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  • Photo of Queen Ofori

    Talent Acquisition & Engagement Manager

    As CAST’s Talent Acquisition & Engagement Manager, Queen S. Ofori brings over 10 years of experience in Human Resources/Career Development.

  • Photo of Bill Walch

    Information Technology Manager

    Bill Walch is the IT Manager at CAST, ready to assist in all things technical for the organization.

  • Webinar
    Photos of Allison Posey, Jennifer Levine, Niel Albero, and Elisa Torres-Barton

    4:00PM – 5:00PM ET on Wednesday, March 22, 2023

    Join us for this informative webinar about CAST’s Professional Learning model and start your school or district on its journey to improved teaching and learning.

  • Photo of David Rose

    CAST's Co-Founder & Chief Education Officer, Emeritus

    David Rose is a neuropsychologist and educator who is best known for his central role in developing the field of Universal Design for Learning (UDL) and in articulating the principles and practices of UDL that have been adopted widely throughout the world.

  • Quick Read
    Screenshot of the UDL TIps for Learning Environments PDF

    CAST, 2016

    Using the UDL framework, we can proactively design learning environments so that everyone can work toward becoming expert learners.

  • Report
    Screenshot of a popup window in Clusive asking students of their thoughts on the reading and how it made them feel.

    CISL at CAST, 2023

    Applications and tools that capture and display learner affect, such as a mood meter, support students in identifying, assessing, and reflecting on their emotional state when engaging in readings or other learning activities.

  • Report
    Screenshot showing highlighted text from a longer piece of writing in situ as well as pulled out in a sidebar where the reader has taken some notes related to their annotations.

    CISL at CAST, 2023

    Annotation can include multiple strategies but generally refers to highlighting interesting or important parts of a text and writing notes about the text as a person reads. Annotations typically include a person’s thoughts, reflections, and questions.

  • Report
    Screen capture of text with highlighted words and alternate phrasing.

    CISL at CAST, 2023

    Automated text simplification uses automated processes like natural language processing, machine learning, or artificial intelligence (AI) to change how texts are worded to make them easier to understand.

  • Report
    Examples of different text and background contrast settings.

    CISL at CAST, 2023

    The option to choose screen colors and color contrast is an important access feature allowing users to select settings that best meet their preferences. Black text on a white background and yellow or white text on a black background are examples.

  • Report
    Screenshot of an embedded comprehension check in a digital reading environment.

    CISL at CAST, 2023

    Embedded comprehension checks can be formative assessments that help teachers and students discern student understanding, provide feedback, and make informed decisions about when to move ahead to new content or revisit challenges.

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