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RWLO Title Student Materials Description Author(s)
Accessibility for Disabled On-line Learners Content Material Covers accessibility to on-line students who have disabilities. Kevin L. Crow & Christopher Dobson, Instructional Curriculum Specialists, Harper College
Brown versus Board of Education (.doc) See Word document This RWLO deals with the Brown v. Board of Education decision and how the decision impacted students who attended school prior to and after Brown as well as the implications for current students. This RWLO is intended to be used with pre-service teachers in an introductory education course. Wendy Kennedy, Assistant Professor Teacher Education, Darton College
Using Real World Learning Objects to Engage Students Student directions Designed specifically for math, science, language arts, and educational technology faculty, the workshop will allow participants the opportunity to explore real-world learning objects (RWLOs) that have been developed by faculty from community colleges across the country. In addition, they will share ideas for implementation and create their own Implementation Plan for one of the RWLOs. Marlene Morales, Rhonda Berger, Marie Nock, Becky Kapley, Technology Training Dir., Miami Dade College
Then & Now - Comparing Classrooms, Teaching and Learning (.doc) See Word document This RWLO will focus on the use of internet resources to discover and to describe American classrooms from one hundred years ago and to compare them to the modern classroom. Students will compare and contrast the impact of facilities, resources, and organizational schemes on student learning. Thomas M. McCully, Professor/Coordinator of Childhood Education, Niagara County Community College
Creating Lesson Plans Using Primary Resources See Word document This RWLO helps education students learn how to plan and create lesson plans using primary resources. Karen Vuurens, Instructor, South Texas College
The Three Pound Miracle: The Brain (.doc) See Word document Students will be introduced to the various parts of the brain in relationship to learning, know the development and limitations of primary, middle, and adolescent brains, and understand the relationship of short term and long term memory in the learning process. Students will review video clips, answer questions and project implications for the teaching and learning process. Lois A. Stanciak, Ed. D., College of DuPage