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Keynote at Alaska Society of Technology Education


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This is my keynote from the Alaska Society of Technology Education.

This is my keynote from the Alaska Society of Technology Education.

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  • Licensed under a Creative Commons attribution-share alike license. kids have tasted the
  • Learning doesn’t stop at schoolKids are constantly connectedHow can we tap into that amazingly motivating and engaging resource
  • How and when they interact should be guided but not forced
  • When learning is social they develop a closer peer network because of common interests.
  • Think pair share
  • Independent learnersFocus on learning how to learn with technologyMotivated and engaged in self improvement
  • Lifelong learnersCan learn how to learnIndependent learnersMetacognitiveIntrinsically motivated Focus on self improvement
  • Natural navigators.
  • Are critical thinkers.Evaluate information for authenticity, relevance and bias.Evaluate tools for applicability and effectiveness. Intuitively filter and focus.Chicken mcnuggets are made of pink goopSNOOP
  • Able to create something new and communicate those ideas with a wide audience in an appropriate wayUsing multiple media to send a message
  • Cross cultural collaboration class
  • Time, space, location are not boundariesIntercultural understandingSuccessful collaboration around a focused goal
  • Students today are different in the fact that 20 years ago you had leaders and followers in peer groups. Now students assume both roles in different groups or circumstances…it is no longer the quarterback and the head cheerleader
  • Cloud computingGoogledocsAbility to share anytime anywhere
  • Noelle and youtubealgorightms to solveI used to take it apart to solve it or remove the stickers
  • Access to tools IN THE CLASSROOMAt schoolAt home
  • Big ideas and global challenges
  • One size fits one
  • If it is relevant to students it will engage them
  • How are you going to change your practice to:Meet the needs of all learnersMeet the needs of the future learnersImprove professional practice
  • As our time here draws to a close I would like to leave you with a thought more so a challenge take a chance and remember that every child that passes through the door of your classroom deserves the same opportunity for success and the same opportunity to fail, when they fail as we all do…pick them up dust them off and have them try again because without failing they may never learn how great it feels to finally succeed!
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    • 1. The 21st CenturyLearner Jeffrey Piontek
    • 2. Learning to Change:Our kids have tasted the honey. Student Voices
    • 4. learners literacy classroom
    • 5. part 1learners
    • 6. life outside the classroom
    • 7. always on
    • 8. interaction is expected
    • 9. social
    • 10. highly customized experiences
    • 11. increasingly digital
    • 12. constantly connected
    • 13. instantaccess
    • 14. producers + consumersprosumers
    • 15. their average classroom experience
    • 16. what do 21st century learners experience in your classroom?
    • 17. part 2Literacy or literacies?
    • 18. what is21st centuryliteracy?
    • 19. effective learners
    • 20. effective learners are… lifelong learners
    • 21. effective learners are… natural navigators
    • 22. effective learners are… critical thinkers and evaluators
    • 23. effectivecommunicators&creators
    • 24. effective communicators & creators are… to create something new
    • 25. effective communicators & creators are… to communicate across culture, time & distance
    • 26. effective communicators & creators are…
    • 27. effective global collaborators
    • 28. effective global collaborators are… able to collaborate to reach common goals
    • 29. effective global collaborators are… able to lead or follow
    • 30. effective global collaborators have… no boundaries
    • 31. Part 3classroom
    • 32. networked student
    • 33. focus on problem solving
    • 34. down classroom walls
    • 35. embracedigitaltools
    • 36. designreal-worldchallenges
    • 37. audience
    • 38. connectedlearning networked
    • 39.
    • 40. customizedlearning experience
    • 41. make it relevant
    • 42. across all grade levels and subject areas
    • 43. a moment for self reflection
    • 44. Mahalo Jeff