This presentation is designed to stimulate discussion and help teachers think about new media options in their curriculum planning. Tools chosen are just an example from many possible provided for planning in the follow-up workshops.
Technology continues to profoundly aﬀect
the way we work, collaborate, communicate, and succeed. Horizon Report 2010 K-12 EditionCollaborative environments give students tremendousopportunities to interact with peers and mentors, experience other world views, andmodel the kinds of work patterns that take place in an increasing number ofprofessions. Cloud computing has transformed the way we think about computing and communication, data storage and access, and collaborative work. Cloud-based applications and services help students engage in real research and participate in global learning communities. 21st century developments
Sense-making and the ability to
assess the credibiility of information are paramount. Horizon Report 2011 K-12 EditionCloud computing is saving schools money and resources. It hasopened doors for more exibility, more space, more collaboration, and ultimately,more creative uses of Internet resources for educators to incorporate in theirclassrooms. Mobile “always connected” devices are the doorways to the content and social tapestries of the Internet. The vast potential for learning. They embody the convergence of technology and support exible access to multiple sources of content. 21st century developments