Divergent offentlig
[search 0]
Mer

Download the App!

show episodes
 
Join us for a conversation about instruction, edtech tools, and classroom practices through the lens of the Universal Design for Learning (UDL) guidelines. As we delve deeper, we’ll be sharing ideas to help you reach each student and give them the tools they need to become expert learners in your school. Hosted by Lynn Kleinmeyer and Jonathan Wylie from Grant Wood AEA.
 
Nace en la ciudad de Barranquilla, Colombia. Sus raíces caribeñas inducidas por la percusión y sonidos africanos que caracterizan a su ciudad natal lo influenciaron a experimentar con la música desde muy joven, decide incursionar en la escena electrónica en el año 2006 al sur del valle, amante de géneros como el House y sus sub géneros. Plasma en su set sonidos llenos de percusión acompañado de ritmos progresivos que permiten un groove muy sutil y una curva envolvente.
 
Loading …
show series
 
Motivation is hard for adults, so imagine how hard it can be for students. In this episode, we look at a variety of ways that educators can help their students maintain motivation through goal setting, challenges, collaboration, and feedback. Here are some links for the things we talked about: CHECKPOINT 8.1: Heighten salience of goals and objectiv…
 
In this episode, we take a look at how to reduce barriers to learning that would be introduced by the motor demands of a task. To help us out, we are joined by the amazing Kelli Robertson, the Accessibility Lead at Grant Wood AEA. Kelli talks to us about what assistive technology is and the role that it plays in the classroom for breaking down barr…
 
Learners differ in the ways that they perceive and comprehend information that is presented to them. We know that, but how can teachers plan for that? In this episode, we explore that in more depth and give you some tools and ideas to get you started. Here are some links from this episode: Offer ways of customizing the display of information (check…
 
In this episode, we look at the perennial topic of student engagement. What are the best ways to engage all of our learners so that the content is more relevant and responsive to their needs, backgrounds, and cultures? We might not have all the answers, but the UDL guidelines give us lots of great, research-based ideas that are proven to have an im…
 
In this episode, we do some UDL myth-busting and take some time to really get to know the UDL Guidelines in more depth. Here are some links that are related to the things we talked about in this episode! Universal Design The Myth of Average: Todd Rose Higher Education Opportunity Act of 2008 How to navigate the UDL Guidelines UDL in the ESSA What I…
 
Welcome back to the first podcast of 2019 with a very special guest Dimitri Tessier. I met Dimitri 3 years ago when I was an intern for P&W and the power of both the internet & this podcast has led us once again back in to contact. After grinding away at his 9-5, Dimitri spends most of his physical and mental bandwith in pursuing his two biggest pa…
 
Episode 56 is an extra special episode where my buddy and dedicated podcast listener Kyle Fast joined me for a pre-holiday conversation to catch up. Kyle is a mutual friend that I met just over a year that works on, sails, and navigates large sailboats for people all over the world. Fresh off a plane from a year in Europe (Germany & Italy), Kyle ca…
 
Loading …

Hurtigreferanseguide

Copyright 2021 | Sitemap | Personvern | Vilkår for bruk
Google login Twitter login Classic login