7 Steps to Smartphone-Based Education for Refugees
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7 Steps to Smartphone-Based Education for Refugees

When a San Diego nonprofit added adult education to its after-school program, its first step was to offer 24/7 access via a mobile app.   By Vinod Lobo Helping refugees learn English and math presents unique challenges. The learners may not be literate in any language, and they may not have access to computers, home Read More…

Five Classroom Considerations For Students With Hearing Loss
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Five Classroom Considerations For Students With Hearing Loss

By Heather Stinson, Itinerant Teacher of the Deaf/ Hard of Hearing, Clarke Schools for Hearing and Speech Itinerant teachers of the deaf (TOD) provide direct services to children with hearing loss in mainstream schools, consultation to their teachers and professional development to school staff. Itinerant TODs travel to a child’s neighborhood school to provide one-on-one Read More…

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Rural Education: A Call to Action in Kentucky

Education Talk Radio One of the most concerning national struggles is bringing educational equity to all students in rural America. These Kentucky teachers talked to Larry about the report that could end up serving as a blueprint for rural education in every state. Listen to the interview below:

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On Autism, Etc.: SEL, Bullying and Career Transition for Special Needs Teens

Education Talk Radio An old friend returns to chat with Larry Jacobs. Marc Zimmerman of The Social Express, and now of Teen Career Path and Cool School, discusses some great products for special children grown out of a life experience. Listen to the interview below:

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Advancing Equity in All Environments

Education Talk Radio A chat with 2019 FETC presenters Tara Brown of Learner’s Edge Consulting and Kelsey Olsen, Director of Partnerships at Shmoop. Listen to the interview below:

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Classroom Tools That Drive Equitable Access and Outcomes

Education Talk Radio An inspiring and illuminating discussion with Ken Tam, Executive Director of Personalized Learning and Assessment at Curriculum Associates and Educational Psychologist Lori Jackson, a SEL and Ed Tech expert and cofounder of The Connections Model. Listen to the interview below:

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Accessible Digital Content for Students and the Community

Education Talk Radio This is a real challenge out there for educators and school districts… and it goes document by document. Our guest Karen McCall of Open Access Technologies is an expert in this field. Listen to the interview below:

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Meriden, CT Schools: Developing an Online Equity Toolkit

Education Talk Radio Developing an online equity toolkit: an award-winning idea from our guest, Jennifer Ward, a very innovative teacher in Meriden, Connecticut. Listen to the interview below: