21st century teaching and learning
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” I like to listen. I have learned a great deal from listening.
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Parents more often than not have a negative view of the role of the Internet in learning, and young people almost always have a positive one.
Learning is becoming: dynamic, real-time, social, mobile, local, fluid, peer to peer, gamified.
Digital literacies: What are they and why should we care?
Google search cables: Ben Morse questions how the new search will affect the way we teach.
Jessie Daniels and Joe R.
In all the discussion about learning management systems, open educational resources ( OERs ), massive open online courses ( MOOCs ), and the benefits and challenges of online learning, perhaps the most important issues concern how technology is changing the way we teach, and - more importantly - the way students learn. For want of a better term, we call this “pedagogy.” What is clear is that major changes in the way we teach post-secondary students are being triggered by online learning and the new technologies that increase flexibility in, and access to, post-secondary education.
Without a doubt, my 13-year-old daughter can text paragraphs faster and more accurate than I can text one sentence.
In 2006, I completed my PhD dissertation titled “ Examining the Open Movement: Possibilities & Implications for Education “.
Every single teacher is concerned about his/ her teaching practices and the skills involved in this process.
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Recent Government advice suggests that schools should aim to achieve flexibility in their approaches to pupils by: developing pupil independence in learning; using a wide range of teaching methods appropriate to different learning styles; considering the nature of the relationship between teachers, support staff and learners; reviewing learning and teaching materials and resources.
by Maria Popova From retrofuturist media prophecies to the cognitive consequences of mobile-everything. We’re deeply fascinated by the evolution of media and the sociocognitive adaptations that go along with it, but perhaps even more so by the intellectual debates surrounding this ever-swelling topic of increasing urgency and controversy.
HE Policy blog: The five big trends shaping higher education | Pearson Centre for Policy and LearningNow and again it can be useful to lift your gaze from the latest news story, burning policy issue or regulatory change that is occupying your attention.
Impact, Evidence and Evaluation