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  • My journey began in Summer 2008
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    • 1. Jonathan E. Martin Head of SchoolSt. Gregory College Preparatory School (AZ)
    • 2. Video
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    • 4.  Emphasis on ―Survival Skills‖ to be learned
    • 5. Assess WhatMatter Most
    • 6. TeachersCollaborate inNetworks ForLearning &Growth
    • 7. The schoolsare academicallydemanding.
    • 8. Digitaltechnologies infusethe curriculum.
    • 9. Project-basedlearning isintegral toschool’s program
    • 10. A cultureof engagementinvites innovation
    • 11. All are activelyengaged in aprocessof continuouslearning(growth mindset)
    • 12. 4C’s/6 C’s &BackwardDesign
    • 13.  Learning: Engage and Empower:Students createmultimedia contentand share it with theworld
    • 14. Assessment: Measure What Matters: ◦ Technology-based assessments that combine cognitive research and theory about how students think with multimedia, interactivity, and connectivity make it possible to directly assess these types of skills. ◦ This can be done within the context of relevant societal issues and problems that people care about in everyday life. ◦ Systems can be designed to capture students’ inputs and collect evidence of their knowledge and problem-solving abilities.
    • 15. Teaching: ConnectionIndividualeducatorsbuild onlinelearningcommunities
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    • 17. 1. Assessment of Academic Excellence & What Matters Most, Using Technology2. Focus on Key Skills/Outcomes, the C’s (especially) Creativity/Innovation3. Networked Educators Collaboratively Working/Planning/Researching/Learning4. Digitally Empowered, Networked Students Using Informational Resources Effectively & Responsibly5. PBL(T) and Students Learning by Doing/Creating/Producing/Designing/Building/Publishing
    • 18.  1. MAP and Computer Adaptive Assessment 2. Khan Academy Style Student Tracking 3. CWRA: Performance Task Assessment– just adopted by Smarter Balanced Consortium for Common Core Assessment 2.0 4. Computer Assisted Essay Scoring 5. Open Computer Testing 6. Digital Portfolios
    • 19. The public schools leading on formative assessments?
    • 20. The public schools leading on measuring 21st C. skills?Four of the five C’s
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    • 22. 4a. CWRA
    • 23. Crime StatisticsResearchBrief
    • 24. This process uses Latent Semantic Analysis (LSA)a mathematical/statistical technique—to create computer models that can be used to assist in the scoring ofwritten responses. The computer‐assisted process requires extensivescoring of written responses by trained human scorers using a well‐articulated scoring rubric.Research shows that the computer‐assisted scoring used by CLA is asaccurate as or more accurate than human expert scoring.
    • 25. Open Computer Testing
    • 26. 7) Calculate the frequency of radiation with a wavelengthof 115 nm. Show work or indicate specific solutionmethod (reproduce text entered in command line ofWolfram). (3 pts) [Wolfram is the general solution method, althoughfailure to understand the relationships between photonwavelength, frequency, and energy often leads to incorrectanswers. Here a case where one needs to understand howWolfram structures this particular "knowledge" to get thecorrect answer]
    • 27.  For Schools, OCT provides a vehicle to prioritize and drive instruction toward 21st century skills, applied thinking, and better preparation for future careers. For Teachers, OCT entails rethinking assessment and designing ―google-proof‖ questions which demand higher order thinking and information literacy and assess more lasting understanding. For Students, OCT when well designed is rigorous, and more authentic, more motivating, and requires greater information access, analysis, and application skills, better organization, and stronger real-world problemsolving skills.
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    • 29. Prepare 3 slides, each with a use, current oremerging, of technology which supports these six core components of schools of the future. Insert the slide in the right section. Each slide should feature one use, an image/logo, a link, and no more than 8 words, Be prepared to discuss/explain your slide in no more than 20 seconds.
    • 30. Apps
    • 31. CurrentFastCo Mag:Thereshould be a3D printer ineveryAmericanhigh school.
    • 32. www.21k12blog.netjonathanemartin@gmail.comTwitter: @JonathanEMartin