We’re sort of led to believe that the ‘best’ search results are the ones on the first page. Companies pay tons of money to be featured on the top of the search results for this reason! Don’t be fooled – it is worth the time you spend sifting through the search results. Source: www.edudemic.com […]
… Youtube Delicious Stumble Upon Digg · Start Here · Opinions · News · Research · Special Features · About Us · Contribute · Subscribe … Source: www.evolllution.com See on Scoop.it – Individual and Special Needs Examiner
Researchers in the burgeoning field of music neuroscience discuss the effects of music on brain development. Source: commonhealth.wbur.org See on Scoop.it – Individual and Special Needs Examiner
World Learning seeks to create a more inclusive world by addressing the needs of and drawing on the contributions of all members of society. We hope you’ll join us! Source: www.youtube.com See on Scoop.it – Individual and Special Needs Examiner
OPINION: Who Needs Learning Relationship Management? We All Do EdSurge … organizational theory and, in building our industrial system of education, forgot what our four-year-olds know: Learning doesn’t work without relationships. Source: www.edsurge.com See on Scoop.it – Individual and Special Needs Examiner
The highest-level executive thinking, making connections, and “aha” moments of insight and creative innovation are more likely to occur in an atmosphere of what Alfie Kohn calls exuberant discovery, where students of all ages retain that kindergarten enthusiasm of embracing each day with the joy of learning. Source: www.edutopia.org See on Scoop.it – Individual and […]
How to use open-ended, close-ended, and a double question technique to inspire deeper thinking in your students.
Chief executive of 9,000-member UK group argues that while ‘authors’ earnings are going down generally, those of publishers are increasing.
After figures released this week showed professional authors’ median annual incomes have collapsed to to £11,000, The Society of Authors’ chief executive has claimed that traditional publishers’ terms “are no longer fair or sustainable”.
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Head-mounted displays, joysticks and surround sound systems may be coming soon to a therapist’s office near you.
The near future, filled with digital paraphenalia!
So, how would you define differentiated instruction? In her newly revised book, The Differentiated Classroom: Responding to the Needs of All Learners, 2nd Edition, Carol Ann Tomlinson discusses the meaning of differentiation and how teachers can modify their instruction to engage all students. The book highlights key principles of differentiation, including: An invitational learning environment that encourages and supports learning Quality curriculum Assessment that informs teaching and learning Instruction that responds to student variance Take a look at the infographic below that highlights some of the best and worst practices for differentiation in today’s classrooms. Post it in your office and share it with your colleagues as a reminder to refine your teaching strategies to meet the learning styles of all students. Want to read more? Pick up a copy in print or e-book format in the ASCD Online Store.
For all my teacher friends.