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Netnography: The Why and The How to Researching Social Media

June 24, 2022
Netnography: The Why and the How to Researching Social Media Authors: Samantha Goldman; info@ciddl.org In the most recent CIDDL webinar, Dr. Tara Courchaine, Chief Research and Development Officer at CAST, facilitated a discussion regarding netnography with Stefanie McKoy and Krystle…
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Using ISTE as a Point of Reflection for Higher Education Faculty

June 21, 2022
Using ISTE as a Point of Reflection for Higher Education Faculty Author: Dr. James Basham info@ciddl.org Are you planning to attend the ISTE Conference? International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE) is the largest annual educational technology conference in the United…
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Behavior and Burnout? Values-Based Practice Using ACTCompanion

June 14, 2022
This is post 9 of 9 in the series “Assistive Technology” Assisting Teachers in Understanding Assistive Technology: What Recent Research Says Introducing the Assistive Technology Blog Series Preparing Pre-Service Educators to Make AT Decisions 3 Key Questions When Considering Assistive…
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Preparing for the Fall Semester: What Do You Want to Share?

June 9, 2022
This is post 1 of 9 in the series “Prepare for the Fall Semester” Preparing for the Fall Semester: What Do You Want to Share? Instructional and Assessment Technology to Prepare for Your Fall Semester Preparing Teachers for Standards-Based Lesson…
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Support Self-Efficacy for Pre-Service and First-Year Teachers

June 2, 2022
Support Self-Efficacy for Pre-Service and First-Year Teachers Author: James Rujimora; info@ciddl.org COVID-19 will have proximal and distal effects on the education system for years to come. One of the proximal effects of COVID-19 is how the pandemic affected teacher preparation…
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Assistive Technology Solutions to Support Math

May 31, 2022
This is post 8 of 9 in the series “Assistive Technology” Assisting Teachers in Understanding Assistive Technology: What Recent Research Says Introducing the Assistive Technology Blog Series Preparing Pre-Service Educators to Make AT Decisions 3 Key Questions When Considering Assistive…
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When Virtual Coaching Go Hand in Hand with Professional Development

May 24, 2022
When Virtual Coaching Go Hand in Hand with Professional Development Author: James Rujimora; info@ciddl.org Digital Literacy (DL) is a teacher’s ability to integrate and use technology critically, wisely, and meaningfully within a classroom. The National Education Technology Plan (NETP) 2016…
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FOCUS To-Do Increases Time Management Skills in Pre-Service Teachers

May 19, 2022
This is post 7 of 9 in the series “Assistive Technology” Assisting Teachers in Understanding Assistive Technology: What Recent Research Says Introducing the Assistive Technology Blog Series Preparing Pre-Service Educators to Make AT Decisions 3 Key Questions When Considering Assistive…
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Supporting Online Reading Using Assistive Technology

May 12, 2022
This is post 6 of 9 in the series “Assistive Technology” Assisting Teachers in Understanding Assistive Technology: What Recent Research Says Introducing the Assistive Technology Blog Series Preparing Pre-Service Educators to Make AT Decisions 3 Key Questions When Considering Assistive…