Wednesday, August 14, 2019

Educational Links 8/15/19

4 Questions Every Teacher Should Ask About Mobile Learning

Scenes from a Back-to-School Ritual (That Only Teachers Will Understand)

Teachers Should Design Student Assessments. But First They Need to Learn How

Understanding Dyslexia


How Performing in Theater Can Help Build Empathy in Students

7 Things Teachers Can Quit Doing This Year

Taking the arts digital to support a well-rounded education

An Individualized Education Plan (IEP) attempts to not only identify areas of challenge for a student—fine motor skills, language development, reading and comprehension, written and verbal language skills, social interaction, etc.—but to also put a mechanism in place to address those challenges. While the intentions behind an IEP are good, much work remains to be done. Curriculum itself must be personalized in order to truly meet the needs of students with learning disabilities.

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