Interested in finding other resources to help to extend the knowledge of your pupils?
You may have already read this article in the TES magazine on Friday (page 4), “Take a free seat in the lecture hall”. The article discussed open source university-level material that is available on-line and talked briefly about how some teachers are using this within their teaching. The article is available in the staff room, and I will place a photocopy of it onto the Teaching and Learning board.
In case you don’t get chance to read the article, there were some links mentioned that have free resources that could be of interest in some of your lessons. Some of the links that were mentioned are:
The open university open learn www.open.edu/openlearn
OpenCourseWare Consortium www.ocw.consortium.org
MIT OpenCourse Ware www.ocw.mit.edu
Peer 2 Peer University p2pu.org
University of the People www.uopeople.org