shared by Michael Walker on 15 May 10 - Cached
There are two keys to building the kind of trust required to make the new system successful. The first is to train teachers to effectively facilitate student learning without being the center of attention on a daily basis. This means teachers must develop a new skill set that hybridizes their content knowledge as well as their ability to transfer that knowledge to other fields. The number one trait that districts will be using to judge new teachers in the years to come: flexibility.
The second emphasis should be on generating this type of hybrid learning on a district level before extending beyond the walls of local control.
districts should begin working with isolated courses and training their staff gradually to facilitate these types of learning environments.
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