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LLT 321: Annenberg Learner

Information to support LLT 321 course

Annenberg Learner

About: (from their site)

"As part of its mission to advance excellent teaching in American schools, Annenberg Learner funds and distributes educational video programs – with coordinated online and print materials – for the professional development of K-12 teachers. Many programs are also intended for students in the classroom and viewers at home, with videos that exemplify excellent teaching. Annenberg Learner also partners with impactful organizations to provide other means of achieving this goal. As part of the Annenberg Foundation, Learner supports the Foundation’s mission to encourage the development of more effective ways to share ideas and knowledge.

K-12 educators, students, and lifelong learners may access Annenberg Learner resources for free at Learner.org. Colleges and universities must purchase a license to use Learner materials in their courses. Please note: Some rights restrictions might limit the availability of some series for this purpose. Please sign up for the Annenberg Learner newsletter for the latest information about Learner programming and availability, as they are subject to change."

What you will find: videos for educators about teaching and learning, interactive workshop series for teachers, some videos for students as well

Link: Learner.org

Cost: FREE

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Subject Guide / Librarian

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Karen Wanamaker
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Education Librarian

Rohrbach Library

Office: Ground Level Room 21

Curriculum Materials Center
610-683-4709
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