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The 21st Century Partnering Pedagogy
Transcript of The 21st Century Partnering Pedagogy
Dedicated teachers need to focus on coaching, guiding, goal setting, questioning, and designing the roles of the partnering pedagogy.
If the partnering pedagogy is practiced correctly, students will be happier with what they are doing, more engaged in their own learning, understand what they are learning easier because of guiding questions, and practice skills using technology on their own. Our Changing World The Partnering Pedagogy 21st century learning strategies have been proven to be more effective than older, traditional teaching methods from the 20th century.
A new virtual world has emerged in the 21st century and our schools need to keep up with it.
"In the 21st century, so many of our old assumptions and strongly held ideas have been turned around, and so many more upheavals are on the way, that it is clearly a different place in which our kids are growing up." Partnering Teachers and administrators need to focus on the pedagogy of partnering, which addresses the needs of the 21st century learners.
Teachers should embrace effective teaching techniques of partnering and tools of the future that benefit education.
"Make changes required to get from being a lecturer who tightly controls students' learning through discipline and testing to being a coach, partner, and guide to students who, driven by their own passion, are teaching themselves and learning on their own with your help." Technology Students need to use technology by themselves in order for it to enhance their own learning.
Teachers need to coach and guide students to use technology on their own, and then assess their quality of use.
"In the partnering pedagogy, using technology is the students' job. The teachers' job is to coach and guide the use of technology for effective learning."
"One of the great opportunities that technology has the potential to bring us is the ability for those who have more, and who know more, to help those who don't." Motivation through Passion Guiding Questions Guiding questions are driving, challenging questions that are the primary way teachers translate the curriculum they are required to teach into the partnering pedagogy.
Partnering teachers translate the content of lessons into questions that will guide students to the information they need to know, without having to tell it to them.
"The teacher's primary task in connecting the partnering pedagogy to the curriculum is to turn the content into a series of questions, and to make sure that all students understand up front, what the important questions to be answered actually are for the content in question." Engagement and motivation are what causes students to put in the effort that is necessary to learn.
Teachers need to create individualized, passion-based learning as a part of the partnering pedagogy.
"Students need to be able to use their passions to motivate themselves to achieve 21st century success."
"The roles of both teachers and students are different but equal."