Digital Inclusion (#DigIn) Camps are working sessions to help schools become digitally inclusive for everyone.
Assessment is part of — not the end of — instruction. In this three-part series, we’ll embark on an in-depth exploration of Danielson component 3d, and support you in understanding assessments as tools that can focus your instruction to advance learning.
We will study the role of art in fighting for social change in the 20th century through the visual language of the suffrage movement, anarchist and socialist songs, and diverse ephemera related to the civil rights causes.
Worried about meeting the Compliance Checklist’s requirement for Digital Citizenship? There are several opportunities for you to learn more and take the next step.
Learn about the tools available to evaluate accessibility and design considerations for images, Word documents, Excel files, PowerPoint presentations, and PDF documents and how to make digital information accessible to all.