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.
This short course will provide an introductory, hands-on introduction to statistics used in educational research and evaluation. Participants will learn statistical concepts, principles, and procedures by building Excel spreadsheets from scratch in a guided learning approach using very short video-based tutorials.
Embark on a journey to explore the nature of leadership and the skills you can develop to lead and influence others in higher education. The journey will be personal to you: your context, your ambitions, your values.
Teaching Flipped gives university faculty an introduction to the ins and outs of teaching with a flipped, hybrid, or online MOOC-type classroom. We will cover the basics of flipped/hybrid/MOOC classes, what is known and not known in the literature, and where these learning methods are heading, how to develop the online (video) content as well as the in class active learning activities, ways to think about and organize your course, and how to assess both the students and your teaching.
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.
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.
Explorations are classroom-embedded professional development experiences for K-12 teachers. Through the Discussion Group for this Exploration, you’ll share questions, reflections, and resources with other teachers who are teaching communicating in mathematics.
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.