A form for evaluating OER materials based on Content, Accessibility, and Pedagogy. Statements are arranged in rubric style allowing for efficiency in the review process, while requiring narrative information to document the statements. Items are rated according to the mandated scale in Utah: Recommended Primary, Recommended Limited, Recommended Teacher Resource, Recommended Student Resource, Reviewed not Recommended, Not Sampled, Not Reviewed.
African Animals in Habitats An inquiry-based animal study centered around a Zoo visit of the African Continent.
Higher Ed Resource
Banana Split: To Eat or Not to Eat A history of "Banana Republics," discussing banana production, diseases, ethical consumerism, organic & conventional agriculture.
Weather Watchers How does meteorological activity impact air pollution control and prevention?
Incredible Insect Mouth A hands-on experiment type of lesson in which the children act as insects and use different tools for their "mouths".
Featured K-12 Resource
Sun Curve Design Challenge A student-teacher collaboration focusing on scientific inquiry and green design innovation to generate new ideas for sustainable agriculture.
Organic Store Wars Not long ago in a supermarket not so far away… an educational video based on Star Wars hopes to raise awareness about healthy food choices.
Top Green resources
What is 'innate behaviour'? Where does it feature in the environment? And how does it compare to 'learned behaviour? Learn about it in this video by The Virtual School.
This page documents ISKME’s 2013-2014 Open Educational Resources (OER) Fellowship Program which mentors educational leaders to champion OER into classrooms, school districts, and communities. The program runs from September until October and includes eight math teachers from Doha, Qatar.
This keynote address will include descriptions of recent innovations with the Wraparound process; in addressing poverty; integration of primary medical care and services to children with behavioral health needs; and with use of youth and family members as key staff in system of care implementation.
A lesson for orienting new students to the distance learning platform, USA Learns. The teacher goes over the class expectations and goal setting sheet, as well as helps students make an email and USA Learns account, and save this info.
During this lab students get a glimpse at the cultural importance of interpreters in a musical setting. Students also get to experience interpreting a song first hand for an audience. Students will learn how to interpret a song for others, helping their speed and accuracy improve.
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