Technology’s role in 21st century learning

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  • 1. Technology’s Role in 21stCentury LearningBob Pearlmanbobpearlman@mindspring.comhttp://www.bobpearlman.orgISAS Head’s MeetingFort Worth, TexasNovember 3, 2003
  • 2. 2108319 _MacrosTechnology’s Role in 21st Century Learning: NTHS• TECHNOLOGY LITERACY• COLLABORATION• CRITICAL THINKING• ORAL COMMUNICATION• WRITTEN COMMUNICATION• CAREER PREPARATION• CITIZENSHIP AND ETHICS• CURRICULAR LITERACY(CONTENT STANDARDS)• _______________________• _______________________Low Medium HighImportanceLearning Outcomes
  • 3. 3108319 _MacrosTechnology’s Role in 21st Century Learning: NTHSReleasedMonday,July 7,At NECC
  • 4. 4108319 _MacrosTechnology’s Role in 21st Century Learning: NTHSSo what do schools look like wherestudents get 21st Century Knowledgeand Skills?
  • 5. 5108319 _MacrosTechnology’s Role in 21st Century Learning: NTHSStage Students perComputerconnected toInternet% of Rooms &Offices connectedto InternetStage CharacteristicEarly Tech More than 10 More than 25%; Dial-upon someBeginnings. Little student or teacher use.Developing Tech 10 or less 50% or more; DirectconnectivityEarly implementation mainly by pioneer teachers. Some studentuse, 3-4 times weekly.Advanced Tech 5 or less 75% or more; Directconnectivity andAdequate BandwidthModerate to large numbers of computers for both teachers andstudents, daily use, isolated by class and grade. Some commonuses and personal applications.Target Tech 1 to 1 100% or more; Directconnectivity andAdequate BandwidthDigital content, online courses.Anytime, anywhere professional development,Integration across all courses and subjects.Mastery by students of 21stcentury skills.100% alignment of standards, curriculum, and assessment.100% integrate digital strategies in assessment.Measure 100% of the entire range of 21stCentury skills.Stages of Educational Technology ImplementationCEO Forum STaR Chart
  • 6. 6108319 _MacrosTechnology’s Role in 21st Century Learning: NTHSStage Students perComputerconnected toInternet% of Rooms &Officesconnected toInternetStage CharacteristicEarly Tech More than 10 More than 25%; Dial-up on someBeginnings. Little student or teacher use.Developing Tech 10 or less 50% or more; DirectconnectivityEarly implementation mainly by pioneer teachers.Some student use, 3-4 times weekly.Advanced Tech 5 or less 75% or more; Directconnectivity andAdequate BandwidthModerate to large numbers of computers for bothteachers and students, daily use, isolated by class andgrade. Some common uses and personal applications.Target Tech 1 --Ubiquitous2 to 1 or less 100% or more; Directconnectivity andAdequate BandwidthLarge numbers of Computers for both teachers andstudents. Use in most classes and subjects on a dailybasis.Target Tech 2 --Early NetworkEffects1 to 1 Widespread use of common platforms like studentlessons and administrative applications. Commonnetwork folders.Target Tech 3 --SignificantNetwork Effects1 to 1 100% or more; Directconnectivity,Adequate Bandwidth,Home AccessManaged e-Learning Environment. SchoolwideIntranet for all programs and access from home forstudents and parents. Integration across courses andcommon development of student’s 21stcentury skills.Target Tech 4 --Replication andDissemination1 to 1 100% or more; Directconnectivity,Adequate Bandwidth,Home Access, WebHostingMature managed e-Learning Environment. Schoolinstructional and communication resources available24/7 to students, teachers, and parents. Ready forreplication to and use by other schools.Stages of Educational Technology Implementation
  • 7. 7108319 _MacrosTechnology’s Role in 21st Century Learning: NTHSTarget Tech 1 --Ubiquitous2 to 1 or less100% or more;Direct connectivityand AdequateBandwidthLarge numbers of Computers for both teachersand students. Use in most classes andsubjects on a daily basis.Target Tech 2 --Early NetworkEffects1 to 1Widespread use of common platforms likestudent lessons and administrativeapplications. Common network folders.Target Tech 3 --SignificantNetwork Effects1 to 1100% or more;Direct connectivity,AdequateBandwidth, HomeAccessManaged e-Learning Environment. SchoolwideIntranet for all programs and access fromhome for students and parents. Integrationacross courses and common development ofstudent’s 21stcentury skills.Target Tech 4 --Replication andDissemination1 to 1100% or more;Direct connectivity,AdequateBandwidth, HomeAccess, WebHostingMature managed e-Learning Environment.School instructional and communicationresources available 24/7 to students, teachers,and parents. Ready for replication to and useby other schools.Stages of Educational Technology Implementationhttp://www.bobpearlman.org/BestPractices/Stages.htm
  • 8. 8108319 _MacrosTechnology’s Role in 21st Century Learning: NTHSNew Technology High SchoolNapa, Californiahttp://www.newtechhigh.org/ Integrating technology into every class Interdisciplinary and project-based Internship class consisting of classroom curriculum andunpaid work in technology, business or education Digital Portfoliohttp://www.newtechfoundation.org/nthlearning.html
  • 9. 9108319 _MacrosTechnology’s Role in 21st Century Learning: NTHSNew Technology HSLEARNING OUTCOMES• TECHNOLOGY LITERACY• COLLABORATION• CRITICAL THINKING• ORAL COMMUNICATION• WRITTEN COMMUNICATION• CAREER PREPARATION• CITIZENSHIP AND ETHICS• CURRICULAR LITERACY(CONTENT STANDARDS)
  • 10. 10108319 _MacrosTechnology’s Role in 21st Century Learning: NTHSMethodology: Teaching StrategiesAt the core of the NTHLearning System’smethodology is a studentcentered, project and problembased teaching strategy thatis tied to both contentstandards and school widelearning outcomes.
  • 11. 11108319 _MacrosTechnology’s Role in 21st Century Learning: NTHSJanuary 15, 2003Project-Based Learning: a PrimerBy Gwen SolomonWalk into team teachers Mike Smith and Jetti Matzke’sinterdisciplinary classroom at Napa New Technology HighSchool in California and you will see students at work-writing in online journals, doing research on the Internet,meeting in groups to plan and create Web sites and digitalmedia presentations, and evaluating their peers forcollaboration and presentation skills. This setting and thesetypes of activities have a name and a purpose. Its calledproject-based learning, and its designed to engage studentsand empower them with responsibility for their owneducation in ways unheard of in traditional classrooms.
  • 12. 12108319 _MacrosTechnology’s Role in 21st Century Learning: NTHSCOMMON MISCONCEPTIONTechnology is theTool, Not the FocusLess than 20% of ourstudents are interested inpursuing a career intechnology.
  • 13. 13108319 _MacrosTechnology’s Role in 21st Century Learning: NTHSAMERICAN STUDIESUnited States HistoryAmerican LiteratureSCIENTIFIC STUDIESAlgebra IIPhysicsPOLITICAL STUDIESGovernment/EconomicsPolitical Literature2 teachers, 40 students, meeting for 2 hour blocks each dayINTEGRATED COURSES
  • 14. 14108319 _MacrosTechnology’s Role in 21st Century Learning: NTHSDIGITAL MEDIACOLLEGE COURSESSENIOR PROJECTSPROFESSIONALPORTFOLIOSINTERNSHIPS &COMMUNITY SERVICEADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS
  • 15. 15108319 _MacrosTechnology’s Role in 21st Century Learning: NTHSTECHNOLOGY TOOLSFOR …LearningCurriculumCommunicationAssessmentScalability*• Computerized Tutorials• On-Line Curriculum• E-Library• Academic Systems• Document Libraries• Project Design Template• Project Standardization• Digital Textbooks• Student E-Mail• Parent E-Bulletin• Online Curriculum• Internship Coordination• Digital Gradebooks• Student Journals• Collaboration Database• Learning Logs• PBL Unit Library• Customizable Templates• Support Databases• Account Management
  • 16. 16108319 _MacrosTechnology’s Role in 21st Century Learning: NTHSTOOLS: PROJECT BRIEFCASEThe Project Briefcase allowsteachers to put all projectmaterials in one spot foreasy student access and toshare with other teachers.
  • 17. 17108319 _MacrosTechnology’s Role in 21st Century Learning: NTHSThe New Technology Project LibraryWe have assembleda collection ofprojects created byteachers trained inPBL unitdevelopment,reviewed, andtested in theclassroom. Theseprojects can bedownloaded andmodified by anyteacher with aconnection to theinternet.
  • 18. 18108319 _MacrosTechnology’s Role in 21st Century Learning: NTHSTOOLS: COURSE AGENDAThe Course Agenda helpskeep complicated projectsorganized.
  • 19. 19108319 _MacrosTechnology’s Role in 21st Century Learning: NTHSTeachers enter activities foreach day including links toresources and homeworkassignments.
  • 20. 20108319 _MacrosTechnology’s Role in 21st Century Learning: NTHSTOOLS: PEER COLLABORATION EVALUATORStudents submit evaluationsusing a standardized rubric forthe whole school.
  • 21. 21108319 _MacrosTechnology’s Role in 21st Century Learning: NTHSTOOLS: PRESENTATION EVALUATION DATABASE
  • 22. 22108319 _MacrosTechnology’s Role in 21st Century Learning: NTHS
  • 23. 23108319 _MacrosTechnology’s Role in 21st Century Learning: NTHS
  • 24. 24108319 _MacrosTechnology’s Role in 21st Century Learning: NTHSCOMMUNICATIONTOOLSSTUDENT DATACOLLECTIONCURRICULUMLIBRARYDIGITAL PORTFOLIO NTHS GRADEBOOKCOLLABORATIONEVALUATORDISCUSSIONBULLETIN BOARDSWhat is the Learning System?The NTH Learning System™is a setof tools and technologies that supporta student-centered, project- andproblem-based learning environment.
  • 25. 25108319 _MacrosTechnology’s Role in 21st Century Learning: NTHSPersonalizationProjectsExhibitionsDigital PortfoliosInternshipsTechnologyReinvent the School Experience!
  • 26. 26108319 _MacrosTechnology’s Role in 21st Century Learning: NTHSBob Pearlmanbobpearlman@mindspring.orghttp://www.bobpearlman.org"New Ingredient for Student Success: Social Networks"http://www.bobpearlman.org/Articles/Student_Success.htm“Reinventing the High School Experience“http://www.ascd.org/readingroom/edlead/0204/pearlman.html