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Learning the Ins-and-Outs of LMS: Tell Me What You See

March 3, 2022
Learning the Ins-and-Outs of LMS: Tell Me What You See Author: Nicholas Jay Hoekstra As we continue our review of learning management systems (LMS) and how to ensure accessibility for the widest range of users, we’re going to return to…
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Family as Learning Coach: Preparing Preservice Teachers for Effective Collaboration

March 1, 2022
Family as Learning Coach: Preparing Preservice Teachers for Effective Collaboration Author: Samantha Goldman As we continue to dive deeper into how we are preparing pre-service teachers for the online and hybrid classroom in our monthly Affinity group meetings, the common…
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Learning the Ins-and-Outs of LMS: Let’s Discuss Discussion Boards

February 24, 2022
Learning the Ins-and-Outs of LMS: Let’s Discuss Discussion Boards Author: Nicholas Hoekstra Over a series of blogs, we’re exploring how instructors can take full advantage of features present in their learning management systems (LMS) to support student learning. Our first…
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Ed Tech to Bring to Your Pre-Service Teachers

February 22, 2022
Ed Tech to Bring to Your Pre-Service Teachers Author: Samantha Goldman In our last Affinity Group session for our “Preparing Teacher Candidates for Online and Hybrid Instruction,” we discussed some great tools to help teachers and teacher educators prepare for…
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Coaching Tech Integration: Implications for Teacher Preparation

February 15, 2022
Coaching Tech Integration: Implications for Teacher Preparation Author: James Rujimora Teacher preparation faculty, school personnel, and school administrators are looking for effective ways to develop capacity and build technology skills of teachers to meet their student needs. One potential solution…
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Integrate Scenario-Based Learning into Teacher Preparation

February 10, 2022
Integrate Scenario-Based Learning into Teacher Preparation Author: Ling Zhang; Samantha Goldman What is scenario-based learning? Scenario-based learning (SBL) is a widely used instructional design strategy that uses real-life scenarios or cases to support active, immersive, and authentic learning experiences for…
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Learning the Ins-and-Outs of LMS: Accessibility Checkers

February 8, 2022
Learning the Ins-and-Outs of Learning Management Systems: Accessibility Checkers Author: Nicholas Jay Hoekstra Over a series of posts, we are exploring various ways in which learning management systems (LMS) can be designed and organized to support diverse learners. In a…
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Online Tools to Engage, Assess, and Provide Executive Functioning Scaffolds

February 8, 2022
Online Tools to Engage, Assess, and Provide Executive Functioning Scaffolds Author: Samantha Goldman In our January CIDDL/CEEDAR Affinity Group – Preparing Teacher Candidates for Online/ Hybrid Instruction meeting, Dr. Sean Smith and Dr. Maya Israel asked participants to discuss instructional…
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A Day in the Life of An Online Secondary Teacher

February 1, 2022
A Day in the Life of An Online Secondary Teacher Author: Sean Smith; Samantha Goldman In the November synchronous Affinity group on Preparing Teacher Candidates for Online/ Hybrid Instruction, Lauren Elkins, a high school math and physics teacher, discussed a…