Education of the Future: Who’s Being Left Behind?

Thinking ahead to the future of education for Generation Alpha is both exciting and worrisome. In so many ways, education is only moving forward in a positive direction. Differentiated instruction, inquiry and project-based learning, collaborative group work, and an emphasis on digital and media literacy are all things that I see taking shape in my … Continue reading Education of the Future: Who’s Being Left Behind?

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Generation Mental Health

In this week’s EC&I 832 class, part of our discussion centered around generational changes/differences we have witnessed between Generation X, Y (Millenials), and Z, and we also predicted some trends or characteristics we may see in the emerging Generation Alpha. After exploring some our readings for the week, which consisted of: 2020 Future Work Skills, 9 […]

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From monitoring to mentoring – The new educational system

This post is an invitation: an invitation to reflection and to action. Regan’s last blog post was the answer I was looking for to Alec’s question on how we should educate our students. Regan mentioned this article, and two of its words resonated with me: monitoring and mentoring. Since finishing my undergraduate program in Education, I … Continue reading From monitoring to mentoring – The new educational system

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