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10 Mar 2009 Digital Divide 2.0 Part 2
 

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The rapid changes in technology and information have presented major challenges to the U.S. education system. This presentation, given by DeShaunda Gooden Warner at Pearson Digital Learning's 2009 ...

The rapid changes in technology and information have presented major challenges to the U.S. education system. This presentation, given by DeShaunda Gooden Warner at Pearson Digital Learning's 2009 Pacific District Executive Forum on March 10, 2009, explores the growing role of technology and 21st century skills in the world today and the importance of ensuring that both transformative technology and new literacies are integrated into the today's classrooms in equitable and pedagogically sound ways in order to close the growing divide between U.S. students and their international peers. (Part 2 of 2)

The handout for this presentation may be found at http://www.scribd.com/full/13181854?access_key=key-267wheuwejotvk8lacql

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  • American schools aren't exactly frozen in time, but considering the pace of change in other areas of life, our public schools tend to feel like throwbacks. Kids spend much of the day as their great-grandparents once did: sitting in rows, listening to teachers lecture, scribbling notes by hand, reading from textbooks that are out of date by the time they are printed. A yawning chasm (with an emphasis on yawning) separates the world inside the schoolhouse from the world outside. (Wallis & Steptoe, 2006). Unfortunately, many classrooms still reflect the Industrial Age model – with teachers controlling and disseminating information (filling students heads with stuff they deem important). If student outcomes change, how must teaching and teaching environments be transformed?

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  • Sources: Framework for 21 st Century Learning, P21 (2009); National Education Technology Standards for Students, ISTE (2007)
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  • Source: National Education Technology Standards for Teachers, ISTE (2008)
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  • Sources: Towards a New Golden Age in Education, USDOE (2004); Digital Leadership Divide, CoSN (2004); Empowering the 21st Century Superintendent , CoSN (2008)
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