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What is Universal Design for Learning?
Information Sharing Resources
Interactive WhiteBoard Resources
Social Studies Support
Multiple Means of Representation
Multiple Means of Expression
Multiple Means of Engagement
I Know That
- Vast resources of activities for pre-k through 6th grade from Language Arts and Math, to Science and Social Studies. This resource is free, however, an account set up is required. Lessons can be saved.
Rubrics are a type of graphic organizer that are used to display evaluation criteria in a grid format. The use of rubrics to score student products and processes have become common in K-12 classrooms as they can be used to evaluate a wide range of projects and activities.
100 Helpful Web Tools for Every Kind of Learner
For those unfamiliar with the term, a
is a way in which an individual approaches learning. Many people understand material much better when it is presented in one format, for example a lab experiment, than when it is presented in another, like an audio presentation. Determining how you best learn and using materials that cater to this style can be a great way to make
and the entire process of acquiring new information easier and much more intuitive. Here are some great tools that you can use to cater to your individual learning style, no matter what that is.
Beyond the Book Report
- A list of potential options for the traditional book report format that allowing for multiple and varied means of expression and engagement.
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