21st Century Technology and Marzano's Effective Teaching Strategies Shannon McNeice Library Media Specialist Sedgwick Middle School Modified by Lisa Garofa... I find that several of the nine are related to concepts reinforced using many of the CHAMPS techniques. Marzano's Classroom Management That Works also reinforces concepts taught in CHAMPS.
As a framework, UDL requires educators to think proactively about the variability of all learners. In consideration of the UDL Critical Elements, educators implementing UDL should use a backwards design instructional process that incorporates the following five steps.
1: Establish Clear Outcomes
2: Anticipate Learner Variability
3: Measurable Outcomes and Assessment Plan
4: Instructional Experience
5: Reflection and New Understanding
The Universal Design for Learning Implementation and Research Network (UDL-IRN) is a grassroots organization that supports the scaled implementation and research related to Universal Design for Learning. You can download the PDF of this UDL Instructional Process on this site.
Undoubtedly, everyone understands the importance of projectors and PowerPoint presentation in the classrooms, but this time, all these stuffs seem little obsolete. As the modern technology advances, the format of classrooms are also changing.
A survey conducted by Australian-based online course company “Open Colleges” has reported the top three reasons why teachers are relying on mobile technology...
To see how Problem-Based Case Learning can transform technical education, just watch how it transforms classrooms. Students are actively engaged and highly motivated. Instructors apply their expertise to managing the learning process, rather than managing students. Business partners traverse the boundaries between education and the workplace.
I’ve worked a lot with schools wanting to motivate students, and we have largely focused on the “how.” In this work, I have named the conditions necessary for students to be motiv... Great article.It discusses levels of engagement so teachers can observe their students and adjust their approach accordingly. It grieves me that there is inequity everywhere. Some teachers really have their work cut out for them because of the students they see daily. Still, engaging the students IS the art in the teaching.
"When the gift-giving season for 2011 came around, the dreaded word ‘iPad’ appeared on the wishlist of nearly half the children in America. Parents across the country feared that the expensive handheld would become just another video game console tossed in the toybox. Now, while the flashy graphics and wide array of entertainment apps can paint that sort of picture, many app designers are actually tending toward interactive learning tools for their younger users. Was this portable PC really designed with education in mind?"