David Rose on Technology to Motivate and Differentiate
Thursday, December 9, 2010 4-4:30PM ET/ 1-1:30PM PT
David Rose, Ed.D. Founding Director/Chief Scientist, CAST (Center for Applied Special Technology)
Author of Expert Space, ReadAbout, WiggleWorks
Through his work as Founding Director/Chief Scientist of Cognition & Learning at CAST (Center for Applied Special Technology), Dr. Rose will share strategies for expanding learning opportunities for all students through the innovative use and application of technology.
In 1984 Dr. Rose helped to found CAST (Center for Applied Special Technology) with a vision of expanding opportunities for all students, especially those with disabilities, through the application of technology. In addition, Dr. Rose lectures at Harvard Graduate School of Education where he has been on the faculty for over twenty years. He has been the lead researcher on a number of U.S. Department of Education grants and now is the principal investigator for two national centers to develop and implement the National Instructional Materials Standard (NIMAS). Dr. Rose is the lead author of Expert Space, a new online-content area resource for science and social studies. He is also the coauthor of Teaching Every Student in the Digital Age: Universal Design for Learning (ASCD, 2002) and is frequently a keynote speaker at regional and national educational conferences.