Taking a heutagogical approach to your learning space means opening the space for learning and allowing learning to take one of many possible directions or pathways. Learners will best flourish when they are able to apply the learning outcomes to their own subjective world.
How can we extend the value we offer our teachers? How can we strengthen our teaching community?
What professional development for teachers has the greatest impact on our students’ learning experience?
The Peer Observations Project (POP) trialed at SIBT aims to encourage collaboration between teachers through observations with new and exisiting teaching staff in order to learn from others without the the pressure of being observed by a manager.
In this event, Bloom’s Taxonomy and ‘flipped learning’ are presented as theoretical lenses through which active learning may be better understood. Specifically, that it consists of two components: ‘active’ and ‘learning’.