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21st Century Skills
Transcript of 21st Century Skills
What Are Web Applications?
Allow you to perform tasks or create objects without software
Known as “Web 2.0”
Often include social interaction
Accessible from anywhere.
Applications go up and down
Web 2.0 may allow students to interact with other people online
Students’ privacy should be considered
Those with computers at home may spend more time on projects than those without computers.
The competencies described in the framework are the attitudes, skills, and knowledge that contribute to students becoming engaged thinkers and ethical citizens with an entrepreneurial spirit.
Storybird: Create digital storybooks using existing art collections
Storyjumper: Create digital storybooks using clip art and get them printed
Wordle: A tool for generating “word clouds” from text
A Wordle of the book of Genesis
Glogster: Create multimedia posters
It looks like a poster, but readers can interact with the content
The value of Web 2.0 applications is related to how we as teachers use them.
We need to design projects and assignments that require higher order thinking.
For example: Prezi can be more than pictures!
1. Critical Thinking and Problem Solving
2. Communication and media literacy
3. Creativity and Innovation
4. Collaboration, team work and leadership
5. Computing and information literacy
6. Career and learning self-reliance
7. Cross-cultural understanding
Remember The 7 C’s
3Rs X 7 Cs = 21st Century Learning
create a mapped journal of an historic trip.
create a virtual field trip based on a class field trip.
complete a reflective project, mapping places of importance in their life.
Community Walk: Kid friendly maps
Timeglider: for creating and sharing history and project planning
Dipity: create, share, embed and collaborate on interactive, visually engaging timelines
Screencast-O-Matic: Capture, save, or post what’s on your computer screen
Whatever is on your screen you can capture in a movie.
Popplet: Helps students organize and share their visual ideas
Multiple users can collaborate
Eg. After reading a story children can brainstorm on words that describe what they read.
Grapholite: Brainstorming diagram
Access can be shared
Learning Management System
Collaboration and Edmodo
Edmodo: a social learning platform that supports collaborative project-based learning
Secure social learning network
Xtranormal turns text and words into a 3D animated movies