Curriculum & Instruction
Learning on a loop: Make it memorable with animated GIFs
Teachers and students can use animation to bring content to life, says DA guest columnist and FETC featured speaker Tony Vincent. GIFs can grab attention, illustrate ideas, break down a process into steps, show a sequence, and make content memorable.
Leadership: 7 ways to increase your visibility
If school leaders spend all of their time in the office, how will they know what staff, students and families need? DA guest columnist and FETC featured speaker Matthew X. Joseph addresses strategies for boosting school leader availability, approachability and visibility.
Industry News: New partnerships help schools enhance services for students, educators
New Mexico and Texas, plus districts in Tennessee, Michigan and California, partner with suppliers to provide assessments, boost literacy, improve student readiness, and upgrade facilities for safety and energy efficiency.
New training resource to deliver professional development for paraprofessionals
LRP Media Group, a recognized leader in the special education publishing industry, has released The Special Ed Administrator’s Training Toolkit: Professional Development for Paraprofessionals — The IEP Process and Data […]
How to support students’ productive struggle
Creating a classroom climate where it is OK to make mistakes and that encourages students to take risks is key, says DA guest columnist and FETC featured speaker Matthew X. Joseph, who is director of curriculum, instruction and assessment at Leicester Public Schools in Massachusetts.