K12 School

A Learning Object

Learning objects can be defined as online resources that enhance learning. For example, videos, presentations, ebooks, and blogs can be used to support students’ understanding of online materials. When creating an online course, it is essential to establish clear learning objectives that serve as a roadmap for designing course content. To develop effective objectives, creators […]


According to Gao and Li (2017), social networking and microblogging enable learners to communicate with peers around the world synchronously and asynchronously. I suggest others follow these two experts. Educators who are working in a similar field can get fresh ideas from experts and bring them back to their work. Lorena: @Loreanaylennoxhttps://www.pinterest.com/Lorenaylennox/ Lorena: Sharing tips […]

Accessible Course Components

With the rapid growth of technology, more and more online courses and programs are developed for K12 schools and higher education institutes. However, the accessibility of the content area for students with disabilities is always neglected (Huss & Eastep, 2016). Thus, the training of instructions in accessible design is needed in order to comply with the […]

Bilingual Programs

In the recent three years, more and more bilingual programs have been developed in California. This is a great time to start thinking about how to build and develop bilingual/multi-lingual programs in the school setting. Research has shown that more than 60% of children in California speak other languages before 5 years old. These populations […]

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