SMART learning objectives help teachers create better learning outcomes. However, it’s not just enough to know how to write them, it’s also essential to track and measure these objectives. The easiest way to do this is by using competency-based learning, a true and tested LMS feature.
Today’s students are growing up in an increasingly complex world. Education should rise to the challenge of developing critical thinkers who tolerate ambiguity and are solution-oriented. Interdisciplinary teaching aims to do just that and brings many other benefits for students.
To engage students, teachers need tools that work well regardless of where learning happens — hybrid, virtual or in-person. Here is a list of digital tools for student engagement across all grade levels, curated by teacher and author Rachelle Dene Poth:
Gamification turns the learning process into an interactive and immersive experience, but it wouldn’t be half as fun without game levels that students have to achieve. Let’s delve deeper into the advantages of the classroom gamification level system and how you can set it up.
Student self-efficacy is an essential component of online education. Since hybrid teaching is on track to become a major part of the schooling system, teachers need to find the strategies that make students feel confident in their ability to learn online.
Edtech plays a pivotal role in the hybrid classroom. However, pedagogy remains the central force that ensures a successful and effective teaching and learning experience. Therefore, it’s the key to successful hybrid classes.
Project-based learning is the best excuse to use more digital tools in the classroom and have students experience real-life learning opportunities. Here are 7 digital tools for project-based learning to enhance student motivation and help them develop 21-century skills:
Although STEM vs. STEAM is still open to debate, it’s increasingly clear that an art-enriched STEAM curriculum is preferable to purely technical STEM programs. Let’s dive into a handful of considerations for why art should play an equally active role alongside technical education.