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Planning

Students that plan before class.

Planning

A good source of information.

Thanks

Thanks

Special Populations

My Universal Design for Learning course was a great way to gain an understanding of this concept.  I plan to ask our CTE teachers to take this course to sharpen what they are doing in the classroom to achieve inclusion.

Really Enjoyed this course. Thank you

Really Enjoyed this course. Thank you

More classroom discussion

With a limited amount of time i need to maximize my efficency. i Have my class 5 hours a week and would like them to get the most out of it. Tips?

Lesson Plan

How detailed should planning be?

interactive learning

many different techniques can be introdued to promote learning that is fun for the students and instructor think pair share fishbowl  jigsaw

I love the freedom this gives the students

Love being a facilitator, and with the student having more control over his/her learning environment, they will be more into their studies making our job less stressful and more edifying.  

Ekg

What is an ekg done for

points

Is it right to deduct credit points from a student if a student forgets his safety glasses?

classroom and field training

showing a student material in the class and taking them to a actual business and showing them

Essential Teaching Strategies | Origin: ED405

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Adaptive Learning Beyond Today | Origin: ED123

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New Trends and Critical Application | Origin: ED134

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The Impact of Newer Literacy Skills and Use | Origin: ED134

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Critical Characteristics of New Literacy | Origin: ED134

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Defining Critical Aspects of Literacy | Origin: ED134

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Engagement | Origin: ED133

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Action and Expression | Origin: ED133

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