Join Kevin Brookhouser for an in-depth discussion in this video What you should know before watching this course, part of Teaching Future-Ready Students.
- This course is designed for educators, administrators, or anyone interested in helping evolve how we educate students to better match the needs of today's world. You don't need any particular technology skills for this course, just a connection to the internet and an open mind. You should also have a desire to explore new tools and approaches that yield a rigorous education, while also allowing students to have true agency over their learning process.
Whether you're a new teacher, veteran teacher, parent, or school leader, I'm sure you care deeply about what goes on in the classroom. This course will offer you some practical ways to change your class management and curricula to help students prepare for a changing future.
- Understanding the new literacies
- Motivating problem solvers
- Inspiring divergent thinking with Limbo
- Bringing 20time into the classroom
- Guiding creative learners
- Finding the right mentor for entrepreneurial kids
- Making elevator pitches
- Grading entrepreneurial projects
- Telling stories through video
- Creating screencast video
- Capturing video with a smartphone
- Editing videos on YouTube
- Teaching code
- Designing apps
- Incorporating coding activities in the classroom
Skill Level Beginner
1. What Is a Future-Ready Student?
The classroom must change2m 10s
2. Motivating Entrepreneurs
3. Building a Culture of Creation
4. Entrepreneurial Nuts and Bolts
5. The Film and Video Producer
6. Your Video Utility Belt
7. The Case for Coding
8. Anyone Can Code and Anyone Can Teach Code
9. Your Coding Utility Belt
10. Coding Activities
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