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Sunday, June 25, 2017

Suggested Books of the Week 25

Check these books out below by Willem Witteveen, has been a researcher into the Great Pyramid for decades, Fred Lang, has been teaching in both the traditional bricks and mortar classroom, LaRon A. Scott, assistant professor with the School of Education and Colleen A. Thoma , nationally recognized leader in the area of self-determination and transition planning.


The Great Pyramid of Giza: A Modern View on Ancient Knowledge

The Great Pyramid of Giza: 
A Modern View on Ancient Knowledge
After extensive research Dutch researcher Willem Witteveen connects data from his own findings with that of other researchers, resulting in groundbreaking conclusions about the true function of the Great Pyramid and its place in history. The Greek mathematician Pythagoras stated: “All is number.” The American prophet Edgar Cayce claimed: “Sound is the medicine of the future,” and the late Egyptian wisdomkeeper Abd ‘el Hakim Awyan always said: “It is all about sound.” Willem Witteveen proves that all these men were right and that what we now regard as groundbreaking and new often originated in ancient Egypt, well before the first Egyptian dynasties. This book is divided into five main parts, four of which relate to the four earthly elements Earth, Water, Air and Fire.

The fifth part relates to the element or quintessence called Aether. Within this circle all processes on Earth and beyond take place, and the element Aether represents the divine world and is the carrier of all information. 

How to Teach in a Virtual Classroom 

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How to Teach in a Virtual Classroom is a practical guide for anyone teaching in a virtual classroom. The concepts and ideas presented will dramatically elevate an instructor’s teaching skills in this unique environment. These best practices enable you to fine-tune your teaching skills so that you will become comfortable and confident teaching in a virtual classroom environment. Learning institutions will learn what support systems need to be installed to maintain this new revenue stream. A list of instructional best practices will provide you with an easy reference guide as you navigate your instructional duties of teaching virtual classes. Ground-breaking research was conducted by the author with both instructors and students around the world who either have taught or have taken virtual classroom courses.

  • How to create a virtual classroom
  • Enhance your instructor skills for the virtual classroom
  • The critical support systems required
  • Tips that will greatly enhance an instructor’s skills in the virtual classroom
  • A list of instructional best practices 

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Universal Design for Distance Education: A Guide for Online Course Development   

Universal Design for Distance Education: A Framework for Delivering Online Courses was developed to introduce novice and seasoned profes­sionals who wish to embark on distance education course and program design to a framework known as universal design for learning. One of the main goals of this book is to highlight the model we developed for designing an online course and provide a roadmap for professionals seeking to design individual courses or who wish to build distance education programs.

Each chapter focuses on distance education, and how universal design can be applied to a specific aspect of the design and delivery of distance education courses and programs. Universal Design for Distance Education: A Framework for Deliver­ing Online Courses will help audiences improve the design and delivery of distance education coursework. We hope that this book will serve as a “how-to” for building effective distance education courses and programs.

Source: Ancient Origins and XanEdu