“That’s it, class – you’ll find the notes and the PowerPoint on the S-Drive and a version on Moodle, there is also some relevant info on my edublog.”
It was a Social Studies 10 class and the topic was “Exploring Twentieth Century Canada.” The teacher’s personal “edublog” included additional references, access to YouTube videos and archived material on lessons for that class to date.
It was at that point that I realized how much the delivery of learning has changed, and how fast. Student access to a teacher-guided world of information has revolutionized how, when and where kids are learning now.
Not in the future – now.
Full Text: Online lessons changing the face of learning.