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This course is for anyone in higher education who is interested in engaging in their own analytics project.

Would you or your organisation like to build a massive open online course (MOOC) but can't afford the investment? Well, it may be much cheaper than you think. Let this group of experienced developers show you how it can be done on a budget.

The Ohio State University's College of Education and Human Ecology created this course as a resource for OSU teacher candidates. Now, it’s available to all education licensure candidates in Ohio who want to learn more about Ohio Department of Education standards.

Are you an aspiring or novice teacher? This course will help to prepare you to pass your content knowledge exam for teacher certification or licensure.

Faculty in any discipline will be initiated into the mysteries of open educational resources (OER): what they are, where to find them, and how to use and share them.

Learn about the value data brings to improve education and evaluate recommendations for addressing privacy concerns while promoting effective data use in this self-paced course.

Learn about how PISA and the OECD Test for Schools (based on PISA) data can be used to improve U.S Education.

This course explores the key components of economic mobility and how access to high quality education systems and diverse educational offerings are a key factor in ensuring all students have equal opportunity to climb the economic ladder.

Data shows that nearly ninety percent of students who fail to graduate high school were struggling readers in third grade. A Comprehensive K-3 Reading Policy establishes intensive reading intervention for K-3 students who are at risk of reading failure to help ensure they read on grade level by the end of third grade.

In this self-paced course you will learn about the threat a failing education system poses to US National Security and the urgent need for education reform.

Have you ever wanted to have more one-on-one time with students, to engage students in their own learning, or to give students choice around path and pace? If you answered yes to one or more of these questions, this course is for you.

When rolling out blended/personalized learning in your classroom or school, there are three key pieces: space, routines, and culture. This course will give you concrete strategies to start rolling out theses key components and blending your practice today.

In a blended/personalized classroom, data can be overwhelming. This course will give you the tools you need to focus your data analysis, so you can provide a more personalized experience for each student.

You’re currently blending your curriculum and have seen how personalization helps push student growth, agency, engagement, and much more. Now it’s your turn to start sharing your best practices, become a blended leader, and extend your reach.

Develop an action plan to help identify which of your online students might be at-risk (before they fail or withdraw) and determine the best way to support these students.

If you think praising your child by telling them, "You're so smart" will help build their confidence and ensure their future success, think again. This course will open your eyes to what it really takes to help your child grow and thrive.

For students and staff, school climate can spell the difference between success and failure or job satisfaction and burnout. Learn science-based approaches to ensure that your school climate brings out the best in all members of your school community.

This course is for teachers and designers who want learn how to use basic HTML and media content so they can take their Canvas courses to the next level.

Learn what educators (especially those who use project-based learning) need to know about using and sharing creative work in ways that are legal and ethical, both in the classroom and online. Also, learn how to teach these essential digital citizenship skills to students.

Have you ever been frustrated with group work? Why do we "break" into groups anyway? Maybe a better way to think about group work is to "unbreak" into groups.