We are excited to announce the launch of our newest learning adventure!
Distance Ed and Down Syndrome: A Parent’s Guide to Supporting Learning at Home is an online course designed specifically for caregivers and parents in the Down syndrome community facing the challenge of facilitating their child’s curriculum in the home environment.
Tom Baynes, a recent graduate of the Masters of Instructional Technology program at the University of North Carolina Wilmington, developed the 3-part course for his final Capstone project. Designed to ultimately provide a useful learning tool, the project was implemented in response to the school closures and subsequent shift to remote learning induced by the onset of the Covid 19. Tom is thrilled to share a sneak peek of the first module as a part of his capstone defense.
Click here to explore the first lesson: Learning and Down Syndrome.
Congratulations Tom on the completion of your graduate degree! We've enjoyed having you support our development efforts and look forward to future adventures.
Instructional Design Intern
2020 - 2021
For World's Down Syndrome Day 2020, we are announcing that we are in the planning mode for new partnerships and new opportunities to share learning in innovative ways! We hope you''ll follow us this year as we find out how to best serve our Down syndrome community. Recordings in Spanish are also available.
WHAT WE BELIEVE
The vision for 321 eLearning and the 321eConference is to create a global learning community for members of Down syndrome community.
321eLearning will provide synchronous and asynchronous learning products and services for parents, teachers and researchers who are supporting individuals with various forms of Down syndrome.
Our mission is to provide an affordable, accessible, and scalable solution to build knowledge, engagement and empowerment within the global Down syndrome community through innovative learning solutions designed to connect parents, educators, and researchers.
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