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These are some of the streaming videos available for Columbia College students.
History of Education
This program traces the evolution of education through the ages, from oral traditions to its role in today's ever-changing society, where the need to learn new job skills is a constant necessity.
Black/White & Brown: Brown v. Board of Education of Topeka
This fascinating program connects viewers with the people, places, events, and ideas that shaped the landmark civil rights case.
Making Schools Work: James Comer on the Comer Process
James Comer, M.D., M.P.H., has spent decades promoting a focus on child development as a way of improving schools. In this interview, he and Hedrick Smith analyze the Comer Process, a school- and system-wide psychosocial intervention grounded in conflict mitigation, behavior modeling, power-sharing, and all-around involvement of teachers, parents, students, and other stakeholders.
Teaching Lessons and Learning Lessons in the Special Ed Classroom
Collaborative Teaching (3:13) -- Working Together (3:16) -- Special Education: Living the Metaphor (3:19) -- Classroom Structure and Success (3:01) -- Classroom Rules (3:11) -- Student Interdependence (3:09) -- Getting to Know Students (4:21)
TEDTalks: Dan Meyer, Math Class Needs a Makeover
Math in Schools (1:34) -- Sit-Com Sized Problems (1:35) -- Math Textbooks without Math? (3:21) -- Rebuilding Math Problems (2:32) -- Tips for Teaching Math (2:14) -- Credits: TEDTalks: Dan Meyer - Math Class Needs a Makeover (0:04)
Selected DVDS available at Stafford Library
These DVDs are available at Stafford Library.
Curriculum Resource Center
Stafford Library has a room called the Curriculum Resource Center that contains juvenile fiction and nonfiction, teaching activity books, textbooks, and kits. The resources are intended to assist students in the education department with lesson planning.