Trending Learning Strategies

In recent years culture has been evolved in many ways, which includes new technology, improved economic policies, innovative high school teaching and learning strategies, etc. However, it takes time to adopt new changes and new habits. When it comes to learning strategies for modern pedagogy, most people talk about it but not yet had a complete influence on education.

Let’s explore these few innovative learning strategies with Parag Fatehpuria.

Crossover Learning

Crossover Learning

If schools adopt informal learning strategies like visiting museums and after-school club, it will prove as a great idea. As it will help them to connect educational content with issues that are necessary for learners to learn in their lives. Informal learning helps them to experience everything on their own and develop their interest to learn more.

 Learning Through Debate

Learning Based on Context

The debate is helpful for students to learn science and mathematics by arguing in a healthy way like professional scientist and mathematicians. Teachers can conduct healthy discussion environment in the classroom by encouraging students to ask open-end questions, put remarks in clear scientific language, and use models to deliver explanations. When you teach a student to argue in a scientific way, it will help them in learning taking turns, actively listening capability, etc.

Learning Based on Incident

Learning From Incidents

Learning based on live incidents is totally incidental and unintentional learning which is actually very helpful to learn and remember useful things that matter. For many people, the mobile device has made easy to remain updated on an everyday basis. This is how technology and gadgets support incidental learning. It is basically informal learning which is not conducted by a teacher nor does it follow any kind of curriculum.

Learning Based on Context

Learning Based On Context

Context allows us to learn from experience. In context learning we interpret new information in the context including time and place of the event and related information that we already know, to understand its relevance and meaning. In a classroom, usually, the context is typically confined to a particular space and limited time. Outside the classroom, learning comes from a wider context, for example exploring a heritage site or museum, or reading a good book.

Computational Thinking

Computational Thinking

Computation thinking builds the powerful problem-solving mindset to think and approach different ideas and strategies. It helps you to learn how to break down large problems into smaller ones, recognizing its connection with the problems that have been solved in the past. Identifying and implementing steps to reach a solution. The aim is not just to develop children as computer coders, but also develop the art of thinking in them. Such trait will enable them to tackle complex challenges in every walk of life.

Adaptive Thinking

Adaptive Thinking

When it comes to learning, every individual is different, however, the educational presentations and material are the same. Leaning becomes a problem for more children when they bear a burden and stress to figure out how to engage with content. It makes some learners bore, some get lost, and very few find the path through the content that results in complete learning. His is where adaptive learning is the better option as it offers a solution to the problem. By using data of learner’s previous and current learning and build a path for easy learning and provide various tools to monitor one’s progress.

Final Thoughts

According to Parag Fatehpuria, these are few innovative learning strategies that every high school must adapt to provide easy and smart learning with 100% results

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Parag Fatehpuria
"I’m Parag Fatehpuria . I’m a Mentor living in Ahmedabad, India. I am a fan of travel, reading, and entrepreneurship. I’m also interested in education and basketball. Apart from it I have been associated with many other social service.

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