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Assistant Director of Operations, Postsecondary & Workforce
As the Assistant Director of Operations, Postsecondary & Workforce at CAST, Sarah Hocking manages contracts and operational processes and improvements for the postsecondary and workforce development team.
As a project manager, Leila Lester supports CAST projects by being a liaison both internally and with external partners, managing timelines, and providing logistical support.
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 ...
Thursday, March 7, 2019
The AEM Center at CAST is the recipient of the 2019 Exemplary Program Award in Educational Technology from ACRES.
Wednesday, December 19, 2018
The CAST offices in Wakefield, MA are moving! To accommodate the move and the holidays, our offices will be closed December 24 through January 2, 2019.
Monday, March 9, 2015
Guilford Press announced that Universal Design for Learning in the Classroom: Practical Applications will be published in China in 2016.
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.
Tuesday, July 6, 2021
Partners are charged with the development and evaluation of a system to support middle school students’ reading while solving math problems.
Wednesday, July 20, 2022
Led by Principal Investigator Amanda Bastoni, PhD, of CAST’s workforce and career education team, the project is funded through NSF's iTEST program.
Thursday, July 16, 2020
The Virtual UDL Video Club is an innovative form of professional learning that supports teachers in working collaboratively with their peers to improve their instructional practice. By jointly reviewing video footage from their classrooms, teachers can collaborate in authentic classroom observation that supports cycles of continuous improvement.