Wednesday, January 23, 2019

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Recent Articles

Brad Gustafson

SIG ADMIN Connects: Interview with Dr. Brad Gustafson

Special Interest Group(SIG) Admin presents an interview with Dr. Brad Gustafson, elementary school principal. Watch his interview with MACUL Board member Jason Gribble as he gives his...
Dave Tchozewski, Discovery Education

SIG ADMIN Connects: Interview with David Tchozewski

Special Interest Group(SIG) Admin presents an interview with David Tchozewski, Online Community Manager for Discovery Education. Watch his interview with SIG Admin director Rachael Postle-Brown as he...
Cost Effective Online-Blended Learning article

Cost Effective Online-Blended Learning Solutions for Secondary Students

Are you looking for a no-cost/low-cost solution to offer online/blended learning programs for secondary schools? If you answered yes, this article is for you....
Allyson Apsey elementary school teacher

SIG ADMIN Connects: Interview with Allyson Apsey

Special Interest Group(SIG) Admin presents an interview with Allyson Apsey, a principal and local education leader, about her involvement with MACUL and her book The Path...
Arms outstretched and fists touching in agreement

The Need for PD: Support for Principals and Educational Leaders

The MACUL Special Interest Group for Administrators (SIG ADMIN) is lead by a team of building level and central office level administrators from across...
Leadership Adventure - 5 New Zealand Teachers

A Leadership Adventure – Five New Zealand Schools Collaborate to Create a Model for...

Whakatauki He aha te kai o te rangatira? He Korero, he korero, he korero What is the food of the leader? It is knowledge. It is communication. Five Dunedin schools...
Backyard Brains Neuroscience kit Claw

A 7th Grade STEM Classroom’s Neuroscience Adventure

A quick introduction: Amy Farkas is a Middle School STEM teacher from Southeastern Michigan who sought and won funding for her class’s foray into...
Two people looking at computer tablet

Digital Access to Content – YES! But is it Accessible? – YIKES!

The shift to digital learning material is at an all-time high, allowing increased access for diverse students. Or does it? Often the very tools...
Google Assistive Technology

Using Google Tools to Spark Success for Students with Disabilities

During the past 45 years of my career in Special Education, I have witnessed many changes and improvements to the delivery of services to...
Google search in Chrome Browser on Tablet

Google Tools and UDL for Diverse Learners

Introduction The Center for Applied Specialized Technology (CAST) defines Universal Design for learning (UDL) as "a framework to improve and optimize teaching and learning for...



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