A New Learning Curve

A New Learning Curve

A growing body of research and in-classroom experience show that what’s commonly called the “sit and get” style of learning couldn’t be more wrong. In order to keep the brain active, the evidence shows clearly that we need to move.

Tomorrow’s Classroom with Educator Jeff Selingo

Tomorrow’s Classroom with Educator Jeff Selingo

The classroom of tomorrow will look very different than what you see today. But, one thing you won’t find is everyone in their pajamas, learning on laptops at home. Bestselling author, professor of practice at Arizona State and visiting scholar at Georgia Tech’s Center for 21st Century Universities, Jeff Selingo, shares his vision for the future of education. (Selingo’s Recent Whitepaper Available Now: The Future of the Faculty Office)

Predictions for How People Will Learn in the Future

Predictions for How People Will Learn in the Future

Jeff Selingo, author, professor of practice at Arizona State and visiting scholar at Georgia Tech’s Center for 21st Century Universities, predicts how big data, technology and lifelong learning will change the way people learn in the future. Read Selingo’s Recent Whitepaper The Future of the Faculty Office.

Clintondale HS: Rethinking the Classroom

Clintondale HS: Rethinking the Classroom

Flipping a school causes teachers to rethink classroom procedures and pedagogies. Since lectures are on video, more class time involves collaborative work between students and teachers, students and peers.

A New Learning Curve

A New Learning Curve

Why is there so much passive instruction in classrooms today where instructors are still giving traditional lectures rather than adopting active learning pedagogies?

Class, Can I Have Your Attention?

Class, Can I Have Your Attention?

Every educator wants fully engaged students. But first you have to get and hold their attention in the classroom. Based on the latest research, here are seven insights on how to do that.

Teaching the Teachers

Teaching the Teachers

Ohalo College in Katzrin, Israel, takes an innovative approach to space, pedagogy and technology to educate a new generation of teachers, putting it at the leading edge of faculty development and training.

Stanford d.school Aids Design Thinking

Stanford d.school Aids Design Thinking

The d.school’s philosophy holds that space, furniture, tools, and technology are integral to pedagogy. Students are encouraged to display their ideas and work in progress. See how they use their space to promote behaviors critical to design thinking, such as empathy and experimentation.