So meeting march 6 2012 v2

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So meeting march 6 2012 v2

  1. 1. Version 1.0 – The Computer Committee
  2. 2. There is a movement afoot. mms://10.250.128.46/vbp/Uploads/classroom2020.wmv http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Mirxkzkxuf4&feature=related http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E
  3. 3. The Evolution of Mass Communications
  4. 4. Version 2.0 –The Technology Committee
  5. 5. “Curriculum 21”What year are we preparing students for?
  6. 6.  TRANSPARENCY NON-LINEAR ENGAGEMENT ACCESS ON DEMAND PARTICIPATION GLOBAL/REAL WORLD SOCIALLY CONSTRUCTED
  7. 7. We are not worthy!Kiss my ring. Knowledge
  8. 8. MeaningUnderstanding
  9. 9. Project Based Inquiry Driven
  10. 10. A Paradigm Shift
  11. 11. Some Thoughts on Digital Literacy,Personalized learningPersonalization and.EngagementIt’s not the tools . . It’s the learning
  12. 12. Personalized Learning takes a structured andresponsive approach, providing experiences thatenable students and their parents to make choicesaround what, when and where to learn. Itstrengthens the link between learning and teachingby actively engaging students and their parents aspartners in learning.
  13. 13. MOBILE TECHNOLOGY CANCHANGE LEARNINGGOOD WRITING STILL MATTERSUSING SOCIAL MEDIA NEEDS TOBE TAUGHTNETWORKS ARE ESSENTIALTHE REAL WORLD IS ADDICTIVE
  14. 14. No going back . . . they had seen what waspossible with real-world learning
  15. 15. Version 3.0 – School Success: Curriculum 21
  16. 16. Student and Program/Teacher Outcomes
  17. 17. • Personallyowned devices• Wirelessenvironment•Revision of ITPolicy
  18. 18. Communication and collaborationAt home and at school
  19. 19. Teachers help students manage the learningTasks, homework, assignments
  20. 20. 21st Century Competencies  Professional Development Staff Collaboration Technology to support pedagogy Focus on Verbs, not NounsSupporting teachers
  21. 21. Social media guidelines
  22. 22. Support the innovators
  23. 23. “Talk less. Listen more.” Daniel Pink
  24. 24. sections of courses • InstructionalDigital Classroom Pilot computer and A “Digital Classroom” projector in every technology model leverages classroom new internet technology as connected to the well as personally owned Internet computers to provide a • Web-based file “connected” classroom. storage for students with anywhere, anytime access • Blended E-Learning environment that supports anywhere, anytime access and incorporates both on-line collaboration and
  25. 25. DIALOGUE: 1. What is intriguing or interesting? 2. What doesn’t make sense? 3. What is scary? 4. What do I want to know more about?

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