The primary purpose of designing a future-ready learning studio is to provide the tactile learners a chance to explore the content through a different medium. Note that all of the learning studios are interconnected. Meaning that the same learning target is being taught in the mini-lesson, practiced in the independent learning studio, retaught in the digital content, and showcased in the future ready learning studio.
Using Dry Erase Dice in a future ready learning studio
Future Ready Learning Studio Misconception
A future-ready learning studio activity can take place over a couple of days. For example:
Monday - the students roll the dice to learn new vocabulary words
Tuesday - the students can play a game of charades to practice the words
Wednesday - the students can build a song that helps them to remember the words
Thursday - the students record the song on FlipGrid or Seesaw.me
Friday - the students listen or watch other group presentations.
Learn More with Marcia Kish
Marcia Kish - Blended and Personalized Learning coach that designed the Three Phases of Blended Learning