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Teachers need to be flexible practitioners, who enable students to learn at their own depth, complexity and pace. This requires creating rich and engaging lessons that cater for various learning styles (e.g. linguistic, visual, auditory and kinaesthetic).
The Third Revolution: From knowing to doing, from teacher-centered classes to student-centered learning, from the individual to the team, from consumption of information to the making of meaning, from schools to networks and from single-sourcing knowledge to crowd-sourcing. A quick looks shows that these "shifts" connect with what a Poughkeepsie Day School education has always stood for and what it has always strived to achieve. Connected learning breathes...
Study Shows How Classroom Design Affects Student Learning A NEW STUDY SHOWS HOW COLOR, LIGHTING, AND OTHER CLASSROOM DESIGN CHOICES CAN HAVE A HUGE IMPACT ON STUDENT PROGRESS.
the third teacher - Putting the needs of students first when reconsidering how to design learning spaces.