Lynne Gigliotti

Lynne Gigliotti

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Although ELL students may have great conversational skills, they might still find the course content difficult.

Physical disabilities are really varied. It is important to reference the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 as well as the Americans with Disabilities act when determining what course of action to assist the student.

I have learned that reasonable accommodations do not impact the learning outcomes. There are reasonable and unreasonable accommodations. We must always strive to accommodate within reason so that the student is not getting a lower level of education delivery.

Its important to recognize when a student has a mental disorder and is not just being difficult. Patience with these students will enable us to come up with a plan to cope.

I better understand how many kinds of learning disabilities may present themselves in our students. It will be helpful to formulate a plan to help specific types of disabilities.

The flipped classroom is not a fix all for excellence in Education. It is a tool for improvement in its evolution.

Transitioning to a flipped classroom requires a lot of pre planning and research.

I will be teaching in a flipped classroom next semester. It will be very interesting to see how students respond to this method of self driven education.

I have worked with a publication that had an on line function as well. The students responded really well to it, more so than the hard copy. This generation seems to relate more to media types of documents.

By knowing and using technology, we are showing our students that we are also engaged in learning. The ability to speak to them in this language is beneficial to our interpersonal communications with them.

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