Understanding how children learn best is an important step toward improving mathematics and science teaching. This series features seven leading educators - Eleanor Duckworth, Joseph Novak, Hubert Dyasi, Constance Kamii, Howard Gardner, Mitchel Resnick, and William Schmidt - who share their ideas on how children really learn. Explore how technology affects learning, learn to elicit and build on students' ideas, and develop strategies for inquiry-based teaching.
This video workshop on how children learn for K-12 teachers and administrators consists of eight one-hour video programs, an online workshop guide. Review the course work requirements and the workshop website for more information.
If you use a Mac computer, before enrolling in this course confirm that you can see the Annenberg video. Download and install the Flip4Mac plug-in, follow all the instructions, then close and reopen your browser. Visit this Annenberg Learner site, and watch one of the videos to verify you can see the video.
If you can watch and hear the video, go ahead and enroll in this course. If not, please do not enroll because you won't be able to see the video. We are working with Annenberg to resolve this and anticipate a solution before the end of the calendar year.
Annenberg Learner (formerly Annenberg Media) funds and distributes multimedia professional development courses and resources to advance excellent teaching in American schools. These educational video programs with coordinated web and text materials help teachers enhance their expertise in their fields and refine their teaching methods. The School of Education at Colorado State University offers graduate credit for teachers enrolled in these professional development courses. Educational video programs with coordinated interactive web and text resources form the basis for these courses and can be accessed at the Annenberg Learner website.
This course does not use RamCT. After registering, please begin viewing the videos and completing the assignments immediately after you register by accessing the supporting website:http://www.learner.org/workshops/lala/.