Getting the "right balance" - just make sure you get "back to basics" in that Modern Learn Environment.
Content vs. skills Face to face vs. online Rote learning vs. deep thinking Individual activities vs group activities Sage on the stage vs. guide on the side Teacher led learning vs. self directed learning Closed classrooms vs. flexible learning commons Discreet curriculum subjects vs. an integrated curriculum Is it just me or are all wrestling with this concept of "the right balance"? Is there even such a thing as a right balance? And right for whom exactly? One thing I do know is, is that if we want to shift from a "traditional" to a more "future focused pedagogy" this involves a shift in this balance. A shift to skills over content, a greater mix of face to face and online, deep thinking over rote learning, more collaborative group work, more guide less sage, self-directed over teacher-led with all of this taking place in a flexible learning space and with a more integrated curriculum model. But even if I can get my head around this, the mor