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  • A Dozen: number 1: Kids won’t come to school if they don’t feel cared for and safe. Brooks
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    • 1. Jonathan E. MartinSimple K-12 webinar November 5, 2012
    • 2. Jonathan E. Martin 10 years experience teaching high school history 15 years experience principal/head of school, pk-12. Currently educational writer and consultant. BA, Harvard University; M.A, School Admin, U. of San Francisco www.21k12blog.net Twitter: @JonathanEMartin jonathanemartin@gmail.com
    • 3.  By 2019, more than 50% of high school courses will be offered online.
    • 4. • Personal inquiry learning -• Seamless learning -• MOOCs -• Assessment for learning -• New pedagogy for e-books -• Badges to accredit learning -• Learning analytics -the future of learning lies in a student-centered, web 2.0 empowered,networked connectivism.This is the New Culture of Learning, and weowe it to our own life-long learning and toour students to study this mode closely andexploit every opportunity to advance it.
    • 5. Nearly 90% ofemployers surveyed byAmerican ManagementAssociation said thatcritical thinking,communication,collaboration andcreativity skills werecritical to theirorganization.
    • 6. Michael Horne:Rethinking StudentMotivation
    • 7. 1. caring, connected, relationships
    • 8. 4. Real World Situated Learning
    • 9.  What if? At least half of the time they spend on schoolwork must be on stuff that can’t end up in a folder we put away. It should be because their work is something they create on their own, or with others, that has real value in the real world.
    • 10. 8. Digital Textbooks
    • 11. 9. Personalized learning &learning analytics for students
    • 12. 10. Innovation & Entrepreneurship
    • 13. 11. Authentic assessment
    • 14. 12. Character Education: Performance and Ethical
    • 15. http://goo.gl/yhXn7 (works cited: readings and resources) Twitter: @jonathanemartin www.21k12blog.nethttp://21k12blog.net/jem-ed-services/jonathanemartin@gmail.com

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