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21st century skills week 2
21st century skills week 2
21st century skills week 2
21st century skills week 2
21st century skills week 2
21st century skills week 2
21st century skills week 2
21st century skills week 2
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21st century skills week 2


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  • 1. Week 2
    21st Century Skills
  • 2. I-14: Provides opportunities for creativity/ innovation, critical thinking, and problem solving
    Instruction 14
  • 3. Effective Educator Behaviors
    Teacher structures lesson so students demonstrate significant originality and include diverse perspectives.
    Teacher designs tasks that require students to acquire and evaluate knowledge, reason effectively, and analyze and evaluate evidence before making judgments or decisions (i.e., opportunities to grow students‘ problem-solving skills).
  • 4. Distinguished Teacher Behaviors
    addition to “Effective”:
    Teacher structures lessons that give students space and/or time to create and invent new learning from those ideas.
    Teacher provides opportunities for students to grow and exhibit their problem-solving skills.
  • 5. Effective Student behaviors
    Students approach tasks and responses with evidence of divergent thinking, original thought, or some connection to ideas and issues beyond classroom.
    Students construct viable arguments and critique others‘ reasoning by responding to diverse perspectives, analyzing similarities and differences, justifying conclusions, and discerning correct logic from flawed reasoning.
    Students are creative problem solvers.
    Students apply what they know in discipline to solve problems arising in everyday life, society, and the workplace.
    Students reason abstractly and quantitatively by making sense of quantities and relationships, creating coherent representations of problems, and knowing and using different properties of items.
  • 6. Distinguished Student Behaviors
    Students approach tasks and responses in highly original and applied ways.
    Students ―mediate‖ diverse opinions or approaches and devise their own.
    Students are creative problem-solvers and think about systems, not just isolated parts.
    Students look for and use structures by stepping back, shifting perspective, and seeing complex things as being composed of several objects.
  • 7. Inquiry
    Use as a(n):
    • Exit ticket-each student must answer a question
    • 8. Individual assessment-paper or oral
    • 9. Whole class debate-great discussion topics
    • 10. Small group discussion-give them a topic to address and have one student share group thoughts
  • Application
    How could you create more opportunities for your students to use creative problem solving in your classroom? Write and teach a lesson meeting this goal.
    After teaching the lesson reflect:
    • How did it go?
    • 11. Will you use it again?
    • 12. How would you adjust it for future use?
    Join the discussion:
    Follow the discussion board link below and post your answer to this weeks discussion question.
    • Respond to at least 2 other posts