Inform Your Teaching Practice with Readings on Effective Teaching Strategies, Implementing Technology, and More
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New Horizons for Learning, adapted from the John Hopkins University School of Education, is a web resource designed to identify, communicate, and help implement successful strategies for educational practice. First established in 1980, the goal of the site is to make effective teaching and learning practices and ideas visible to practitioners.
Their website provides access to the New Horizons for Leaning Journal, which is designed to connect educators, researchers and others in a virtual roundtable. Also on the website is a collection of educational technology resources, and recommended readings on teaching and learning strategies, evidence-based education, working with specific populations such as exceptional learners, and more.
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