Universal Design for Learning is a set of principles for curriculum development that give all individuals equal opportunities to learn. UDL provides a blueprint for creating instructional goals, methods, materials, and assessments that work for everyone--not a single, one-size-fits-all solution but rather flexible approaches that can be customized and adjusted for individual needs.
Each Been you create becomes a collection of your favorite places on the web as well as your thoughts on them. Open your Beens to leaf through and edit your collections without interrupting your browsing.
Teachers can send Beens to students to share helpful resources, along with commentary and instructions on each page. Students can send Beens to their teachers to submit what they’ve discovered as well as their impressions.
See your lesson plan right next to what the students have accomplished in that class. Have everything in one place - instead of juggling apps that don't talk to each other - in order to iterate for the next day.
CAST Professional Learning offers many opportunities for educators, teachers, administrators, and organizations to enhance their professional understanding of Universal Design for Learning (UDL), a framework for education design that is based upon cognitive neuroscientific principles. UDL, developed by CAST, has become the most widely, nationally accepted set of guidelines that enable educators to amplify the learning experience and reach the variability of all learners.
The ReadCloud Social eReading software allows schools to set up virtual classrooms for secure distribution of eBooks and the interactions between students and teachers by sharing annotations inside eBooks in real timeThe software is available cross platform and is also available as a white-label iPad app
The Search Results: Among other useful materials, I stumbled across a pretty neat interactive image on the Cyberbee site that answers some common student questions about copyright, including the one that sent me over the edge!
Approximately six million school-aged children and teenagers in the United States receive special education services. Just getting started, however, confounds countless families. Finding information and resources is difficult, and materials are often confusing, adding further stress and... http://elearninginfographics.com/your-childs-special-needs-infographic/
Reading is the foundation to learning. Because so much is rooted within literacy, starting early to support language learning can make a substantial difference in students’ reading success. Similarly, the earlier we intervene with students who are struggling readers, the more likely they’ll be able to catch up. The 7 Tips for Parents to Help Struggling Readers Infographic presents a wonderful list of tips for parents to use with their struggling readers.