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Pedagogy in Practice: Video Case Studies of Teaching Science; Pedagogy in Practice: Video Case Studies of Teaching Math; Strategies in Practice Resource Guide

        

Pedagogy in Practice: Video Case Studies of Teaching Science; Pedagogy in Practice: Video Case Studies of Teaching Math; Strategies in Practice Resource Guide

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To address the critical teacher shortage in math and science, the Teaching and Learning Interchange grant produced three products: two series of online video case studies of accomplished teaching and a resource guide explaining the techniques, ideas for engaging students, assessing learning progress, creating and maintaining a classroom conducive to learning, along with  strategies for working with English Learners and Special needs students.  Originally conceived for use with pre-service and... More
Material Type: Case Study
Date Added to MERLOT: March 17, 2004
Date Modified in MERLOT: April 10, 2014
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Submitter: Pamela Redmond

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Primary Audience: College General Ed, Graduate School, Professional, Middle School, College Upper Division, High School
Mobile Compatibility: Not specified at this time
Technical Requirements: Registration with instant login required. Uses Flash player. Popup blocker software may block the videos from loading; disabling the blocker will correct the problem.
Language: English
Material Version: 3.0
Cost Involved: no
Source Code Available: no
Accessiblity Information Available: no
Creative Commons: unsure

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Avatar for Lauren Lunsford
2 years ago

Lauren Lunsford (Faculty)

These videos are great for all teachers.  So many videos are geared towards English/History teachers and it's great to see some good materials for science and math teachers.  I'll be using this in my generic methods class.

Time spent reviewing site: an hour

Avatar for Angel Serran
4 years ago

Angel Serran (Student)

When I came across the material, I spent about an hour watching the videos and reading the steps to becoming an effective teacher. The quality of the content presents teaching methods that are significant to those who plan on being teachers. Although the material focuses on mathematics and science, even those who want to teach in other areas have advantages while watching the videos. The videos present a foundation that I feel beginning teachers should follow. As a student who is working towards a degree in education, I found the material very effective for students as well. As a student, I learned that reflecting on what I learn each day is a great way to absorb new knowledge. For everyone that takes the time to review this material will find it easy to work and extremely useful.

Avatar for Esperanza Zenon
5 years ago

Esperanza Zenon (Faculty)

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Avatar for Flora McMartin
9 years ago

Flora McMartin (Staff)

this is a snapshot describing the development of video case studies of accomplished teaching to support teacher development in the areas of math and science.

http://www.cfkeep.org/html/snapshot.php?id=68509521
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Avatar for David Georgi
10 years ago

David Georgi (Faculty)

This portal is the best interface I've seen for allowing access to online videos
and other resources for science teachers. It is easy to use and provides layers
of information that are extremely easy to navigate to.

Technical Remarks:

The use of flash makes the videos and web pages load quickly. Pop up blockers
must be off.
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