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KNILT has developed a rich set (>300) of mini-courses and instructional cases that cover a wide range of educational topics, including new learning goals, approaches,  technologies, assessments, and so forth.
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KNILT has developed a rich set (>550) of mini-courses and instructional cases that cover a wide range of educational topics, including new learning goals, approaches,  technologies, assessments, and so forth. The mini-courses (3-5 units each) can be used by educators working in different contexts of education. These resources may be used by individuals for personal learning or by groups/institutions to organize professional development activities.
  
'''Mini-courses''' present new learning approaches, technologies, and assessments etc., for teacher learning and development. '''Instructional cases''' document lessons planned/enacted showcasing how the new learning approaches, technologies,and assessments can be applied in specific contexts.
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Below are a set of mini-courses and cases ''created before 2016'' related to a few popular topics.  
  
You may find mini-courses and cases related to the following topics. Or if you have a topic in mind,  you can search for possible matches using the search tool provided (see top).
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You can see the updated '''topic-based index of the mini-courses here: [https://knilt.arcc.albany.edu/index.php?title=Special:Categories&offset=&limit=500Categories  topic-based index] (Open this index and click a topic to find the related courses)'''. Or if you have a topic in mind,  you can also search for possible matches using the search tool provided (see top).
  
[[Special Collection of Mini-Courses on Collaborative Learning]]
 
  
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== Collaborative Learning==
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See [[Special Collection of Mini-Courses on Collaborative Learning]]
  
 
==Problem-Based, Collaborative Inquiry==
 
==Problem-Based, Collaborative Inquiry==
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*Jessica Hullar: [[User:Jessica_Hullar|Homework Practices ]]
 
*Jessica Hullar: [[User:Jessica_Hullar|Homework Practices ]]
 
*Cheryl DePra: [[Positive_Discipline_in_the_Classroom|Positive Discipline in the Classroom]]
 
*Cheryl DePra: [[Positive_Discipline_in_the_Classroom|Positive Discipline in the Classroom]]
 
 
*J. Robin Ward: [[Narrative_in_Instruction_and_Assessment|Narrative in Instruction and Assessment ]]
 
*J. Robin Ward: [[Narrative_in_Instruction_and_Assessment|Narrative in Instruction and Assessment ]]
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*Thaddeus Niles: [[Welcome_page_-_Niles_2015|Academic Introductions]]
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*Jackie Russell: [[Jackie_Russell_Mini-Course|Developing a Professional Learning Community]]
  
 
==Integrating Technology across the Curriculum==
 
==Integrating Technology across the Curriculum==
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*Lindsey Wilson: [[Varying the Level of Inquiry in Science Lab Activities]]
 
*Lindsey Wilson: [[Varying the Level of Inquiry in Science Lab Activities]]
 
*Patricia Murphy: [[Basic Number Properties]]
 
*Patricia Murphy: [[Basic Number Properties]]
*Hailey Pozniak: [http://tccl.rit.albany.edu/knilt/index.php/User:Hailey_Elise_Pozniak Customary and Metric Units of Measurement]
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*Hailey Pozniak: [[User:Hailey_Elise_Pozniak|Customary and Metric Units of Measurement]]
 
*Kaitlyn King: [[Problematic Mathematics: PBL designed for the math classroom]]
 
*Kaitlyn King: [[Problematic Mathematics: PBL designed for the math classroom]]
 
*Steph Conklin: Project-Based Learning in a 10th Grade Special Education Mathematics Classroom [[Steph Conklin's Portfolio Page]]
 
*Steph Conklin: Project-Based Learning in a 10th Grade Special Education Mathematics Classroom [[Steph Conklin's Portfolio Page]]
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*Alex Perry:[[Alex_Perry|Project based learning Trigonometry]]
 
*Alex Perry:[[Alex_Perry|Project based learning Trigonometry]]
 
*Derek Richards:[[Effective_Close_Reads_in_a_Math_7_Classroom|Effective Close Reads in a Math ]]
 
*Derek Richards:[[Effective_Close_Reads_in_a_Math_7_Classroom|Effective Close Reads in a Math ]]
 
 
*Kristine Fleckenstein:[[The_MOON_Project-_Homepage|The MOON Project- Using Websites to Teach Science]]
 
*Kristine Fleckenstein:[[The_MOON_Project-_Homepage|The MOON Project- Using Websites to Teach Science]]
 
 
*Missy Dennis :[[Strategies_for_Setting_Up_and_Solving_Linear_Word_Problems|Strategies for Setting Up and Solving Linear Word Problems]]
 
*Missy Dennis :[[Strategies_for_Setting_Up_and_Solving_Linear_Word_Problems|Strategies for Setting Up and Solving Linear Word Problems]]
 
 
*Genni Brzezinski:[[Genni_Brzezinski| Promoting Problem Solving in the Math Classroom]]
 
*Genni Brzezinski:[[Genni_Brzezinski| Promoting Problem Solving in the Math Classroom]]
 
*Elizabeth D.: [[Unit_1:|Fostering Scientific Literacy]]
 
*Elizabeth D.: [[Unit_1:|Fostering Scientific Literacy]]
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*Kelli Zydel:[[Kelli_Zydel_portfolio|Studying for Math]]
 
*Kelli Zydel:[[Kelli_Zydel_portfolio|Studying for Math]]
 
*Shauna Caroselli: [[User:Shauna_Caroselli|Incorporate technology in Math]]
 
*Shauna Caroselli: [[User:Shauna_Caroselli|Incorporate technology in Math]]
 
 
*Will Adamczak: [[Making_Math_Accessible|Making Math Accessible ]]
 
*Will Adamczak: [[Making_Math_Accessible|Making Math Accessible ]]
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*Bobbi Scirbona: [[Incorporating_Visualization_Tools_in_the_Science_Classroom|Incorporating Visualization Tools in the Science Classroom]]
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*Melissa Connor:[[Using_Visualizations_to_Teach_Mathematics_with_Understanding_(Spring_2015_Mini-Course)|Using Visualizations to Teach Mathematics with Understanding]]
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*Katie Sheehan: [[Strategies_for_Helping_Students_Solve_Mathematical_Word_Problems|Strategies for Helping Students Solve Mathematical Word Problems]]
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*Kimberly Brooks: [[Kimberly_Brooks|Problem Solving Strategies in a Math Classroom]]
  
 
==Teaching Social Studies for Understanding==
 
==Teaching Social Studies for Understanding==
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*Yang Huang: [[Let's Speak Chinese!]]  
 
*Yang Huang: [[Let's Speak Chinese!]]  
 
*Huei-Cheng Lin: [[Mini Course: Play "Go Fish" in Chinese]]
 
*Huei-Cheng Lin: [[Mini Course: Play "Go Fish" in Chinese]]
*Mengxin Song: [http://tccl.rit.albany.edu/knilt/index.php/Mengxin_Song%27s_Project_Portfolio Chinese Characters: A Big Picture of Chinese Writing System]
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*Mengxin Song: [[Mengxin_Song%27s_Project_Portfolio|Chinese Characters: A Big Picture of Chinese Writing System]]
 
*Christopher Compson: [[Collaborative Writing Utilizing Online Environments]]
 
*Christopher Compson: [[Collaborative Writing Utilizing Online Environments]]
*Ildefonso Correas Apelanz: [http://tccl.rit.albany.edu/knilt/index.php/Ildefonso_Portfolio Gaming in the Classroom]
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*Ildefonso Correas Apelanz: [[Ildefonso_Portfolio|Gaming in the Classroom]]
 
*George Ryon: [[Digital mobile devices as a teaching tool for phonological awareness.]]
 
*George Ryon: [[Digital mobile devices as a teaching tool for phonological awareness.]]
 
*Lisa Martin:[[Understanding Emergent Writing]]
 
*Lisa Martin:[[Understanding Emergent Writing]]
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*Nathan Lockett: [[College Attainment]]
 
*Nathan Lockett: [[College Attainment]]
 
*Lydia Ashley: [[Fingerprinting]]
 
*Lydia Ashley: [[Fingerprinting]]
*Meghan Blair: [http://tccl.rit.albany.edu/knilt/index.php/Meghan_B%27s_Portfolio_Page#SCOPE_.26_SEQUENCE:%7CBehavior Management]
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*Meghan Blair: [[Meghan_B%27s_Portfolio_Page#SCOPE_.26_SEQUENCE:%7CBehavior|Management]]
 
*David Wixted: [[David's Menu Course]]
 
*David Wixted: [[David's Menu Course]]
 
*Maree Michaud-Sacks: [[Turning Learning Upside Down: Planning a Flipped Classroom Lesson]]
 
*Maree Michaud-Sacks: [[Turning Learning Upside Down: Planning a Flipped Classroom Lesson]]

Latest revision as of 12:31, 27 October 2021

KNILT has developed a rich set (>550) of mini-courses and instructional cases that cover a wide range of educational topics, including new learning goals, approaches, technologies, assessments, and so forth. The mini-courses (3-5 units each) can be used by educators working in different contexts of education. These resources may be used by individuals for personal learning or by groups/institutions to organize professional development activities.

Below are a set of mini-courses and cases created before 2016 related to a few popular topics.

You can see the updated topic-based index of the mini-courses here: topic-based index (Open this index and click a topic to find the related courses). Or if you have a topic in mind,  you can also search for possible matches using the search tool provided (see top).


Collaborative Learning

See Special Collection of Mini-Courses on Collaborative Learning

Problem-Based, Collaborative Inquiry

Please click General Information about Problem-Based, Collaborative Inquiry courses to see the brief introduction to each following course.

Learning How to Learn

Please click General Information about Learning How to Learn courses to see the brief introduction to each following course.

New Approaches to Assessment and Classroom Data

Please click General Information about New Approaches to Assessment and Classroom Data courses to see the brief introduction to each following course.

Integrating Technology across the Curriculum

Please click General Information about Integrating Technology across the Curriculum courses to see the brief introduction to each following course.

Online Learning

Please click General Information about Online Learning courses to see the brief introduction to each following course.

Teaching Science and Math for Understanding

Please click General Information about Teaching Science and Math for Understanding courses to see the brief introduction to each following course.

Teaching Social Studies for Understanding

Please click General Information about Teaching Social Studies for Understanding courses to see the brief introduction to each following course.

Effective Strategies of Language Learning

Please click General Information about Effective Strategies of Language Learning courses to see the brief introduction to each following course.

Effective Strategies for Music Learning

Please click General Information about Effective Strategies for Music Learning courses to see the brief introduction to each following course.

Creating Inclusive Environments and Supporting Students with Special Needs

Please click General Information about Creating Inclusive Environments and Supporting Students with Special Needs courses to see the brief introduction to each following course.

Lifelong Learning

Please click General Information about Other Courses to see the brief introduction to each following course.

Cases of New Technological Designs

Please click General Information about New Technological Designs courses to see the brief introduction to each following course.






If you want to find mini-courses based on year and class, please go to: Index by class.