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Copy of 21st Century Learning

GNIS staff meeting, March 5 2012
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Michelle Khatib

on 11 October 2012

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Transcript of Copy of 21st Century Learning

When do we start the future? in a day? What is 21st Century Learning? What does 21st century technology mean for the future of education? So what are you currently doing with technology in your classroom? Have you heard the latest? Buzz Words Digitial Literacy 1:1 BYOD Flipped Classroom Web 2.0 Digital Citizens Personal Learning Networks Backchannel Google Apps Digital Storytelling QR codes Emerging Technologies mobile apps Tablet Computing Cloud Computing Game Based Learning Collaboration Authentic Learning connections blended learning resistance to change a week? a year? Technology Embedded
Curriculum Social Networks it's not just about books anymore! What is 21st Century Learning?
Why should I care? Changing Paradigms "ICT classes" vs "embedded technology" TPACK Framework Bloom's Digital Taxonomy technological pedagogical and content knowledge RSS Challenge-based & Active Learning 21st Century Students 21st Century Teachers transforming the way we teach, the way we learn, the way we know where do we start? Our world now TMI
....If I just ignore it, will it go way? We used to know what our students needed to know to be successful The generation of human knowledge continues to increase at a exponential rate - it doubled between 2008 and 2010 - some experts predict that by 2012 it will double every 72 hours! Now, we don't even know what kinds of jobs to prepare them for! Nobody does complex interplay of three primary forms of knowledge: Content (CK), Pedagogy (PK), and Technology (TK). & eReaders can we afford to keep doing this? http://www.usi.edu/distance/bdt.htm At the end, silly! does this mean if we build it FIRST, they will come? "What do we want students to learn?" What do teachers need to know? What resources do we need? How do we make it happen? JUST DO IT! no, we need to start here and ask "What do we want our students to learn?" Planning for 21st Century Technology What does this end look like? We gotta have a vision! is just saying we want "students to work with advanced ICT as an integral part of the curriculum" enough? Integrated Information Systems New Roles Educational Portals School Wide Systems how do we know when we've reached the end? Legend "PEOPLE" BUILDING BLOCKS
•Paradigm shifts in teaching methods
•Curriculum changes
•Informational literacy
•Professional development
•Technical support
•Teacher support
•Students
•Parents  INFORMATION MANAGEMENT BUILDING BLOCKS
•Library management system
•Student information /school management systems (i.e. admissions, financial data tracking, attendance, grading, student reports, portfolios & progress tracking, etc)
•Learning/course management systems  TECHNOLOGY BUILDING BLOCKS
•Wireless network infrastructure improvements
•Cloud computing
*1:1 Initiative: laptops, tablets & smart phones 20th Century Learning.... you've reached the end



we can now start the future 21st Century Administrators http://www.iste.org/standards.aspx
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