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  • CAST's accessibility policies and how to contact us if you have questions.

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    Our staff includes experts in human development, neuropsychology, instructional design, literacy instruction, learning analytics, technology design, accessibility, and more.

  • Presentation
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    Tuesday, January 29 – Saturday, February 2, 2019

    CAST staff have some amazing presentations to share with you at ATIA 2019! January 29 - February 2, 2019 Orlando, FL

  • Institute
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    Thursday, November 4 – Friday, November 5, 2021

    Do you already have a handle on the UDL core concepts and design process? Are you ready for the next step in your learning? Join us to go Beyond the Basics.

  • Article

    T. Hall, et al., 2004

    There is no single definition of curriculum modification and definitions vary across disciplines. In this review, curriculum modification is defined as modified content, instruction, and/or learning outcomes to meet diverse students needs. …

  • Policy Brief

    J. Karger & C. Hitchcock, 2003

    The meanings of the terms access, involvement, and progress in relation to the general curriculum are defined and clarified. General curriculum is described in IDEA ‘97 as the same curriculum established for students without disabilities. …

  • Article

    J. Gronneberg & S. Johnston, 2015

    This article summarizes Universal Design for Learning, a framework for the design of materials and instructional methods that are usable by a wide range of students.

  • Article

    D. Rose, et al., 2014

    While the Common Core State Standards can shape our expectations for the curriculum, they cannot answer the complex question facing classroom educators each day: how to guide students to reach those standards. In this article written ...

  • Article
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    S. Daley, et al., 2014

    Technology makes possible abundant new opportunities to capture and display data in online learning environments. We describe here an example of using these opportunities to improve students' use of the rich supports available in online ...

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    P.K. Ralabate, et al., 2014

    Speech language pathologists (SLPs) working in inclusive classrooms bring a different orientation toward developing student goals and delivering language instruction than do general education classroom teachers. It is critical for SLPs ...

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