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    • 1. Moving School to the New Web 2.0 Landscape Learning in the Digital Age Jakarta International School
    • 2. The First Personal Computer Predicting the future is always difficult Especially in times of rapid change
    • 3. The First Network
    • 4. In Every Teacher’s Bedroom
    • 5. Supporting Education for Decades Thank You!
    • 6. Constructivism
    • 7. Project-Based Learning
    • 8. The Project Approach
    • 9.  
    • 10. Problem Solving Critical Thinking Art Costa Developing Minds THE WRITING PROCESS
    • 11. Information Literacy
    • 12. Student Centered Pedagogy Constructivism The Writing Process Project Based Learning The Writing Process Cooperative Learning Problem Solving Information Literacy
    • 13. Schools Formed New Visions JIS Essential Qualities ISTE NETS for Students 2007
    • 14. You need New Skills - Friedman Good Collaborator Leverager Adapter Explainer Synthesizer Model Builder Localizer Personalizer Bring Curiosity and Passion to Your Work
    • 15. Standards-Based Education
      • What are the outcomes you can expect from our students?
      • Every discipline has standards, benchmarks
      • Common Assessments, Common Rubrics
      • Common Curriculum, Alignment
      • Content explicit AP and IB curriculum
      • Data Driven Decision Making
    • 16. Strategic Planning
    • 17. Holding the Tension? How? Student Centered Pedagogy Standards-Based Learning Student Centered Standards-Based Curriculum
    • 18. Understanding by Design Grant Wiggins/ Jay McTighe Standards are like building codes for education. They aren’t the building but they need to be referenced. ------ Grant Wiggins
    • 19. Understanding by Design Unit Template Unit design based on work by Jay McTighe and Grant Wiggins and their "Understanding By Design" books (ed 1 & 2) Example Template Assessment: What is the Evidence of student learning? Learning Activities: How do we get there? Standards and Benchmarks: What are the big ideas?
    • 20. Learning for UNDERSTANDING MyDragonNet Educational Foundations School Mission and core values Inquiry Based curriculum grounded in Standards and Benchmarks A collaborative networked learning community
    • 21. It is an integrating framework that links three main structural components:   Collaboration Groups Portfolio Curriculum Library Personal Digital Identity
    • 22. 2000-2003 ITunes Wikipedia
    • 23. Web 2.0 - 2004-2006 BLOGS
    • 24. Web 2.0 - 2006-2007 facebook YOU
    • 25. Web 2.0 Apps
    • 26. Connectivism - Learning Theory Knowledge in the Networks Nodes Sending and Receiving 2000 students Using all interactive tools Complex and chaotic Stephen Downes George Siemens
    • 27. The Personal Learning Environment
      • Open and Public
      • Relational Trust
      • Constant Engagement
      • Reflection
      Elements of the Digital Culture BLOG
      • Personalization and Digital Technologies
      • FutureLab UK
      • Stephen Heppell - Be Very Afraid
    • 28. Knowledge and understanding Classrooms deliver Content Personal author and innovator Teachers are Instructors Creative and extended Use of technology Restricted & constructed Collaborative learning & assessment Assessment Competitive Anything Accessible through Textbooks & Printed material Everyone Content Created by Teachers and textbooks Anywhere Location In School Collaboratively Knowledge gained Individually Flat Organization by Hierarchy Personalized State Standardized School 2.0 School 1.0
    • 29. Technologies of Learning Networked Knowledge Individual Knowledge Multimedia On-Line Discussions Blogs Wikis PLE Tools 2.0 Word Processing Spreadsheets Data Bases Graphs/Charts Tools 1.0
    • 30. Critical Advantages of School
      • Place of Care for Everyone
      • Place for the Whole Person
      • Place for Building Codes
      • Place for Documentation/Celebration
    • 31. The Next Steps Student - Personal Learning Environment Blogs and e-Portfolios Teacher Collaboration Digital Infrastructure Design Blueprints mySchool
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