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The Practice of Adaptation: A Series in Four Disciplines, Part 2 Using MAEIA Performance Assessments for Online Teaching

Heather Vaughan-Southard, Joni Starr, Amy Pobanz, Cathy DePentu Leave a Comment

As stated before, we find ourselves in unprecedented times and with the possibility of adapting your teaching to online platforms, we at MAEIA are here for you. In a previous posting we asked educators to...

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The Practice of Adaptation – A Series in Four Disciplines Using MAEIA Performance Assessments for Online Teaching

Heather Vaughan-Southard, Joni Starr, Amy Pobanz, Cathy DePentu Leave a Comment

As we find ourselves in unprecedented times, with the possibility of adapting your teaching to online platforms, we at MAEIA are here for you. Though our assessment catalog is not a bank of lesson plans,...

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Carrie Jeruzal: “Making it Work” for Students with Learning Differences

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Educational modifications and accommodations are every teacher’s responsibility.  They are required as outlined in federal and state law (Individual with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) 1997, Reauthorization of IDEA 2004 and the Rehabilitation Act of 1973-Section 504). If...

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Martin Argyroglo, “Adrian Villar Rojas -Where the slaves live © Fondation Louis Vuitton,” photograph, Forgemind Archimedia, Licensed for noncommercial use under Creative Commons.