The Center on Technology and Disability (CTD), in partnership with the Consortium for School Networking (CoSN), has made available the Digital Accessibility Toolkit: What Education Leaders Need to Know.
The Institute for Behavioral Training (IBT) is a one-stop training hub for people who interact with, teach, care for, and treat individuals with autism spectrum disorder. IBT was developed by a professional team of Board Certified Behavior Analysts (BCBAs)—all with more than 20 years of experience in the field.
Ideally located in the nation’s capital, George Washington University’s Doctoral Program in Curriculum and Instruction prepares education leaders to improve preK–16+ education in local, national, and international settings. The coursework encourages critical thought and creative work through focusing on curriculum, instruction, and research, with additional courses and learning opportunities that link teaching and learning, policy, and evaluation to students’ prior experiences. Students can meet national leaders in education and participate in internships that expand horizons. The program focuses on how curriculum and instruction can be constructed and applied to educational reform and diverse student populations. Students build research skills and study collaboratively, while staying grounded in the realities of schooling. Doctoral students become part of a community that links scholars with practicing professionals, policymakers, and educational organizations in Washington, DC, and beyond.
The San Diego State University (SDSU) online MA in Educational Leadership is a program for teachers, teacher leaders, and administrators wanting to lead the technology revolution and the move to using technology in ways that innovate and reimagine teaching and learning. It’s designed for educators aspiring to be leaders who also understand technology integration at the classroom, school, or district level. The SDSU College of Education is ranked 65 in the nation among thousands of universities and colleges. Professors from SDSU’s Department of Educational Leadership are world renown for their work in leadership, instruction, and education technology integration. The program runs from May 2017 through August 2018 with ten courses spread over two summers and two semesters. The cost is $17,940. For more information, contact Program Director Dr. Cheryl James-Ward at email@example.com or visit the program’s website.
ScratchEd is a network of educators who are using the student-friendly programming language Scratch in their classrooms, often in unexpectedly creative ways. ScratchEd empowers teachers at all levels of familiarity to learn with and from one another as they develop ideas and strategies to help their students succeed.