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English language arts and math are the one-two punch of the elementary school curriculum. Yet the average teaching time spent on these two areas is far from equal and balanced
Universal Design for Learning applies to more than just academics. Educators can apply the approach to any problem that’s interfering with instruction
Universal Design for Learning recognizes that variability is the norm in learning. UDL’s flexible system of instruction should appeal to every student in a classroom.
Educational equity encompasses various concepts and broad themes. It is helpful to view these themes through a focused lens of why, how and what. While all three questions are important, understanding why there is a need to reach each learner is at the core of the work.
Far north on Michigan’s Upper Peninsula, eighth-graders attend a weeklong Careers in Technology summer camp that gets them thinking more seriously about what they want to be when they grow up.
From an anti-bullying app to new curricula and solar array installations, school leaders across the country work to improve safety, instruction, and energy savings, among other programs.
Instead of a traditional exploding volcano or foam-painted solar system, today’s science fair projects focus on using the scientific method—from testing a hypothesis to presenting the findings.
As science education has expanded in recent years to adopt the Next Generation Science Standards—which include project-based learning and multidisciplinary studies in technology, engineering and mathematics—so have the corresponding science fairs.
How can a student, searching the web to learn something new, know if they have located credible information? Kathy Schrock, a featured speaker at DA's FETC 2020 offers some advice.
Augmented reality and virtual reality tools enable students to interact with content in ways that traditional tools such as textbooks and videos cannot provide, says STEAM teacher Rachelle Dene Poth.
The track will offer sessions for library media specialists and is designed to encourage collaboration, personalization and creation in learning.
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