Heritage Hall Reframed
I’m so intrigued by the book I chose, yes a hard copy. In Truth, Beauty, and Goodness: Reframed, Howard Gardner hopes to show how we can maintain traditional virtues of truth, beauty, and goodness in the not-so-traditional environment of today. He encourages us to continually confront and reflect on new examples of truth, beauty, and goodness and seek to align them with long-standing values.
I felt this was appropriate in a few ways. Right now I am mostly thinking about how well this goes with our goal of obtaining to ways of teaching and learning without losing the values of traditional education, which has worked for many years. It is all about adjusting our attitude and continue to do what teachers have always done…be life-long learners!
I’m so excited to try and fail new things…just as quickly as I get tired of my furniture, I get tired of the same ‘ol, same ‘ol in the classroom. It’s all in the best interest of the kids and let’s not forget, for us as well! I am a young teacher, so I started my career with a Smartboard, so I am not just necessarily talking about integrating technology, but the best practices of 21st Century fluencies. I just hope that all the teachers who have been educating for so long will maintain a positive, open attitude about the potential with moving into the 21st century! Great things are ahead!
Posted on 29 October 2011, in Books, Information Fluency and tagged 21st Century Classroom, 21st Century Fluency, 21st Century Learning, 21st Century Teaching, 21st Century Virtues, Attitude, Education, Future, Howard Gardner, Lifelong Learning, Smartboard, Values. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.