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Instructional Models Doing the Right Things Right

November 25, 2022

Instructional Models Doing the Right Things Right
Adopting, adapting, or creating an instructional model could be the key to boosting instructional consistency while also encouraging teacher creativity. That may sound like an easy sell, but the process is rife with opportunities for crossed signals and misaligned ambitions. Whether you’re a superintendent or a teacher who wants to see some things change, learning the basics of group dynamics will keep your project moving forward.

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Wesleyan University

A private, non-sectarian liberal arts university in Middletown, Conn., founded in 1831, Wesleyan offers its 2,900 undergraduates and 200 graduate students a demanding educational environment that fosters creative, independent and experimental work.

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THE IMPACT OF THE PANDEMIC ON HIGHER EDUCATION LEARNERS

whitePaper | November 25, 2021

The global pandemic has accelerated change in many sectors. In higher education, the rapid change to emergency remote delivery triggered an unprecedented world-wide experiment in online learning. In 2020, most university leaders considered this rapid move to online successful

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School Resource Management: Building a stronger system

whitePaper | June 10, 2022

This publication sets out the department’s offer and approach to supporting schools and academy trusts to get the best value from all their resources. Our ambition is to ensure every individual responsible for the management of school resources can make the best possible decisions, based on an understanding of best practice

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Student Engagement as a Political Catalyst

whitePaper | June 4, 2022

As such, it is imperative for campuses to promote civic engagement and assure the rights of students to engage in civic-, political- and issues-minded student organizations. When students participate in the advancement of a cause they personally care about, they act and reflect. Because of this, there is a need to closely examine how students form and participate in campus organizations, as civic engagement-minded student groups might actually do more to promote student development than traditional curricular elements.

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Career-Connected PBL

whitePaper | December 7, 2022

Project-based learning (PBL) is an instructional strategy in which students learn by actively engaging in large-scale projects that have realworld relevance. Numerous studies have shown that PBL can lead to deeper learning, higher levels of engagement, and better student outcomes when implemented skillfully. 1

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WEIDONG CLOUD EDUCATION ON COVID-19 EDUCATION RESPONSE

whitePaper | April 9, 2020

Educational Resource sharing- Teachers can upload e-book, PPT, micro-course and other teaching resources of the subject to Weidong WeLMS platform and share with students. Students can consult and learn independently, and teachers will guide students. • Live classroom- During live teaching, teachers ask questions to students and answer their questions in time, which breaks the regional restrictions.Recording and Broadcasting classroom- The school organized students of all majors, selects the existing teaching resources of the school, and establishes a Recording and Broadcasting classroom through WeLMS platform.

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Defining Education 4.0: A Taxonomy for the Future of Learning

whitePaper | January 13, 2023

The Education 4.0 learning taxonomy presents a comprehensive set of skills, attitudes, and values to prepare young learners for well-being in the economies of the future. This white paper outlines the philosophy behind Education 4.0, as well as the specific taxonomy structure of skills, attitudes and values, and their respective definitions, synthesizing and building on contemporary research and established education taxonomies.

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Wesleyan University

A private, non-sectarian liberal arts university in Middletown, Conn., founded in 1831, Wesleyan offers its 2,900 undergraduates and 200 graduate students a demanding educational environment that fosters creative, independent and experimental work.

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