Nicky Mohan

Nicky Mohan

Nicky Mohan is managing director of an international educational consulting firm. She is a former classroom teacher, school and university administrator, instructional designer, business sector manager and trainer, and international speaker.

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Nicky Mohan

Nicky Mohan is managing director of an international educational consulting firm. She is a former classroom teacher, school and university administrator, instructional designer, business sector manager and trainer, and international speaker. She has delivered hundreds of presentations in more than a dozen countries.

At the University of Waikato, New Zealand, Nicky designed and delivered courses and workshops based on best practices in teaching and learning. In Canada and New Zealand, she led an international team in producing lesson plans that met the required curriculum standards while embedding 21st century fluency skills. She is coauthor of Making School a Game Worth Playing.

Nicky earned bachelor’s and master’s degrees from the University of South Africa and another master’s degree in literacy and numeracy from Auckland University of Technology.

Presentation titles by Nicky Mohan

  • 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