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Engaging the 21st Century Learner Through Collaboration, Inquiry, and Technology

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Transcript of Engaging the 21st Century Learner Through Collaboration, Inquiry, and Technology

Curriculum Doppler Hubble's
Law EM
Spectrum IEP's
504's
ESL COMMON planning content
meeting Ideas Independent
Learning
Options Scientific Process Scientific Community Differentiated
Lab Outcomes differentiated
lab outcomes hape Ideas Common
Moodle
site Differentiated
Lab Outcomes Communicate Collaborate Evaluate Collaborate and Present Gather
and
Analyze
Data Communicate Plan Predict Conclude Science Inquiry PREZI MEETING Independent Learning
Options Standard Intermediate Advanced common
formative & summative
assessments interact instant
item
analysis group understanding

individual understanding

guide instruction built through
collaboration all
class
individual Individual remediation
enrichment students Lab
Report How do we administratively "build" a creative and engaging 21st century learning community? If you build it... What do we need to administratively consider before we head to the plate?
Structure of the schedule
Staffing
Technology
Budget On Deck Circle How do we put theory into practice? Standing in the Batter’s Box The Age of Accountability NCLB Common Core IDEA Keystones Classroom and Instruction Community Expectations District Expectations Building
Expectations Academic Focus

Shared Beliefs and Values

Productive, Professional Relationships First Base - Examining the DNA
of a Successful Schools Moodle Reading
Outline Lab Learning
Activity Review
Activity Twitter Calendar Safari Camera Settings Effort-based ability
Shared responsibility
High internal locus of control
Caring and supportive climate
Common core of professional knowledge Second Base - Characteristics of Shared Beliefs and Values Non-defensive examination of practice
Ability to discuss the undiscussable
Willingness to ask for help
Celebration, caring and humor
Curiosity and constant learning
Willingness to hold each other accountable for agreed upon norms and expectations
Healthy professional dialogue addressing conflict and disagreement Third Base - Characteristics of Productive, Professional Relationships New, negotiated culture emerges Developing a common set of beliefs, values, and norms

Empower stakeholders

Build relationships

Share knowledge

Communicate Develop Cultural Aptitude Engineering a Collaborative, Inquiry-Based, and Technology-Rich Learning Community Heading for Home - It's a Process Strong organizational culture
Capacity to increase teacher expertise
Increased student achievement
Thoughtful and caring learning community Do not confuse motion and progress. A rocking horse keeps moving but does not make any progress.


- Alfred A. Montapert Bliss, B. (2004). State of the School: PVIS, Kinzers, PA. Moodle Customization Embrace Multiple Theories and Best
Practices by Adapting not Adopting PASCD
Great Valley Middle School
Great Valley School District
Malvern, PA 19355
www.gvsd.org
(610)644-6440 Scores rose on 15 of 16 assessments Scores rose on ALL 16 adapted assessments Not everything we have tried has worked. C B C D Customize Coach Co-teach Engaging the 21st Century Learner through Collaboration, Inquiry, and Technology How do we balance accountability with doing what is in the best interest of the students? What does 21st century instruction look like in practice? Critical thinking and problem solving
Collaboration and leadership
Agility and adaptability
Initiative and environmentalism
Effective oral and written communication
Accessing and analyzing information
Curiosity and imagination Wagner’s Seven Survival Skills Wagner, T. (2008). The global achievement gap: When even our best schools don’t teach the new survival skills our children need – and what we can do about it. New York, NY: Basic Books. Critical thinking and problem solving
Collaboration and leadership
Agility and adaptability
Initiative and environmentalism
Effective oral and written communication
Accessing and analyzing information
Curiosity and imagination Wagner, T. (2008). The global achievement gap: When even our best schools don’t teach the new survival skills our children need – and what we can do about it. New York, NY: Basic Books. Wagner's Seven Survival Skills Main Page Sub-Unit Reading Lab Page Independent
Learning Review
Activity Common Moodle Assessments Individual Moodle Metacognition Stepping Stones Reflection Goal Setting Lead & Support
Station Teaching
Parallel Teaching
Alternative Teaching
Team Teaching Reading/Outline
Lab Outcomes
Independent Learning
Review Activities Collaboration
Stepping Stones
Reflection
Goal Setting Collaboration Data
Results Serious
Games Assessments Common Moodle Site Cutomize Co-Teach Based Evaluate
and
Revise Rough Draft Pre-write Final Copy Technical Writing multiple intelligences visual spatial
linguistic
interpersonal meet
student
needs 76' high x 98' wide
7,372 square feet Among the largest HD displays in
the world One of many 21st century features in CBP 8th Grade
Earth and Space Science Discovery Inquiry After part of
curriculum
is taught... Prior to Collaboration.... Collaboration How do we collaborate with
students?
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