The morphing of teaching

When I think of my current role as a lead learner in schools I see that there are parts of teaching and learning that will stay the same for some time to come. The part I am interested in today, is the morphing of the role required to take full advantage of the digital renaissance. Increasingly individualised instruction and experiences that prepare young people for the world simply requires us to intentionally design learning. Designed learning that engages them WITH their many worldS. In ways that are connected to their context. Teacher as designer, guide, mentor, coach, CONNECTOR. Let’s see how this turns out.Image

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