Develop students into curious explorers and independent thinkers. With this resource, you will explore a lifelong learning approach to education as well as key goals for educational success.
How to Prepare Students for a Changing World
How can teachers ensure students will continue to challenge and educate themselves after graduation so they can succeed throughout their lives? In Teaching for Lifelong Learning, author Elliott Seif distinguishes a four-phase instructional framework:
With the framework and coordinating strategies, educators facilitate key goals, criteria and principles to support learning beyond the classroom. When educators align their curriculum and assessments with the principles and criteria for lifelong learning, students can continually show essential skills like making connections, synthesizing ideas and collaborating.
About the Author:
Elliott Seif is an educational consultant and author. He served for 15 years as the director of curriculum and instruction services for the Bucks County Intermediate Unit, an educational service agency in Bucks County, Penn. He was also a social studies teacher, professor of education at Temple University, and the director of the Pennsylvania Future Problem Solving Program.
All, Early Years, 5-8 Years, 8-12 Years, 12-15 Years, 15-18 Years
Teacher Manual, 232 Pages
Solution Tree Press
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