Use Technology to Differentiate Instruction
Sublime gives educators resources and strategies to meet the
needs of all learners
"Sublime Learning® inherently recognizes the needs of struggling students and how assistive technology, Inspiration® and Kidspiration® can support their learning through implementing Universal Design for Learning principles."
Dave EdyburnProfessor, Department of Exceptional Education,
University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
Technology is a proven method of reaching students who struggle in school, or those who require alternate methods of instruction to succeed. We understand the growing need to provide instruction to meet a variety of learning needs, so we have built-in resources to support differentiated instruction. Each of our eTeachables video tutorials:
- Help educators identify creative ways to use technology for students with specific learning needs
- Model how to differentiate instruction for various learning populations
- Allow teachers to integrate technology for all learners without modifying content
- Plus, every eTeachable® comes with a detailed Professional Learning Guide to support districts, IT coaches and teachers as they engage in a cycle of reflective practice.
Researched Based Approach
Apply teaching and learning strategies based on findings in the latest neuroscience research on the brain and learning from Eric Jensen, recommendations from the work of Dr. Robert J. Marzano and the framework for Universal Design for Learning (UDL) developed by Center for Applied Special Technology (CAST).