Terrie Rust, DTE &
Natasha Rajore
Creya Learning
What is the difference between
th
st
20 century and 21 century?

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21st Century
21 Century
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Making your classroom as dynamic as the
world around us.
Teachers must be innovators, mentors,
illuminators...
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21st Century Skills Framework

Source: Partnership for 21st Century Skills (p21.org)
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21st Century Skills
Analytical Thinking
Creative Thinking
Problem Solving
Information Fluency
Risk-taking

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Adaptability...
How do we develop these
skills in students?
By giving them a chance to

DO
HANDS – ON PROJECT

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Simple Machine – First Class Lever
Experiential Learning Activity
•

Building a Block Flipper
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Lesson Plan
•
•

Verify/identify parts from
the baggie to th...
21st Century Skills Reflection
Analytical Thinking
Creative Thinking
Problem Solving
Information Fluency
Risk-taking

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...
Experiential Learning Reflection
•

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What were your impressions, feelings, or
understandings as you participated in thi...
How do I incorporate 21
century skills in my
classroom?

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Strategies for Incorporating 21st
Century Skills Into Your Lesson Plans
1. Choose a topic in your subject.
2. Decide what ...
Strategies for Incorporating 21st
Century Skills Into Your Lesson Plans
4. Identify the 21st century skills you would like...
Strategies for Incorporating 21st
Century Skills Into Your Lesson Plans
5. Prepare a list of Inquiry questions to check th...
Incorporating 21st Century Skills
in Your Classroom
Strategies
Lesson Plans
Resources - Tips and Ideas
Questions?
Visit us at:
www.creyalearning.com
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  1. 1. Terrie Rust, DTE & Natasha Rajore Creya Learning
  2. 2. What is the difference between th st 20 century and 21 century? 3
  3. 3. 21st Century
  4. 4. 21 Century st Making your classroom as dynamic as the world around us. Teachers must be innovators, mentors, illuminators 21st century education is about problem solving, communication, collaboration, initiative
  5. 5. 6
  6. 6. 21st Century Skills Framework Source: Partnership for 21st Century Skills (p21.org) 7
  7. 7. 21st Century Skills Analytical Thinking Creative Thinking Problem Solving Information Fluency Risk-taking 8 Adaptability Collaboration Communication Global Perspectives
  8. 8. How do we develop these skills in students?
  9. 9. By giving them a chance to DO
  10. 10. HANDS – ON PROJECT 11
  11. 11. Simple Machine – First Class Lever
  12. 12. Experiential Learning Activity • Building a Block Flipper – Lesson Plan • • Verify/identify parts from the baggie to the directions • Build the flipper; test launch • 13 Form pairs Complete the Journal activities; fill in lesson plan blanks
  13. 13. 21st Century Skills Reflection Analytical Thinking Creative Thinking Problem Solving Information Fluency Risk-taking 14 Adaptability Collaboration Communication Global Perspectives
  14. 14. Experiential Learning Reflection • 15 What were your impressions, feelings, or understandings as you participated in this activity?
  15. 15. How do I incorporate 21 century skills in my classroom? st
  16. 16. Strategies for Incorporating 21st Century Skills Into Your Lesson Plans 1. Choose a topic in your subject. 2. Decide what you want the students to DO in the class which will help them to explore the topic. (make a project, discuss, experiment, research. etc.) 3. Prepare a list of tasks for students once you have decided what you want to DO. 17
  17. 17. Strategies for Incorporating 21st Century Skills Into Your Lesson Plans 4. Identify the 21st century skills you would like to focus on in a lesson (e.g. collaboration or information fluency) a. Start by focusing on only one skill in a lesson. b. Pick no more than one or two places within a lesson to focus on the selected skill. 18
  18. 18. Strategies for Incorporating 21st Century Skills Into Your Lesson Plans 5. Prepare a list of Inquiry questions to check the learning of the students. 6. Observe the students performance in the 21st century skill selected for the lesson.
  19. 19. Incorporating 21st Century Skills in Your Classroom Strategies Lesson Plans Resources - Tips and Ideas
  20. 20. Questions? Visit us at: www.creyalearning.com 21

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