Watch the next video from the IAE – IBE Educational Practices Video Series, co-published by IBE-UNESCO and the IAE, developed with support from The Learning Bar. In this video, Lorin Anderson, Carolina Distinguished Professor Emeritus, discusses his policy paper “Task, Teaching and Learning: Improving the Quality of Education for Economically Disadvantaged Students.” Anderson speaks on the power of inquiry-based learning, collaborative problem-solving, and personalized instruction to help ignite curiosity, inspire critical thinking, and unlock the full potential of your students.
These videos and associated handbooks cover a range of topics, including guiding principles for twenty-first-century learning, improving education for economically disadvantaged students, recovering from the impact of COVID-19, curriculum design, and teaching students how to become lifelong learners. Throughout this series, renowned scholars share insights from their transformative handbooks on educational practice.
Explore the IAE – IBE Educational Practices Series to learn about improving education for all.