Meet the UDL Faculty
CAST's UDL Faculty prepare educators to apply UDL to the general education curriculum through on-site workshops and institutes. To learn more about UDL professional development opportunities, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
|Melissa Hartman is a special education supervisor for Loudoun County Public Schools in Virginia. She coordinates the county's transition program and is responsible for the special education programs in 7 schools. Melissa is an adjunct professor at Shennandoah University and has been conducting trainings, working on the integration of technology and UDL, and spreading the word about UDL since 2008.|
Janet Peters is the Project Coordinator on Educational and Assistive Technology for the Great Lakes ADA Center. She has 20 years of experience with assistive and accessible technologies for individuals with disabilities and technology implementation in classrooms. Her academic background is computer science and she is obtaining a Masters of Education in Learning Technologies from the University of Minnesota
What is the role of technology in implementing UDL?
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