A Checklist For 21st Century Teachers by TeachThought Staff What are the kind of things a 21st century teacher needs to know and be able to do? What about 21st century students? What education technology works, and what is a waste of time? What would a checklist for 21st century teaching look like?
Picture this: It’s Monday and Ms. D’Angelo, a seventh-grade science teacher in the South Bronx, gives her students a homework assignment about food chains that is due in one week. The assignment asks students to teach a family member about this concept by completing a model food chain together.
5 Key Elements of an EdTech Portfolio for Educators – The International EdTech Blog with Matt Harris Ed.D.
Having worked in school leadership involved with teacher recruitment, I can say we have an issue with differentiating teachers. When looking at candidates, we have to trust resumes and references reinforced with interviews and gut feelings to make our hiring decision.
Online education and digital learning tools-whether as a supplement to an on-campus experience, or as a full distance-learning program-have transformed the practice of education in recent years. Even more significantly, it’s become clear that this trend is accelerating. What’s in store for this year? Here are 5 trends in Education Technology to watch in 2019.
AI technologies can make instruction more personalised, therefore increasing the effectiveness of education
In blended learning, teachers combine traditional classroom and online instruction. This often includes videos and interactive activities as a part of the digital curriculum, either to the entire class or to groups of students. Meeting the promise of personalized learning requires student engagement with this content.
In this series we explore Powerful Learning, a set of principles to guide educators designing learning experiences that engage the hearts and minds of learners and incorporate technology in ways that contribute to closing the Digital Learning Gap.
If your video strategy for creating course videos was to tape a lecture and throw it online, it’s unlikely many of your learners are staying till the end. If they are, they’re probably pausing it mid-stream and coming back to it later. Why?