Lots of people in education are talking about best practices, here is a list from the eduTECH conference, including ownership, collaboration, relevance, problem solving, creativity. Isn’t this why experiential learning is so valuable in legal education? Let’s think about ways to add these elements to all aspects of the law school curriculum. Ideas?
Originally posted on What Ed Said:
Billed as the biggest educational technology conference in Australia, I note with interest as I sum up the big ideas from EduTECH, that they are not about the technology.
These were some of the messages from the likes of Dan Pink, Stephen Heppell, Ewan McIntosh, Alan November, Stephen Harris , Andrew Churches and Sir Ken Robinson. I‘ll keep it brief, with links to other posts that elaborate. You can apply the big ideas to all kinds of learners, teachers and students alike..
Enable choice. Foster independence. Encourage responsibility.
Learn together. Grow ideas. Build community.
Experiment. Play. Make something.
4. Problem solving/finding
Think differently. Find solutions. Seek new problems.
Ask questions. Notice. Wonder.
One size does not fit all. Differentiate. Personalize learning.
Make it real…
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