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Education co-design—an extensive collaboration among participants in a learning ecosystem to design the best possible solutions—fits succinctly with CAST’s core mission to “bust the barriers of learning” for all through its Universal Design for Learning (UDL) framework.
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Organizations that develop learning experiences and materials are choosing to draw on CAST’s depth of experience and dynamic approach to curriculum review to support all educators and learners.
Dr. Rodriguez Douglass is an Implementation Specialist in Northern California. Prior to joining CAST, she was the Universal Design for Learning Instructional Coach at San Francisco Day School.
An alternate way to consider the UDL Guidelines is to look at some key questions that each Guideline answers. When planning a lesson or unit, consider these questions to ensure that the environment is flexible and inclusive of all learners.
Reed & Coyne, 2014
In this blog post, 7 th grade teacher Stacey Reed and CAST Research Scientist Peggy Coyne share ideas and resources to help teachers engage students in the scientific process. They tie this work to the Common Core State Standards ...
Friday, July 18, 2014
In an interview with Education Week, CAST Co-Founder David H. Rose discusses how Universal Design for Learning helps meet the challenge to personalize learning--and his vision for what schools of the future will look like.
Thursday, July 8, 2021
Are you exploring ways to add more reading to your students’ summer? Try Clusive and enter to win a prize!
Monday, April 26, 2021
The ASPIRE program hosted by George Mason University helps prepare selected special educators for leadership positions in the field.