21st Century Learning/ Skills            Aims                                    QuestionsGift Creation                   ...
ImaginativeInnovative              Creative
The pace of   life is speeding     up.
Aims• Revise the current use of ICT in the classroom.• Consider educational pedagogies that support  technology in the cla...
QuestionsWhat skills are necessary for students to thrive in the 21stcentury?What is the place of Technology in the 21st C...
21 Century Learning  st
Relevant and Applied             CurriculumStudents should be engaged in relevant andcontextual problem- and project-based...
Informative AssessmentsConsider the student as gamer. She ismotivated to play because she gets feedbackevery few seconds. ...
A Culture of Creativity   and InnovationThose who have successfully created cultures ofinnovation and creativity suggest t...
24/7 Access to Tools     and ResourcesStudents and educators need 24 by 7 access toinformation, resources, and technologie...
21 Century Skills Outcomes  st
Social and Emotional    Connection
Because of today’s digital technology,students live a media rich, connected, andmobile lifestyle, and they are just as oft...
Information Revolution
Web Tools
Personal Web Tools
Oak Lodge School• State run• 67 students /15 residential• Hearing impaired• Additional learning needs• Delayed Literacy
A Wider Audience
Gifted and Talented• How are gifts identified and nurtured?             ‘Life isn’t about finding   Gift              your...
StrengthsMultiple Intelligences
abstract thinking, verbal and numerical reasoning,                                           plays                        ...
Project ICT
Project ICT
Self Organised Learning
Assessment for     LearningPersonal Learning and Thinking Skills
EducationalTechnologies Classrooms without        walls        32
Classroom without walls
What is the role of new digital technologies in thecreation of new learning environments?                          Radical...
Future Technologies
Technologies to Watch• Mobile computing• Open content• Gesture based input• Tablet computers• Augmented reality/ virtual r...
The Future       What have you learnt?What would you like to learn more of?
Imagination“Imagination is more importantthan knowledge.”Einstein 
Creativity“Creativity is inventing, experimenting,growing, taking risks, breaking rules, makingmistakes, and having fun.”M...
CreativityThe principle goal of education is to create men who arecapable of doing new things, not simply of repeating wha...
Creativity"It is not the strongest of the species thatsurvive, nor the most intelligent, but the onemost responsive to cha...
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    1. 1. 21st Century Learning/ Skills Aims QuestionsGift Creation Digital…..Learning Spaces Creativity….Enquiring MindsInformation RevolutionWeb Tools The Future?
    2. 2. ImaginativeInnovative Creative
    3. 3. The pace of life is speeding up.
    4. 4. Aims• Revise the current use of ICT in the classroom.• Consider educational pedagogies that support technology in the classroom• Investigate new technologies and their application within education.• Discuss current and future technologies. 4
    5. 5. QuestionsWhat skills are necessary for students to thrive in the 21stcentury?What is the place of Technology in the 21st Centurycurriculum?What will future classrooms look like?What will be the major ICT advances in the next decade? 5
    6. 6. 21 Century Learning st
    7. 7. Relevant and Applied CurriculumStudents should be engaged in relevant andcontextual problem- and project-based learningdesigned to develop 21st century skills and providedusing a multi-disciplinary approach. Curriculumshould apply to students current and future lives andleverage the power of Web 2.0 and ubiquitoustechnologies
    8. 8. Informative AssessmentsConsider the student as gamer. She ismotivated to play because she gets feedbackevery few seconds. That feedback entices andenables her to "stay in the game," provided shehas learned from prior experiences, monitorsthe current situation, pays attention to theconstant feedback, and reacts quickly enough."Failure" simply provides her a quick breakbefore she gets back into the game-withrenewed effort, new data, and new resolve toachieve new plateaus.
    9. 9. A Culture of Creativity and InnovationThose who have successfully created cultures ofinnovation and creativity suggest that one key isto abandon efficiency as a primary workingmethod and instead embrace participation,collaboration, networking, and experimentation.This does not mean that focus, process anddiscipline are not important; just that innovationand creativity require freedom, disagreement,and perhaps even a little chaos-especially at thebeginning.
    10. 10. 24/7 Access to Tools and ResourcesStudents and educators need 24 by 7 access toinformation, resources, and technologies thatengage and empower them to do backgroundresearch, information and resource gathering, anddata analysis, to publish with multiple media typesto wide and varied audiences, to communicate withpeers and experts, and to gain experience andexpertise in collaborative work.
    11. 11. 21 Century Skills Outcomes st
    12. 12. Social and Emotional Connection
    13. 13. Because of today’s digital technology,students live a media rich, connected, andmobile lifestyle, and they are just as oftenproducers of content as they are consumers.Web 2.0 technologies, including socialnetworks and participatory sites such asYouTube, MySpace, Second Life, and Worldof Warcraft, provide them with engagingopportunities for interaction and informallearning, and create new opportunities toleverage this informal learning by integratingit purposefully into the fabric of formallearning.
    14. 14. Information Revolution
    15. 15. Web Tools
    16. 16. Personal Web Tools
    17. 17. Oak Lodge School• State run• 67 students /15 residential• Hearing impaired• Additional learning needs• Delayed Literacy
    18. 18. A Wider Audience
    19. 19. Gifted and Talented• How are gifts identified and nurtured? ‘Life isn’t about finding Gift yourself. Life is about Creation creating yourself.’ George Bernard Shaw
    20. 20. StrengthsMultiple Intelligences
    21. 21. abstract thinking, verbal and numerical reasoning, plays Interact and co-operate effectively with others spatial relationships, memory and word fluency Mediate between people have strong Original thought Have a good memory for names, places, dates, poetry, lyrics, trivia experiments views and rapid, accurate Asks questions connects openness receptivity opinions self confidence- explains notices sortsthoughtful Role plays Mimics easily Self directed adaptable diligent See patterns easily curiosity, speculative expressive thinking, adventurousness and capacity for high levels of interest, enthusiasm, willingness to take risks in thought and action fascination and involvement inventive Tell jokes, riddles or puns a good reader Problem solving spontaneous Is adept with objects and activities involving fine or gross motorSelf aware Initiates skills organised Listen well to others Enjoy playing social games helpful empathetic constructs the capacity to sort relevant from irrelevant information expanded vocabulary have a lively and original a strong sense of leadership imagination / sense of humour the capacity for perseverance, endurance, determination, hard work and dedicated practiceability to identify specific problems very articulate
    22. 22. Project ICT
    23. 23. Project ICT
    24. 24. Self Organised Learning
    25. 25. Assessment for LearningPersonal Learning and Thinking Skills
    26. 26. EducationalTechnologies Classrooms without walls 32
    27. 27. Classroom without walls
    28. 28. What is the role of new digital technologies in thecreation of new learning environments? Radical Creative Conventional Social Classroom without walls 34
    29. 29. Future Technologies
    30. 30. Technologies to Watch• Mobile computing• Open content• Gesture based input• Tablet computers• Augmented reality/ virtual reality• SPIMES• Collaborative tools 37
    31. 31. The Future What have you learnt?What would you like to learn more of?
    32. 32. Imagination“Imagination is more importantthan knowledge.”Einstein 
    33. 33. Creativity“Creativity is inventing, experimenting,growing, taking risks, breaking rules, makingmistakes, and having fun.”Mary Lou Cook  
    34. 34. CreativityThe principle goal of education is to create men who arecapable of doing new things, not simply of repeating whatother generations have done – men who are creative,inventive and discoverers.”Jean Piaget
    35. 35. Creativity"It is not the strongest of the species thatsurvive, nor the most intelligent, but the onemost responsive to change."Charles Darwin

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