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Irc ii seminar 2

  1. 1. IRC- II Seminar 2 Assignment Submitted by J.K.Saini – M.Tech ET- Sem. II IRC- II presentation on - 21st Century Fluencies by J.K.Saini
  2. 2. IRC- II presentation on - 21st Century Fluencies by J.K.Saini
  3. 3. st 21 Century Fluencies for the Digital Age IRC- II presentation on - 21st Century Fluencies by J.K.Saini
  4. 4. IRC- II presentation on - 21st Century Fluencies by J.K.Saini
  5. 5. Facts are becoming obsolete faster now, while knowledge built on these facts becomes a lot less durable. Yet schools in their structure, operation, curriculum, pedagogy and assessment models remain largely the same as they have for decades. IRC- II presentation on - 21st Century Fluencies by J.K.Saini
  6. 6. This is a problem because as the world is changing, so are our students. They are neurologically different, and they learn and communicate differently than any other generation of students before them. They will need a whole new set of skills, vastly different from what we needed to help us succeed in a changing world. IRC- II presentation on - 21st Century Fluencies by J.K.Saini
  7. 7. This perspective explains why it's necessary for students to develop the essential 21st century fluency skills, and why these skills are needed to contend in the fundamentally different living, working, and learning environment of the Information Age. Being fluent involves learning a transparent and unconscious internalized process that's as natural as riding a bike. A focus on fluency rather than literacy requires educators to completely rethink current assumptions about teaching, learning, and assessment. IRC- II presentation on - 21st Century Fluencies by J.K.Saini
  8. 8. The book provide insight into what each one of these essential five fluencies actually means and why it’s so important that our children internalize such valuable skills—for their lives today, and for our world tomorrow. IRC- II presentation on - 21st Century Fluencies by J.K.Saini
  9. 9. It is no longer enough that we educate in only to the standards of traditional literacies . If students have to survive then we have to transform them into global citizens equipped with skills that are required to be competent and capable in the 21st Century. These are IRC- II presentation on - 21st Century Fluencies by J.K.Saini • • • • • • Solution Fluency Information Fluency Creativity Fluency Media Fluency Collaboration Fluency Global Digital Citizenship
  10. 10. Our education system has taught problem-solving in a show-and-tell manner (we show students the problem, and tell them how we got the answer) that has fostered a culture of dependency, rather than discovery. But if we look at today's economy, you'll discover that most left-brain tasks are already automated or outsourced via Internet in a global economy, leaving jobs that require whole-brain thinking. This means creativity and problem-solving applied in real time. IRC- II presentation on - 21st Century Fluencies by J.K.Saini
  11. 11. In 21st Century, learning environment, we provide problems that are interesting and relevant to students, problems whose solution involve elements of mandated curriculum. IRC- II presentation on - 21st Century Fluencies by J.K.Saini
  12. 12. Because of InfoWhelm, data is increasing dramatically, facts are becoming obsolete faster, and knowledge built on these facts is less durable. Information fluency is the ability to unconsciously interpret this avalanche of data in all formats, in order to extract the essential and perceive its significance IRC- II presentation on - 21st Century Fluencies by J.K.Saini
  13. 13. How artistic proficiency adds meaning through design, art, and storytelling. We are all creative people. This means that creativity can be taught and learned like any other skill. It’s a whole brain process that involves both hemispheres working together IRC- II presentation on - 21st Century Fluencies by J.K.Saini
  14. 14. To create and innovate means to bring something into existence that did not exist before. People capable of lateral thinking, of developing innovative solutions, are what businesses are looking for today. It is visualising, creating, designing what will meet the end goals. IRC- II presentation on - 21st Century Fluencies by J.K.Saini
  15. 15. Media Fluency In our multimedia world, communication has moved far beyond the realm of text. Our visual learning capacity needs stimulation with rich media from a variety of different sources. Media fluency means being an effective consumer and producer of digital contents. IRC- II presentation on - 21st Century Fluencies by J.K.Saini
  16. 16. Collaboration Fluency Collaboration Fluency is team-working proficiency characterized by the unconscious ability to work cooperatively with both real and virtual partners to solve real and simulated problems IRC- II presentation on - 21st Century Fluencies by J.K.Saini
  17. 17. Global Digital Citizen We have become elevated to the status of global citizens, both socially and as a workforce. As such, we need to understand that we must be able to communicate and collaborate with people of other cultures, both in person and in virtual environment. Learning shifts from the teacher to the student. And they are accountable for their learning. IRC- II presentation on - 21st Century Fluencies by J.K.Saini
  18. 18. The main components are : • Relevance, not to the teacher, but to the learner. • Higher order thinking • Use of higher order thinking to create real world products as solution to relevant real world problems IRC- II presentation on - 21st Century Fluencies by J.K.Saini

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