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  • 1. Innovation Through Technology 21st Century Learning
  • 2. What’s Your Responsibility As A Teacher?Ensure Today’s Students Are Ready to:* Live *Learn *Work *Thrive In this high-tech-global- highly participatory world
  • 3. Let’s fill up our tank with Innovation “The Fuel for a Knowledge-Based Economy”#1 visualization #2 democratization of knowledge #3 participatory cultures for learning.
  • 4. Let’s engage today’sstudents deep into learning ! Students need a balance to flow (adaptive expertise) 50% skill building 50% Creativity
  • 5. Innovation One: Visualization• Develop students as informed consumers of information – *recognition of the potential for manipulation of media• Engage students in thinking critically and creatively using visuals – *Gapminder• Engage students in communicating using visuals – *contrast, repetition, alignment, proximity
  • 6. Innovation Two: Democratization of Knowledge• -provides the opportunity for lifelong individual and group learning. For students to leverage that opportunity fully requires critical thinking, information literacy, and a measure of self-direction, all of which need to be developed in part of our school systems.Examples:• Browsing the Net-Providing intensive work with students on informed searching, navigating the visible and invisible Web, critiquing websites to check for reliable sources, persevering to ensure comprehensive, balanced searches• Learning Objects- Digital/Web based resource for use and reuse to support learning• Simulations-students are able to experiment with parameters behind a visual simulation21st century skills: rethinking how students learn/(edited by) James Bellanca, Ron Brandt.
  • 7. Innovation Three: Participatory Learning• Web 2.0 tools of the 21st century have given rise to a participatory culture• Students expect to be active participants Example: Use of Facebook to engage students to learn about the periodic table
  • 8. Does your classroom advance 21st century learning and student engagement by embracing the innovations of visualization,democratization of knowledge andparticipatory/collaborative learning?
  • 9. References• Text 21st century skills: rethinking how students learn/(edited by) James Bellanca, Ron Brandt.• Pictures Clipart from Microsoft Word