Be less of a teacher and more of a mentor by turning traditional lecture-based instruction on its head. This list of resources — everything from interactive practice sets to instructional videos to whiteboard tools — help students learn new things at home, freeing up classroom time for clarification, exploration, and creation.
I’m not sure if these are in any sort of order, but I think it’s a graphic worth taking a look at.
March 23, 2013 By: Lisa Nielsen
If you are looking for some good brief videos to supplement your course content, check out Crash Courses’ videos on US History, World History, Chemistry, Biology, Ecology, and Literature. The videos are usually only 11-13 minutes in length, have great imagery, and provide accurate information in a thoughtful way. While it won’t replace a week’s worth of lesson plans, it is a great supplement to course content. Check out their YouTube Channel and follow them on twitter.