Hillary Goldthwait-Fowles, Ph.D. ATP is an educator with over 20 years of teaching students with disabilities. She is currently the Assistive Technology Specialist for RSU 21 in Kennebunk, Maine while joyfully serving as an Adjunct Faculty Member for the Online Graduate Programs in Education. She is a huge advocate of leveraging technology to improve student learning outcomes, curricular access, and equity in education for all students. Hillary presents locally and nationally on a variety of curricular and technology topics, including AT, AEM, UDL, Apple and Google solutions, and RTI. Hillary is also a published author. Her book One Size Does Not Fit All: Equity, Access, PD, and UDL highlights research on UDL and teacher training.
University of New England
Board Certifications and Licenses
RESNA Certified Assistive Technology Professional (ATP)
State of Maine Special Education Consultant
Universal Design for Learning
Curriculum & Instruction
Goldthwait-Fowles, H. E. (2015). One size does not fit all: The effects of training in universal design for learning on lesson plan development in public schools Scholar's Press.
Other Scholarly Activity
Blagojevic, B., Goldthwait-Fowles, H, O’Clair, A., & Thomes, K. (2012). Touch and grow: Learning to explore using tablets. Teaching Young Children, 6(1), 18-22.