Pioneering NROC members are working with teachers to adapt low- and no-cost content and applications for powerful instruction in high school, college, and adult education classrooms. Learn how they are implementing their favorite open educational resources (OER) to improve student outcomes. Presenters: Jon Fila, Minnesota Intermediate District 287; Theresa Umscheid, Iowa Community College Online Consortium;[…]
Learn how California State University at Long Beach focused the use of EdReady on the goal of enhancing prospective secondary mathematics teachers’ pedagogical content knowledge, as well as their understanding of how digital resources might enhance student learning in practice. Presenter: Babette Benkin, Professor and Director of Graduate Studies, College of Natural Sciences and Mathematics,[…]
Community college faculty share their unique adaptations of NROC English resources, designed to provide students the reading and writing skills required for success in gateway college courses. South Plains College utilizes EdReady English to deliver a non-credit, student-paced integrated reading and writing course. Rowan Cabarrus Community College has adapted the NROC Developmental English curriculum to[…]
Meeting High School English Students Where They Are Learn about two high school English programs that are working to differentiate instruction for optimal student progress. Both programs make use of EdReady English alongside the NROC English curriculum adapted in a learning management system to meet local needs. Mountain Heights is a fully online public charter[…]
Join us as we examine CCCOnline’s Active Learning Skills course, equipping students with the foundational knowledge and skills necessary for postsecondary success.