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  • 1. Instructional Technology Applications 5500:475 [email_address] teachN d ipod gNR8N studnt
  • 2. Kids’ Reality
    • DVD
  • 3. Kids’ Reality
    • DVD
    • mp3
  • 4. Kids’ Reality
    • DVD
    • mp3
    • X-Box
  • 5. Kids’ Reality
    • DVD
    • mp3
    • X-Box
    • Wii
  • 6. Kids’ Reality
    • DVD
    • mp3
    • X-Box
    • Wii
    • iPod
  • 7. Kids’ Reality
    • DVD
    • mp3
    • X-Box
    • Wii
    • iPod
    • TXT
  • 8. Kids’ Reality
  • 9. Educators’ Reality No Child Left Behind NCLB Local Report Card LRC Ohio Graduation Test OGT Ohio Achievement Test OAT Adequate Yearly Progress AYP Kindergarten Readiness Assessment – Literacy KRA-L Developmental Reading Assessment DRA Dynamic Indicators of Basic Early Literacy Skills DIBELS Limited English Proficient LEP ACADEMIC CONTENT STANDARDS
  • 10. Generational Differences
    • Jim Gaston, Associate Director, District IT
    Matures Baby Boomers Gen X iPod Gen Birth Dates 1900-1946 1946-1964 1965-1982 1982-1991 Description
    • Greatest Generation
    • Me Generation
    • Latchkey Generation
    • Millenials
    Attributes
    • Command and Control
    • Self-Sacrifice
    • Optimistic
    • Workaholic
    • Independent
    • Skeptical
    • Hopeful
    • Determined
    Likes
    • Respect for Authority
    • Family
    • Community Involvement
    • Responsibility
    • Work Ethic
    • Can-Do Attitude
    • Freedom
    • Multitasking
    • Work-Life Balance
    • Public Activism
    • Latest Technology
    • Parents
    Dislikes
    • Waste
    • Technology
    • Laziness
    • Turning 50
    • Red Tape
    • Hype
    • Anything Slow
    • Negativity
  • 11. Generational Differences To truly understand today’s students, we must understand how deeply and pervasively technology has permeated their lives…
    • Jim Gaston, Associate Director, District IT
  • 12. Educational Reality
    • “ 2007 marks an important stage in education. It's the first time that 16 year olds entering the job market have been brought up entirely in the era of the internet. Five year olds heading into primary school have been brought up entirely in the age of one click publishing.”
    • Ewan McIntosh
    • http://edu.blogs.com/edublogs/2007/03/peter_kellner_y.html
    Social media's impact on children and their impact on the workplace of 2020
  • 13. 21st centRe skiLz
    • Information and communication skills
    • Thinking and problem-solving skills
    • Interpersonal and self-direction skills
    • Global awareness
    • Financial, economic, and business skills
    • Civic literacy
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  • 14. 21st century student outcomes
    • http://21centuryconnections.com/node/258
  • 15. The iPod Generation Student
    • Digital Natives
    • Always Connected
    • Immediate Access
    • Multitasking
    • Engagement and Experience
    • Social – Enjoy teamwork
    • Visual
  • 16. The iPod Generation Student
    • Thought process has evolved around the web
      • Older adults were raised reading books – they were raised on the web
      • Books reinforce a linear style of thinking and reasoning
      • They have developed a “ hypertext ” style of thinking
  • 17. Teaching the iPod Generation
    • High level of interaction, online and in person.
    • Engaged in the learning process, not just passive receptors of learning.
    • A key component of the iPod Gen definition of technology is customization.
    • Using technology to increase customization, convenience and collaboration is well received by iPod Gen.
  • 18. Teaching the iPod Generation Educators must possess the ability to adapt technology to meet individual needs, rather than vice versa.