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DescriptionHow do YOU use online resources to differentiate instruction?
This includes INFOhio DVC Captioned videos, INFOhio resources and other sources as well!
Post a specific URL, of where you found a great CAPTIONED VIDEOS or other resource that helps YOUR STUDENTS. Let us know where you found the resource too. Was it from the INFOhio DVC? In EBSCO? Someplace else? Include a specific URL if you can!
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What videos and other online tools can INFOhio add to help YOU?
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Sometimes I have some students that are capable of doing the more advanced lab material, computer activity by themselves. I'll differentiate with those students rather than the students that need to be guided constantly. The Science Online site is an excellent resource for differentiating in Science.
Friday, 13 July 2012 21:57