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MAE14033: The Missing Link: Essential Concepts for Middle School Math Teachers - Patterns and Functions
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Credit Hours: 2.5

In this two-part course, Master Teacher Jan Robinson and Workshop Guide Shannon C'de Baca lead a group of "learner teachers" as they investigate a series of hands-on problems. In the "Discovery" portion of this course, educators use real-life problems and experiments to gather and display experimental data in graphs and tables. They then analyze the resulting patterns to make predictions and develop algebraic equations. In this follow-up video, "In Practice", educators discuss the experience of teaching the Patterns & Functions lessons in their classrooms.  

MAE14034: The Missing LInk: Essential Concepts for Middle School Math Teachers - Polygons and Angles
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Credit Hours: 2.5

In this two-part course, Master Teacher Jan Robinson and Workshop Guide Shannon C'de Baca lead a group of "learner teachers" as they investigate a series of hands-on problems. Short visits to schools in Illinois show how the lessons work in actual middle school classrooms. After taking the lessons back to their own classes, the learner teachers return to the studio a few months later to discuss their experiences and learn new instructional and assessment techniques.

MAE14035: The Missing Link: Essential Concepts for Middle School Math Teachers - Sampling and Probability
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Credit Hours: 2

In this two-part course, Master Teacher Jan Robinson and Workshop Guide Shannon C'de Baca lead a group of "learner teachers" as they investigate a series of hands-on problems. Short visits to schools in Illinois show how the lessons work in actual middle school classrooms. After taking the lessons back to their own classes, the Learner Teachers return to the studio a few months later to discuss their experiences and learn new instructional and assessment techniques. 

MAG14084: Intensive Interventions for Students Struggling in Reading and Mathematics
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Credit Hours: 1

Welcome to Intensive Interventions for Students Struggling in Reading and Mathematics. This course is a series of four modules based on the practice guide,Intensive Interventions for Students Struggling in Reading and Mathematics. It provides research-based guidance for intensifying instruction in reading and mathematics for students with significant learning difficulties, including students with disabilities, in kindergarten through grade twelve.

MAJ14039: GeoGebra for Mathematics Teachers and Students - Using GeoGebra in the Middle Grades
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Credit Hours: 2

Harding University's STEM Center for Math and Science Education "Using GeoGebra in the Middle Grades" is designed to show teachers how to download and use GeoGebra as a tool in teaching topics such as properties of geometric shapes, angles and transformations. Participants will also learn how to create figures in GeoGebra for use in other applications such as PowerPoint or Word documents.

MAJ14040: GeoGebra for Mathematics Teachers and Students - Using GeoGebra in High School Geometry
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Credit Hours: 2

Harding University's STEM Center for Math and Science Education (CMSE) designed "Using GeoGebra in High School Geometry" as a tool to teach topics such as properties of geometric shapes, angles, and transformations. This course also helps educators learn how to create figures in GeoGebra for use in other applications such as PowerPoint and Microsoft Word documents.

MAJ14041: GeoGebra for Mathematics Teachers and Students - Using GeoGebra in Algebra and Advanced Math
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Credit Hours: 2

Harding University's STEM Center for Math and Science Education "Using GeoGebra in the Middle Grades" is designed to show teachers how to download and use GeoGebra as a tool in teaching topics such as properties of geometric shapes, angles and transformations. Participants will also learn how to create figures in GeoGebra for use in other applications such as PowerPoint or Word documents.

PEB14006: Communicable Diseases: A Course for Arkansas Coaches
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Credit Hours: 1

Every day, athletes all across Arkansas are training for victory. They are practicing hard, strengthening their muscles, eating right, drinking plenty of water, and getting plenty of rest. They know that to be successful, they have to be in excellent physical condition.

But there is another health issue that coaches and athletes need to be aware of - the risk of communicable diseases. Contracting a communicable disease can sideline an athlete before he or she even takes the field. This course will help you, your staff, and your players take the proper steps to avoid infection. Throughout this video course, we will be looking at some of the communicable diseases that affect young athletes. We will look at their causes, how they spread, how they are treated, and how they can be prevented.

This course meets the professional development requirements of Act 1214 of 2011. It was produced by ArkansasIDEAS and the Arkansas Activities Association. 

PEC14434: Disciplinary Literacy: Physical Education - K-12
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Credit Hours: 4.5

In this overview, Mr. Harris provides instruction on the integration of literacy in the physical and health education classroom and also highlights how the Common Core State Standards and TESS apply in the physical education classroom. 

This course with Dondre Harris, was recorded on July 1, 2014 at the Arkansas River Education Service Cooperative in Pine Bluff, Arkansas. 

PEC14439: School Health Services: Health Ed - Joint Use Agreement Grants
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Credit Hours: 1.5

Joint use partnerships can provide schools and communities with access to safe and attractive recreation facilities for physical activity. In this COURSE, Ms. Jerri Clark, the director of the School Health Services division of the Arkansas Department of Education, explains the applications of joint use agreements. Such agreements, which allow school districts and other community organizations to share available facilities, are cost-effective ways of maximizing local resources and increasing the number of physical activities available to children. Ms. Clark explains the necessary considerations for such a proposal, such as state laws and district policies, relevant time constraints, and facility limitations. Ms. Clark also provides information about the procedure for attaining funding for such a partnership through the competitive Arkansas Joint Use Agreement Grant.

This course was recorded on July 31, 2014 at the AETN studies in Conway, Arkansas.

 

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