Just as the printing press revolutionized learning and thinking in the 15th century; so the computer has created a similar revolution today.... In every field of knowledge, educational systems are transforming as both teachers and students learn to use multimedia technology.
-Dee Dickinson, on applying technology to Howard Gardner's theory of multiple intelligences
This web quest has been made in cooperation with Bank Street College of Education based in New York City. The goal is to provide teacher training for underrepresented areas of focus. 

Your feedback would be extremely helpful in creating a resource that is useful for and usable by teachers. 

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If you've made it this far, you've probably learned:
The concept of Universal Design for Learning
Your state's curriculum standards
The National Educational Technology Standards as they apply to your class
How to create technology based lesson plans
...and how to make those lesson plans accessible to all of your students!
CLICK HERE to review the page on State Standards
CLICK HERE to view the page on UDL
CLICK HERE to review the page on Tech Standards
CLICK HERE to reviw tech based lesson plans
CLICK HERE to review the accessability page
Are you interested in creating your own web quest? Visit the official web quest page from San Diego State University.  Or if you would like to see additional educational technology links, go to my hot list.