Authored by Lucy Kosturko, with support from SAS Curriculum Pathways and Getting Smart staff
In partnership with: SAS Curriculum Pathways
Tomorrow’s classroom is here, and teachers and students now have – at their fingertips – access to powerful tools to enhance learning. The ways in which students are learning is rapidly changing and this has profound impact on the interactions between teachers and learners, and the structure and culture of the classroom and the school building. The team at SAS Curriculum Pathways, in partnership with Getting Smart, have produced a popular blog series featuring tools, resources and apps for teachers, tested by and with students, to help improve learning outcomes for all students.
These tools are free to teachers and students to begin using today… to build the classroom of tomorrow.
In this blog series and culminating publication, learn more about how to:
- Implement project-based learning to support the classroom of tomorrow… today
- Utilize free resources for students to help improve literacy and reduce the achievement gap
- Ensure professional development is utilized in combination with technological tools
- Make data-driven decisions to improve outcomes for all students
For more on Tomorrow’s Classroom, see: