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Instructional Resources - Chapter Summary
This chapter lists useful instructional resources and explains their classroom applications and benefits. As you progress through this collection of short lessons, you'll become familiar with instructional resources for instructional design, differentiated instruction and more. When you're finished with the chapter, you should be equipped to:
- Use curriculum materials and teaching resources in instructional design
- Select evidence-based differentiated instruction resources
- Support student learning through various instructional resources
When you're finished with a lesson, try the accompanying self-assessment quiz to make sure you fully understand the material. The chapter is entirely self-paced, and you can access it using your desktop, laptop, tablet or smartphone. Be sure to take the chapter exam and submit questions to our instructors if you need any extra help.
1. Teaching Resources & Curriculum Materials in Instructional Design
Successful teachers design rich learning opportunities for students. This lesson identifies and discusses the use of teaching resources and curriculum materials to design learning experiences.
2. Selecting Evidence-Based Resources for Differentiated Instruction
In this lesson, you will learn how to select evidence-based resources for differentiated instruction, including methods for locating, creating, and evaluating materials.
3. Using Instructional Resources to Support Student Learning
In this lesson, you'll learn how teaching assistants can use instructional tools, like multimedia, libraries, dictionaries, and manipulatives to improve student learning. We'll give examples of how to use these tools in reading, writing, and math curriculum.
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