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    Rose, Gravel & Domings, 2010

    This article examines the question of whether technology is central to the foundations of UDL or whether UDL is useful as a pedagogical framework that goes beyond technology. The authors use the UDL guidelines as a structural framework through which to examine these questions.

  • School District of Sheboygan Falls: Expect the Exceptional logo and a map of Wisconsin

    How do "random acts of teaching" become intentional, goal-directed, and responsive to student needs? Find out how the Sheboygan Falls school district in Wisconsin transformed their instruction through effective UDL implementation.

  • Aerial photograph of the U.S. capitol building

    In 2006, CAST joined with several organizations to form the National UDL Task Force, an interdisciplinary coalition that advocates support for UDL in federal, state, and local policy. The Task Force has successfully advocated for the inclusion of UDL in the federal Higher Education Opportunity Act of 2008 and in various policy directives from the US Department of Education.

  • CAST investigates solutions to the most critical questions across preK–12, Higher Ed, and workforce, including questions related to equity, access, and outcomes. Building on an award-winning history, we co-design transformative solutions, improvement strategies, implementation systems and practices, and tools for learning.

  • A sprout breaking through the pavement

    Project RAISE applies Universal Design for Learning principles to science curriculum in order to make it more accessible, engaging, and effective for diverse learners experiencing incarceration.

  • Two girls at a Smartboard

    CAST is partnering with youth and staff at the Boys and Girls Clubs of America in Leominster, MA to design a program incorporating Universal Design for Learning principles that puts high school students squarely in a design role to imagine educational apps that would make the world a better place for learning.

  • Intro to assessments and photo of Amanda Bastoni

    This 5-part video series created with funding from the New Hampshire Department of Education focuses on assessment using UDL’s inclusive principles and Guidelines, an approach which will ultimately improve instruction for learners.

  • Young person with a protective visor and helmet working with a large power tool

    In partnership with CTE educators at the Seacoast School of Technology (SST) in NH, we are co-designing professional development that specifically supports hands-on teaching in remote or hybrid learning environments.

  • Webinar
    Graphic of laptop showing an open book on screen, with laptop surrounded by open books. Credit: Shuttertock, Belozersky

    2:00PM – 3:00PM ET on Thursday, April 25, 2019

    Would you like to make reading more accessible for all of your learners? Consider publishing your own EPUB books or documents. This flexible format supports the customization needed to meet the needs of today's diverse readers. With EPUB, learners can adjust the text size and depending on the reader application, choose different fonts, change background colors, and more. In this session, you will explore some of the advantages of publishing to the EPUB format, how to read EPUB  with a number of free tools and how to get started creating your own EPUB publications. 

  • Online Course
    Harvard Graduate School of Education Centennial (1920 – 2020) logo, CAST logo (Until learning has no limits®)

    Wednesday, October 27 – Sunday, June 5, 2022

    Learn the foundations of the UDL framework, apply it to your setting in real time to develop an action plan, and receive personalized coaching and support as you begin to implement UDL in your practice.

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