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Giving students a V.O.I.C.E. in your classroom

Neo LMS

Matt Oberecker considers that instruction should revolve around five essential aspects to ensure its success, which create the acronym V.O.I.C.E. Read more: Why teachers should consider differentiated instruction. 3 Awesome PBL case studies. Look around you!

Four innovative staffing takeaways from personalized learning schools

The Christensen Institute

Through our research over the past few years, we’ve seen schools around the world adopt technology to amplify the impact of teachers and make learning more student-centered. And, while technology is a powerful learning resource, it’s not the only lever for helping students succeed. We are excited to share our first set of case studies on these schools. Software to support better teacher-led instruction.

Why educators are moving away from the Station Rotation model

The Christensen Institute

Differentiated instruction. In these settings, teachers can more easily differentiate instruction for groups of students based on their respective needs. This was the case for Korematsu Discovery Academy , a K–5 public school in Oakland, Calif.

S'Cool Tools, Teacher Voice Edition: itsLearning and CodeMonkey

Edsurge

If you’d like to be featured in our S’Cool Tools column, click here to leave your very own Teacher Case Study. Teacher : The major need we have in a project-based learning environment is finding a way to facilitate differentiated instruction. I also grade all of my work using the assessment tools in itslearning. Education Technology S'Cool Tools Technology in School SCool Tools

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What is the VARK model of Student Learning?

Ask a Tech Teacher

Differentiated instruction, also called “personalized learning”, addresses the truism that every student learns differently. Others start by reading instructions, watching videos, and observing the work of their neighbor.

Full-time online school launches in Georgia using FuelEd (Aventa)

eSchool News

For middle school and high school, Vidalia Academy will use FuelEd’s PEAK personalized learning platform, an open technology platform that provides a single, unified view of online and blended learning activities across multiple solutions for administrators, teachers, and students.