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What if education was different?
Transcript of What if education was different?
Identify a Problem
Problems can be well structured, ill structured or in the case of educating, wicked - really wicked!
Wicked problems only have best solutions for a specific set of criteria in a specific instance in time, and even implementing a solution can change the best solution!
Step back and Question
Before jumping to solutions, slow down and look at the problem from various viewpoints.
Use Design Thinking
PLNs provide valuable insight to a problem otherwise overlooked, feedback for revision, and resources for further consideration.
CoPs provide ongoing opportunities to question
Why, What If
in a constructive manner.
Work at the interface of technology, pedagogy, and content for learning in the 21st century.
Fail forward! Learn from each experience, know that each group of students is different from the last and adapt solutions to fit individual needs.
Passion and curiosity are just as important as intelligence so educate the whole student.
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