We live – and learn – in a high tech world, and as such, education must continually evolve. Hear about some of those new models of 21st century learning from experts in the education field in this video from PBS LearningMedia.
The video features Chris Rush from New Classrooms, who discusses the value in integrating games into the educational space. We also hear from Teresa Napoli from School of One, who shares thoughts on personalized instruction for students, who in this day and age learn at different rates and by different methods. Plus, Rebecca Rufo-Tepper from the Institute of Play shares her vision for how to use games and digital media in meaningful and purposeful ways in the classroom.
So how do YOU “get your tech on” in the classroom? Share with us on social media your stories, photos and video demonstrations of how you creatively use digital media in the classroom. Then, check out our series of resources that address learning in the digital age at PBS LearningMedia, where for the next several weeks you can take part in professional development webinars, access how-to guides on building digital classrooms and enter to win tech-themed prizes including local PD trainings, a trip to Austin to attend TCEA, Chromebooks, and a document camera for your class.
Explore more “Get Your Tech On”-themed digital media/technology resources that you can integrate into your classroom at PBS LearningMedia. You can also join a tech-focused webinar (we’ve got three more scheduled through December!) or enter to some tech-themed prizes for your classroom – one prize winner will receive up to 30 Chromebooks – one for each student to use for class!