A High School Where the Students Are the Teachers https://ti.me/10A5e5k A High School Where the Students Are the Teachers
If high school students took charge of their education with limited supervision, would they learn? A Massachusetts school is finding out.
Are You a 21st Century Teacher? https://bit.ly/M3rpYM Are You a 21st Century Teacher? What does it mean to be a 21st Century Teacher?
These are the characteristics of a 21st Century Teacher:
Facilitate and inspire student learning and creativity so that all students achieve in the global society.
Enable students to maximize the potential of their formal and informal learning experiences.
Facilitate learning in multiple modalities.
Work as effective members of learning teams.
Use the full range of digital-age tools to improve student engagement and achievement.
Work with their students to co-create new learning opportunities.
Use data to support student learning and program improvements.
Be lifelong learners.
Be global educators.
Work with policy leaders as change agents.
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The Making of a 21st-Century Teacher https://bit.ly/9pkwvP The Making of a 21st-Century Teacher .. Blog Post
Revolutionary Educators https://bit.ly/cThuZb Revolutionary Educators
These 14 visionaries are shaking up how we educate our most disadvantaged kids.
Preparing the Next Generation of Teachers https://bit.ly/TSl5Y Preparing the Next Generation of Teachers Through ICT ... UNESCO Project
This project aims to enable the next generation of post-primary teachers in the Asia-Pacific region to harness the benefits of information and communication technologies (ICT) to enhance teaching and learning.
UNESCO’s most recent (2009) initiative is the Next Generation of Teachers (Next Gen) Project which is designed to assist Teacher Education Institutions (TEIs) in the Asia-Pacific region to prepare the next generation of teachers to judiciously use technologies for teaching and learning.
Future Education : Videos and PowerPoints http://futureeducationvideos.blogspot.com/ The link above goes to one of the Shambles "Forest of Theme Blogs" pages that provides videos and other multimedia resources to support the topic here.
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