Archive for February, 2014

Learner-centered Classrooms

Yesterday, we had a staff development day themed “Back to the Future”.  We discussed educational tools and techniques of the past, present and potential future tools and techniques.  As I reflected on the day, I wondered how many of us, if we could, would take a look through the looking glass at a classroom from […]

Feedback on this blog

      Today I am asking you as a reader of the Inclusive Services blog to respond to the following Answer Garden link: Your responses will be anonymous.  The information will help me to provide better information to the readers of this blog. Thank you   Rosemary MangesRosemary Manges, Program Coordinator for Inclusive […]

44 Classroom Tools That a Teacher Can Use Now

Animoto: Create and share videos, and put photos, video clips, and music into longer videos. Answer Garden: This minimalistic feedback tool helps in online brainstorming and also functions as an embedded website poll or guestbook. Blend Space: Educators can access free resources to create lessons in 5 minutes in order to flip the classroom, differentiate […]

Did You Participate in Digital Day?

This week was a great virtual event called Digital Day.  I viewed several on-line events but one of the most impressive was from the Library of Congress.  The information below was shared during that session and I believe you will find it invaluable. Library of Congress Toolkit The Library of Congress (the Library) offers the […]

Bring Your “A” Game to School

There is a fabulous FREE resource available to any secondary school which provides a motivating presentation to students. The  Educational A’s of “Bring Your A GAME To School” ALLIANCE – Forging the right friendships; run with the right crowd . ATTITUDE – Bring a positive mental attitude every day to family, friends, work, school. AUTHENTIC […]