Dr. Alyssa Currier-Boucher Speaks On Universal Design


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.


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