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National AEM Center at CAST, 2022
Our guest Yokasta Urena shares her unique perspective on family engagement based on her lived experience as both the parent of a student with a disability and an education professional supporting families in a variety of roles.
Explore how CAST can help you with your workforce & career education needs.
This project will design and deliver an enhanced model of professional development training and coaching to support the classroom implementation of CAST’s universally designed digital science notebook known as SNUDLE.
Whether you want to improve your classroom teaching or transform an entire district, our learner-centered offerings give you the hands-on, practical experience you will need to breathe new life into your work.
Create accessible websites with CAST Figuration, an openly licensed, feature-rich, responsive, mobile first, accessible, front-end framework for web developers working with HTML5.
Monday, November 16, 2020
Dr. Sheldon H. Berman is celebrated for innovation and excellence in social emotional learning practice by CASEL.
Senior Technical Assistance Advisor
Joy Smiley Zabala was a leading expert on the use of assistive technology (AT) to improve education for people with disabilities. As a technologist, special educator, teacher trainer, and conference speaker, Dr. Zabala earned international recognition ...
Chief Postsecondary & Workforce Development Officer
As Chief Postsecondary & Workforce Development Officer, Sam collaborates with a talented team to increase access to middle- and high-income careers for populations underrepresented in the workforce.
D. Rose, et al., 2014
In this chapter, the authors provide an introduction to universal design for learning (UDL). They review the origins of UDL in research and practice, explain the neuroscience that underpins its three principles, and present the UDL ...
Wednesday, February 17, 2016
This past December, Congress passed the Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA), which replaces No Child Left Behind. And for the first time, the nation’s general K-12 education law defines and endorses Universal Design for Learning.