Smart Objectives in learning a Design Thinking Approach

With so many learning theories, strategies, methodologies in the educational literature that currently exit, our educational system still suffer from students low performance, gaps between readiness and real-world problems, and shallow problem-solving skills/ higher academic attainment.

I believe as educators we should focus our planning to communicate the rationale behind a learning concept rather direct students to robotic actions to follow through what may look and sound like fancy objectives. The potential is there, we could allow the learners to deconstruct and make connections through creating a long chain of thoughts that would eventually lead them to the core concept of the laws of cosmos only if we revise our learning objectives. one way to do that, is to allow space for learners to decide on their learning objectives, and design their own path to understanding.

Speaker: Eman Hamshari, Head of Innovation - Taaleem