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Teaching & Learning Interchange: Pedagogy in Practice Case Studies

Source: Academic Commons

The Teaching Interchange has created a serices of case studies, crafted for new teachers, they are designed to provide a view into classroom practices that effectively integrate both subject matter and teaching standards.

The case studies feature an array of resources presented in several formats – PDF, video clips, text, and animation – packaged in an easy-to-use module that allows for plenty of exploration on the part of the student. Content focuses on teaching strategies, curriculum development, and best practices.

The site is intended for new teachers and students in teacher education programs. Registration is required for access, but a login is provided immediately upon registration.

Case studies can be viewed at http://www.teachinginterchange.org/vcs.html

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This entry was posted on August 19, 2005 by in Instructional Design.

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