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Range of Use for Educational Technologies: Why It Matters to Teacher Education

Range of Use for Educational Technologies: Why It Matters to Teacher Education Author: Ling Zhang; Samantha Goldman Are you aligning technology use and learning goals in your classrooms? Are you thinking critically about what tools students are gaining familiarity with…
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Assistive Technology and Universal Design for Learning: Past Lessons and Future Opportunities

Assistive Technology and Universal Design for Learning: Past Lessons and Future Opportunities Guest Expert: Dr. Dave Edyburn About Dr. Edyburn The guest expert of this CIDDL Research and Practice Brief is Dr. Dave Edyburn. Dr. Edyburn is is Senior Research…
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Offering FAPE in Online Settings: Implications for Teacher Education

This is post 2 of 9 in the series “Affinity Group: Preparing teachers to teach online” Preparing Pre-service Teachers for Hybrid/Online Learning Offering FAPE in Online Settings: Implications for Teacher Education Jamming with Jamboard in Your Higher Ed Classroom Using…
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Meeting the Needs of Students with Disabilities in Online Classrooms

Home » 2021 » 12 a Meeting the Needs of Students with Disabilities in Online Classrooms Author: Samantha Goldman; Sean Smith There are many advantages to learning in the online classroom. In the November CIDDL/CEEDAR Affinity Group – Preparing Teacher…