Below is a recent news clip about a LCMS School in Seattle, Washington that is doing some fascinating things with experiential learning, project-based learning, textbook-less teaching and learning, and a one-to-one laptop initiative.
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Just as we near the start of the 2011 Online Conference on Lutheran education, I am excited to announce the start of a new blog dedicated to Research in Lutheran Education. Or, you can follow the blog through the Twitter feed, ResearchLuthEd.
What do students need to know, value, and be able to do in order to survive and thrive in a 21st century world? As you reflect upon that question as an individual educator or as a school, consider the answers that a number of individuals have proposed. Below is a presentation that I recently shared [...]
What is 21st century learning anyway? It depends upon who you ask. However, in the most general terms, 21st century Lutheran education is anything that is devoted to equipping students for faith, life, and learning in a 21st century world. With this said, it is sometimes helpful to divide 21st century Lutheran education into three [...]