DC: Yet another reason to implement/support Universal Design for Learning (UDL)

DC: Yet another reason for Universal Design for Learning’s multiple means of presentation/media: Encourage faculty to presume students are under-connected. Asynchronous, low-bandwidth approaches help give […]

To those who celebrate it: Happy Easter to you!

NJ High School Adds New Recording Studio to Learning Spaces [Jones]

NJ High School Adds New Recording Studio to Learning Spaces — from spaces4learning.com by Matt Jones Excerpt: A career and technical high school in New […]

Self-Assessment: An excerpt from Barbi Honeycutt’s Lecture Breakers e-Newsletter

Self-Assessment (emphasis DSC) Turn each of your learning outcomes or objectives into a question. Then, ask each student to self-score how confident they feel about […]

Two items re: AI — and one not positive at all

How Facebook got addicted to spreading misinformation — from technologyreview.com by Karen Hao Excerpt (emphasis DSC): By the time thousands of rioters stormed the US […]

DC: More changes to the learning ecosystems in the U.S.

From DSC: More changes to the learning ecosystems in the U.S. Microschools Can Lead to Macro Change — from gettingsmart.com by Tom Vander Ark and […]

Video Captions Benefit Everyone [Gernsbacher]

Video Captions Benefit Everyone — from ncbi.nlm.nih.gov by Morton Ann Gernsbacher Excerpts: Video captions, also known as same-language subtitles, benefit everyone who watches videos (children, […]

Travel from home: 13 virtual museums and galleries to tour [Paez Bowman]

Travel from home: 13 virtual museums and galleries to tour — from millionmilesecrets.com by Cynthia Paez Bowman; with thanks to Tatiana Rosado Vidal for this […]

DC: This reminds me that a different kind of learning is taking place these days…

Coronavirus has taught Colorado school kids one key lesson: resilience — from coloradosun.com by Erica Breunlin They have faced continued uncertainty, lost out on sporting […]

How to Remotely Support Students Who Learn Differently [Ofgang ]

How to Remotely Support Students Who Learn Differently — from by Erik Ofgang A new distance learning toolkit offers best practices and advice to support […]

100 hints that your child may be gifted [Kessler]

100 hints that your child may be gifted — from raisinglifelonglearners.com by Colleen Kessler Excerpt: Here you’ll find 100 real-life and classic hints that your […]

ADDitude: Resources for families touched by attention deficit disorder (ADD/ADHD)

ADDitude: Resources for families touched by attention deficit disorder (ADD/ADHD). Example article: “I’m a Teacher with Nonverbal Learning Disorder. And I’m Exactly Who I Needed […]

LOAD MORE
We are updating our Privacy Policy, so please make sure you take a minute to review it. As of May 25, 2018 your continued use of our services will be subject to this new Privacy Policy.
Review Privacy Policy OK