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Information For Students
8/39/20An Evidence Summary of Pediatric COVID-19 Literature
Deaths Hit Record High
Information For Teachers
Proposed Education Plan
Preface Ten Commandment of Education
Step 1 Community, Parents, and Students Choose and Prioritize Goals
Step 2 Structional Changes to Meet Parental Goals
Step 4 Determining Accountability
Learning Styles and Learning Self-Assessments
compiled by Georgia Perimeter College
VARK guide to learning styles, complete with questionnaire and Help sheets for studying and learning tips for each style
Teaching Math, Grades 3-5
Teaching Math, Grades 6-8
Teaching Math, Grades 9-12
Surprises in Mind video documentary on
learning mathematics for K-8
teachers and administrators shows
that mathematical creativity is
built into the brain and can
flourish under the right conditions.
College Teaching Tips/Suggestions
How Do People
This video workshop for K-12 teachers and administrators features seven leading educators who share their ideas on how children really learn. Looking at Learning…Again, Part 2
Through personal interviews, teacher discussions, and classroom video footage, this video workshop for K-12 teachers and administrators encourages educators to analyze existing theories about how children learn.
The Learning Classroom: Theory Into
Learning Science Through Inquiry
Minds of Our Own for K-12 educators and parents shows how traditional teaching methods are often built upon false assumptions about learning.
Economics Of Education
Innovative Pathways to School Leadership provides examples of successful strategies to prepare candidates for school leadership. Out of Print)
Critical Issues in School Reform for K-12 teachers administrators, and parents takes you to places where educators, parents, and civic leaders are collaborating on innovative school reform.
Climate for Change…Math Leads the Way
New American Schools: Getting Better
Successful Charter Schools profiles the successes of eight charter schools around the country. Out of Print
A Citizen's Guide to Education Reform -- School Choices is edited by Andrew Coulson is Director of the Cato Institute's Center for Educational Freedom.
Reflections on California Higher Education Today
resources for history teachers
Other Education Libraries
Special Needs Teaching and Learning
Study Hints for Sign
Language and Interpreting Students
Teaching is an art form in itself, so take these classes to continue learning and shaping the talent you already share with your students.
The Nature of Constructionist Learning. Learn about education and learning within a constructionist framework in this course. [MIT]
Gender Issues in Academics and Academia. Gender differences in learning and how it impacts the classroom experience is the focus of this class, as well as how gender issues affect those in academia. [MIT] Thinking about how I work with other professionals. This course allows self-exploration as you examine the ways you work with other teachers and administrators. It also allows for self-reflection on how to improve your working relationships while maintaining your values and beliefs. [The Open University]
Introduction to Teaching and Learning Mathematics and Science. This course takes the student through the experience of teaching and offers hands-on opportunities to learn about both teaching and the students’ learning in the classroom. This may be a good refresher course for teachers who have been out of school for a while. [MIT] Working with young people: roles and responsibilities. Learn about the different roles adults play in the life of young people, discover the role you play as a teacher, and learn to develop the role model you wish to be for your students. [The Open University]
Teaching for good behavior. This course explores the ways you can set up your lessons to engage students while minimizing problem behavior. Learn to adjust lesson format, delivery, and content for great results. [The Open University]
Evaluating school classroom discussion. Discussion is an important part of the classroom experience. Find out how to successfully implement discussion in your classroom to better facilitate the learning process for your students. [The Open University]
Enhancing pupil learning on museum visits. It’s no big news that students learn in different ways. This class helps you embrace these differing learning styles while on museum field trips. [The Open University]
Teach Global. Learn about the Teach Global program in this course where you can also find resources about the program and learn about other similar courses. [The Open University]
Introducing observational approaches in research with children and young people. Observation and research are the focus of this class where you will learn about observation as a research tool, the differences between quantitative and qualitative research, and learn the difference between describing and explaining in a research study. [The Open University]
Exploring K-12 Classroom Teaching. This course takes a look at methods of teaching student-centered classrooms while examining various student needs within those classrooms. [MIT]
How to Learn (Almost) Anything. This class looks at learning as a process through hands-on activities. You will participate in a variety of learning situations as a part of the class. [MIT]
The Creative Spark. This course teaches about the creative process–what it is, how it’s valued, and how it grows. Students will create journal writings and study artists of various media to explore creativity. [MIT]
Teaching Tools from the Internet
National Clearing House for Comprehensive School Reform provides practitioners need information on assessing needs, developing reform programs, and documenting the impact of reforms from the U.S. Department of Education. Has information to raise the academic achievement of all students.
Quality (IEQ) Project
What Works Clearinghouse US Department of Education provides a central and trusted source of scientific evidence of what works in education.
Calculating Change video documentary shows how parents and communities can promote more creative math and science education. In English and in Spanish.
Mathematics and Science for All K-12, how Montana dovetail to meet the needs of teachers and students.
Principles for Principals K-12, is to improve achievement in mathematics and science
MiddleStart is a comprehensive middle-grades improvement initiative of the Kellogg Foundation. The program combines on-site support to schools with the development of regional partnerships of schools and local organizations.
Middle School Reform
Coalition of Essential Schools
Annenberg Institute for School Reform Brown University develops, shares, and acts on knowledge that improves the conditions and outcomes of schooling in America, especially in urban communities and in schools serving disadvantaged children.
Creating Strong Supplemental Educational Services Programs shows how five school districts provided low-income children in schools in need of improvement with free tutoring and academic assistance. Video
Math and Science: What’s the Point?
Creating Strong District School Choice Programs offers real-life "lessons learned" in implementing No Child Left Behind's school choice provisions.
Mathematics Assessment for K-12
Take these courses to help strengthen your abilities as an administrator. Both your students and teachers are sure to benefit from your new knowledge.
Economics of Education. This course studies the implications of various educational issues on economics and explores such issues as the effectiveness of mid-career training for teachers and the implications of college financial aid. [MIT]
School business manager: developing the role. This British course explores the reasons that managing the school as a business has become necessary as well as effective ways do so. Much of this class can also apply to American school systems. [The Open University]
Technological Tools for School Reform. By looking at progressive charter schools, examine a case study of school reform using technology as the basis of change, look at the state of school reform, and think about ways to positively shape school reform. [MIT]
School governors: planning for improvement. This course offers suggestions for ways to plan for improvement in your school while taking into consideration the needs of all those involved from teachers to students and beyond. [The Open University]
School governors: organization and practice. This model from the UK offers an overview and roles of each player in the school governance body and provides tips on effectively using each to the best of their ability. American teachers don’t have to worry about the British content as much of the information carries over. [The Open University]
Communicating Across Cultures. As globalization has become a reality, learn its effects on society and find out how you can become more culturally sensitive to those around you, including students and teachers at your schools. [MIT]The Merrow Report Veteran NewsHour education reporter John Merrow investigates education's headline-making issues — as well as those we don't hear about — in these video documentaries for K-12 educators and parents.
Newswire from the Center for Education Reform
keeps you abreast on Charter Schools News
Reflections on California Higher Education Today
Literacy Education Updates
NCLB:Let's Get It Right
Quality in Education
Information Age Education
Teacher Magazine's Blogboard
The Quick and the Ed
This Week in Education
has a number of news letters and
other interesting information to
help with your child's education.