Education hashtags on Twitter are a powerful way to sort information. The hashtag #studentsfirst has been popular this August as educators prepare to head back into classrooms. Recent conferences such as NPC17 and ISTE17 energized the education community this summer. Providing educators with resources and supports seems to be a surefire way to make sure that student needs are met completely. As the old adage goes, teachers who remember to put their own oxygen masks on first are well equipped for a new school year. What should be in a teacher’s toolkit? A solid plan for classroom management. Whether the students are graduate or kindergarten level, whether the classroom is digital or face to face, building a learning community and establishing norms for communication is important. Many teachers are fans of The First Days of School by Harry K. and Rosemary T. Wong. For digital classrooms—there’s an app for that! Engaging resources for students, mapped to curriculum goals. This is where things can get tricky for teachers. Do engaging resources [...]
In examining the principles of personalized learning and instructional design, it is important to look beyond technology.
Today we are going to take a look at some of the trends in instructional design that have been accelerating in recent years.
For students with learning disabilities, digital learning offers opportunities
We are all unique. In today’s world, the idea of embracing differences and diversity is seen and heard everywhere.