The rigid teacher-centered instruction does not fit in the 21st century classroom, Educational Technology and Mobile Learning reports. Learning now is more open and networked. Students thrive best in spaces that engage and challenge their thinking and allows them to use the technology that they use in their everyday life. This dynamic shift in students learning styles requires a specific kind of curriculum, one that responds to their different emerging needs and help them make the best of their learning experiences and most important of all, prepares them for jobs that are not yet created……Read More
Podcast Series: Innovations in Education
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