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Exploring the science concepts in force and motion leads teachers to a deeper understanding that will help them engage students in their own explorations. Science and education experts guide teachers through essential topics including gravity, friction, air resistance, magnetism, and tension.
Extensive footage shot in real classrooms shows students learning and building on ideas as they explore the relationships among motion, force, size, mass, and speed. Teachers are compelled to think about your own ideas on force and motion as they watch the students develop understanding through activities that connect science concepts to real-world phenomena.
This workshop for K-8 teachers consists of eight one-hour video programs, an online workshop guide. Review the course work requirements and the supporting website for more information.
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.