The Future Tense of Teaching in the Digital Age The digital environment has radically changed how and what students need and want to learn, but have we radically changed how we deliver education? Are educators shifting and adapting or stuck in the traditional That’s the Way We’ve Always Done It world? In this book, educators will be challenged to take action and adapt to a split-screen classroom--thinking and acting to accommodate today’s learners versus allowing traditional practices by default. Written with a touch of humor and a choose-your-own-adventure approach, the authors built chapters to be skimmed, scoured or searched for interesting, relevant or required material. Readers will be able to jump in where it serves them best.  • Consider predictions about what learning will look like in the future.  • Understand and learn to leverage nine core learning attributes of digital generations.  • Discover ten critical roles educators can embrace to remain relevant in the digital age. Keep things simple, concentrate on how learners learn, and change your approach from present to future tense.

Life in the Age of Disruptive Innovation

Life in the Age of Disruptive Innovation

Things move along so rapidly nowadays that people saying “It can’t be done” are always being interrupted by somebody doing it.

Puck magazine

This chapter is about change: change in our children, change in our families, change in our communities, and change in our world. The greatest challenge we face in times of accelerated change is that change is subtle and sneaky. We all know something big is happening, and it’s easy to reflect on major hallmarks of change like the internet or mobile technology, but when we think about how these harbingers of change affect our society and our families and how we learn, it is hard to put our finger on ...

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