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How to develop learning contracts

View   A method for customizing the design of learning objectives for individual students, involving the students. An online course link is provided. From University of Colorado, Denver. (2007). Learning contracts: An online tutorial for faculty. Denver, CO: University of Colorado. Retrieved from

DeafTEC – Working Together: Deaf & Hearing People

View   The online course "Working Together: Deaf & Hearing People" is designed to help employers and secondary educators develop the sensitivity and skills to communicate effectively with deaf and hard-of-hearing employees. It also can enable deaf and hearing colleagues to work together more productively and assist

NAPE – Nontraditional Student Success: Perkins Basics and Beyond

View   This module will help secondary educators work towards improving their capacity to meet federally-required career-technical education (CTE) program quality indicators, especially regarding increased participation in CTE courses of students who are nontraditional by gender. The module helps secondary educators identify root causes of the underrepresentation

NAPE – Native American Education: Challenges and Opportunities

View   The term culture is often used to explain the many external influences that shape who we are and explain our perspectives in the world. However, teachers seldom have the opportunity to learn about the multiple lenses representing the huge diversity of cultures that exist within