Universal Design for Learning: What Educators Need to Know

Waterford

As a teacher, one of the best ways to help students is by reducing barriers to learning. Introduced by educational researchers in the early 2000s, the Universal Design for Learning provides a framework for offering individualized support and inclusion to students. Why UDL is valuable.

Blended Learning: Designing with Balance in Mind

Catlin Tucker

I am concerned about the impact that the imbalances in education have on teacher engagement and job satisfaction. So, students should do the heavy cognitive lift of making meaning and applying their learning. Students must share the responsibility for learning.

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10 Awesome Courses To Improve Your Online Classroom

The CoolCatTeacher

In a flipped classroom, students watch lectures and other lesson content on video. Afterward, during the actual class time, students work on problems with their teacher’s help. Flipping Your Classroom: Redefining Homework and Instruction is an excellent course to help you with this.

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21 Top Professional Development Topics For Teachers Now

Cool Cat Teacher

They fit into the categories of SEL, digital instruction, engagement/management, and leadership. To better relate, we have to understand where students are emotionally so that we can connect with them , get them any extra help they might need, and move them forward.

Course 100

Part 3: Tech Resources and Tools for Differentiated Learning … Writing Process

21st Century Educational Technology and Learning

Welcome to the third post in a series designed to support the use of technology for differentiated learning… in and beyond the PBL classroom. Part 3: Tech Resources and Tools for Differentiated Learning … Writing Process. I do really hope you enjoyed the prior two posts on differentiated instructions tools for reading using technology. Part 1: Tech Resources and Tools for Differentiated Learning … Reading.