The BCDA’s collections feature multimedia records of teaching and learning practices collected from K-12 schools, university courses, laboratory classes, and other educational contexts. The videos, audios, images, and other documents that comprise the collections are minimally edited—capturing and portraying practice as it played out in real time. These collections can be used in a variety of ways for education and research.

We are in the process of developing our first collections, which will be made available in October 2013.


MET Extension (METX)

English Language Arts, Mathematics | 15,000 Classroom Sessions + Artifacts | 500 Sessions available October 2013

The METX collection documents the classroom lessons of more than 350 teacher volunteers in six large school districts across six states during the 2011-12 and 2012-13 academic years. The collection contains videos and artifacts of English Language Arts and Mathematics lessons in grades 4-9.

Grand Rapids Elementary Mathematics Laboratory (GREML) 2012

Mathematics | 31 Videos, 173+ Lesson Artifacts | Available October 2013

The GREML Collection documents a one-week, intensive summer mathematics laboratory designed to help struggling 5th grade students improve their mathematical skills and understanding. The collection contains classroom video and lesson artifacts from the week-long program running from August 13-17, 2012.