New Tools for Better Lesson Planning in Gale In Context: For Educators

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| By Gale Staff |

Teachers need flexible solutions that will work just as well right now as they will in the future, whether teaching remotely or in person. In these uncertain times, Gale In Context: For Educators tool and folder enhancements offer easy options to support educators in any learning environment. Take a look at what’s new and coming soon!

Transform a Document into a Lesson

Document tools help educators take a single resource and turn it into an easy lesson for students.

Add a note to instruct students on a learning task.

Focus students on a section of text and ask a question using annotations.

Students can use highlights and notes to analyze text and jump into a database for further inquiry.

Use Folders to Create Extended Learning Opportunities

Folder tools help educators assemble resources for a longer unit or project, or to create a remote learning weekly assignment list.

Tags offer an at-a-glance guide to resources for students.

Visibility toggle allows control for sharing a few resources at a time.

Use external links to add key outside resources into one learning package for students.

Wait, there’s more!

Register for our training webinar on Wednesday, September 30, 2020, at 3:00 PM ET, where you’ll receive actionable strategies and a preview of the Learning Center—a new base of operations for finding, organizing, and learning how to teach using the content created within Gale In Context: For Educators—coming this fall.

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