This course focuses a lot on the importance of speaking, listening and conversing as a method for learning. The university will offer you an online professional development course which solely focuses on this topic.
The objectives of this course are to make students put their concentrations on in-depth conversations on content area topics and concepts. This course includes expert video screencasts, classroom video skills, reading resources and assignments to strengthen the curricular foundations of communication.
This course does not involve any written exams. Students need to answer 5 assignment questions to complete the course, the answers will be in the form of written work in pdf or word. Students can write the answers in their own time. Each answer needs to be 200 words (1 Page). Once the answers are submitted, the tutor will check and assess the work.
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Course Credit: Stanford University
|1.1 Course Overview and Organization||00:13:00|
|2.1 Role of Language in Content Standards||00:11:00|
|2.2 What is a High-Quality Conversation||00:07:00|
|2.3 Paired conversation models||00:12:00|
|2.4 Using the Conversation Analysis Tool||00:13:00|
|2.5 Classroom Video Eliciting and Interpreting Conversations||00:12:00|
|2.6 More Practice with the Conversation Analysis Tool||00:08:00|
|3.1 Cultivating a Culture of Conversation Video||00:03:00|
|3.2 First Grade Science Classroom Video||00:02:00|
|3.3 Third Grade ELA Classroom Video||00:02:00|
|3.4 Six Grade History Classroom Video||00:04:00|
|3.5 Seventh Grade Math Classroom Video||00:03:00|
|3.6 Middle School ELA History Classroom||00:03:00|
|3.7 International High school English Classroom Video||00:02:00|
|3.8 Introducing Conversation Skills||00:09:00|
|4.1 Examining a Typical Student Interaction Video||00:04:00|
|4.2 Learning from a Whole Class Discussion Video||00:07:00|
|4.3 Crafting Effective Conversation Prompts Video||00:12:00|
|4.4 Middle School Classroom Video – Civil War – Student Pair 1||00:02:00|
|4.5 Formative Assessment of Language Planned for Interaction Video from||00:07:00|
|5.1 Modeling Constructive Conversations||00:10:00|
|5.2 Scaffolding Conversations Skills||00:08:00|
|5.3 Scaffolded Discussions in Middle School ELA||00:13:00|
|5.4 Designing and Teaching a Conversation Lesson||00:05:00|
|5.5 Panel Discussion Addressing Paired Conversation Lesson||00:06:00|
|6.1 Teacher Panel Discussing Next Step Focuses||00:08:00|
|6.2 Developing Conversation-based Inquiry Focuses||00:04:00|
|6.3 Next Steps for Formative Assessment of Constructive Conversations||00:12:00|
|6.4 Classroom Video Acting on Evidence||00:12:00|
|6.5 Sharing & Continuing Constructive Conversations Reflections from an Experienced District||00:10:00|
|6.6 Closing Remarks from the Instructors||00:09:00|
|Submit Your Assignment||00:00:00|
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