Science is uncovering more about the brain than ever, and these new understandings could change how people learn throughout life. In a four-part series sponsored by The Pew Charitable Trust, the “After the Fact” podcast asks a question at the heart of the human experience—how do we learn?
Earn your Master’s in Instructional Technology and integrate forward-thinking technology trends into your curriculum through The University of Alabama (BAMA by Distance). Course concepts include adaptive and assistive technologies, assessment and evaluation in instructional technology, and online teaching and learning. Electives are also available in game-based learning, as well as other special topics. The program is entirely online, and you’ll study under the same expert faculty who teach on the university’s main campus. The degree is identical to a main campus degree, but it is less expensive because of the affordable distance tuition rate.
To celebrate 50 years of Earth Day, Project WET has teamed up with the National Wildlife Federation (NWF) and Project WILD to launch a freeonline professional learning opportunity on climate topics on March 23, 2020.
On April 2, 2020, from 4:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. (ET), educators are invited to a free, live presentation on “Leading with Ethics” sponsored by ETS – ProEthica. In this freeedLeader Panel hosted on edWeb.net, the presenters will explore how school administrators can help change the way ethics-based decisions are made within their school districts.