Education Video Resources Growing Rapidly at Alexander Street
(ALEXANDRIA, VA) – Hundreds of new teaching demonstrations and instructional films are now available online with the debut of Education in Video: Volume II. The latest collection from Alexander Street Press expands topical coverage of the teaching field, delving into new and emerging areas including special needs, multiculturalism in the classroom, differentiated instruction, and the US Common Core.
Videos in the series give teachers in training the opportunity to observe the nuances and skills of seasoned professionals in real classroom settings. The newest volume builds upon the success of Volume I, which The Teacher Trainer Journal called “definitely recommended.”
Volume II—available as a standalone collection or alongside Volume I—will grow the series to more than 1,650 hours of content. Video highlights from the latest collection include:
- The Common Core Standards in the Writers Workshop (Kim Gerodomis)
- Differentiated Instructional Strategies for Reading in the Content Areas (Corwin Press)
- Math Tools in Action: Anchor Charts (Stenhouse)
- Moving On (Four Stories of Blindness) (Chip Taylor Communications)
- Preschooler Observation PLUS! Cognitive Development (Learning Seed)
- Stuttering in Children: Speaking of Courage (Chip Taylor Communications)
Other core topics covered at length in the newest volume include teaching methods, elementary and early education, curriculum, teacher training, technology in education, secondary education, school counseling, and educational psychology.
“The landscape of education is changing. For educators to best serve their students, it’s important to have access to the latest resources about new and evolving topics,” said Elizabeth Robey, education editor at Alexander Street Press. “Adding Volume II to our Education in Video Series is the ideal way to give current and future professionals access to the newest, most accurate information and advance the foundation laid by the original collection.”
Alexander Street Press’s Education in Video: Volume II is available to libraries worldwide via annual subscription or one-time purchase. No special setup or software is required—all you need is an Internet browser. For more information or to request a trial or price quote, email sales [at] alexanderstreet [dot] com.
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