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A Dozen Things Our Schools Must Do to Remain Relevant in the Next Decade

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Overview

Whether for good or bad, the Internet and the information revolution have impacted nearly every aspect of society and social organizations, including our schools and how our students learn- and the challenge becomes how to address that impact. Technology and the Web have changed how students learn, study, and research, as well as how they interact with information, teachers, and each other. From Khan Academy to BYOD to Disrupting Class, it is increasingly clear that this is "Not your Father's School," and educational leaders who don't respond and plan accordingly will see their schools left behind. Join Jonathan Martin as he offers a fast-paced overview of a dozen things educators should be considering in order to make learning relevant and compelling for our students in the coming decade.

Details

Status: Available On-Demand
Subject: Art and Design
Last aired on: Tuesday, May 23, 2017 @ 3:00 PM EDT
Duration: 30 minutes
Credit Hours: 0.5
Categories: Administrator Resources
Tags: 21st century schools, Administrator Resources, DOL1105, school leadership, School relevance

Reviews (25)

Basic Member
 
Great ideas
Full Member
 
Many great ideas to implement within our school.
Basic Member
 
Fascinating webinar, paves the way for a different mindset. Thank you!
Full Member
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Thanks for some interesting things to think about over the summer.
Full Member
 
Great information. We have to keep up with the world around us.
Basic Member
 
Thank you for all the great ideas. I am excited to do more of these things in my classroom/ school next year. I want my kids to be excited about learning and see the possibilities the world has to offer.
Full Member
 
interesting ideas for where our schools may b headed.
Full Member
 
Great webinar. A lot to think about as I plan for this next school year.
Full Member
 
I like how you said "school should be used for real world learning" because I completely agree with you! There are so many things that they need to know that don't necessarily fall into the "scope and sequence" of the curriculum that we teach. Real world, life stuff!
Basic Member
 
Very informative
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