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Successful Differentiated Assessment Activity Examples – Because One Size Does Not Fit All

Assessment represents a gray area for all teachers, especially differentiated assessment, so that this post will provide practical examples. We constantly fear that we haven’t fulfilled the learning objectives, and we ponder what we could have done differently. However, if we take a step back and think about it, we will conclude that we must individualize …

How National Geographic Certified Educator Course Changed my Perspective on the World and Teaching + Course Overview

Have you ever heard that you can become a National Geographic Certified Educator? Keep reading this post to learn how and why you should do it! Every educator has their own teaching style, and there are hardly two same teachers in the world. We follow the same teaching methodology, but we also have a chance …

What Children’s Perspectives Tell us About Inclusion: A School Perspective

What children’s perspectives tell us about inclusion in the school and preschool environment is that we are all experts in different ways and that our different experiences and understandings are of value. Inclusive education is presented and discussed as under construction, both in educational settings and as a concept. The materials in this course are …

Developing 21st Century Skills Through CLIL, Theme-Based Instruction and by Applying Multiple Intelligence Theory

Conducting academic research and writing articles or papers is another way for educators to have quality professional development and close their own learning gaps. Our research focuses on CLIL, Theme-Based Instruction, and 21st-century skills. My colleague Nevena Marković and I conducted our first big research at the beginning of 2019. We presented our research at the …

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