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Training 21st Century teachers to meet the needs of today's learners.

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  • Leading Change to Prepare 21st Century Teachers by Sarah Sanchez EDUC 652
  • Urgency: A combination of thoughts (about great opportunities and great hazards), feelings (a gut-level determination to do something now), and behavior (we are going to do something to win because we understand both the opportunities and the hazards). (Kotter, 1996)
  • “One of the big challenges we face is how to encourage institutions of higher learning to become learning institutions themselves.” (Brown, 2005) 3
  • Digital media literacy is an increasingly important skill in every discipline and profession, but training is rare - especially in teacher education programs. 4 2010 Horizon Report
  • “You can’t just drop new innovations into a classroom and hope that the instructor will invent effective ways to use them. To fully utilize a new teaching technology you need to invent new teaching practices as well.” (Brown, 2005) 5
  • Teaching and learning practices must be adapted to meet the needs of today's learners. 6 2010 Horizon Report
  • What century is ACU preparing teachers for? 7
  • “We want to transform the shape of the classroom from the factory model...” (Rankin, 2010) 8
  • “...to a model of engagement where each student becomes a resource in the class, and those resources are distinct and diverse.” (Rankin, 2010) 9
  • “The change starts with you.” (Harapnuik, 2010) 10
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  • I envision the creation of student centered online courses - core “21st Century Teacher Skills:” • Introduction to Research • Digital Media Literacy • Instructional Technology • Instructional Design 12
  • Produced with a sense of urgency by the ACU Online instructional design team. 13 (Kotter, 1996)
  • The objective is to prepare teachers to meet the needs of today's learners. 14
  • So they know what it is. 15
  • And have the skills to use it as a disruptive innovation to education. 16 Jacobs, 2010
  • “When I give students access to a mobile device, I give them a possibility for discovery that didn’t exist in the classroom before.” (Rankin, 2010) 17
  • It's about the Skills. 18 Jacobs, 2010
  • Which we shall learn & teach...one deliberate step at a time. Jacobs, 2010 19 Kotter, 1996
  • References: Abilene Christian University. (2010). Mobile Learning Advances in K-12 with ACU's Digital Leadership Program. Retrieved from http://mastered.acu.edu/new/press-release/2010/mobile-learning.asp Brown, J. S. (2005). New learning environments for the 21st century. Educause Review, Retrieved from http:// net.educause.edu/ir/library/pdf/ffp0605.pdf Christensen C. M., C. W Johnson, & M. B. Horn. (2008). Disrupting Class: How Disruptive Innovation Will Change the Way the World Learns. New York: McGraw-Hill. Harapnuik, D. (2010). The Lines That Went Before. Abilene Christian University. Retrieved from http://acu.embanet.com/ mod/resource/view.php?id=92165 Jacobs, H. H. (Ed.). (2010). Curriculum 21. Association for Supervision & Curriculum Development. Kotter, John P. (1996). Leading Change. Boston: Harvard Business Press. Rankin, Bill. (2010, January 27). Mobile Learning. Retrieved from http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D9k7O7ep2Yk Resources: Artwork created by Sally Sanchez on an iPad with the Whiteboard App. (2010). Bach, J. S. (1720). Violin Concerto No. 1 in A Minor [Recorded by Julia Fischer & Academy of St. Martin in the Fields] [medium of recording: audio download] (2009) 20