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UDL Implementation: A Process of Change
This session features CAST and district leaders discussing the UDL implementation process, including the five phases of UDL implementation and examples of how to apply the principles of UDL to decision-making and planning.
Find teacher-friendly examples and resources that illustrate each of the UDL checkpoints. Try them out in your classrooms today!
Download the UDL Guidelines 2.0 - Educator Checklist to help design UDL curricula that reduce barriers to all students' achievement.
CAST's new web site, UDL On Campus, offers resources geared toward multiple stakeholders in postsecondary institutions to help them use UDL principles to address learner variability in order to improve learning opportunities, retention, and outcomes.
CAST's UDL professional learning services provide unique professional learning to enable educators to experience UDL and to apply it to their practice. Learn more.
Enjoy these video resources from the ISTE Inclusive Learning Network (formerly known as the Special Education Interest Group).
PowerUp WHAT WORKS offers free "any time, any place" professional development resources to help educators ensure that their students, including those with disabilities, meet the Common Core State Standards (CCSS). Grounded in Universal Design for Learning principles and evidence-based instruction, PowerUp is sponsored by the American Institutes for Research (AIR), the Education Development Center, Inc., (EDC), and CAST.
The UDL-IRN working with the Michigan Integrated Technology Supports (MITS) and in collaboration with CAST has identified four critical elements intended to serve as a foundation for UDL implementation. Learn more.
Last Updated: 08/11/2014