A key fact about the touch screen generation is not that they havec the skills of touch, swipe etc but rather their p independence as a learner is what is fascinating? How do we make learning relevant for these students? What are the implications for teaching and learning?
Have we really embraced anywhere anytime? I doubt p so.
Teenagers 'modus operandi' is to collaborate - it is what they do!
3Rs and 5Cs - communicate, cooperate, communicate, collaborate, co construct - are the essentials that underpin learning.
Interesting comments around Indigeous research - listen to the community - cultural curriculum - you cannot go in and tell them what they need - very much the Kotahitanga model. Australian research and strategy way behind where we are in NZ on this issue!!
Stop, look and listen to the students - what is the purpose? Why is it relevant?
Aim - a classless school - learn anywhere anytime, Merrylands - be brave enough to change your vision - personalised indivualised learning - anywhere anytime.