Education and classroom approaches have changed significantly in schools in the last five years. 21st Century learners are accustomed to a whole new approach to learning; where flipped classroom teaching is commonplace and, independent and mobile learning are synonymous with classroom practice.
So how do heritage education programmes adjust to this new way of classroom delivery?
How do you meet with the expectations of 21st Century learners (and teachers), who have a different outlook on what happens in a classroom?
How do you adapt your education programmes to excite, inspire and engage this new generation of learners with heritage?
This half day conference explores education project delivery to inspire and excite young people about heritage.
The conference explores what happens in today’s schools and classrooms, and provides a powerful insight into how education programmes can be delivered to inspire and engage today’s learners. You will also have the chance to meet like-minded educators, and be able to ask questions about how you can develop your heritage education programmes.
With expert guest speakers on 21st Century classroom approaches, you will come away with a new look on education programme delivery.
Session 1: Meeting 21st Century Learners’ Expectations
Session 2: 21st Century classroom approaches in schools
Session 3: A hands-on session of 21st Century approaches to learning
Session 4: Q&A