This will give them a &quot;paraphrase&quot; for the skills...and will set the stage for the remaining components of the session.
This is an introductory slide to this section of the presentation.
This activity demonstrates the connection between technology, 21st c skills and Ohio content standards Correct answer is K-2 Once participants make a few guesses, give them the answer then point out some of the words in the Benchmark (communicate, collaborate, investigate) these are 21st century skills!
These next slides further explain the commitment Ohio has to 21st century skills
This is a sample Model Lesson from ODE which includes 21st c skills and technology...
This is a sample Model Lesson from ODE which includes 21st c skills and technology... Notice the P21 Rainbow AND the reference to Technology Literacy
21st century skills support the following... Authentic learning – contextual learning, simulating real-world environments Mental models – visceral and virtual models, allow students to reflect upon current models and adjust (with gaining new info) models as new info is gathered Multiple intelligences – personalize learning, differentiate learning Social learning – f2f and virtual/online collaboration & creates a community of learners - research shows collaboration increases learning motivation, develops social & cross-cultural skills
Knowledge work = collaboration/teamwork, applying knowledge Thinking tools = tech + digital devices and services Digital lifestyles = digital natives = so many choices of tools, access at fingertips Learning research = learning about learning (see next slide)
A continuum of learning practices, blending both approaches A balance between content and process It's best to point out when using this slide that the item on the right is not replacing the item on the left...these practices/approaches must now work in balance with each other.
This slide lists some instructional strategies that support and/or promote 21st c skills integration. Now that you have demonstrated what integration of 21st century skills looks like, you can reinforce the idea that these skills have been part of various instructional strategies and methodologies...that they are likely already using in their instruction!
The four “C”s · Critical thinking and problem solving · Communication · Collaboration · Creativity and innovation As the three “R”s serve as an umbrella for other subjects, the four “C”s do for other skills. Let's simplify...
Students understand terminology, communicate technically and select the appropriate technology tool based on their needs. They use technology tools to collaborate, plan and produce a sample product to enhance their learning and solve problems by investigating, troubleshooting and experimenting using technical resources. This is a Benchmark in the Ohio Academic Standards for Technology for which grade band? K-2 3-5 6-8 9-12 21st Century Skills and Technology
Why focus on 21st century skills? <ul><ul><li>Authentic Learning </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Mental Model Building </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Multiple Intelligences </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Social Learning </li></ul></ul>
Industrial Age Knowledge Age Learning Research Digital Lifestyles Knowledge Work Thinking Tools 21 st Century Learning
What does it look like in the classroom? A balance between... Teacher-directed Direct instruction Knowledge Content Basic skills Facts & principles Theory Curriculum Time-slotted One-size-fits-all Competitive Classroom Text-based Summative tests Learning for school Source: 21 st Century Skills: Learning for Life in Our Times Learner-centered Interactive exchange Skills Process Applied skills Questions & problems Practice Projects On-demand Personalized Collaborative Global community Web-based Formative evaluations Learning for life