Ian Jukes

Ian Jukes

Ian Jukes is an internationally known educational leadership consultant. He is a former K–12 classroom teacher, administrator, writer, university instructor, and keynote speaker.

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Ian Jukes

Ian Jukes is an internationally known educational leadership consultant. He is a former K–12 classroom teacher, administrator, writer, university instructor, and keynote speaker. His focus is on restructuring educational institutions so that they are relevant to the current and future needs of the digital generation. He also works with government agencies and the banking, medical, and insurance industries. Ian has worked with clients in more than 80 countries and delivered more than 10,000 presentations to 200,000 to 300,000 people each year.

An author, his titles include Teaching the Digital Generation, Living on the Future Edge, and Understanding the Digital Generation. Ian has also published more than 160 articles in a variety of journals and magazines. He has served as contributing editor to four journals and editor of three others.

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Presentation titles by Ian Jukes

  • Teaching With the Future in Mind
  • Process Learning for the 21st Century: The Eight Essential Skills for Success in the Future
  • Education in the Age of Disrupted Learning
  • An Introduction to the Future of Education
  • Reinventing Learning for the Always-On Generation: Strategies That Work
  • 21st Century Tools for 21st Century Learners
  • Teaching the New Basics for the Digital Age
  • Beyond Literacy to Fluency: The New Learning Process
  • An Introduction to the Just-In-Time Teaching and Learning Model
  • Lessons for the 21st Century: An Introduction to Split Screen Learning
  • Fifteen Ways to be a Smarter Teacher
  • Why Questions Are More Important Than Answers
  • Information Investigation: Teaching Students How to Become Digital Detectives in the Age of InfoWhelm and Hyperinformation
  • Using Rubrics for Teaching, Learning, and Assessment
  • An Introduction to Split Screen Planning: A New Instructional Approach for the 21st Century