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These video segments provide clear objectives for the entire lesson. In addition, these short segments are easy to refer back to during a lesson plan, and they offer students the opportunity to fully comprehend what can be otherwise dense material. Each learning module includes an overview, summary, discussion questions, engaging classroom activities and a resources section.
Mike Deetsch, Director of Education and Engagement at the Toledo Museum of Art, discusses “Visual Literacy” at Lourdes University with a focus on the cognitive processes that support it.
Professor and Ability Center Endowed Chair, Dr. Jim Ferris speaks at the University of Toledo on “Autism and Education” explaining that disabilities are socially constructed. He describes the complexity of experience individuals have within the autism spectrum and contrasts notions of ability and disability.
In “Birds, Art, and Conservation” at the Maumee Bay and Conference Center, Kenn Kaufman provides an overview of the history and importance of bird illustration.
In her lecture, titled “Activism,” Sandy Theis shares several examples of ProgressOhio making a difference by applying political pressure on Ohio’s government.