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Presented at Audubon Community School District, 4/14/09. Overviews 1) the changing world, 2) how teaching and learning is changing in the 21st century (with Will Richardson's 10 shifts), 3) …

Presented at Audubon Community School District, 4/14/09. Overviews 1) the changing world, 2) how teaching and learning is changing in the 21st century (with Will Richardson's 10 shifts), 3) categories of web 2.0 tools out there (special emphasis on blogging, google docs, rss, and podcasting), and 4) how to get started

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    • 1. 21st Century Schools & Web 2.0 Tools Audubon CSD Evan Abbey - Heartland AEA
    • 2. Leave an Impression Start Conversations Http://audubonk12.wikispaces.com
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    • 7. 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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    • 20. Which is more information than the library of Congress 518,000 times
    • 21. 3 networks x 24 hours x 365 days x 60 years = over 1.5 million hours Has produced more in 6 months
    • 22. 165 million blogs in November of 2008 (which is about 165 million blogs more than in November of 2003)
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    • 25. 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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    • 30. Answer: 1978 (But could just as easily be 2008)
    • 31. “ What we are facing in education is a Crisis of Significance .” - Michael Wesch
    • 32. 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…
    • 33. 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
    • 34. How are schools different in the 21st century?
    • 35. 21st Century Teaching and Learning
    • 36. What are the “21st Century Skills” we are seeing here?
    • 37. Teaching and learning in the 21st century is : Rigorous & Relevant
    • 38. Creative Teaching and learning in the 21st century is :
    • 39. Teaching and learning in the 21st century is : Collaborative
    • 40. Teaching and learning in the 21st century is : Problem-Solving
    • 41. Teaching and learning in the 21st century is : Authentic
    • 42. Teaching and learning in the 21st century is : Data & Information Processing
    • 43. 10 Big Shifts with Web 2.0
    • 44. 10 Big Shifts with Web 2.0 #1 Open Content
    • 45. #2 Many Teachers, 24/7 Learning
    • 46. #3 Social, Collaborative Construction of Knowledge
    • 47. #4 Teaching is Conversation, not Lecture
    • 48. #5 Know “where” learning What are we going to ask on our tests, when our students are walking in with Google in their pocket? Are they going to be better questions than we ask today? David Warlick
    • 49. #6 Readers are no longer just readers
    • 50. #7 The web is a notebook
    • 51. #8 Writing is no longer limited to text
    • 52. #9 Mastery is the product, not the test
    • 53. #10 Contribution, not completion is the ultimate goal
    • 54. Collaboration Tools Writing Tools Research Tools Networking Tools Organizational Tools Data Collection Tools Presentation Tools Drawing/Charting/Mapping Tools Visual Literacy Tools Quiz/Polling Tools Aural Literacy Tools Portal/Content Management Tools
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    • 67. RSS • Real Simple Syndication • Rich Site Summary
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    • 73. Literacy is reading writing speaking listening viewing
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      • Set Your Goals
      • Explore & Connect
      • Become Excited About Learning
      • Ask Your Students
      • Start Having Critical Conversations
    • 76. Evan Abbey Professional Leadership and Learning Consultant Heartland Area Education Agency [email_address] 515-270-9030