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Episode Info: Welcome to Episode 21 of the ThinkUDL podcast. In this episode Host Lillian Nave talks to Zach Smith, a doctoral candidate in Educational Leadership (Ed. L. D.) at the Harvard Graduate School of Education.  Lillian and Zach get the chance to talk about his efforts to make some broad scale change to educational spaces based on both his family experience and his work in a rural school district in the central valley of California. We talk about how UDL helps in creating inclusive space for all learners, including students with disabilities, English-language learners, students from various socio-economic classes, and many others. This conversation was recorded at CAST’s annual symposium on the campus of Harvard Law School in Cambridge, Massachusetts. You might hear some background noise as the symposium attendees move throughout the space. So tune in to hear about a vision for a better learning environment using UDL tools and how UDL empowers learners by providing choices. Resources Harvard Graduate School of Education: Learn more about the doctoral program at Harvard Sanger Learns: Click here for information on the UDL infusion in Sanger schools. CAST webpage CAST’s Twitterhandle: @CAST_UDL   CAST on Facebook   CAST on Google+   CAST on YouTube  | CAST on LinkedIn Sign up for CAST’s UDL Professional Learning Newsletter Transcript [Lillian]  Welcome to Think UDL, the Universal Design for Learning podcast.  Where we hear from the people who are designing and implementing strategies with learner variability in mind. [Music]  I’m your host, Lillian Nave, and I’m interested in not just what you’re teaching, learning, guiding, and facilitating, but how you design and implement it, and why it even matters.  [Music]  Welcome to episode 21 of the Think UDL podcast: Creating Inclusive Space for All.  In this episode, I talk with Zack Smith, a doctoral candidate in educational leadership at the Harvard Graduate School of Education.  Zack and I get the chance to talk about his effort to make some broad-scale change to educational spaces, based on both his family experience and his work in a rural school district in the central valley of California.  We talk about how UDL helps in creating inclusive spaces for al learners, including students with disabilities, English language learners, students from various socioeconomic classes, and many others.  We recorded this conversation at CAST’s annual symposium on the campus of Harvard Law School in Cambridge, Massachusetts.  You might hear some background noise around us in the midst of the symposium as we sat down for a conversation together.  So, tune in to hear us talk about a vision for a better learning environment using UDL tools, and how UDL empowers learners by providing choices.   Welcome to the Think UDL podcast.  We are here at CAST’s fifth annual UDL symposium, becoming expert learners, and we’re here in the large g...
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