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How Virtual Information Sessions Are Changing K-12 Education

Ask a Tech Teacher

Virtual information sessions are reshaping K-12 education. Read on for more ideas from the Ask a Tech Teacher team: How Virtual Information Sessions Are Changing K-12 Education K-12 education is undergoing a digital revolution. Students can gain access to diverse materials, making learning more interactive.

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Troubleshooting the Flipped Classroom: Dealing with Unprepared Students

Catlin Tucker

Why Would a Teacher Use the Flipped Classroom Model? First, let’s establish the value of the flipped classroom in case you have never used this blended learning model. The flipped classroom was designed to invert the traditional approach to instruction and practice/application.

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Inclusion and Co-Teaching in the Personalized Classroom

A Principal's Reflections

Effective inclusion in a special education classroom involves creating a supportive environment where students with disabilities are fully integrated into the general education setting. Accessible facilities, ongoing professional development, and family involvement are vital components.

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What is Digital Accessibility? (And Why It’s Crucial at Schools)

ViewSonic Education

What is digital accessibility – this simple question is, actually, fundamental in the technologically advanced era we’re in. Allowing everyone access to the same online content, virtual experiences, and digital devices is the only way we can move forward in this ever-connected global village. What is Digital Accessibility? .

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Beyond Homework: The Evolution of the Flipped Classroom

Catlin Tucker

Among these is the flipped classroom model , a strategy that leverages video instruction to mitigate potential obstacles that make it challenging for students to access information presented live. However, I often hear the question, “Can I use the flipped classroom if I don’t assign homework?”

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The Role of Content in Classrooms Today

A Principal's Reflections

Upon closer examination, it becomes evident that information, in the form of content, held a central role in all my classes. The routine was consistent: my peers and I would receive information and then be assigned tasks to showcase our comprehension, occasionally even constructing new knowledge.

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Tons of Online Resources About Classroom Management

Ask a Tech Teacher

Classroom management tools are useful for teachers to create an organized, productive, and conducive learning environment.

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