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Active Learning Practice for Schools (ALPS)

ALPS is a tool and tutorial designed to help faculty understand what meaningful teaching and learning look like. Harvard Project Zero resources are provided to help teachers reflect on their teaching practice. A Collaborative Curriculum Design Tool is available to help teachers brainstorm ideas and design curriculum - to take each curriculum unit to the next level with features to organize the work, interact with a design team, and share a final draft with others. Courses are available for K-12 school teachers and administrators. Each session, participants log on to the course Web site for the current lecture, assignments and supplementary materials. Participants then work to integrate these ideas into their practice, working with them in their classroom or other educational environment. In... Show More


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Nancy J. Pelaez
Nancy J. Pelaez (Faculty)
13 years ago
A group of science teachers looked at this resource for teaching cardiovascular physiology at the secondary school level, see our Keep Toolkit Snapshot for detailed comments.

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