Category Archives: Grad School

Blog update/Linked Resources

Hello and happy summer! I wanted to write a short post to share a few projects I’ve been working on for a class I’m taking. I’m taking a visual media course for my specialist degree in instructional technology, and we … Continue reading

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10 Tips for Differentiating Instruction for Gifted Students

This post brought to you by my course on Methods and Materials for Teaching the Gifted at Northwest Georgia RESA! Hi Michelle! Today I have a video I’ve created with ten tips for differentiating for gifted students in your world … Continue reading

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What I’m Learning in Grad School: CI Demo

This past weekend I began my first class for my master’s degree in Spanish Education through Auburn University. The first item on the weekend agenda was a CI demo in German! The presenter, Andrea Wilkinson, was excellent. I was reminded of … Continue reading

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What I’m Learning in Grad School

From my homework reading tonight: “In immersion and other programs in which the emphasis is on acquisition through language use rather than on the conscious learning of rules of usage, the predictive power of aptitude measures is even less than … Continue reading

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