A recent article in Huffington Post highlights some of the issues educators face and suggests some directions for the future. One theme that comes up is adaptive learning and individualized instruction. The new learning system called i-Ready from Curriculum Associates is listed as one of the waves
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The National Institute for Direct Instruction’s (NIFDI) Office of Research recently compiled an extensive bibliography on Direct Instruction’s research organized by the type of research design used and by publication year, with entries ranging from the early 1970s to studies as recent as 2011. Many of these
SoftChalk has recently posted an interesting article on interactive publishing. Shalin Hai-Jew, an Instructional Designer from Kansas State University has outlined some of the issues in this area - Read the full article
Benchmark Education has recently posted eight tips to help you adapt a Reader’s Theater script for your classroom needs. For Example: To use a script with the whole class, divide the class into several groups and have all groups read the script and then perform it for one another.
At Shenandoah University, students in teacher education preparation programs are learning to create lesson content that are given to large and small groups of children on interactive whiteboards such as Smart Technologies' Smartboard and Promethean's ActivBoard. To create this content they use Thinkfinity.org resources such as lesson