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Using the National Science Education Standards as their benchmark, the Learning Science organization has developed this site to bring hundreds of science-based learning tools to the general public. The LearningScience organization is a collaborative project created by individuals at the College of Education at Temple University, George Mehler, and teachers at the Central Bucks School District in...

View Resource Journal of Online Learning and Teaching

More and more educators may wish to get involved with online teaching initiatives, but they may not be sure where to start. That's where the Journal of Online Learning and Teaching (JOLT) steps in to provide a bit of assistance. JOLT is published four times a year, and its objectives are to enable faculty to use technology effectively in teaching and learning and also to enable academic programs...

View Resource Podcasts from the University of Oxford

The University of Oxford offers free podcasts of lectures by Oxford professors on this very fine website. Nine different divisions of the University are represented, including the Humanities, Medical Sciences, Continuing Education, and Life Sciences. By clicking on "show media items" under the description of each lecture, you can see all the titles in the lecture series, and choose from there....

View Resource Methods of Engaging Students at the Start of Class

Kerry L. Cheesman of Capital University has created this article that suggests many helpful strategies to engage students. It focuses on Engagement from the 5-E Learning Cycle. While mostly aimed at instructors, this paper could be a useful resource for anyone looking to "break the ice" at a presentation. The resource mentions ideas such as joke, cartoons, poems, songs, demonstrations, current...

View Resource Providing Feedback to Improve K-20 Science and Mathematics Instruction Documents

This workshop from the 2006 PTEC Conference discusses the use of video and class observations for improving instruction. It presents the goals for classroom reform and outlines the Reformed Teaching Observation Protocol (RTOP) as a tool for this change.

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