Designers use movement to guide viewers with lines, shapes, and colors. Educators can use this principle, guiding students to key ideas.
How schools are designed and what students learn--and why--must be scrutinized with at least as much as enthusiasm as we muster for Netflix or sports.
Even as apps have fallen in favor, mobility is the new standard. Information, communication, search, and identity—mobility matters in the modern world.
Digital Leadership is about, in part, using the internet and social media to improve the lives, well-being, and circumstances of others.
"Why should I go to school?" This is a question rarely given serious attention, much less a credible answer that makes sense to children.
Synced learning requires two potentially opposing technologies: the ability to engage the same core material, and the ability to engage the material independently.
What can technology replace in the classroom? While it isn't enough to make up for unengaging learning models, done well technology can change everything.
The study noted multiple types of curiosity, including sensory and knowledge-based. The latter involves desiring data or discovery, while the former involves the desire to 'avoid boredom or sensory deprivation.'
One goal for disruption in education could be the ongoing emergence of new ideas--new learning models, content, new strategies and thinking.
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