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Diana Z

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5 Benefits of including VR in classroom activities

Teachers

Virtual Reality is at the forefront of development and the next step in the evolution of computerized instruction. Its ability to deliver perspective changing content, virtual collaboration and creation are redefining education. The time to get VR into schools is now. If you have the budget to invest in VR technology, here are some benefits you should consider:

characteristics of authentic learning
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9 Characteristics of authentic learning

Teachers

Educators have tried to find an approach to learning that would spark students’ curiosity and motivation, engage them more in class and provide them with a set of skills necessary to face the 21st century society. Authentic learning came as a constructivist approach to teaching in which learners are active participants in their own instruction that allows for the acquisition of new concepts and skills oriented towards real-life applicability.

design thinking in education
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Thinking about design thinking in education

Teachers

It’s our duty as educators to try and find the suitable way of teaching with the sole purpose in mind of shaping creative and empathic human beings capable of tackling future problems. Personalized learning through design thinking will give students meaningful tasks to solve and develop skills relevant for the social challenges ahead.

Giving students a V.O.I.C.E. in your classroom
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Giving students a V.O.I.C.E. in your classroom

Students

When learning is truly personalized, each student has a voice in the learning process. This does not mean teachers lose theirs; they only create the perfect learning environment in which students have a say in their journey towards their goals. Students have their own expectations of what teaching and learning should look like. So, why not listen to their V.O.I.C.E?

5 Key elements of personalized learning
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5 Key elements of personalized learning

Teachers

Personalized learning revolves around the students, allowing them to organize their learning following their own time, place and pace. By offering equal opportunities for learner development, this type of approach leads to a society in continuous progress that values equity which should be the definition of success.

types of Flipped Learning
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Exploring 4 types of Flipped Learning

Flipped Classroom

Educators have adapted the already traditional Flipped Learning to meet the needs of different students, with different abilities and skills and different degrees of knowledge, going through different stages of the approach. So let’s explore the four types of Flipped Learning.

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