Research • Room 203 • 11:00
Mary Abura(Chonbuk National University)
Talk / Developing Learning Agility
Learning styles • Learning agility
Developing approaches to learning skills becomes more important than ever through the schooling process. Learners must be equipped with skills and strategies that allow them to be thinkers, communicators, risk-takers, inquirers, reflective, caring, open-minded, balanced, principled and knowledgeable. One way to improve learnability is to align the objective (learning target), skill indicator, and strategy. Most importantly, we also need to take an evidence-based approach to monitor student progress and provide cognitive coaching conversation.
Mary Abura identifies as an Educational Sociologist. She is an avid reader with a great interest in education within the context of social responsibility, as well as the impact of the 4th Industrial Revolution on labor and employment. She posits: the world is changing for our youth which is why learning agility should be emphasized by educators and taught as an essential life skill to learners.