It raises the question of what the future of teaching will be like in the coming years and how the patterns will evolve further. With infinite access to learning resources, 21st-century students need teachers to not just deliver lectures but answer questions, clear doubts and facilitate discussions. They need modern teachers who can stream educational videos, access digital textbooks, employ Edtech tools, and support personalised learning. The adaptability of technology for teachers has quickly gained importance and will continue to do so.
Today’s teachers must differentiate their instruction, employ data-driven instructional techniques, address students’ social and emotional needs, eliminate achievement disparities, and ensure that all kids are equipped for the 21st-century economy. (Learn more useful tips in this blog)
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📰 Educational News Around the World
Lucknow, India: ‘Retired teachers to serve as Shikshak Saathis’ The initiative is being undertaken under the ‘Vidyanjali scheme’ by the state government. This will rope in retired and experienced teachers as ‘Shikshak Saathis’ to contribute to the academic progress.
UAE: Long-standing mask mandate lifted at schools across the Emirates Principals say it will have a positive impact, especially on younger pupils who will be able to see their teachers' and peers' faces for the first time
South Australia: New code of conduct for educators For the first time, SA’s 36,000 teachers will be subjected to a code of conduct governing the way they interact with students and parents.
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Socio-emotional needs of students must be looked after in the classroom to ensure their holistic development. Read this newsletter to find out some ways how teachers can cater to such needs in the classroom.