21st Century Skills - Beautiful Questions - Adaptive Learning | Ed Buzz 2016-2-9
Feb 11, 2016
3 Ways to Infuse 21st-century Skills into Instruction
SmartBlog on Education this month is exploring 21st-century teaching and learning.
Along with teaching curriculum, educators are asked to equip students with the skills it will take to survive in the 21st century workplace. Take a look at these 3 tips that embed 21st Century Skills into what you are all ready doing.
How to Bring ‘More Beautiful’ Questions Back to School
Young children ask lots of questions, but around the time they enter school, those questions begin to fade. Author Warren Berger outlines five ways to help keep the questions coming.
Children ages 2 to 5 are hardwired to ask questions, and they do. Around age 5 or 6, questioning drops off a cliff though. This article looks at how to get student curious and asking questions. The result is natural learning.
Adaptive learning, we all say that we are doing it. In reality, implementing adaptive learning in the classroom takes great effort. Check out this article that dispells some myths and helps move you closer to this educational holy grail.
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