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Trusted Web Resources for College Professors
An idea shared by Kari Arnoldsen to help us interact with each other and maybe improve or just give oomph to our teaching practices.
John Spencer: the Creative Classroom
I want to make something each day. Sometimes I make things. Sometimes I make a difference. On a good day, I get to do both. See, I believe all children are naturally creative. Using design thinking, teachers can transform classrooms into spaces of imagination and wonder. On this channel, I create sketchy videos designed to inspire and empower teachers to bring out the maker in every student. I also create a weekly Maker Monday video that you can use with your students. I'm a former middle school teacher and current college professor as well as an an author, an artist, a blogger, and a maker. But I'm also a dad and a husband and a dreamer. Suggested by Chasey D. Mitchell, Jr.
Curriculum Internationalization Resources for Community College Educators
This website provides a way for U.S. Department of Education-designated Title VI National Resource Centers (NRCs) to share information, curricular materials, and suggestions - many of which were created by community college faculty. The site is hosted by the University of Arizona Center for Middle Eastern Studies and the Indiana University Inner Asian and Uralic National Resource Center; however, it includes resources posted by many other NRCs. Suggested by Alex Peterson
eSchool News: Student Collaboration and Outcomes
eSchool News brings you daily technology news & Innovation. Explore!
The science of everyday ethics.
Made easy, useful, and fun. Shared by Lynn Anderson.
These teaching and learning practices have been widely tested and have been shown to be beneficial for college students from many backgrounds.
NASA Wavelength: Resources for Higher Education
A full spectrum of NASA resources for Earth and space science education in higher education.
Stanford History Education Group
The Stanford History Education Group is an award-winning research and development group that comprises Stanford faculty, staff, graduate students, post-docs, and visiting scholars. SHEG seeks to improve education by conducting research, working with school districts, and reaching directly into classrooms with free materials for teachers and students. SHEG’s Reading Like a Historian curriculum and Beyond the Bubble assessments have been downloaded more than 5 million times. SHEG 's current work focuses on how young people evaluate online content. In addition to our new assessments of Civic Online Reasoning, SHEG will soon be releasing materials to help students develop the skills needed to navigate our current digital landscape.
The Literature Network
We offer searchable online literature for the student, educator, or enthusiast. To find the work you're looking for start by looking through the author index. We currently have over 3500 full books and over 4400 short stories and poems by over 260 authors. Our quotations database has over 8500 quotes, and our quiz system features over 340 quizzes.
Voice of the Shuttle (VoS)
VoS began as a a webpage for humanities research, but is very broad in it's interpretation. It also includes topics such as post industrial business theory and IT. Additionally, it houses teaching resources and conference information. Take some time to explore!
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