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UDL Advisory Board


Advisory Board Meeting, April 6 2007

UDL Science Advisory Board members

  • Richard Abrams is the General Manager of Tom Snyder Productions, a Scholastic Company. He is a member of the board of Concord Consortium and several other nonprofits. Rick has guided the growth of Tom Snyder Productions from a start-up company into one of the leading educational software publishers in the K-12 market.
  • Bonnie Bracey Sutton is a consultant for the George Lucas Educational Foundation, and a teacher-agent of change, specializing in the use of technology to change the way teachers teach and students learn. Bonnie is a former Christa McAuliffe Educator, and a winner of several awards.
  • Joe Oliver, Director of Instructional Technology for Los Angeles Unified School District is an administrator and mathematics/science teacher. Joe has also authored, co-authored and consulted for grants worth over 70 million dollars from state and federal agencies.
  • David Rose is the Founding Director/ Chief Scientist in Cognition & Learning for CAST and the leading authority on UDL. He is a member of the Concord Consortium Board. Dr. Rose holds a doctorate in education from the Harvard Graduate School of Education where he teaches.
  • Raymond Rose is an independent education specialist with over 20 years of experience working in schools as a trainer, consultant, and policy maker. He directed several teacher professional development projects at the Concord Consortium and served as vice president.
  • Sherry Hsi is the Director of Research and Evaluation for the Center for Learning and Teaching at the Exploratorium. In 2004, she won a MacArthur Foundation grant to explore digital-mediated learning among next generation youth. She holds a Ph.D. in education from Berkeley.
  • Joseph S. Krajcik is a professor of science education in the School of Education at the University of Michigan, where he co-directs the Center for Highly Interactive Classrooms, Curriculum and Computing in Education. He holds a Ph.D. in Science Education from the University of Iowa.
  • Eugene Stanley leads an interdisciplinary research laboratory, the Center for Polymer Studies, at Boston University.  He has co-authored 820 scientific papers and 14 books and spends a major fraction of his time in education, where his primary contributions have been in the application of chaos and fractals and, more recently, molecular dynamics. HES@BU.EDUSchools
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