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Learning Unwrapped and Making Black History Count

Making Black History Count was the topic of the January 28, 2021, episode of the internet talk show “Learning Unwrapped“. Host Dr. Nancy Sulla and her co-host Shané Beauford welcomed an esteemed panel of guests to discuss Black History Month. “For far too long, black people have been left out of history books, in spite […]

Totowa Public Schools Video Showcases IDE LATI Classrooms and Hybrid/Remote Lear...

The Totowa Public Schools of Totowa, NJ, has created and released a video showing teachers embracing and thriving using the LATIC model during the COVID-19 pandemic. Patricia Capitelli, Totowa Superintendent of Schools, describes IDE Corp. as a “leader in designing remote and hybrid learning environments” and explains how IDE worked with Totowa “to create Learner-Active, […]

Dr. Nancy Sulla Launches Internet TV Talk Show

Nancy’s NEW internet TV talk show, Learning Unwrapped, launched on December 10, 2020. Broadcasting live on Thursdays at 5:00 PM ET, Nancy focuses each week on one aspect of life’s most important skill: LEARNING. Learning Unwrapped broadcasts through International Broadcast Media TV and is live-streamed on YouTube. For the first episode of Learning Unwrapped, the topic was “Engagement.” Shané Beauford, […]

Game Plan: Executive Function in Sports!

– Focus? – Remember details? – Follow multiple steps? – See multiple sides to a situation? – Think about multiple concepts simultaneously? – Anticipate? – Create mental images? – Generate possible solutions? – Predict outcomes? – Apply former approaches to new situations? – Be creative? These are just some of the 40 skills of executive […]

Hybrid Learning Environments: The Instructional Trajectory

The shift to hybrid learning environments brings with it some different responsibilities for teachers. Whereas when all the students are in the room, you can “swoop in” to clarify or redirect, you can “go with the flow” and adjust your plans on the spot, and you don’t have to anticipate as much as react . […]