Explore a three-step process that includes identifying priority grade-level standards, determining gaps in prerequisite learning, and providing just-in-time support for unlearned prerequisite skills.
Explore ways to design a learning environment that allows you to accelerate learning by meeting the unique needs of each learner.
Explore ways to accelerate learning by empowering students with key study skills and then by exposing them to rich, rigorous learning experiences where they can achieve success by applying these important skills.
Accelerate Learning by Making Connections: Build Trust Through Relationships, Community, and Connection
Explore four ways to accelerate learning through classroom connections: connecting teacher to student, student to student, teacher to family, and student to learning.
Explore an introduction to accelerated learning, including the dangers of a deficit mindset, the need to accelerate rather than remediate, and the importance of being an equity champion.
Find resources to help you teach music, including websites that feature music theory, virtual instruments, and lesson planning ideas.
Find resources to help students learn the music creation process, from writing and composing through recording and production.
Find resources to help students learn an instrument, find music to play or study, and both respond and reflect on musical performances.
Find resources to help students discover, explore, and access a variety of music types and genres.
Explore strategies that you can use to effectively and efficiently integrate online music tools into your lessons and virtual classroom.
Use digital tools and strategies to make reading instruction more engaging, efficient, and effective.
Expand student access to reading materials through e-Books, virtual libraries, and digital collections.
Leverage leveled reading websites to effectively and efficiently differentiate for different student reading levels, scaffold reading development, and provide equitable access to academic content.
Discover online resources to help plan and teach lessons about literature.
Explore the unique benefits of digital speaking and listening and also discover online resources to integrate into your classroom.
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