentiated instruction by defining …

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    C. Hitchcock, et al., 2002

    The 1997 IDEA amendments stipulate that students with disabilities are entitled to access, participation, and progress within the general education curriculum. This language offers greater potential educational opportunities for students …

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    R. P. Dolan, et al., 2013

    The increased capabilities offered by digital technologies offer new opportunities to evaluate students' deeper knowledge and skills and on constructs that are difficult to measure using traditional methods. Such assessments can also ...

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    C. Patrick Proctor, et al., 2014

    The study examined self-reported levels of motivation in predicting reading comprehension among 76 linguistically diverse middle school-aged students with disabilities in an urban Northeastern school district in the United States. ...

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    David Rose, et al., 2014

    In this article, the authors explore a changing educational and technological landscape that will radically change for the better how learners with "print disabilities"—people with dyslexia, for example—will learn in the near future. ...

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    Photo of two girls using microscopes

    Gabrielle Rappolt-Schlichtmann, et al., 2013

    Science notebooks can play a critical role in activity-based science learning, but the tasks of recording, organizing, analyzing, and interpreting data create barriers that impede science learning for many students. This study (a) assessed ...