Wednesday, January 20, 2010

How do teachers become 21st-century education leaders?

Education technology expert Cheryl Lemke offered tips in a recent speech on what it takes to be a 21st-century education leader, including the best ways to incorporate technology into classroom lessons to encourage student learning. "One big goal of your classes and your teaching should be to engage student interest as much as possible," Lemke said. "The question you should be asking is, 'When they leave school, are they even more curious then when they began?'" eSchool News

1 comment:

Bill said...

Thanks for posting the link to this article. I think interest in one's students is critical; afterward amplifying the "ripple effect" created by technology is important to capture a student's interest and cultivating curiosity.

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