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So many free and open educational resources exist on the Internet that can be utilized to enhance learning activities. What is an open educational resource? Open Educational Resources (OER) are teaching and learning materials that are free of copyright or license and publicly available online for anyone to use. OERs include full courses, course modules, lectures, lesson plans, homework assignments, tests, lab and classroom activities, games, simulations, and more. OERs can be correlated to existing curriculum maps and used to supplement or reinforce lesson plans. Some best practices for the curation of open educational resources include: Consider contexts of the content Identify the type of resource (media, text, or classroom materials) Validate the resource based on core competencies, outcomes, and/or objectives Evaluate the resource based on the 5 Rs criteria: retention, reuse, revise, remix, and redistribute View the video below to learn more about OERs and how they can be correlated to your existing curriculum. Find Review Evaluate Tie to standards or lesson plans https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bViSNnE662c
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When teachers and educational publishers pay attention to misconceptions in math they will be going a long way towards helping students.
A more hands-on approach to learning in schools aids children in imagining a completely new reality that they can strive toward.
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Classroom teachers should understand how technology has changed the way students learn in the classroom.
A situation that is described as "organized chaos" is a outsider that cannot see any specific pattern by which to describe the events transpiring.