To facilitate change, people need to learn - not merely be trained. Training is When implementing new programs or technology, many organizations assume they need to deliver training to make sure people have the skills ...
A helpful infographic that lists ten strategies to engage students; not an easy task particularly in an age that is full of all kinds of distractions. Educators argue that some of the habits that students have developed are as a result of their use of technology and social media which has negatively impacted their capacities to concentrate and focus for longer stretches of time.
Join the Alliance webinar for a live discussion on how learning data can improve education by offering students a more personalised student-centric approach to learning.
Personalised learning changes the traditional classroom from one that operates like an assembly line, where every child is being taught in the same manner through a teacher-led lecture, to one that utilises a portfolio of opportunities operating like a learning path guiding the students to success.
Data provides information about school performance and practices, rather than a single number like a test score, to show whether a school is succeeding. Systems that provide this information are called data dashboards. Much of the webinar will focus on a recently released report written by Alliance senior policy fellow Bob Rothman titled Data Dashboards: Accounting for What Matters.
The confines of the traditional classroom, the constraints of a standard curriculum and high stakes testing inhibit the growth of student. Educators need to rethink and reshape their classrooms to allow students to focus on what matters to them.
The Innovation Lab is a place where leaners can spend entire days focusing on what matters to them. The Innovation Lab is home to many students who are shaping their own education with community members, who act as mentors.
Above is an interesting critical thinking framework I came across through Educational Technology & Mobile Learning. The strength of this framework lies in the fact that it is applicable to all subjects. It's holistic approach can be used in various teaching situations to help students develop critical thinking skills.
Students can perform way better if they master the art of note taking. Students need develop these skills; there are various methods of note taking ... the attached infographic is a great visual for the classroom
Students need to know that evidence-based persuasive writing is more than just an academic exercise — it is very much alive in the real world. Perhaps one of the best and most widely recognised examples of persuasive writing in action is the classic newspaper editorial.
Coaches do not spend most of their time lecturing or even “front-loading.” Coaches give players opportunities to practice and apply skills in a contextually appropriate situation, providing just-in-time feedback, asking targeted and specific questions, clarifying what is happening, and providing information relevant to what is happening at specific moments.
I've written and talked about essential skills students need for the future... the infographic above lists ten of the important skills students need for the future.
Critical thinking, social intelligence, collaboration and using new technologies are all part of this, which should be included in the curriculum across college. It is important that colleges work to help students develop all of these skills so that they can be successful in the workplace.
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