Articles: 21st Century Classrooms
It can be a challenge to connect with Millennials, these five ideas will help you to relate to them and them to relate to you.
Engage digital learners in curriculum, build essential 21st century skills, and help them become creators of information and ideas, rather than consumers.
Rethinking the roles of librarians and computer teachers in developing information, communication, technology and literacy models that support 21st-century learning.
Learn how to integrate design thinking in the classroom to help students apply both creative and analytical thinking.
To be effective leaders for the 21st century, administrators must ensure that instructional needs, the expertise of teachers, and the ultimate needs of students are considered.
Effective learning environments do not limit themselves to time or space, and consider the ways in which we learn best as well as individual learning needs.
To ensure that all students can complete in the technocentric global society, our classrooms must engage and provide them with high-level skills.
Give students an assignment that encourages higher-level thinking and the opportunity for “data dumping” (copying and pasting) is almost nonexistent.
As teachers, we can looks to Bloom’s Taxonomy to ensure we are providing experiences that help students develop higher levels of thinking.
By combining a model like TechYES with open-ended tools, educators can address technology literacy, and engage and inspire children.