Modular Learning Design


Current technology integration process in education substitutes tools in the classroom and changed the way pupils reflections about learning, however woefully lacks the aspects which technology can be useful in the whole learning progression, especially, analyze, deciding, applying, collaborative working, peer learning; shortly, when learning is happening. This presentation proposes a new paradigm for schools to ensure holistic learning of individuals to address 21st century needs of human. This will be an introduction and demonstration of a new curriculum framework designed for students aged 3 to 12: Modular Learning Design (MLD). With collective rich experience of several years and teachers have experienced Modular Learning Design personally. This new education will achieve: -Pupils ready with values, perception and skills for using their aptitude to effectively use technological advances meaningfully. -Differentiated and productive education -Learning-centered education -High-fidelity in education -Skill based development on individuals -Readying Gen-X to be able to lead and mentor Gen-Y for realizing their full potential. -Evaluating 21.Century Skills With this presentation participants, will get the examples of unit-lesson plans, digital materials and students works designed by Modular Learning Design. Participants can join the activity for assessment of 21st century skills with the interactive sample of "Collaborative problem solving"

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Murat Surmeli, Digital Learning Center, Turkey

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Conference: ECTC2016
Stream: e-learning and collaborative learning

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