Dr. Sarah Thomas shares in Episode #80 Podcast and Post about her journey as a learner, educator, publisher, and connector. Sarah tells how she started EduMatch and how she enjoys growing the community and learning from others.
This post is about how Universal Design for Learning (UDL) starts with Multiple Means of Engagement. This is about the WHY of learning before the WHAT. Because of that, Barbara has revised and created new materials that support learners creating their learner profile.
Episode #79 Podcast and Post is with Mandy Froehlich about leadership, innovation, and divergent teaching and thinking. Mandy shares her two books and her journey in providing support for teachers with their practice and guiding authors during the writing process.
This post is on the overview of Universal Design for Learning (UDL) and the framework of the three UDL Principles, the UDL Guidelines, and the checkpoints.
Paul Emerich France shares in Episode #78 about his journey as an educator, writer, and author. He shares stories and strategies that teachers can use to empower kids to develop agency.
This post is about building the skills and dispositions we will need for our future. With a chart adapted from the World Economic Forum, you can see how the skills become more self-directed and independent before 2030.
Connie Hamilton Ed.S. is a curriculum director in Saranac, MI and educational consultant working with school districts across the United States. She is a certified trainer in effective classroom questioning, teacher evaluation tools, visible learning and supports teacher learning in the area of literacy. Connie is the co-author of Hacking Homework and is the author …
Dr. Marialice B.F.X. Curran shares her journey and how the struggles helped her define her purpose. Episode #76 is her story and her work with digital citizenship with her son, Curran.
Cross-post of an article on Really Seeing Each and Every Learner by Dr. Jackie Gerstein that provides strategies how teachers can create learner-centered environments.
Guest post by Linda Ullah with teacher Meghan Ross on how to bring wonderment to the Kindergarten classroom. They share how the children did research on endangered species. Then they wrote about an animal and then presented their reports to their 4th grade buddies.