We offer an ever-expanding array of facilitated and self-paced online courses to individual educators, small and large groups from PreK- 12 and Higher Ed settings, as well as other educational organizations. These online learning environments enable collaboration locally and across the globe as participants deepen their understanding of UDL and apply it to practice. Scroll down for information on all of our online course options and graduate credit opportunities.
Facilitated Online Courses for Individuals and Small Groups
Course topics include Introduction to Universal Design for Learning, UDL and ELL, and UDL and Science. Courses run each Spring, Summer, and Fall, and range in length from 5 to 15 weeks. Students of our online courses have the option to register for graduate credit from accredited universities that have partnered with CAST.
Facilitated Courses for Organizational Groups
We offer facilitated online courses to PreK-postsecondary institutions, as well as other organizations. Course topics include Introduction to Universal Design for Learning, UDL and Math, UDL and ELL, UDL and Affect, and UDL and Science. Courses range in length from 5 to 15 weeks, and can run any time during the year that is convenient for the organization. Students of our online courses have the option to register for graduate credit from accredited universities that have partnered with CAST.
Self-paced Online Course for Individuals or Groups
This non-facilitated 7-week introductory course, UDL101: A Framework for Addressing Learner Variability: Theory into Practice, runs continuously throughout the year.
Contact Us to Learn More About Our Online Courses
For information regarding facilitated online courses for individuals/small groups, and/or our self-paced online course, please contact Alie Berg at 781-245-2212, ext 248 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
For information regarding facilitated online courses for organizations, please contact Rachel Currie-Rubin at 781-245-2212, ext 244 or by email at email@example.com.