How to Meet The Preferences of Digital Learners in Education 4.0

Today, we call learners ‘digital natives’, and they are beyond prepared to navigate the 4th Industrial Revolution in the 21st Century. Educators will have to revisit their training and endeavor to align their strategies to meet students where they are to help them get where they want to go. We have experienced the 1st Industrial […]

Here’s Where We “Raise the Bar” in America’s Public Schools

Today’s youngest learners are digital natives and practically ‘hard-wired’ to acquire knowledge through technology-infused learning. With an increasing need for meaningful connections between digital natives, the framework of teaching and learning in educational settings is at a crossroads. The basic structure and standardization of curricula can’t become any less engaging, exciting, or less relevant, according […]

How are we assessing competencies among children in school settings?

COMPETENCY BASED EDUCATION??? An opinion Teaching is definitely one of the most challenging jobs one can have, and there is so much pressure placed on pedagogues to ‘get it right’. When formal basic primary education was designed, instruction was extremely personalized and differentiated. We began teaching, as a formalized role in a setting wherein learners […]

Now That Parents Came to School, What Do We Do With Them?

Parenting takes a lot of skill and patience and is always a ‘work in progress’. The social skills, cognitive potential, and behavioral functioning that a child acquires during the earliest years are fundamentally dependent on the quality of their interactions with their parents.  Equally important is the quality of interactions between school staff, teachers, and parents of […]