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Obtaining a single subject credential in mathematics enables you to teach mathematics in middle and high schools. To earn... see more

The University of California, Irvine Extension, supported by generous grants from the William and Flora Hewlett... see more

This Merlot submission involves a description of a Moodle Page for students of Chemistry 102 at California State... see more

This module provides information on curriculum concepts, issues and process at various levels of education. It provides... see more

'Recognizing the growth of technology use in early learning settings, the U.S. Department of Education and U.S.... see more

This course is developed to satisfy the California Commission of Teaching Credentialing requirements for teacher... see more

'The toolkit provides rubrics, checklists and examples to assist district teams as they develop, refine, and evaluate... see more

As districts struggle with dwindling budgets and staggering layoffs, schools are finding it harder to sustain and further... see more

Open Pedagogy promotes high-quality research and best practice(s). Google for Education is partnering with organizations... see more

A cursory examination of major learning theories and their impact on instructional design, 21st century skills... see more

This page explains the metacognitive learning theory created by John H. Flavell. Application to 21st century learning is... see more

'This is a textbook created and edited as part of an education course, ECI 301, at Old Dominion University in Norfolk,... see more

Digital history is an approach to examining and representing the past that takes advantage of new communication... see more

The result of a long-term study of one university's introductory composition program, Broad's approach to mapping the... see more

Gary Van Sise, director of Educational Technologies and Jarrod McFarlane, manager of Audio Visual Services, discuss... see more

Calculator in the set of the natural numbers (ℕ). And is able to write all the natural numbers with words. When the... see more

Balance fractions. Reduce fractions Add fractions Weigh fractions. Balance a fractions balance scale. (division of... see more

Joe Lauher, a professor of chemistry at Stony Brook, describes how he and a team of his colleagues transformed their... see more

Dr. Collins, an associate professor in Neurobiology and Behavior, discusses the use of automated lecture recording... see more

This document is a summary of many pivotal articles in the field of inclusion for students with mild to severe... see more

After viewing the lesson, students will be able to describe John Dewey's theories and identify their impact on education.

The Open Pedagogy Notebook, created and curated by two Open Education experts Robin DeRosa and Rajiv Jhangiana, informs... see more

The "Digital Divide" describes the gap between individuals and communities with greater and lesser access to technology... see more

Website that discusses school reform, progressive education and appropriate classroom activities.