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Growth Mindset – How to help every child fulfill their potential ?

“You can grow your Intelligence”…Carol Dweck “You’re so talented!”, “You are gifted – a natural!”, “You’re doing so well in school, you must be really smart!” – children receive these messages (or their negative counterparts), along with many other messages on a daily basis from their peers, parents and teachers. Are these just words or… Continue reading Growth Mindset – How to help every child fulfill their potential ?

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Shift to Digital Classroom – How to measure your Personalized Learning Progression ?

We’re living in a time of unprecedented change in education. The shift to digital education is happening—and in many cases has already happened—and it’s changing everything about the way students learn and educators teach. Today’s learners are native to a digital world, and if we want them to learn in a way that suits them,… Continue reading Shift to Digital Classroom – How to measure your Personalized Learning Progression ?

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How to integrate technology with education ? SAMR

One of the most often used models for technology integration in education is the SAMR Model. Here is a quick overview for those that may not be familiar: It starts with S for Substitution. Technology can substitute but the functionality stays the same. Writing on a chalkboard is the same function as writing on a… Continue reading How to integrate technology with education ? SAMR

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Teacher control is Illusionary – INFLUENCE IS MORE POWERFUL THAN CONTROL

The future educational landscape is going to be different from what we see today. The current system of content delivery and focusing on performance instead of learning is not making any positive changes for our children and their future. Teachers are experts on what their students need — and the tools that will help them learn — but unfortunately, teachers often have little say on the ed-tech products in their classrooms.Digital resources tend to be ‘one size fits all.’ A more flexible approach would be welcome.” Most solutions make the assumption that they know what the teacher wants and the student needs are but we don’t make those assumptions