Incorporating digital teaching methods with traditional learning
Stephen Valentine, Director of Academic Leadership at Montclair Kimberley Academy a school of thought that turns inquiry into insight joins Enterprise Radio to discuss incorporating digital teaching methods with traditional learning.
- Can you start by telling us more about Montclair Kimberley Academy and your role at the school?
- Technology is everywhere, especially in our school system. Can you share with us the digital methods that you implement at MKA? Are these methods well-received by students and teachers alike?
- Which method do you think is most essential for your students and how do you help your students practice good technology habits outside of the classroom?
- Do you ever encounter any challenges with technology and your students and if so, how do you overcome those challenges?
- I understand that you take a unique approach in blending traditional teaching methods with technology at MKA, can you tell us more about that and how other educators can learn from this?
Stephen J. Valentine is an educator, school leader, writer, and serial collaborator. He serves as the assistant head, upper school, and director of academic leadership at Montclair Kimberley Academy and Coordinating Editor of Klingbrief, a publication of the Klingenstein Center at Columbia University. He is the co-author of Blending Leadership: Six Simple Beliefs for Leading Online and Off and a columnist for EdSurge.