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Education in an age of AI with the Director of ISL, Dr. D.J. Condon and Head of Technology Sherriden Masters
Sasha Kehoe gives us a round-up of the week’s news, and we start close to home with this weekend’s Luxembourg Song Contest for Eurovision. Who will represent Luxembourg in Malmö in May? The eight finalists will go head-to-head at Rockhal this Saturday. You can watch the live-stream here on RTL Today with English commentary and live ticker.
https://today.rtl.lu/culture/music/a/2161266.html
Melissa Dalton and Sarah Tapp will be commenting on the English live-stream and this is how you can vote on the night.
https://today.rtl.lu/culture/music/a/2161387.html
So make sure to tune in, watch, listen and text in!
https://today.rtl.lu/culture/music/a/2156921.html
More entertainment news with the Oscar nominations, as Barbie is ‘snubbed’; it surprised many that neither Margot Robbie nor director Greta Gerwig were nominated.
In Luxembourg news we talk about the enormous difficulties faced by the construction industry here, plus the Begging Ban.
Internationally, we continue to follow the unfolding humanitarian crisis in Gaza with increasing levels of hunger leading to famine. Immigration bills are making headlines in the UK, France and Italy. And finally, Former President Donald Trump will has won the New Hampshire Republican primary.
Education in the age of AI
Dr. D.J. Condon joined the International School of Luxembourg as Director in August 2021. From graduating high school early in order to travel to Alaska where he lived in the bush homesteading, D.J. has taught right across the world. Deeply experienced as an English teacher, he started in Florida, then began his international teaching in Rotterdam, The Netherlands, then went east - Taipei, Taiwan; Yangon, Myanmar; Hong Kong; Kobe, Japan and Hawaii.
Sherriden Masters is the Head of Technology at ISL and a biology teacher at heart. He is passionate about the capacity of technology to facilitate learner agency and impact, with a consistent focus on outcomes for students. He and his family have lived in Brunei, India, Germany and the UK.
We discuss what progressive education means and the need to educate the whole child. Both D.J. and Sherriden talk about the benefits of experiences and how this develops the mind beyond ‘standard’ classroom education. All emphasis is placed on promoting student agency - allowing the student to think about new subjects or activities that would benefit the school or indeed the world more generally. As Sherriden puts it, he believes teachers are the ‘pit crew’ to develop the best students for life.
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Education in an age of AI with the Director of ISL, Dr. D.J. Condon and Head of Technology Sherriden Masters
Sasha Kehoe gives us a round-up of the week’s news, and we start close to home with this weekend’s Luxembourg Song Contest for Eurovision. Who will represent Luxembourg in Malmö in May? The eight finalists will go head-to-head at Rockhal this Saturday. You can watch the live-stream here on RTL Today with English commentary and live ticker.
https://today.rtl.lu/culture/music/a/2161266.html
Melissa Dalton and Sarah Tapp will be commenting on the English live-stream and this is how you can vote on the night.
https://today.rtl.lu/culture/music/a/2161387.html
So make sure to tune in, watch, listen and text in!
https://today.rtl.lu/culture/music/a/2156921.html
More entertainment news with the Oscar nominations, as Barbie is ‘snubbed’; it surprised many that neither Margot Robbie nor director Greta Gerwig were nominated.
In Luxembourg news we talk about the enormous difficulties faced by the construction industry here, plus the Begging Ban.
Internationally, we continue to follow the unfolding humanitarian crisis in Gaza with increasing levels of hunger leading to famine. Immigration bills are making headlines in the UK, France and Italy. And finally, Former President Donald Trump will has won the New Hampshire Republican primary.
Education in the age of AI
Dr. D.J. Condon joined the International School of Luxembourg as Director in August 2021. From graduating high school early in order to travel to Alaska where he lived in the bush homesteading, D.J. has taught right across the world. Deeply experienced as an English teacher, he started in Florida, then began his international teaching in Rotterdam, The Netherlands, then went east - Taipei, Taiwan; Yangon, Myanmar; Hong Kong; Kobe, Japan and Hawaii.
Sherriden Masters is the Head of Technology at ISL and a biology teacher at heart. He is passionate about the capacity of technology to facilitate learner agency and impact, with a consistent focus on outcomes for students. He and his family have lived in Brunei, India, Germany and the UK.
We discuss what progressive education means and the need to educate the whole child. Both D.J. and Sherriden talk about the benefits of experiences and how this develops the mind beyond ‘standard’ classroom education. All emphasis is placed on promoting student agency - allowing the student to think about new subjects or activities that would benefit the school or indeed the world more generally. As Sherriden puts it, he believes teachers are the ‘pit crew’ to develop the best students for life.
www.islux.lu
  continue reading

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