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Heather Rawe 3h
Favorite digital resources for ELL students, especially with writing?
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Frederic Fovet Oct 12
En route to . Will be presenting paper on the use of to create inclusive classrooms for International Students. Excited to be visiting again after many years!
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Annette Slone 1h
When your principal totally gets the concept of ! @YSDMindset
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Sydney Skroch Oct 7
Q1. I meet the learning needs for ALL of my students in my classroom but knowing who my learners are. That means getting to know their wholistic selves and straying away from surface level relationships and not giving into any stereotype.
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susan gower Oct 12
So this was my first true test of using UDL in my classroom having to do with assessment. A student brought in her project with nothing written as was required.. she was able to tell me everything verbally, and did so proudly! Thank you Dr. Stork .
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Matthew Terhaar Oct 7
A1: Know your students, both inside and outside of the classroom! Who are they as individuals, and how do they learn? It’s critical that they feel valued, validated, important, supported, and loved.
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Teaching and Learning Conestoga Oct 10
Universal Design for Learning encourages educators to design accessible learning opportunities. In your course(s), provide multiple means of expression and communication, incorporating the use of multi-media, technology and other tools in assignments and other assessments.
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Margaret Flood Oct 12
Replying to @ipdaIreland @CAST_UDL
Was at conference in Boston & still sharing the knowledge & practice learned with colleagues, schools & other organisations. And I'm still building on my own learning from it
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Klodiana Kolomitro Oct 11
How to make your syllabus more accessible? Check out these excellent recommendations B. Gottfried
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Carrie Archer 🏳️‍🌈 Oct 12
So jealous! I would love to go to more conferences but especially to one organized by themselves.
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Betsy Bixby Oct 7
A1: Get to know the students and their individual learning needs, then create lessons that are relevant and leveled. Be flexible with instruction methods and learn from mistakes.
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Emily Johnson Oct 7
Q1: I meet the learning needs of students in my classroom by building a community that welcomes and includes everyone. Students need to feel valued, understood, and respected.
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Joey G Oct 7
A1: First thing's first, you must get to know your learners! Every student is unique and you can't know what assets they bring without knowing who they are. Students are people, not archetypes, and they deserve to be seen as individuals.
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Ms Sendroff Oct 10
Twitter elementary educators - please share how are you using (or have used) in classrooms? Thanks!
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Emily Blake Fischer Oct 11
Arcadia’s aides are incredible! Exploring, reflecting, and defining
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Jennifer Levine Oct 11
Yet another reason to get rid of tracking (on the off chance anyone still needs convincing)! New Study Finds Gifted Programs Favor Wealth Over Ability
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G. Butler Oct 8
Mind blown by the Closed Captions feature in Google Slides. Click "Present" and then CC. Then, talk into your computer and watch the captions appear!
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Katie Novak Oct 5
“Of the nature of woman, nothing final can be known.” , the whole story was incredible and brilliantly penned. But - that line. Thank you. No one will ever know what my incredible, complex, little lady is capable of. The world is hers.
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Glenn Normore HTH 3h
Supporting the development of Expert Learners through UDL. Multiple means of engagement, representation, and action & expression means Ss CAN and WILL do the work.
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Loui Lord Nelson Oct 12
With over 10,000 listens, in 15 Minutes has been heard in 46 countries across 6 continents! Keep listening and keep sharing!
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