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    C.P. 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. ...

  • Article

    D. 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. ...

  • Article
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    G. 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 ...

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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 ...

  • 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.

  • Photo of two people working on a piece of machinery

    This UDL-based e-portfolio will help CTE teachers in Brockton and Somerville, MA create relevant learning opportunities that close the gap between skill development and skill demonstration. The innovative features inherent in CTEfolio will allow educators to create flexible assignments and students to show what they know in multiple ways.

  • Symposium
    the 6th Annual CAST UDL Symposium, UDL Rising: Designing for Equity | #UDLrising | On-demand access

    Wednesday, August 5 – Friday, August 7, 2020

    The Symposium sessions highlight promising work that is taking place in the field and is serving as a forum to co-create a vision for how to more explicitly develop UDL as a framework for designing equitable learning opportunities for all.

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