Create a free account to access online. This book provides comprehensive presentations of UDL principles and practices, with contributions from CAST's research and implementation teams, as well as their collaborators in schools, universities, and research settings.
Addresses a compelling need in higher education by developing trainers to facilitate professional development workshops in the implementation of Universal Design (UD) and Universal Instructional Design (UID) in higher education.
Need creative ideas for moving UDL from theory to practice? Get this must-have quick guide, ready for any teacher to pick up and start using now. The book walks you step by step through 100 UDL strategies that strengthen student engagement, learning, and assessment.
Universal Design for Learning is the best way to teach all students effectively, but how can a busy teacher get started with UDL right now? Answers are in this vibrant, research-based guidebook, created by seasoned teacher and former UDL coordinator Loui Lord Nelson.
Universal Design for Learning by Anne Meyer; David Rose; David Gordon
This book is the first comprehensive presentation of the principles and applications of Universal Design for Learning (UDL)--a practical, research-based framework for responding to individual learning differences and a blueprint for the modern redesign of education.
For the Inclusion or Mainstreaming course offered in schools/colleges of education. The course is typically required of all pre-service, general education teachers; some schools may require pre-service special educators take this course in addition to or instead of the typical Introduction to Special Education.
This book addresses crucial questions about how to create full access to the general education curriculum for children with disabilities. Based on years of research and innovation at CAST (The Center for Applied Special Technology), the book provides a helpful overview of the digital solutions that are at the forefront of efforts to create universal access. It also looks closely at the major policy and practice issues connected to this initiative.
For courses Universal Design and Inclusion courses, or as a supplement for use with GE and special education courses on curriculum and methods, technology, and assistive technology. This brief, supplementary text offers educators a conceptual framework to create flexible, equitable, and accessible instructional techniques that accommodate individual learning differences.
A comprehensive guide for researchers and practitioners on creating fully accessible college and university programs. It is founded upon, and contributes to, theories of universal design in education that have been gaining increasingly wide attention in recent years.