- Course type: Self-paced
- Available Lessons: 225
- Average Lesson Length: 8 min
Eligible for Certificate: Yes
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Course SummaryThis resources for teachers course offers you supplemental information and exciting ideas to enhance your current curriculum. These innovative lessons offer suggestions, strategies, and additional tools to enrich your classroom instruction and teaching skills.
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About This Course
Whether you have been teaching for 10 years or if this is your first semester, all instructors need teaching resources to help design better lesson plans that will improve the learning experience. Designed by seasoned teachers, this course provides an extensive overview of practical tips, ideas, and strategies for teaching different subjects.
How It Works
Read through these well-organized text lessons. Find major topics by looking for the section headers, and identify important keywords that are highlighted in bold font. Some lessons also include video components and other handy visual aids.
This course includes:
- Brief text lessons designed to inspire you with ideas for activities in the classroom
- Clearly labeled lessons, so you can find exactly which resource you need
- Lesson quizzes that can help you evaluate how well you comprehend the information
- Chapter exams to verify your understanding across all included subjects
- An end exam that measures your retention of these suggestions, ideas, and activities
How It Helps
- Provides useful strategies: Well-researched lessons help teachers incorporate effective instruction strategies into their classrooms.
- Reduces planning time: Using the ideas from this course as a teaching resource will help teachers save time as they plan out daily activities and lessons for students.
- Caters to multiple learners: Instead of instructional strategies that only address one type of learner, these ideas will help teachers reach a broader range of learners.
|Teaching Math: Questions, Problems & Drills||Approaching mathematics by memorization drills, asking questions, and giving example problems|
|Teaching Math: Games & Activities||Incorporating activities and games for math instruction|
|Lesson Plan Templates & Examples||Using different example templates for lesson planning|
|Teaching English: Questions, Prompts & Project Ideas||Utilizing ideas for projects, writing prompts, and questions during English classes|
|Integrated Curriculum Resources||Identifying resource options for integrated curriculum design|
|Teaching Foreign Language: Games & Activities||Designing foreign language lessons around activities and games|
|Teaching English: Games & Activities||Creating activities and games that enhance English lessons|
|Teaching History: Games & Activities||Using game-play and related activities for teaching history|
|Teaching Science: Games & Activities||Experimenting with games and other activities during science classes|
|Rubrics for Teachers||Benefits and disadvantages of using rubrics|
|School Bulletin Board Ideas||Techniques for better utilization of school bulletin boards|
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