Dr. Alyssa Currier-Boucher Speaks On Universal Design

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Dr. Alyssa Currier-Boucher from the Center for Applied Special Technologies (CAST) lectured to Project REMOTE fellows on the principles of Universal Design in the classroom.  Universal Design for Learning (UDL) is a guideline for encouraging equitable learning opportunities for students of a diverse range of abilities and skills.  UDL is a flexible curriculum development tool, rather than a set of strict set of rules.

Dr. Currier-Bucher lectured on the tools and techniques relevant to telepractice and Speech Language Pathology.  The talk explored methods for creating engaging therapy delivery by incorporating fun and new technologies.

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Mary Andrianopoulos, Kris Curro, Alyssa Currier-Boucher pictured at the talk