Digital Learning Day
Learn about high-poverty schools that have infused their classrooms with technology in Baltimore, Maryland; Talladega County, Alabama; and Houston, Texas. You'll hear from fifth graders who produce their own daily news show, high schoolers who use digital media to hear from Holocaust survivors, and teachers who deliver their lectures through podcasts so that class time can be used for collaborative work. Thanks to the Alliance for Excellent Education for this terrific resource!
We know high-quality, ongoing, student-focused professional development is key to improving teaching and helping students with learning disabilities reach their potential. But who has time for it? A combination of in-person and online activities can help. Learn more from the folks at PowerUp WHAT WORKS.
On March 18 at 1 p.m. eastern time, Nanci Bell will discuss the imagery-language connection necessary for independence in language and literacy skills and how this connection can be nurtured in children with dyslexia or autism. Nanci is co-founder of Lindamood-Bell Learning Processes, a longtime supporter of LD OnLine.