News sources New Scientist article Education News Center has launched a new video series about questions teachers and teachers-in-training need to ask students.
In the series, the first part of which will be available on Monday, the show is set to feature teachers teaching an online course on the basics of reading and writing to students in a new digital classroom in the United States.
The other part of the series will be published in the next few months.
The content of the new series is designed to help teachers and their staff develop an online learning plan to address the many challenges facing their classrooms.
The first part will be a two-hour video series that will be posted on YouTube and in print media on the following days.
The second part of that series will follow on Monday and will be similar to the first video series, with the goal of getting a wider audience to read and watch it.
The aim is to reach out to students and teachers of all ages, in both classrooms and online.
The video series is being jointly produced by the Department of Education and the National Center for Education Statistics (NCES).
The aim of the show, which will not be a tutorial, is to give educators an opportunity to show students how to answer questions and get answers on their own time, said Julie A. Lander, the program director.
“Our goal is to help our educators become better teachers, and it’s about connecting them with the students who are most interested in their lessons,” she said.
Lander, who is also a researcher at the National Institutes of Health, said teachers can use video to show readers how to identify patterns and differences in students’ performance.
The series will cover a wide range of topics, including: How to answer a simple question about an assignment.
How the teacher approaches a new student.
When and why a student has a problem with the assignment.
How to teach a lesson using an interactive lesson plan.
What are some common mistakes teachers make?
How can teachers improve?
The program is funded by the National Science Foundation, a non-profit, nonpartisan research agency of the US Department of Commerce, and is being supported by the Education Department, the Department for International Development, the National Education Foundation, the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO), the National Institute of Child Health and Human Development (NICHD), and the United Kingdom’s Department for Education.
NICDH is the UN agency responsible for education, health and welfare.