Curriculum & Instruction

DA op-ed: A digital world of learning possibilities

Using AR and VR may seem overwhelming at first, but Rachelle Dene Poth, a STEAM teacher and featured speaker at DA's FETC, says these technologies benefit from collaborative learning from colleagues as well as students.

How to develop an LGBTQ-inclusive curriculum

An LGBT-inclusive curriculum shouldn't stand out as a separate subject in history, sex education or any other class. Educators will best engage students by blending LGBTQ history into the general flow of instruction.

4 keys to planning international school field trips

School districts are recommitting to international field trips and other travel activities as administrators get a better handle on managing risk. However, equity remains an issue.

How virtual reality is changing the game of teacher training

The technology is being used as a teacher training and development tool for everything from classroom management to identifying students at risk of suicide.

How to Use Micro-credentials to Advance Professional Learning

In this web seminar, four district leaders discussed reasons for adopting micro-credentialing as a method of career advancement. Sponsored content by BloomBoard.

Expanding Learning Opportunities Through Blended and Online Courses

In this web seminar, presenters discussed how the Nevada Learning Academy is essential to Clark County School District's effort to provide supplemental online courses to over 100 middle schools and high schools across one of the nation's largest school districts. Sponsored content by fueleducation.

Michigan students benefit from learning with Everyday Mathematics

Three case studies of Michigan districts that use McGraw-Hill's curriculum. Sponsored content by McGraw-Hill Education.

Learn how digital tools can help with communication logs

Here are tips and tools for streamlining the task of summarizing, documenting and sharing daily activities.

DA op-ed: 5 benefits of providing PD on an LMS

The widespread adoption of LMS reflects the growing comfort of educators to use the platform in their instruction. This is good news for schools and districts, as they can use their LMS for student learning and professional development.

Report: Accessibility and inclusivity must be considered at every stage of the technology process

For students with disabilities, edtech can provide opportunities or barriers, so inclusivity should be considered throughout implementation.

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