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Instructional Resources

Education Table Talk Episode

Addressing the needs of every learner: A look at developing Born Accessible Aired March 22nd, 2016  A considerable amount of time has been spent by publishers on developing educational resources that address different learning styles, making sure that the needs of every child is met. Without pointing fingers, the core

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Education Table Talk Episode

Passing Judgement: How Your Instructional Assets are Being Reviewed. Hosted by Bridget Foster Aired December 15th, 2015  While many educators use teaching materials they find and adapt there is still an important role for thoughtful evaluation and review of resources, particularly those that will receive the blessing of a governing

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Education Table Talk Episode

August 2015, Book ’em Danno: Digital Publishing and eBook Readers An ‘e’ in front of any word changes our expectation of that item. eBooks exemplify that point… what makes an eBook a book and what makes it ‘e’lectronic? In pK-12 most learners have expectations of how they interact with these digital assets

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Education Table Talk Episode

July 2015, Play to Learn, Part II: 21st Century Success Through Game-based Learning  In our first Play to Learn show we discussed if and how games are becoming an integral part of today’s school-based learning experiences. In this show, we will look at the role games can play in developing skills

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Education Table Talk Episode

May 2015, Museums are no dinosaur! Museums and New Instructional Resources   We’ve all experienced the museum as a place to go as a member of an elementary class or on a stormy weekend day. In the internet age, museums have an audience far beyond those who walk through the doors. Museums have

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Education Table Talk Episode

April 2015, Play to Learn Part I: Educational Games as Mainstream Instructional Resources  It is a quite common thing to say that anything that requires work is “not all fun and games”. Students often use this phrase to describe learning both in and out of the classroom. Parents responding to whining

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