Aug 10, 2023
The Future of Education
Ryne Anthony, Director of Flux Space, and Todd Guellich a STEM educator, is rapidly changing; our job is to stay relevant with our instruction for students. Educational technology and STEM or STEAM continue to be a hot topics. Regardless of what you teach or where you teach, we need to think about the instruction in our classroom. There are strategies to put into place for students to experience other skills and ideas through technology and non-technology opportunities.
We need to be intentional about the experiences we are creating for students. It’s not about the stuff; it’s about the learning experience and what stuff we can get to enhance it.
This mindset is critical for students and teachers. We need to be willing to take risks and try things.
Utilize your current rubrics and systems to evaluate the process over the product.
It is okay to give up some control even when you don’t know where things will go.
Integrate simple activities into what you already do to help blend in STEM and ed-tech.
Permit yourself to try.
Ryne’s Twitter: @MrRyneAnthony
Ryne’s Website: www.fluxspace.io
Tom’s Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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