Where to Find Information about Learning and Teaching Methods
If you are teaching or even learning, you might want to learn about alternative ways to teach or learn. A very simple and positive resource for this information might be your local library. Odds are good that they will have books there that can help you with this. If they don’t and you find the name of them, you may put in a request that they carry them. Of course if you wish to highlight or take notes in your book you might want to purchase your own copies. If you cannot find them at your local book store they can usually order them for you.
You might also find classes at a community college or a learning annex, these may be free but they may also cost you a small fee, it’s simply one thing to consider if you are choosing this route. If you have additional questions you may have professors or instructors that can provide insight or help from their own experience or knowledge, or alternatively might be able to point you in the right direction of someone who does and can help you find what you are looking for. Look for listings in local news papers and in schedules of your local schools.
Of course one of the most affordable and quite possibly one of the easiest methods of finding information about other teaching and learning methods is to consult the internet. You will find numerous topics on many sites. Look to large sites run by companies, as well as small independent blogs for good sources of info. As well as lots of user insight from other people who are knowledgeable about this topic. You may be able to find a social community where people are looking for or learning about the same thing, enabling you to share resources and help each other.