Presented by: Denis Sheeran

Classes are too often guided by textbooks and dry course materials. But every day teachers experience moments that can and should be used in their classrooms the very next day. Instant Relevance is the idea of using today’s experiences in tomorrow’s lessons. We have reached a point where the question “when am I going to use this in real life” has become a joke among teachers and students. With the technology available and constantly growing, teachers can change that question to one of wonder. “Where in your life did you get THAT from?” And this time, we’ll have an answer.

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