21st Century Schools and Technology Integration

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  • The world is changing
  • The job market is changing We have to train students with a variety of skills to work in a variety of occupations
  • Technology is changing and information is changing
  • Think about each search is in essence a question… who do we ask these questions if not for Google? Research is dated… 2008 totals
  • All this content is created by consumers, without producers.
  • We now contribute to the world’s information
  • Ask only 1 question every 10 hours in school.

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  • 1. 21st Century Schools & Technology Integration Carroll CSD Evan Abbey - Heartland AEA
  • 2. My Hopes • De-mystify Iowa Core • Light a fire • Put tech in perspective • Show you a path
  • 3. “ Learning Barefoot”
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  • 6. Our world is changing Our job market is changing Our technology is changing Our way to access information is changing Our ability to contribute is changing
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  • 19. Which is more information than the library of Congress 518,000 times
  • 20. 3 networks x 24 hours x 365 days x 60 years = over 1.5 million hours Has produced more in 6 months
  • 21. 165 million blogs in November of 2008 (which is about 165 million blogs more than in November of 2003)
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  • 24. Our world is changing Our job market is changing Our technology is changing Our way to access information is changing Our ability to contribute is changing Our classroom is… changing?
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  • 29. Answer: 1978 (But could just as easily be 2008)
  • 30. “ What we are facing in education is a Crisis of Significance .” - Michael Wesch
  • 31. Of 2007 HS Graduates nationwide… •  28% found school meaningful • 21% found school interesting • 39% said school will lead to success in their future And those were the students who graduated…
  • 32. What do your classrooms say?
    • To learn is to acquire information
    • Information is scarce
    • Gather your information from the teacher
    • Trust the authority of the information
    • Follow along
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  • 34. Content Assessment Instruction Instruction Assessment The “What” The “How” The “How Well” 21st Century Skills 21st Century Teaching & Learning Authentic Assessment
  • 35. How are schools different in the 21st century?
  • 36. 21st Century Teaching and Learning
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  • 38. What are the “21st Century Skills” we are seeing here?
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  • 40. Teaching and learning in the 21st century is : Rigorous & Relevant
  • 41. Creative Teaching and learning in the 21st century is :
  • 42. Teaching and learning in the 21st century is : Collaborative
  • 43. Teaching and learning in the 21st century is : Problem-Solving
  • 44. Teaching and learning in the 21st century is : Authentic
  • 45. Teaching and learning in the 21st century is : Data & Information Processing
  • 46. 5 Characteristics of Effective Instruction Teaching for Understanding Rigorous and Relevant Curriculum Student-Centered Classrooms Teaching for Learner Differences Assessment for Learning
  • 47. • Learn By Doing • Big Understanding • Cross-Curricular • Complex, More than 1 Solution • Collaborative • Share-able Project Based Learning
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  • 52. Change goes deeper than technology use. The common denominator is “What is the best for learning ?”
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  • 54. There is as much danger in doing too much technology during professional development as doing too little. Successful schools have targeted goals and coaching
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  • 56. Technology is a tool , not the end result. Start with what is important
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    • Tool, or technology used
    • Specific place in the curriculum
    • Overall purpose of teaching, or the “big skill”
  • 59. Collaboration Tools Writing Tools Critical Research Tools Networking Tools Organizational Tools Data Collection/ Interpretation Tools Presentation Tools Graphical Representation Tools Visual Literacy Tools Formative Assessment Tools Oral/Aural Literacy Tools Enhanced Opportunity to Learn Tools
  • 60. Writing Literacy
  • 61. Visual Literacy
  • 62. Oral/Aural Communication
  • 63. Collaboration
  • 64. Networking
  • 65. Data Collection & Interpretation
  • 66. Critical Research
  • 67. Formative Assessment
  • 68. Graphical Representations
  • 69. Presentation
  • 70. Organization
  • 71. Enhanced Opportunity to Learn
  • 72. Collaboration Tools Writing Tools Critical Research Tools Networking Tools Organizational Tools Data Collection/ Interpretation Tools Presentation Tools Graphical Representation Tools Visual Literacy Tools Formative Assessment Tools Oral/Aural Literacy Tools Enhanced Opportunity to Learn Tools
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    • Look at the Core’s Essential Skills
    • Purpose, Place, Tool
    • Explore and Connect
    • Start Having Critical Conversations about 21st Century Teaching & learning
  • 87. Evan Abbey Professional Leadership and Learning Consultant Heartland Area Education Agency [email_address] 515-270-9030