References

About Universal Design for Learning. (n.d.). Retrieved January 10, 2015, from http://www.cast.org/our-work/about-udl.html

Differentiated instruction and implications for UDL implementation: Effective classroom report. The National Center on Accessing the General Curriculum. http://aim.cast.org/sites/aim.cast.org/files/DI_UDL_10.6.14_0.docx

Edyburn, D.L. (2015). Supporting diverse learners: From assistive technology to universal design for learning. Today’s Catholic Teacher, January/February.

Gordon, D. (2009). A policy reader in universal design for learning. Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard Education Press.

Hall, T. (2012). Universal design for learning in the classroom: Practical applications. New York: Guilford Press.

Home | National Center On Universal Design for Learning. (n.d.). Retrieved March 25, 2015, from http://www.udlcenter.org/

Meyer, A., Rose, D., & Gordon, D. (2013). Universal design for learning: Theory and practice. Wakefield, MA: CAST Professional Publishing.

Nelson, L. (2014). Design and deliver: Planning and teaching using universal design for learning. Baltimore, MD: Paul H. Brookes Publishing Company.

Pisha, B., & Coyne, P. (n.d.). Smart From The Start: The Promise Of Universal Design For Learning. Remedial and Special Education, 197-203.

Rappolt-Schlichtmann, G., & Daley, S. (n.d.). Providing Access to Engagement in Learning: The Potential of Universal Design for Learning in Museum Design. Curator: The Museum Journal, 307-321.

Rose, D. (2006). A practical reader in universal design for learning. Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard Education Press.

UDL Interactions: Universal Design for Learning and Universal Design. Retrieved from http://www.udlcenter.org/sites/udlcenter.org/files/UDL-DI%20BRIEFfinal.pdf

UDL Universe: Universal Design for Learning Professional Development. (n.d.). Retrieved November 16, 2014.

Universal Design for Learning. (n.d.). Retrieved March 29, 2015, from http://ctfd.sfsu.edu/udl

Additional Resources

The CAST Professional Learning Site is still a part of CAST (above) but worth linking to separately because there are specific resources in the professional learning space that are valuable to teachers and IHE faculty. http://castprofessionallearning.org/

The National UDL Center provides resources and information about UDL basics, advocacy, implementation, and research. http://www.udlcenter.org/

The National UDL Center also supports a helpful YouTube channel that has many videos that explain UDL and show UDL in action. https://www.youtube.com/user/UDLCenter

The Universal Design for Learning Implementation and Research Network hosts a website that is primarily for its annual summit, but there is a section of resources that were created by UDL-IRN contributors, and a section of outside resources. http://udl-irn.org/

An educator blog about UDL, with interesting articles, pictures, and links to resources. http://udlmcps.weebly.com

The UDL Resource site is designed to be a starting point for people interested in implementing UDL in their classrooms. There are video interviews or students, teachers, and experts, theoretical framework descriptions, implementation plans, and classroom strategies and assessments. http://www.udlresource.ca/

UDLinks is a free app developed by the Maryland State Department of Education for teachers and parents to search for content specific online teaching resources aligned with Universal Design for Learning. Users can complete a “Class Profile” narrowing the resources by content, grade level and topic. When prompted, questions in the profile tool narrow the search further by asking questions aligned with UDL. https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/udlinks/id454517781?mt=8

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