A high school diploma is no longer an indicator of future success. Today's students must leave high school prepared for success in some type of post-secondary schooling or training. They must be equipped with the "new basics"- skills like creativity, communication, and collaboration. This week’s Twitter chat will be led by the Nellie Mae Education Foundation and focus on student-centered approaches to learning. What do today’s students need to be able to know to succeed in tomorrow’s world? How can we reshape our current education system so that learning is personalized, and students have true voice in the classroom?
As part of the chat, we’ll be asking participants to view the short video below.
Join #EdChatRI and @NellieMaeEdFdn this Sunday at 8 as we look at the Student-Centered Classroom.
Don Miller -