You talk about 'the new way' of teaching and learning. In general, this refers to teaching and learning using digital resources and tools, or the so-called 21st century classroom. Can you expand this 'new way'? How is teaching different today than five to 10 years ago?
Teaching today, for me, differs most from for 5-10 years ago in that I have started using many of the possibilities I've always seen in digital resources. Digital learning tools are more readily available and more common in every household. When I started work this fall (2013) I decided to not hand out plans for the week (or two weeks as I've also done in the past), but to refer the pupils and parents to itslearning. These are year 4 pupils and we've been using itslearning regularly since year 1. All plans, homework and assignments went through itslearning. To this day I haven't had any complaints about the missing sheet of paper. Our classroom is equipped with a smartboard which I use every lesson. Either as a traditional digital whiteboard, with electronic versions of curriculum-books or as a plain old projector (for video or texting). We have 5 portable computers we use every day, either for writing, using pedagogical software/webpages, handing in assignments via itslearning or googling a subject to name a few. In my opinion the biggest difference is that we have available today, the things I dreamt about 10 years ago (Now of course the dreams have altered and expanded, but that'sa whole other story...).