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This presentation was delivered on Oct. 20th at the IBM executive conference. The presentation looks at how the Ottawa Catholic School Board is transitioning to a 21st Century Learning and Teaching ...

This presentation was delivered on Oct. 20th at the IBM executive conference. The presentation looks at how the Ottawa Catholic School Board is transitioning to a 21st Century Learning and Teaching District. The focus is on pedagogy and not just technology.

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  • This presentation was delivered on Oct. 20, 2011 at the IBM executive conference
  • The Learning Goals for participants: At the completion of this presentation, participants should: understand one Board’s process for creating a 21 st Century Learning and Teaching District; have access to additional resources for web 2.0 and system transformation; be able to explore further research on 21 st Century Learning; understand ways of expanding professional learning networks
  • Presentation can be downloaded and links are live
  • Presentation can be downloaded and links are live
  • Mid-size School Board, 2 nd largest in Ottawa
  • How do you view today’s generation of learners? Need to base assumptions about the new generation based on research
  • One minute discussion
  • Mention one minute timer will signal the end of the discussion Optional: Ask for some responses
  • How do you view today’s generation of learners? Need to base assumptions about the new generation based on research
  • Starting point for our Districts discussions
  • It would be nice if there were steps to follow to become a 21 st Century Learning School Board
  • Key steps at the beginning of our journey
  • Our vision is simple – it impacts everyone in our Board
  • Example of our Board priorities and framework for 21 st Century Learning
  • We started with a shared vision and linked this to our priorities that are articulated across the system
  • Need to recognize that change is a dynamic process
  • In our Board it is a combination of many factors that are having systemic change and impact
  • Our assumption is that engagement leads to achievement
  • Partners can save you lots of time early in the process and can act as critical friends
  • Lots of factors need to be addressed and with most change processes – relationships and communication are key
  • One minute discussion
  • Mention one minute timer will signal the end of the discussion Optional: Ask for some responses
  • Social media as a key communication channel – relationships and communication are key
  • Sample Blog titles
  • Multiple voices and structures in place to capture the perspectives
  • Parent presentations
  • Infrastructure must be secure and reliable
  • Enterprise Wireless access
  • Equipment is one small piece and curriculum is an important component
  • Share practices by running 21 st Century Teaching/Learning Contest
  • Celebrate and share success stories
  • Celebrate and share success stories
  • Celebrate and share success stories
  • Celebrate and share success stories
  • Transforming our Libraries as part of the process of 21 st Century Learning
  • Lots of role models Model use of Google Docs Demonstrate efficiencies of web 2.0 features such as room booking and Board Calendar Exec meetings using electronic Board meeting tools (Board Book)
  • Don’t just focus on students and teachers
  • Sample courses in our Board
  • Multiple in-service and delivery options
  • Teacher community – open to everyone – anytime and anywhere learning
  • Remember that others are already involved in the process
  • Know your provincial directions
  • Key associations ie. CODE
  • Creative ways to fund change – it won’t happen if it is seen as an add-on and not a priority
  • Beware Information Overload when you introduce new tools and strategies
  • The traditional model no longer applies given the explosion in information and easy access to facts
  • Unesco and basic rights
  • Move from passive recipients of facts to socially active in the creation of knowledge
  • A great place to start
  • More details in this guide
  • Online check and balance
  • Apps such as FlipBoard can be used to quickly review RSS feeds in a user friendly interface
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  • Research and review White Papers
  • Links to university
  • The NMC Horizon Report is a collaboration between The New Media Consortium (www.nmc.org) the Consortium for School Networking (CoSN) www.cosn.org and the International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE) www.iste.org
  • The NMC Horizon Report is a collaboration between The New Media Consortium (www.nmc.org) the Consortium for School Networking (CoSN) www.cosn.org and the International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE) www.iste.org
  • Speak Up is a national initiative of Project Tomorrow, the nation’s leading education nonprofit organization dedicated to the empowerment of student voices in education. In fall 2010, Project Tomorrow surveyed 294,399 K-12 students, 42,267 parents, 35,525 teachers, 2,125 librarians, 3,578 school/district administrators and 1,391 technology leaders representing 6,541 public and private schools from 1,340 districts.
  • National associations
  • Good leadership activities and summaries
  • Look at what works for your District, some beliefs need to be challenged
  • Contact me

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