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Developing Curriculum and Learning Resources: Guidelines for Effective Practice

This document outlines a process for curriculum and learning resource development for effective mixed mode provision. It suggests three core stages of curriculum design, course design and learning resource development which are inter-related. These guidelines have been adapted by the Nigerian National Commission for Colleges of Education and Teacher Development Programme from a similar OER Developing ODL curriculua and learning resources: guidelines for effective practice developed by SCERT in Bihar, India.

Working in Classrooms: Teaching, Time and Space. Learning Guide - Section One

This module explores how South African teachers can reorganize the spaces in which they teach, and the way in which time is organized in their schools, to improve learning.

Working in Classrooms: Teaching, Time and Space. Learning Guide - Introduction

Working in Classrooms looks at how arrangements of time and space shape school teaching; and at how teachers, principals and government departments of education shape the time and
space for learning in schools.

Using Media in Teaching: Learning Guide. Section Seven - Using Computer Technologies in Schools

The current optimism about computers makes it easier to find funding for projects that involve computers than it is to find sources willing to contribute to teacher

Using Media in Teaching: Learning Guide. Section Six - Using Textbooks in Teaching

Textbooks are very useful educational resources. But they must be used well. In order to make the best use of textbooks within a media-rich teaching style, we need to understand how textbooks differ from the popular media resources we will use in our classroom.

Using Media in Teaching: Learning Guide. Section Five - Understanding Popular Media

How can we help learners to develop the ability to respond to media more critically? This section aims to enable you to do just that.

Using Media in Teaching: Learning Guide. Section Four - Using Popular Electronic Media in Teaching

Popular electronic media provide teachers with excellent resources for improving language skills, such as listening and speaking. Like newspapers and magazines, radio and television also provide a rich resource base for enriching the teaching of content knowledge in different learning areas.

Using Media in Teaching: Learning Guide. Section Three - Using Popular Print Media in the Classroom

In this section we will explore how popular print media – in particular newspapers and magazines – can be used to improve classroom learning and teaching.

Using Media in Teaching: Learning Guide. Section Two - Developing a Media-Rich Outcomes-based Education

In Section Two, through a story of one teacher's attempt to teach in a learnercentred, activity-based manner, we will deepen your understanding of how media resources can be used to enrich outcomes-based education.

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