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Teachers

The posts in this category cover subjects teachers and professors involved in delivering 21st century education might find useful or at least interesting.

Pillars of personalized instruction
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3 Pillars of personalized instruction: interactivity, flexibility, and authenticity

Teachers

Personalized instruction puts educators in the position to plan and deliver content, create and assess tasks in various ways to cater for students as individuals, while nurturing a learning environment that implies interactivity and flexibility. All this will lead to better students results, more motivation, and real engagement from students in their own personal growth and development.

teach Art remotely
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Top tech to teach Art remotely

E-learning, Teachers

Although online tutoring for subjects of an academic nature has been popular for quite some time, creative fields like art are also enjoying an increased online presence. Taking art teaching to a completely virtual environment, however, is a big step, as it typically involves more of a hands-on approach than academic teachings do.

teaching about Artificial Intelligence
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6 Resources for teaching about Artificial Intelligence

Teachers

By understanding how Artificial Intelligence is being used in our daily lives and then providing some opportunities for students to explore one of these resources, we can build our knowledge together. There are many resources out there to try, we simply need to start with one and let students take the lead and teach us as well.

Delivering personalized instruction
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Delivering personalized instruction: Focus on the teacher

Teachers

Education is not a one-way street; the process includes both learning and teaching, with different responsibilities attributed to both protagonists: the teacher and the student. Let’s explore the role of the teachers and the connection they have with their students and peers that could facilitate the delivery of personalized instruction in education:

Continuing education for e-learning instructors
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Continuing education for e-learning instructors

Teachers

As technology continues to play an increasingly important role in the modern classroom, the need for educators who are adept in the use of these important tools is also growing. This is as true for the traditional brick-and-mortar classroom as it is for the online classroom.

How to use design thinking in the classroom
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How to use design thinking in the classroom

Teachers

With the rebellion against standardized tests and “one-size-fits-all” schools, design thinking has become the antidote to the industrialization of education. But how can educators ensure that design thinking becomes a meaningful educational strategy, rather than just another passing trend?

media literate next generation
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Nurturing a digital media literate next generation

Teachers

Children have a right to the educational role model they need in their school environment which will set them up for life-long learning. As their parents, carers and educators, we can act as children’s media mentors, building their knowledge, skills, values and confidence, guiding and advising them in their choices, and allowing them to become independent, responsible digital citizens.

The future of STEM education
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3D printing, drones, and AI — The future of STEM education?

Teachers

A STEM curriculum is based on the key idea that disciplines should not be taught as separate and discrete subjects, but in an integrated manner that focuses on real-life application, to create problem-solving skills. If we use technology in real life to find innovative solutions to technical problems, why not use them with STEM students as well?

music as a strategy for more inclusive e-learning
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Using music as a strategy for more inclusive e-learning and course design

Teachers

E-learning is a promising option for students who weren’t able to find success in a traditional classroom, and music education may help bring everything in balance. By making music a cornerstone of your lesson plan, your students may discover that they can more easily process ideas and concepts, propelling them towards success both in and out of their virtual classroom.

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