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Resources for teaching English Language Learners
strategies for engaging English-language learners.
ntegrating Technology and Literacy
Classroom technology and differentiating instruction
Educational Technology and Mobile
A resource of educational web tools and mobile apps for teachers and educators
is a digital foundational reading program for K-2 that closes the acheivement gap before it begins.
is an innovative language and literacy software program for ELLs, struggling readers, early childhood education, and SPEC ED students.
Learning A-Z is an education technology company
dedicated to expanding literacy through thoughtfully
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Collect and organize information
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teach what you know and learn what you don't.
Professor Linda Darling-Hammond examines the successes of effective school systems in the U.S. and abroad.
The Power of Questions
makes connections between investigating issues related to your practice and designing research curricula for your students.
The Visual Connection: You Listen With Your Eyes is about using visuals to help people learn.
Inclusion in the 21st-century classroom: Differentiating with technology
Reaching every learner,differentiating instruction in theory and practice.
Differentiating Instruction with technology in K-5 Classrooms
This excerpt provides an overview of differentiated instruction, and discusses the basic principles.
Differentiating Instruction using Multiple Intelligences in the Elementary School Classroom
A literature review that investigates the instructional strategy of differentiated instruction.
Differentiation in Literacy
How to meet every child's learning needs in the elementary classroom
Technology and Teaching Children to Read
This is intended to provide background information that will help educators use technology within reading programs
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