Introduction

We are at a crossroads of education that we understand that our children are not prepared to learn, unlearn and relearn in an evolving economy. conventional school system.

As we aim to build more personalized, learning-centered environments, it is important to recognize that we need to change the learning paradigm so that we can change the culture in the classroom and in the school. Using the word “Learner” is a crucial first step so that we can see every child and every person as a learner. The educator empowers learners to take an active role in shaping their learning interacting in synergy with him.

By modeling collaborative relationships, the educator changes the learning culture so that it reflects the kind of relationships that comprise the 21st-century work environment by motivating and engaging learners to take learning into their own hands but at the same time he knows how to distinguish the different strengths as well as challenges of every learner, adjusting his teaching method for each one or using tools for ensuring both inclusion as well as differentiation among learners.

Module Contents

After the end of this module you will be able to

1.use digital teaching strategies that adapt to learners’ particular learning contexts;

2.approach accessibility issues when handling digital resources and provide alternative / compensatory tools/ approaches for learners with special needs;

3.use a range of different digital technologies, when designing learning and assessment activities, that can be adjusted to account for different needs, levels, speeds and preferences;

4.use a range of digital technologies to create a relevant, rich and effective digital learning environment;

5.reflect on how effective the teaching strategies employed are in increasing learner engagement and active learning and to apply such strategies.