Teacher predicts more BYOD, "unconferences" in the new year

01/2/2014 | EdSurge

2014 will bring an acceleration in the use of students' personal devices in the classroom, according to Ronen Habib, a teacher at Gunn High School in Palo Alto, Calif. Habib writes in this blog post that he expects more blended learning, an increased use of video instruction, and a greater focus on students' social and emotional learning in the new year. Habib writes he expects more grassroots professional development such as "unconferences" and education-related chats on Twitter.

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