Dyslexia & Dysgraphia
Universal Design for Learning
Learning is For Life
When Stacy Springer began her role as Lead Assistive Technology Specialist for Oakland Unified School District in California, she saw assistive technology needs weren’t being met.
Watch the full webinar where Stacy and Gayl Bowser discuss the benefits and logistics of moving towards universally designed assistive technology services.
Universal Design for Learning (UDL) framework aims to create a learning environment free from barriers.
Then all students can learn and work in a way that supports their preferences, needs, and interests. Having assistive technology available on every learner’s device aligns with the UDL principle of providing options for expression and communication.
Read more about Universal Design for Learning guidelines on the website of UDL’s founding organization, CAST.