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21st Century Skills Building in k12
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21st Century Skills in k12
Create a more enjoyable, and technologically enriched learning environment
Increase motivation, productivity, mood and test performance
Importance of personal responsibility, resilience, and a passion to learn.
What can a teacher can do to create an environment that accommodates 21st century skills building and makes the classroom experience more enjoyable?
Joseph Liester - Identifys 21st century Skills (Creation, Collaboration, Communication)
video (Three Phases of Education Technology)
Digital Natives, Digital Immigrants - Marc Prensky 2001
Changing Paradigms - Sir Richard Robinson
Flip your classroom: reach every student in every class every day. - J. Bergmann & A. Sams 2012
Findings "In God We Trust, Others bring Data"
Findings Cont: Solutions
Qualitative Survey Research
Flipped Mastery Classroom W/BYOD
Universal Design for Learning
Develop Student Projects and Teams
Facilitate peer and self learning
What can the Teacher do to make class more enjoyable?
Samples were taken from Byron High School
Sample of Parent Surveys were taken on Facebook
productivity of students using PDD.
What students and teachers already use PDD for.
Behavior modification using reward and penalty of PDD time in classroom.
Admins take on BYOD policy.
"Let me listen to music while I do my work"
"Let me do my homework in class"
"Take time to celebrate our achievements"