Creating a 21st Century Classroom

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An introduction to 21st Century Learning and the integration of digital tools that can help to transform classrooms into learning environments. This presentation is just the introduction to a larger hands-on presentation.

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  • the Partnership for 21st Century Skills (P21):P21 is a national organization that advocates for 21st century readiness for every student. P21 is a broad coalition made up of education nonprofits, foundations, and businesses working together to make 21st century education a reality for all students.
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  • Creating a 21st Century Classroom

    1. 1. INTEGRATING TECHNOLOGY TO CREATE A 21ST CENTURY CLASSROOM Janet DeSenzo @jantechnj
    2. 2. TODAY’S ONLINE TOOLS: www.techtools4school.wikispaces.com Backchannel: Today’s Meet https://todaysmeet.com/MorrisPlains
    3. 3. What does a a 21st Century Classroom look like?? • Teacher as facilitator (a “guide on the side” vs. a “sage on the stage”) • Student centric • It’s messy, noisy, busy and active • Integration of multiple learning tools • Encourages critical thinking, problem solving, collaboration, and digital literacy skills
    4. 4. Why do we need to use technology? 1 • CCSS STANDARDS 2 • Support for the 4 C’s 3 • Flexibility/Spec Needs Access 4 • Changing Curriculums 5 • Prepare your students for THEIR future
    5. 5. WE NEED TO CREATE: Interactive Learning Environments WHAT DOES THIS LOOK LIKE?
    6. 6. SAMR How do YOU use technology in your classroom?
    7. 7. I want to try new tools but where do I start?
    8. 8. Getting Started with new tools: 1 • Pick one or two tools to focus on 2 • Set goals and explore uses with your students 3 • Evaluate its effectiveness
    9. 9. Examples of Digital tools to support learning Collaboration Tools Production/ Presentation Tools Research/ Organization Tools PD Tools Online Notebooks Twitter/ Tweetdeck Prezi Symbaloo Blog/ Curation sites Voicethread Voki Livebinders EdWeb/ LinkedIn Skype in the Classroom Windows Movie Mkr/ iMovie Sweet Search This is just a SMALL sample! GAFE LMS Edmodo/Moodle Glogster
    10. 10. Where to find other tools for your digital toolkit: • Cool Tools for Schools • WEB2.0 for Teachers Symbaloo Webmix • Technology in the Classroom (Livebinder) There is an abundance of information here – don’t get overwhelmed!
    11. 11. Resources • Partnership for 21st Century Learning http://www.p21.org/ • Ruben Puentedura’s Weblog http://www.hippasus.com/rrpweblog/

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