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An overview of the latest trends in the world of elementary education. Read more New in Education What's New in Education Schools seem to have their own sets of buzzwords and acronyms, and education trends can change from one year to the next. It's hard to keep up. To understand what's happening in schools today, take a look at these five current trends in education to learn how they're affecting classrooms, the home, and ultimately your child. Personalized Learning With so much technology in schools -- from iPads to educational games -- teachers have many more ways to meet students' individual learning needs while addressing their personal interests. Many digital games and educational software programs are "adaptive," meaning that the content adjusts as kids progress to challenge or further support them. Also, teachers have easier access to more quality content, so they can direct students interested in outer space, for instance, to an online astronomy library. Teachers also have access to more specific information about students' strengths and weaknesses, so they can better design and target their instruction based on needs and interest. This level of detail about a student's performance and interests also makes it easier to suggest strategies and content that parents can use with their kids at home. A great teacher, coupled with great technology, can also make it easier for students and teachers to collaborate. Teachers can identify areas of high interest to parents or suggest ways they can support individual students. Homework is becoming more collaborative, whether among students or family members. With answers to almost any question at their fingertips, kids' curiosity can be encouraged while they wait for a school bus or sit at a dentist appointment. And parents and teachers can stay in constant touch -- from emails and texts to message boards and blogs -- which can give parents a glimpse into a classroom's inner workings. The Common Core standards give schools a way to measure student progress throughout their academic careers and help teachers and parents identify progress, challenges, and help personalize student learning. The national conversation about Common Core, although heated at times, has emphasized that the best skill set for today's learners fuses the 3 Rs reading, writing, and arithmetic with the 4 Cs critical thinking, collaboration, creativity, and communication. Student Data Collection Remember when academic records were kept in manila folders in giant filing cabinets in the school office? Nowadays most schools rely on cloud-based services to store student data. The data can range from addresses to test scores to eligibility for free lunch -- all of which needs to be protected throughout a student's school career and beyond. Plus, every time a student or teacher sets up an individual account for a classroom app or website or digitally tracks or records student progress, personally identifiable information potentially is being collected. What should parents do? Make sure to ask your school questions about how it's collecting, using, sharing, storing, and safeguarding your child's data. Many elementary schools take a holistic approach and weave these subjects and related skills, such as programming and design thinking, into their core classes. Some schools take innovative approaches by pairing social studies teachers with art teachers or science teachers with English language arts teachers. Project-based learning encourages students to create their own "driving questions" to then design, collaborate on, and create a research project, building the modern skills needed in today's workforce.
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