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Clearly written and well organized, this book shows how to apply the principles of universal design for learning (UDL) across all subject areas and grade levels. The editors and contributors describe practical ways to develop classroom goals, assessments, materials, and methods that use UDL to meet the needs of all learners. Specific teaching ideas are presented for reading, writing, science, mathematics, history, and the arts, including detailed examples and troubleshooting tips. Particular attention is given to how UDL can inform effective, innovative uses of technology in the inclusive classroom.
Tracey E. Hall, PhD, is Senior Research Scientist at the Center for Applied Special Technology (CAST), an educational nonprofit in Wakefield, Massachusetts, focused on promoting and researching universal design for learning. Dr. Hall has more than two decades of experience in the areas of curriculum-based measurement, teacher professional development, special-needs instruction and curriculum design, progress monitoring, and large-scale assessments. She has been a special education teacher, consultant, administrator, and university professor. Anne Meyer, EdD, a clinical psychologist, is Chief of Education Design and Co-Founder of CAST. Her work focuses on psychological aspects of learning and learning disabilities and the design of multimedia technology for diverse learners. Dr. Meyer is a recipient of a Gold Medal from the National Association of Social Sciences. With her CAST colleagues, she is winner of the Computerworld Smithsonian Award for Innovation for the early literacy software program WiggleWorks. David H. Rose, EdD, a developmental neuropsychologist, is Chief Education Officer and Co-Founder of CAST and has served on the faculty of the Harvard Graduate School of Education for more than 25 years. With his CAST colleagues, Dr. Rose has received numerous awards, including the Computerworld/ Smithsonian Award for Innovation in Education and Academia, the Tech Museum of Innovation Award, the LD Access Foundation Innovation Award, and the EdNET HERO Award.
Table of Contents
1. An Introduction to Universal Design for Learning: Questions and Answers, Tracey E. Hall, Anne Meyer, and David H. Rose 2. Tools for Practice: The Universal Design for Learning Guidelines, Scott Lapinski, Jenna W. Gravel, and David H. Rose 3. Reading Strategy Instruction, Universal Design for Learning, and Digital Texts: Examples of an Integrated Approach, David Gordon, C. Patrick Proctor, and Bridget Dalton 4. Transforming Writing Instruction with Universal Design for Learning, Ge Vue and Tracey E. Hall 5. Universal Design for Learning in the Science Classroom, Jeremy Forest Price, Mindy Johnson, and Michael Barnett 6. Universal Design for Learning in the Mathematics Classroom, Elizabeth Murray and Jacob Brookover 7. Doing History the Universal Design for Learning Way, Kristin H. Robinson and Anne Meyer 8. Universal Design for Learning and the Arts Option, Don Glass, Kati Blair, and Patti Ganley 9. Universal Design for Learning \u201cUnplugged\u201d: Applications in Low-Tech Settings, David H. Rose, Jenna W. Gravel, and Yvonne Domings 10. Preparing Teachers to Implement Universal Design for Learning, Emiliano Ayala, Heather J. Brace, and Skip Stahl