IT, higher ed leaders aim to bridge awareness gap Austin American-Statesman Gaining access to those 1,200 occupations may need a fundamental shift in education, which may have to start with parents before children even step into a classroom.
We must lead the shift to a way that maximizes opportunities for investigation, problem solving, and collaboration while maintaining assurance that each child is gaining knowledge, and is able to apply it both alone and with others.
Excellent argument and validation for Instructional Leaders to be at the forefront of the cutting edge in instruction. That involves conceptual learning, instructional technology that redefines the learning, and quality instructional implementation both in classrooms and in professional development.
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Quakertown school getting technological The Intelligencer At Strayer, the school has incorporated a “blended” model of learning, using an equal amount of technology and books in the classroom, said Chris Deily, a cyberteacher for social studies and...
"Like many other technological approaches, video games have also proved their worth in contributing towards educational enhancement. As we know, educational video games are an effective way to improve one’s critical thinking and problem solving nature.
This infographic covers both pros and cons of usage of video games in school."
After recently completing an online MOOC: Video Games for Learning I am seeing more and more benefit to a blended approach in education with video games and classroom instruction. This infographic briefly addresses both the pros and cons of this approach to education.