Technology is a powerful tool, but it takes more than tools to transform education: your educators need to know how to integrate your existing tech with today’s instructional best practices and strategies. That’s where Educate’s innovation and transformation coaches (ITCs) can help. Our ITCs work with leaders and teachers at the point of instruction to enrich classrooms and engage students.
Aligned to teaching rubrics like Danielson and Marzano, our ITCs support higher student achievement and improved instruction. From differentiating for students’ individual strengths and challenges, to creating multiple points of entry, encouraging critical thinking, and improving student engagement through self-regulated learning, we’ll empower your teachers to elevate education for the 21st century.
Make education more personal. Here are just some of the modern strategies teachers learn to achieve your goals.
Assessment plays a critical role before, during, and after learning. Today’s technology can enable students to express their knowledge in multiple ways and receive rapid feedback from teachers and peers. When you enable teachers to see where each student stands, they can deliver targeted instruction to make progress and improve achievement.
Increased Engagement & Participation
Engage your students by customizing education to their needs and interests. Your teachers will learn how to use tech tools, instructional strategies, and participation structures to make learning a personal—and personalized—pursuit for every student. Give your students greater agency, and they’ll get more out of their education.
Blended & Personalized Learning
Individual students advance at their own pace, face their own challenges, and boast their own strengths. With personalized learning practices, teachers can track individual progress and tailor instruction to students’ specific needs; blended learning allows students to engage in online, self-directed education and empowers teachers to provide personal attention.
Real world problems are rarely solved by multiple choice answers. Project-based learning practices let students take creative, proactive approaches to investigate, engage, and respond to challenges.
Small Group Learning
Give your students more face-time and encourage greater expression. By leveraging technology to keep students engaged, your teachers can cater personal instruction to small groups and inspire real growth.