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David H. Rose and Anne Meyer are the founders and co-directors of the Center for Applied Special Technology (CAST), a not-for-profit organization
Table of Contents
|Universal Design for Learning: The Concept|
|Education in the Digital Age||p. 3|
|What Brain Research Tells Us About Learner Differences||p. 11|
|Why We Need Flexible Instructional Media||p. 41|
|What Is Universal Design for Learning?||p. 69|
|Universal Design for Learning: Practical Applications|
|Using UDL to Set Clear Goals||p. 87|
|Using UDL to Support Every Student's Learning||p. 107|
|Using UDL to Accurately Assess Student Progress||p. 137|
|Making Universal Design for Learning a Reality||p. 157|
|Class Learning Profile||p. 178|
|Curriculum Barriers||p. 184|
|UDL Solutions||p. 189|
|Creating Systemic Change||p. 195|
|References and Resources||p. 200|
|About the Authors||p. 215|
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