Data visualisation has the potential to change the way that students and teachers measure learning outcomes.
Yesterday was one of my most proud at Telstra. In full collaboration with the Catholic Education Diocese of Parramatta we developed the connected classroom as part of “The Delany Connective”. The Delany Connective aims to transform learning and teaching at Delany College, Granville. It focuses on 21st century learning experiences that connect students, teachers and the community.
Just six months in, the transformation has been extraordinary. Students are more engaged – they want to be there! In fact, they often don’t want to leave the classroom at recess or lunch because the way they are learning is so engaging, exciting and relevant.
So how was all this achieved in six short months? Teachers abandoned paper-based, rote learning and teacher-led instruction in favour of a new pedagogical model that focuses on the 4Cs – creativity, collaboration, critical thinking and communication.
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