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Planning lessons

So many schools/professors/jobs require you to use a certain format for lesson planning, but I am a fan of using whatever works for you. Here are a couple of resources that might help you on your quest to integrate technology:

CAST is a group that promotes Universal Design (particularly for Special Education lessons), and it has a tutorial that walks you through the process of what they think should be considered in lesson planning:


Thinkfinity has an integration framework that we looked at early in the course, particularly looking at technology:


Edutopia has a nice lesson planning sheet on this page:


And then, in particular, looking at Sheltered Instruction Observation Protocol, or SIOP, which is particularly aimed at teaching ELLs, can be found here:



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