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Teaching channel is a multi-platform service delivering professional development videos for teachers over the internet. This is an online community where teachers can watch. share, and learn diverse techniques to help every student grow. NOTE: Users must create an account using their Mason email
Resource is a streaming platform for documentaries and social issues films. The collection contains titles from a variety of film distributors, including Bullfrog Films, Collective Eye Films, Icarus Films, and Terra Nova Films. Under the subject Education - select from 1) Early Childhood Education; 2) Alternative Education; 3) Bilingual Education; 4) Environmental Education; 5) Special Needs Education
Collects streaming video developed specifically for training and developing teachers. Includes hundreds of in-classroom videos on key teaching topics and themes from respected education publishers worldwide.
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On the right side of the screen under Browse Collections, click on Show More, click on Education. It includes documentary films,educational video, and lecture and interview. Videos may be broken down by subjects: 1) Curriculum and Instruction; 2) Foundations; 3) Psychology & Education; 4) Special Education
The collection presents an extensive array of content in video, audio and text-based. It includes content in the subjects of drama, film, language and literature. Includes 27 fifteen part videos focusing on English Language Learners on subjects such as: 1) Language and linguistics; 2) English Grammar; 3) Education; 4) Cultural identity; 5) Cultural norms; 6) English language
Provides Mason faculty, students and staff with free, unlimited online access to 2500+ tutorials and courses in hundreds of subject areas. For Education subjects covered include: 1) Education and elearning; 2) K-12 education; 3) Educational technology; 4) Classroom management including teacher tools and student tools. Log in with your Mason NetID username and password. lynda.gmu.edu is available 24/7 from your computer, tablet or mobile device, and is supported jointly by Mason’s ITS Learning Support Services and the University Libraries.
Written by Henrik Ibsen. It is the story of Nora Helmer a young housewife who has everything anyone could want: beautiful children, an adoring husband, and a bright future. But when a carelessly buried secret rises from the past, Nora’s well-calibrated domestic ideal starts to crumble.
Nathaniel Hawthorne's classic masterpiece The Scarlet Letter is set in 17th century Salem, Massachusetts, and concerns the public condemnation of Hester Prynne, who bears an illegitimate child. However, the story is not about adultery, nor is it specifically about sin. Rather it traces the effect of actual and symbolic sin on the mind and spirit of each character. In the end, The Scarlet Letter comes to stand not for adultery, but for the guilt that is the common experience of all humans
Education in Video
The following videos are available in Education in Video. They look at various aspects of juvenile and children's literature.
John Dewey wrote extensively about philosophy, psychology, education, political science, and the arts. In his very full 92 years of life (1859-1952), he not only wrote about the breadth of life, he participated in it as a teacher, social critic, political activist and involved family man. This fully produced video introduces students to his philosophy and his critical studies of education, the arts and the implications of democracy for the lives of individuals and their communities.