What do K-12 schools need to do to get students ready for a future that is harder to predict then ever before? We drew a panel of educators and innovators to discuss the challenges of teaching young people now.
Last Friday, we welcomed around 70 teachers from all around Australia at our second Stile Learning Community workshop of the year. The focus this time was firmly on flipped learning and student engagement.
Our Stile Learning Community workshops are designed to bring the community together to exchange imaginative ideas around using Stile. Here is a quick recap of our second Stile Learning Community workshop of 2014.
This is the first in a series we’re bringing to you where teachers share their experiences using Stile in the classroom, from implementation to day-to-day use and everything in between.
Tim McMullen, deputy principal, and teachers Francine Jorgensen, Nicole Hardinge, Helene Lionakis and Ester Omarsdottir told us about their experiences with Stile at Our Lady of the Assumption Primary School, Cheltenham.