Do you have a
“cutting edge” website that works well for you as a 21st century tool?
Or maybe you have a tried and true site that has not had much attention?
Why not nominate it for AASL’s best Websites for Teaching and Learning
for 2011? Just fill in the online form on the AASL website,http://bit.ly/dtgNgy.
Let us in on your great idea, it could be one of the best websites of
2011, according to AASL. Please send it by November 20th.
My name is Robin Wilkins and I am a student researcher. I am conducting a study in which I would like to share the perceptions of teachers who teach in inclusive settings (non-disabled and disabled students) regarding engaging students and professional development needs to engage students.Robin_Wilkins_RecruitmentFlyer032822.docxSee More
"Looking to post a flyer on my page for teachers interested in participating in my upcoming research on student engagement. The research involves one online interview and an online focus group. Do you know who I have to contact to get…"
"Thank you Shawn for your insights. My EdD research (2018) around professional development of college teachers in rural locations (in Ontario, Canada) indicated that agency and institutional support were key factors in active professional…"