by Sofia Amador-Brenes, EdD - Definition: Concurrent instruction is a term used to describe a hybrid teaching & learning approach where one teacher delivers instruction to a group of in-person students and a group of remote students simultaneously.
by Janet Hale, MEd - For those of you who may be thinking traditionally regarding the title’s equation, it may not appear to make sense. First, let me share my role in this equation: I am delighted to have been selected as the Foreign-School Partnership Project and Curriculum Coordinator for a joint venture between The Dewey Schools and Mount Vernon School.
by Dr. Toby A. Travis
Chad P. Wick, president and CEO of the KnowledgeWorks Foundation states, “You can’t expect children to learn 21st-century skills in schools built for the 1950s. We need schools designed for 21st-century success.” Some would argue the meaning and function of the learning environment is minimal, as related to the traditional brick and mortar school. Projects such as the widely successful Hole-in-the-wall Project, where students accomplish amazing levels of learning in far from ideal surroundings, suggests that students learn in any setting – and to a certain extent that is quite true.
The Gateway International School System (Vietnam) has contracted the GLOBAL School Consulting Group to provide comprehensive professional development services to the teachers and instructional leaders of the system’s schools for the 2020-21 school year.
The foundation for the project is the commitment that Edufit and GIS have to delivering world-class education, including high-performance professional learning that ensures the delivery of innovative and trusted education services to its students, faculty, and leadership.