by Brian Crosby | Mar 15, 2013 | Connecting with the Common Core, STEM learning, The How of 21st Century Teaching, Voices
Blending STEM with “connected classroom” strategies is a powerful learning model, says STEM teaching coach Brian Crosby â€“ provided innovative thinking, teacher autonomy and flexible scheduling are present. These essential components of “going deep” with teaching and learning have been eroded away in the last decade, he says, and will have to be revived.
by Marsha Ratzel | Oct 23, 2012 | Making The Shift, The How of 21st Century Teaching, Voices, Web Tools That Deepen Learning
Short of banning smartphones (a short-term solution, at best), I think the evolution of AI services like Siri means that the problems I pose for my 8th grade math students will have to shift from a focus on finding the answer as the endpoint — to a greater focus on analysis. OK, you have the answer but so what? What does that answer mean in a real-life situation?
And I wonder how teachers in other content areas might have to rethink their teaching and assessment strategies, with Siri at our studentsâ€™ beck and call?