Universal Design for Learning
Tracy Clark | 2016
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Versal: Student Playlists
Using Google Draw to Create Manipulatives and Tasks
"Manipulative's are a tool for instruction, yet teachers tend to not use them due to lack of education and confidence of their effectiveness to increase learning." (Green, Flowers, & Piel, 2008). With more and more Chromebook's coming into school districts it is important to make sure our students are using them for creation verse consumption…
ThingLink + SoundCloud
- Create an account at prism.scholarslab.org
- Then select the link below
- Read, highlight according to your thoughts and save highlights.
How Students Sign in to Your Class:
- Open the Seesaw Class app on an iOS or Android device -OR- go to https://app.seesaw.me using Chrome or Firefox web browser.
- Tap “I’m a Student”.
- Type in the Class Code
Tracy focuses on designing innovative learning opportunities for educators, administrators, and students, and partnering with district leaders to shift to more student-centered, personalized, and competency-based learning. Prior to her work in personalized learning, Tracy served as a bilingual teacher in Texas and Mexico and with children with special needs - experiences that deeply influence how she views challenges in education. She plans to spend her career solving interesting problems in the education space and raising up leaders and innovators who are focused on what’s best for children.