Inclusive Classroom Learning Path

Posted 9/1/2018

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It is important to build and provide accessible content, to empower students to access the content in the way that best meets their needs and to provide personalized learning experiences. The courses in this specialization will prepare teachers to meet the needs of all learners in the classroom.

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This course is designed for educators of all subject areas who want to empower students to utilize tools to unlock their full potential by addressing a diversity of needs.
9/23/2018
1 Hours

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Amplifying Student Voice -course will explore the critical role of student voice in transforming your students, classroom, school, and community through building confidence, respect, and empowerment. It further looks at designing learning environments that encourage students to share their perspectives, experiences, and cultural backgrounds as illuminated by contemporary research, integration strategies, and authentic classroom stories. Three innovative platforms to amplifying and democratizing student voice in the modern classroom are being studied: Skype in the Classroom, Flipgrid, and Sway.
2/12/2017
1 Hours

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In partnership with the AFA, an introduction to the Achievement for All Employability Framework, which includes Digital Literacy, which is entirely focused on providing an inclusive education for all students from SEN, to the bottom 20% to the most able learners.
1/11/2017
1 Hours

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How can we equip every young person (especially those with special education needs and disabilities) to be digitally literate in a world where government, banking, insurance, shopping is all on-line... as well as much of our social and leisure lives too? This course attempts to set the scene for your education setting's development of digital literacy, whatever your starting point.
1/11/2017
1 Hours

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Digital Literacy is a set of fundamental life skills as well as a body of knowledge. This course gives you an opportunity to reflect on a young person’s learning journey: the progressive growth of digital competency, from pre-school to adulthood.
5/18/2017
1 Hours

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Before developing a rich digitally literate classroom, we must ensure that we are digitally literate ourselves! Teachers can easily be left behind as technology takes massive leaps forward. Learn to embrace change and look for opportunities to exploit the available digital resources to the max.
5/18/2017
1 Hours

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Rather than ‘rush to innovate’, this course encourages you to pause for a moment, consider the needs of individual or groups of learners, then align curriculum delivery and development to meet their needs: child-centred innovation.
5/18/2017
1 Hours

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5/18/2017
1 Hours

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This course will give you a deeper understanding of why visual learning is important and how you could use a tool like Sensavis Visual Learning Tool in your teaching. Sensavis Win 10 app is an interactive, visual learning tool that makes learning fun and exciting. It is flexible, and allows the teacher to use the specific terminology, level and pace which is suitable for each student group. It makes it easier for students to learn by visualizing the abstract and complex. The tool contains content within biology, chemistry, physics, mathematics, geography, and engineering.
10/4/2017
1 Hours

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Microsoft Teams is a digital hub that brings conversations, content, and apps together in one place. Educators can create collaborative classrooms, connect in professional learning communities, and communicate with school staff all from a single experience in Office 365 for Education.
12/6/2017
1 Hours