CAST (Center for Applied Special Technology): CAST is a nonprofit education research and development organization that works to expand learning opportunities for all individuals through Universal Design for Learning.
2. I would like to try planning a UDL Lesson. Consider reviewing the resource below which outlines the process for designing with UDL, including the UDL guidelines as prompts in lesson planning. Paper versions available.
CAST UDL Guidelines Website: CAST website with language for each guideline and reference to research
UDL Guidelines Deep Dive: Slide deck aligning language and practice to each UDL checkpoint
Multiple Means of Engagement Padlet: Resources aligned to the Engagement Principle
Multiple Means of Representation Padlet: Resources aligned to the Representation Principle
Multiple Means of Action and Expression Padlet: Resources aligned to the Action and Expression Principle
Goalbook UDL-aligned strategies: Tools, graphic organizers and strategies aligned to each UDL principle
Accessible Education for All: Tutorials, tools and resources aligned to Accessible Educational Materials
CAST UDL Webinars: free webinars on several topics
CAST Tip Sheets: monthly CAST tips sheets addressing common questions on UDL
CAST Free Learning Tools: tools developed by CAST as a result of partnerships and grant opportunities
CAST Phases of UDL Implementation: an outline of the process of implementing UDL in a school
The Difference Between UDL and Traditional Education: one-page summary of UDL
The First Steps toward a UDL Classroom: comparison of two teachers analyzing barriers in the classroom
Getting from Here to There: UDL and the GPS Analogy in Education: article by David Rose and Anne Meyer