Innovation of Pedagogy

Innovation of Pedagogy

Innovation of Pedagogy
Innovative Pedagogy creates students experiences leveraging best practice which encourage communication, collaboration, creativity, and critical thinking skills.
The Office of Innovation at Reynoldsburg City School District believes the essential focus of pedagogy, the study and practice of how best to teach, is on content standards. However, engagement in these standards through Innovative Pedagogy is not the continuation of ineffective traditional practice. Using what has worked and finding new practices for what has not worked, generates a continuous improvement that can be practically implemented. Part of this endeavor is risk-taking while effectively assessing progress and having the agility to navigate the best course for students. 
 
Practices such as, Design Thinking, Blended Learning, Embedded VR, MakerEd, and Transdisciplinary Problem Based Learning engage students in content standards in ways that deepen understanding and retention of knowledge individualized for each student.
 
 We need a pedagogy free from fear and focused on the magic of children's innate quest for information and understanding. ~ Sugata Mitra
Who visits who?
 Using Double Robots students can visit industry or  industry partners can visit classes. 
 
Real time, real world experiences help teachers engage students in practical application of content in opportunities that years previously would have been impossible.
 Ipad Robot
Design Thinking
What's your problem?!
 
Design Thinking is an innovative process that industry is using to solve problems. Solving problems in computer science, engineering, product development and many other real world applications, this methodology is essential for success it he 21st Century.
 
In Reynoldsburg City Schools we implement this process:
 
Design Process. Imagine, Plan, Design, Improve, Share
 
This process brings the different disciplines of teaching together! Mirroring the Scientific Method, Writing Process, and Artistic Process and allow a common dialogue for cross disciplinary work.
 
More information for teachers can be found here. 
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