Written by David Richards, Ph.D.
There is a learning renaissance happening in education. Today, educators are witnessing a disruptive convergence of access to mobile devices, online content, demands for choice, and increased access to high-speed bandwidth.
Our new reality includes the fact that teachers are everywhere, content is king, and students are increasingly expecting to learn in an anytime, anywhere model. To be clear, this isn’t about our schools being broken, this paradigm shift is more about redefining our learning which will result in a redesign of our schools. Meaning – to design learner-centered classrooms, we need to begin our design thinking from the student lens. This includes tackling tough issues like time, mastery, and student agency. Continue reading Redefining Learning