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Presentation given to Bondurant-Farrar CSD on 10/6, 7, and 9.

Presentation given to Bondurant-Farrar CSD on 10/6, 7, and 9.

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  • 1. 21st Century Schools &
    Technology Integration
    Bondurant – Farrar CSD
    Evan Abbey - Heartland AEA
  • 2. What does the Iowa Core say about technology integration?
    How will we need to change our classrooms to teach the core?
  • 3. Problem-Solving & Critical Thinking
  • 4. Creativity & Innovation
  • 5. Collaboration
  • 6. Data & Information Processing
  • 7. Digital Citizenship
  • 8. Technology Operations & Concepts
  • 9.
  • 10. 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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  • 21. 31
  • 22. 70
  • 23. 518,000 times
    Which is more information than the library of Congress
  • 24.
  • 25.
  • 26. 3 networks x 24 hours x 365 days x 60 years = over 1.5 million hours
    Has produced more in 6 months
  • 27. 165 million blogs in November of 2008
    (which is about 165 million blogs more than in November of 2003)
  • 28.
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  • 30. 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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  • 35. Answer: 1978
    (But could just as easily be 2008)
  • 36. “What we are facing in education is a Crisis of Significance.”
    - Michael Wesch
  • 37. 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…
  • 38. What do your classrooms say?
    • To learn is to acquire information
    • 39. Information is scarce
    • 40. Gather your information from the teacher
    • 41. Trust the authority of the information
    • 42. Follow along
  • 43. Technology is a tool, not the end result.
    Start with what is important
  • 44.
  • 45. Tool, or technology used
    Specific place in the curriculum
    Overall purpose of teaching, or the “big skill”
  • 46. Critical Research Tools
    Collaboration Tools
    Writing Tools
    Networking Tools
    Organizational Tools
    Data Collection/ Interpretation Tools
    Graphical Representation Tools
    Presentation Tools
    Visual Literacy Tools
    Enhanced Opportunity to Learn Tools
    Formative Assessment Tools
    Oral/Aural Literacy Tools
  • 47. Writing Literacy
  • 48. Visual Literacy
  • 49. Oral/Aural Communication
  • 50. Collaboration
  • 51. Networking
  • 52. Data Collection & Interpretation
  • 53. Critical Research
  • 54. Formative Assessment
  • 55. Graphical Representations
  • 56. Presentation
  • 57. Organization
  • 58. Enhanced Opportunity to Learn
  • 59. Critical Research Tools
    Collaboration Tools
    Writing Tools
    Networking Tools
    Organizational Tools
    Data Collection/ Interpretation Tools
    Graphical Representation Tools
    Presentation Tools
    Visual Literacy Tools
    Enhanced Opportunity to Learn Tools
    Formative Assessment Tools
    Oral/Aural Literacy Tools
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  • 64. “writing for the web is a matter of continuous conversation rather than static paper design.”
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  • 69. Typical Journal Prompt:
    From the articles you read for today, what are some of the reasons they mentioned global warming is a problem? What are some of the reasons they suggested it isn’t a problem?
    Imagining yourself to be a scientist, what should you do? What would be the best way to guarantee your thoughts have an impact?
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  • 74. http://heartland-aea.wikispaces.com
  • 75. Evan Abbey
    Professional Leadership and Learning Consultant
    Heartland Area Education Agency
    eabbey@aea11.k12.ia.us
    515-270-9030