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.

How to Look Back to Move Forward

How to Look Back to Move Forward Free

Learn from the past, prepare for the future, live in the present.

— Thomas S. Monson (2003, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints)

The emphasis on curriculum, standards, and accountability for all through regular testing makes it easy to slip into a mindset where we fixate on short-term results. We focus on the now. We focus our energies on getting learners ready for the next day, the next topic, the next school term, the next test, or the next education level.

We take the data from the previous year’s test scores and combine them with the latest compliance mandates from the principal, superintendent, or our home country’s department of education, ...

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