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Digital Differentiation - Digital Tools for Using Information

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To effectively meet the diverse needs of all learners, teachers must design relevant learning experiences that provide students with multiple means of action and expression. This webinar will focus on free and friendly digital tools for designing flexible learning experiences to support all learners. Examples of projects and strategies for managing this type of technology-driven classroom will be featured throughout the session. Participants will learn how to design projects for all students to succeed.

Part 4 of a 4-part series on Digital Differentiation. While the webinars in this 4-part series complement each other, it is not required that you attend all of them.


Status: Available On-Demand
Subject: ICT
Last aired on: Tuesday, September 20, 2016 @ 4:00 PM EDT
Duration: 30 minutes
Credit Hours: 0.5
Categories: Differentiated Learning, Response to Intervention (RTI), Web Tool Overviews
Tags: Differentiated Learning, differentiation, diverse needs, flexible learning paths, using information

Reviews (44)

Full Member
Thank you for sharing! Loved the digital tools used to create interesting and differentiated lessons. Looking forward to applying them in my class.
Full Member
Thinglink is one of my favorite tools!
Full Member
A lot of information to digest in a 30 minute window. Great job!
Full Member
Very cool tools! Thanks for sharing.
Full Member
Found some interesting possibilities that could be adapted.
Full Member
interesting webinar!
Full Member
Love all the free and friendly online tools
Full Member
Great explanation.
Full Member
Susanís explanation of tools for understanding information was fantastic! I learned so much about Wikispaces - a tool that seemed intimidating before I viewed this webinar.
Full Member
Thanks for all the suggestions. I am very interested in Thinglink.
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