Universal Design for Learning: Theory and Practice

Author(s): David Gordon (Queen's University Kingston Canada)


In the 1990s, Anne Meyer, David Rose, and their colleagues at CAST introduced universal design for learning (UDL), a framework to improve teaching and learning."Universal Design for Learning: Theory & Practice" includes: New insights from research on learner differences and how human variability plays out in learning environments Research-based discussions of what it means to become expert at learning First-hand accounts and exemplars of how to implement UDL at all levels and across subjects using the UDL Guidelines Dig Deeper segments that enrich the main content Dozens of original illustrations and access to videos and other online features at http: //udltheorypractice.cast.org Opportunities to participate in a UDL community"


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David Gordon directs CAST s publishing and communications programs. He is the editor of several books about education.Anne Meyer is co-founder of CAST, a nonprofit education research and development organization. Building on a career-long interest in the intersection of curriculum design and educational psychology, particularly affect and motivation in learning, Dr. Meyer is a primary author of the principles of universal design for learning (UDL).David Rose is a developmental neuropsychologist and educator."

General Fields

  • : 9780989867405
  • : Cast Professional Publishing
  • : Cast Professional Publishing
  • : February 2016
  • : 254mm X 201mm X 10mm
  • : United States
  • : books

Special Fields

  • : David Gordon (Queen's University Kingston Canada)
  • : Paperback / softback
  • : illustrations