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Peggy Brookins and Raymond James help students apply knowledge of trigonometric functions to the live testing of quad copters. This is a useful for exercise for applying mathematical knowledge to real world situations.

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Trigonometry
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08/01/2014
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Ms. DiMaggio's 4th graders explore the essential but complex concepts of revolution, reaction, and reform. They begin with what she calls a "Quick Write" in which students independently write about anything they know about the three given words. Students then discuss what they've written in small groups. Next, students rotate around the room in teams to analyze photos of historical events responding in writing with ŇI see. . . I think. . . I wonder. . .. Ms. DiMaggio was careful in selecting a wide variety of photos to post given the complexity of these concepts and to address possible misconceptions or limits to understanding. For example, some students initially focused on the word ŇrevolutionÓ being related to war or the 1800's. When they analyzed a photo of technology, they quickly realized a broader definition of "revolution".

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Language, Grammar and Vocabulary
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Teaching Channel
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02/26/2013
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National Board Certified teacher Marlo Warburton introduces a fresh approach to teaching the notoriously difficult "mixture" word problems for Algebra I. Using an in-class demonstration and incorporating basic physics principles of weight and distance, Ms. Warburton helps her students visualize, solve -- and even enjoy! -- these challenging problems.

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Education
Algebra
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Teaching Channel
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11/01/2012
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In this four part series, we visit the classrooms of two partner teachers who plan all their lessons together but have totally different styles inside the classroom. See the same lesson unfold in each class, the class structures used by each teacher, and the group work formats used by each.

Subject:
Education
Algebra
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Teaching Channel
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Teaching Channel
Author:
Julian Jones
Marlo Warburton
11/02/2012
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In this four part series, we visit the classrooms of two partner teachers who plan all their lessons together but have totally different styles inside the classroom. See the same lesson unfold in each class, the class structures used by each teacher, and the group work formats used by each.

Subject:
Education
Algebra
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Lesson Plan
Teaching/Learning Strategy
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Teaching Channel
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Teaching Channel
Author:
Julian Jones
Marlo Warburton
11/02/2012
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In this four part series, we visit the classrooms of two partner teachers who plan all their lessons together but have totally different styles inside the classroom. See the same lesson unfold in each class, the class structures used by each teacher, and the group work formats used by each.

Subject:
Education
Algebra
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Teaching/Learning Strategy
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Teaching Channel
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Teaching Channel
Author:
Julian Jones
Marlo Warburton
11/02/2012
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In this four part series, we visit the classrooms of two partner teachers who plan all their lessons together but have totally different styles inside the classroom. See the same lesson unfold in each class, the class structures used by each teacher, and the group work formats used by each.

Subject:
Education
Algebra
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Lesson Plan
Teaching/Learning Strategy
Provider:
Teaching Channel
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Teaching Channel
Author:
Julian Jones
Marlo Warburton
11/02/2012
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Algebra teachers, Juliana Jones and Marlo Warburton, have common philosophies and expectations in their algebra classrooms but use their own unique teaching styles and structures to create consistent experiences for students. Collaboration is an important part of that process and allows teachers to provide common learning experiences in their classrooms despite different teaching styles and structures. This video takes a look at the warm-up, lesson, strategies for group work, classroom expectations and routines to discuss commonalities but also identify ways in which each teacher personalizes their classrooms based on their own teaching style and personality.

Subject:
Algebra
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Teaching Channel
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Teaching Channel
Author:
Marlo Warburton, Juliana Jones,
11/02/2012
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Algebra I teacher Carl Munn moves his students through a lesson on the distributive property. Rather than teaching students only how to use it, he focuses on helping students understand why and when distribution is needed. The lesson begins with note taking during which students use the Cornell note-taking strategy. Guided practice follows during which Mr. Munn's focus is assessment. Both he and the students assess what they are getting and not getting before moving on to the final lesson component of independent practice.

Subject:
Algebra
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Teaching/Learning Strategy
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Teaching Channel
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Teaching Channel
02/26/2013
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FACES is a partnership between Oakland and Berkeley public schools and Children's Hospital Oakland. The program helps prepare at-risk kids for entry into college and the health professions through a multitude of services based at the hospital. FACES has already changed the lives of many young people who live in one of the most violent communities in America.

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Education
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Teaching Channel
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Teaching Channel
11/02/2012
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"Mouse Squad" is a group of 4th to 8th graders who support their school's technology needs. These kids maintain and service their school's computers, gain technical skills, and learn lessons about professionalism and working together. Rounding things out with field trips to nearby Silicon Valley, there's no question that "geeks are the new cool."

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Education
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Teaching/Learning Strategy
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Teaching Channel
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Teaching Channel
11/02/2012
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The Spanish Language Immersion School is a public school with dedicated educators and committed parents who are creating an extraordinary experience for kids from K to Grade 5. Students arrive speaking English as their dominant language. They leave fluent in Spanish, but also filled with knowledge about various cultures, practiced in diversity, and possessing real skills that give them an educational and career advantage.

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Languages
Education
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Teaching Channel
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Teaching Channel
11/02/2012
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Ms. Berkowitz and Coleytown Middle School students prepare for a class discussion comparing the tone/theme of two different poems by systematically breaking down the individual poems using the SIFT method (symbolism, imagery, figurative language, tone/theme). Working independently, students identify examples of the first three components before making decisions about the overall tone and theme of the work. In small groups, students then discuss their findings and compare elements of the two poems. Ms. Berkowitz transitions to a larger class discussion by focusing on the differing tone and theme found in the poems and sharing how literary elements contribute to understanding the tone/theme.

Subject:
Arts and Humanities
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Teaching/Learning Strategy
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Teaching Channel
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Teaching Channel
02/26/2013
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This 5-minute video features 5th grade teacher Ms. Brewer at work with English language learners teaching them to discuss, analyze, and write about an informational text. We see her planning a series of lessons, engaging her students, and explaining how her lessons address the Common Core Standards across ELA.

Subject:
Arts and Humanities
Material Type:
Teaching/Learning Strategy
Provider:
Teaching Channel
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Teaching Channel
09/05/2012
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As part of a unit on neuroscience, 6th graders in Channa Comer's class work in teams to design football helmets to protect against brain injury. Using eggs to model the brain, groups design helmets that will keep the egg from cracking. Channa takes her class through the steps that engineers use when working on a design, from brainstorming to final testing. The students work within two constraints-- the helmet has to stay on the head and the helmet has to prevent the skull from cracking. After the groups work together to design helmets, they test, revise, and retest their designs as necessary.

Subject:
Engineering
Material Type:
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Teaching/Learning Strategy
Provider:
Teaching Channel
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Teaching Channel
02/26/2013
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Principals and fine arts teachers from various schools in New York City demonstrate their commitment to providing arts education to their students. They explain how dance, drama, improv and music give students the opportunity to express themselves and to communicate with others in different, meaningful ways.The principals and teachers find significant value in exposing students to a variety of artistic avenues and find it enhances their performance in academic areas such as math, language arts, and science. Thus, despite major budget cuts, they have found ways to maintain their commitment to providing students with rich experiences in arts education.

Subject:
Arts and Humanities
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Teaching/Learning Strategy
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Teaching Channel
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Teaching Channel
02/25/2013
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Ms. Schaefer leads her 12th grade ELA students through a critical analysis of Atul Gawandes 'The Case of the Red Leg' through careful sequencing of questions.Initial questions ask students to react to the content of the text, forming and justifying their own opinions or perspective. This allows a maximum number of students to access the content and increases participation in the discussion. Questions then address the broader meaning of the text, using students understanding of the content to develop meaning and consider alternative points of view. Finally, questions focus on the style of writing and how stylistic elements contribute to the meaning found in the text.Structuring questions systematically gives students a tool for analyzing literature apart from the classroom so that their analysis is not dependent on teacher facilitation. Explicitly teaching students how to question is just as important as the analysis.

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Arts and Humanities
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Teaching/Learning Strategy
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Teaching Channel
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Teaching Channel
02/26/2013
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Evaluator Renee OLeary visits teacher Lori Diamond to observe a lesson on red herrings. The two debrief after the lesson. Renee suggests that Lori practice monitoring the pacing of her lessons and try breaking up her own routine. In four weeks, Renee will be back to observe another lesson. Meanwhile, Lori works with coach Joanna Miller to get more ideas. She tries working with reluctant writers in small groups among other things. When Renee returns to her classroom, she sees Lori try a new format for her class with students working in groups in a lesson that incorporates visual media.

Subject:
Arts and Humanities
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Teaching/Learning Strategy
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Teaching Channel
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Teaching Channel
02/25/2013
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Beth Sonnenberg brings nutrition and healthy eating habits to the art of Haiku. Her students eat several types of fruit, use sensory descriptive words to detail their reactions, and translate the experience into their own Haikus.

Subject:
Arts and Humanities
Language, Grammar and Vocabulary
Nutrition
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Lesson Plan
Teaching/Learning Strategy
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Teaching Channel
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Teaching Channel
11/01/2012
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Nicholas Carlisle, Executive Director of No Bully, works with parents of Alvarado Elementary School in San Francisco, California, to share information about bullying and to devise and practice strategies for bully-proofing their children.Mr. Carlisle begins by defining the repetitive nature of bullying and looks specifically at four different kinds of bullying: physical, verbal, social/relational, and cyberbullying. Identifies best practices and preventative measures to help prevent bullying.Mr. Broecker, principal, tells parents about a group at the school focused on addressing the subject of bullying at school. He urges parents to join teachers and staff at Alvarado Elementary working with a group called PEACE (Practicing Empathy and Caring with Everyone).Addressing the larger question of how parents might bully-proof their children is the focus of much of the discussion. Mr. Carlisle asks parents to become a solution-coach, balancing both the use of empathy and setting limits and establishing consequences so that students are better prepared to deal with bullying in their lives.In small groups, parents practice what they have heard by discussing bullying scenarios and how they would help their child in specific bullying situations. This is followed by group discussion where parents share ideas for certain scenarios.

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Arts and Humanities
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Teaching/Learning Strategy
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Teaching Channel
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Teaching Channel
02/26/2013
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Kindergarten teacher Heather Lopez works with her students on consonant-vowel-consonant (C-V-C) single-syllable words as they learn to read. Some students need to sound out some of the words while others are already able to blend the onset with the rime. Ms. Lopez holds up a word for the students to read and then act out. She uses this process first for whole group guided practice. She then calls on individual students to read the word and has the whole class act it out as a means of helping them remember the word's meaning. Calling on individual students helps her informally assess where each students is at in their language development and specifically their ability to blend the onset and the rime.

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Arts and Humanities
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Teaching Channel
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Teaching Channel
02/26/2013
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During the pre-lab, students are asked to read a brief article about photosynthesis and complete a KWL chart to identify their own knowledge and understanding coming into the experiment. Based on what they wish to learn, they create a problem statement that will become the basis for their experiments design.In collaborative groups, students write procedures, conduct their experiment, collect and record data and prepare for the final, reflective portion of the experience. During this phase, students determine the validity of their evidence and determine whether or not it supports their hypothesis. To improve future experiences, they also reflect upon how to make their data better and how to improve their use of the scientific process.

Subject:
Geometry
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Lesson Plan
Teaching/Learning Strategy
Provider:
Teaching Channel
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Teaching Channel
02/26/2013
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Third grade teacher, Lori Sinclair, seeks the advice of instructional expert, Jim Knight, in an effort to improve classroom management and maximize student engagement.Lori and Jim analyze her daily procedures and routines and uncover three important takeaways that contribute to the positive culture of her classroom. A morning meeting helps Lori gauge studentsŐ state of mind and gives students an opportunity to ÔdecompressŐ before they focus on learning. Additional opportunities for student self-reflection also provide Ms. Sinclair with important information before proceeding with the lesson.Specific procedures and clear expectations, practiced consistently, contribute to smooth transitions, high student engagement and allow Lori to maximize her instructional minutes. All of this is tied together by a high ratio of positive to negative interactions that Lori purposely creates throughout the day. This positive feedback helps to create a safe environment and communicates expectations to students consistently.

Subject:
Arts and Humanities
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Lesson Plan
Teaching/Learning Strategy
Provider:
Teaching Channel
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Teaching Channel
02/26/2013
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Tenth grade Geometry teacher Irina Kimyagarov models the "Carousel" activity with her students as they work in collaborative groups on geometric transformations. Ms. Kimyagarov prepared four work stations through which the groups will rotate. Each station is equipped with clear instructions so students understand what is expected during each two-minute rotation/round. Each member of the group completes a part of the task during each round. Irina shares that this collaboration allows students to work four math problems in the time it normally takes them to work one.

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Teaching Channel
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Teaching Channel
02/26/2013
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Principal Giselle McGee from PS 58 in Brooklyn, New York, and Aron Chizik, History teacher at West Islip High School, Long Island, New York, are first time attendees at the annual Celebration of Teaching and Learning Conference in New York City, produced by WNET, the premier public media provider of the New York City metropolitan area and parent company of public television stations. This video follows McGee and Chizik during their conference experience and upon their return to their schools to share and implement their learning.WNET provides innovative educational outreach at both the local and national levels.

Subject:
Arts and Humanities
Material Type:
Lesson Plan
Teaching/Learning Strategy
Provider:
Teaching Channel
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Teaching Channel
02/25/2013
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Over the course of four years, Longfellow Middle School has changed its message to students from ŇDont be a bully!Ó to ŇBe an ally!Ó in an effort to change student attitudes toward bullying. Activities during the month of October are aimed at changing the school climate incrementally, one student at a time.October kicks off an anti-bullying campaign that focuses on the positive behaviors exhibited by student allies in combating the difficult situation of bullying. An eighth grade leadership team conducts a workshop with classes throughout the school focusing on the different roles of bullies, allies and bystanders and how each contributes to a given situation. Using skits and small group discussions, students share experiences and brainstorm possible actions that will reduce or stop instances of bullying.When students are not comfortable intervening, they are encouraged to get help from an adult. In these instances, counselors conduct mediation with involved students and seek to define specific roles as allies instead of contributing to a given problem. Mediation is followed up by a written agreement and the counselor checks in with each student to monitor the situation.

Subject:
Arts and Humanities
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Lesson Plan
Teaching/Learning Strategy
Provider:
Teaching Channel
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Teaching Channel
02/26/2013
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Ryan Berger is in the middle of his first year as a new Kindergarten teacher. He asks Jim Knight to observe a lesson and share strategies to help him specifically with transitioning students between centers. Mr. Knight looks for classroom management strategies he can recommend to help Mr. Berger improve class structure.Mr. Berger shares that transitioning from working with 5th graders to kindergarteners has been stressful and some of the strategies he previously used do not work as well with kindergarteners.Time used during transitions is a major focus of the discussion. They discuss ways to address content during transitions in order to make effective use of time. Finally, they discuss the importance for taking a step back to observe what students are doing well and what needs to be clarified.

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Teaching/Learning Strategy
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Teaching Channel
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02/26/2013
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Suney Park wants her students to know that what they learn in class is relevant to their lives and the world. In this introduction, she shows us how her students come up with a plan to recreate the Earth and its atmosphere and test their own hypotheses about rising CO2 levels.

Subject:
Environmental Science
Education
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Lesson Plan
Teaching/Learning Strategy
Provider:
Teaching Channel
Provider Set:
Teaching Channel
Author:
Suney Park
11/02/2012
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Suney Park's hands-on activity has her students making the greenhouse effect happen in a model. Using a light bulb for the sun, they create different control groups that imitate Earth's atmosphere with the help of a soda bottle. This adds up to a meaningful experience that connects what students learn in class to real-world events.

Subject:
Environmental Science
Education
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Lesson Plan
Teaching/Learning Strategy
Provider:
Teaching Channel
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Teaching Channel
Author:
Suney Park
11/02/2012
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After a month studying climate change, students create models of the earth and its atmosphere, and design experiments to test the variables involved in climate change. Students write their own driving questions, develop hypotheses, and build the models to use in their experiments.

Subject:
Environmental Science
Education
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Teaching/Learning Strategy
Provider:
Teaching Channel
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Teaching Channel
Author:
Suney Park
11/02/2012
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Suney Park has her class of scientists set up their experiments step-by-step. Even though it can be chaotic and mistakes can be made, there is purpose and meaning to having the kids be responsible for all aspects of the experiment and the learning that goes on in that process.

Subject:
Environmental Science
Education
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Lesson Plan
Teaching/Learning Strategy
Provider:
Teaching Channel
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Teaching Channel
Author:
Suney Park
11/02/2012
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Instructional expert Jim Knight visits Chris Korinek to observe his social science classroom. Chris and Jim discuss scaffolding techniques, and when to use closed versus open questions.

Subject:
Education
Economics
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Lesson Plan
Teaching/Learning Strategy
Provider:
Teaching Channel
Provider Set:
Teaching Channel
Author:
Chris Korinek, Jim Knight
11/02/2012
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Visit English and math classrooms who have already begun to adapt to the new Common Core standards. See what changes teachers are making in their practice to adapt to the new standards.

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Arts and Humanities
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Lesson Plan
Teaching/Learning Strategy
Provider:
Teaching Channel
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Teaching Channel
02/25/2013
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This 14-minute video for educators introduces working with Common Core standards for English and math. How will teaching to the Common Core affect teaching practice in the classroom? Teachers and Principals discuss the opportunities Common Core offers to their students and to their own focus and teaching practice.

Subject:
Arts and Humanities
Education
Elementary Education
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Teaching/Learning Strategy
Provider:
Teaching Channel
Provider Set:
Teaching Channel
09/05/2012
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This 14-minute video lesson for high school educators introduces working with Common Core Standards. How will teaching to the Common Core affect teaching practice in the classroom? How can teachers help students learn to apply math and think about problem solving outside the math classroom? What does an emphasis on “depth” look like in practice? How can teachers make adapting to the Common Core a reflection point in their own practice? Teachers and principals discuss the opportunities Common Core offers for their students and for their own focus and teaching practice.

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Arts and Humanities
Material Type:
Teaching/Learning Strategy
Provider:
Teaching Channel
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Teaching Channel
09/06/2012
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Visit English and math classrooms who have already begun to adapt to the new Common Core standards. See what changes teachers are making in their practice to adapt to the new standards.

Subject:
Arts and Humanities
Material Type:
Lesson Plan
Teaching/Learning Strategy
Provider:
Teaching Channel
Provider Set:
Teaching Channel
02/25/2013
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This 14-minute video lesson for middle school educators introduces working with Common Core State Standards. How will teaching to the Common Core affect teaching practice in the classroom? See how Common Core has affected teaching and learning at two pilot schools where they have already been adapted. Does the dialogue in the pilot school math classroom sound like your classroom now? What has the culture shift been like for teachers and students? How will the shift in emphasis on non-fiction reading and expository and persuasive writing benefit students? Teachers and principals discuss the opportunities Common Core offers for their students and for their own focus and teaching practice.

Subject:
Arts and Humanities
Material Type:
Teaching/Learning Strategy
Provider:
Teaching Channel
Provider Set:
Teaching Channel