Five Ways to Bring Innovation Into the Classroom | MindShift


Here are 5 great ideas to consider when planning your new year. Taken from the post in Mindshift. Five Ways to Bring Innovation Into the Classroom | MindShift.

1.  INFUSE PASSION INTO LEARNING.

Educators who focus on integrating kids’ own interests and passions into the curriculum will see them flourish as learners.

2.   TRY SOMETHING NEW.

Jumping Into the 21st Century, changing to a student-centered, skill-based, technology embedded classroom.

3.   CONSIDER THE FLIPPED CLASSROOM MODEL.

Use the flip when my students need to absorb a new information to continue learning. Use flip time to create curiosity in students.”

4.     TAP INTO STUDENTS’ IDEAS.

How to Turn Your Classroom Into an Idea Factory. Design thinking isn’t just for engineers and designers. It can be applied to every aspect of learning — from generating ideas to the iteration and execution phase. .

5.   CONSIDER THE FUTURE SCHOOL DAY.

Designing the day around discovery of information, connections to real world challenges, discussions digging into our experiences with the world.

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