Let’s face it—blended learning is here to stay. When students can’t be in the classroom, they need the flexibility to fully engage, no matter where they are. When implemented well, blended learning programs add significant value to the student experience.
It’s time for schools to take blended learning to the next level. This freeguide from Samsung has key details on the right approach to offering more flexibility and hands-on engagement to deliver exemplary learning experiences.
Described and Captioned Media Program (DCMP) has many resources to help teachers and their students recognize the rich history and contributions of people who are deaf or hearing impaired, as well as those who are autistic. One of DCMP’s offerings is No Ordinary Hero: The SuperDeafy Movie. Another is the award-winning documentary Autism Goes to College from the Academy of Digital Arts & Sciences.
eGlass brings digital innovation to the classic chalkboard by harnessing the power of technology to allow teachers to write important information on a pane of glass while still maintaining valuable visual connection in virtual and physical classrooms.
As they watch and read the news, students may hear the acronym NATO without understanding its meaning. Yet they have no doubt heard of countries inside and outside the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) from having watched international competitions such as the Olympics and the World Cup. Students can learn about their country and NATO with the NATO on the Map tool.
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