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Universal Design For Learning - Inclusive Education

Universal Design For Learning - Inclusive Education

Universal Design for Learning (UDL)—A Paradigm for Maximum Inclusion | Dr. Brady, an Oxford / Farmington research fellow focused on curriculum development, explains the theory behind how the universal principles of design, used in fields such as architecture, might be applied to education to create more inclusive learning environments and support systems. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at http://ted.com/tedx
Terenceb
List of useful websites powerpoint for teachers

List of useful websites powerpoint for teachers

This is a resource I put together as part of a professional development course for my colleagues. A lot of links are borrowed from TES, but it also contains links to professional development courses for teachers, resource banks and other useful sources that I have compiled in one place for ease of access.
gudrunbjorg
Apprenticeships - What's available and how do they work

Apprenticeships - What's available and how do they work

A collection of careers information , including Apprenticeships - what are they, how do they work, what do Apprenticeships and careers in certain occupation look like, how to get started. Plenty of materials to keep students occupied and fill in gaps in teachers' knowledge. Remember Apprenticeships have changed and are now - Apprenticeship Standards.
alisonbcresswell
Reflection Tasks / End of Topic or Test

Reflection Tasks / End of Topic or Test

Unleash the full creative powers of your students! Reflection Tasks based on Bloom's Taxonomy and Gardner's Multiple Intelligences With this flexible resource of original material you will: • enable your students to realise their unlimited creative potential • help students consolidate their learning • build up a resource bank of revision material - made by students, for students • marvel as your students excel during the 'presentation lesson' • see confidence and interest in your subject grow • maintain the focus of your students throughout a topic This resource is ready-to-go, but also easily adaptable to • any year group • any ability range • any subject area Includes educational theory background to ideas(Bloom's Taxonomy and Gardner's Multiple Intelligences), full lesson plan, PowerPoint presentation and customisable reflection tasks word document. Please leave feedback below. Also very happy to correspond through personal messaging. Thank you.
mronemore
Tes Author Guide (New for Year 2018/19)

Tes Author Guide (New for Year 2018/19)

How to make your first £10,000 creating and selling teaching resources. This guide is written by the Tes best-selling author of all time, EC_Resources. It explains in meticulous detail the essentials that Tes authors need to know in order to make their authoring careers a long-term success. It is no exaggeration to say that becoming a successful Tes author can completely change your life. If you are looking to go part-time or even retire and still make the best of your expertise (without suffering financially), then this is the guide for you. From getting to the top of the search to making covers that people can't avoid clicking on, this guide contains 'the knowledge.' This is knowledge I have collected over 3 years and use every single day. Much of this information simply cannot be found elsewhere. This is a 22 page word document, with easy to follow images and instructions. It can be printed out and read at your leisure. I would recommend doing this as there is a good 3 hours worth of reading material here. I stress now that you will need time, determination and patience to make your first £10,000 - but I also cannot emphasise enough that ANY good teacher or educator who knows their specialism well and is computer literate can do this. EC_Resources is the Tes best selling author. Find my shop here: EC_Resources Leave me a review and pick any other resource for free :)
EC_Resources
New Year Lesson Pack (KS2)

New Year Lesson Pack (KS2)

A great set of resources to help you get back to school routines after the hectic holiday period. They include: 1. A maths quiz booklet with maths crosswords and word searches, ideas for writing maths acrostics and tongue twisters, as well as lots more. 2. A creative writing ideas book. Once the children have completed this booklet they will have written 29 different poems, short stories and lists. 3. Times Tables Twisters is three powerpoint lessons showing your children how to create times table tongue twisters to help them remember their tables. The 6, 7 and 9 times tables are covered. 4. Ten mindset posters to share with your class and have around the classroom. The same posters are also included in a looped PowerPoint presentation. All the money raised from the sale of this resource goes to a local charity for children called MedEquip4Kids.
Goodeyedeers
Introduction to statistics and Quantitative research

Introduction to statistics and Quantitative research

This is an introductory lecture to students studying Quantitative research methods in Education. The objective of this lesson is to: # Distinguish descriptive and inferential # Differentiate between qualitative and quantitative data; # Distinguish nominal and ordinal data (as well as level of achievement and ranking); and # Discriminate between discrete and continuous data # Differentiate dependent and independent variables # Operational Definition of Variables
mohdamir69
What Is Really Weakening Our Schools?

What Is Really Weakening Our Schools?

This short e-book give a description of some of the factors and faulty philosophies that are weakening our schools worldwide. There is an opportunity to learn more at the end of the document.
JamesHBurns