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    CAST, 2016

    How can educators create welcoming social and emotional climates that improve learning opportunities for each one of our learners?

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    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.

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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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    Y. Domings, et al., 2014

    The authors discuss ways that the Universal Design for Learning principles and guidelines help educators move beyond just providing access to content, enabling us to instead move toward providing access to quality learning experience ...

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    T. Hall, et al., 2014

    Curriculum-based assessments (CBA) are defined as any set of measurement procedures that use direct observation and recording of a student’s performance in a local curriculum as a basis for gathering information to make instructional …

  • 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.

  • Book cover: Universal Design for Learning: Theory and Practice

    When CAST first began publishing for teachers about UDL, we still saw printed books as the primary medium, supplemented by digital enhancements and supports. Now the printed text supplements what's online. Universal Design for Learning: Theory and Practice is an online multimedia "book" that includes contributions from dozens of educators in the field.

  • Photo of an educator with a laptop surrounded by illustrated icons representing technology, connections, and learning

    Project COOL will apply evidence-based practices and high-leverage practices—that is, essential, research-proven teaching techniques—to support the implementation of robust and engaging learning opportunities for all students to boost academic, functional, developmental, and behavioral outcomes.

  • Teacher viewing Writer's Key progress monitoring screen.

    CAST has partnered with Arizona State University to develop and evaluate the impact of a professional learning ecosystem to support 7th and 8th-grade teachers in providing more effective writing instruction to students with high-incidence disabilities.

  • Screenshots of Clusive library, and open article with settings panel.

    CAST, along with partners from SRI International and the Inclusive Design Research Centre, are exploring and creating tools to ensure that K-12 students with disabilities get engaging, high-quality accessible digital learning materials, especially open education resources (OERs).

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