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Pinkerton academy 3_0

  1. 1. The21st CenturyHome of theAstros Presented by: Jennifer L. Scheffer
  2. 2. Essential Questions…What makes Pinkerton Academy a 21st Century School? What makes you a 21st century teacher? What makes you a 21st century student?
  3. 3. Competencies of21st Century SchoolsConnected EducatorsConnected Students DPD (Daily Professional Development)
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  5. 5.  “Are we just expecting our students to suddenly realize they are our nation’s future and get their act to together? Or should we try to make schools more relevant and motivating for students so that this happens naturally? If more students learn better will that possibly motivate them to continue and not drop out of high school?”
  6. 6. “Therefore, its’ probably more important to get the actual teachers into theidea of using ICT in their lessons. Could increased use of ICT in teachertraining encourage teachers to use ICT in their own lessons? And what if theywere given the time and resources to keep their ICT knowledge up to date?Wouldn’t that pave the way for smarter use of ICT use in education?”
  7. 7. Prepared For the 21st Century P Passionate About learning Power To decide
  8. 8. Innovate Instruction & Assessment I Inspired By global mentors Improve Student learning
  9. 9. Network Other Educators/Admins N New Ways of teaching Now Is the future
  10. 10. Know-how To use modern tools K Keep Learning & growing Kind Which platforms
  11. 11. Engagement Students want to learn E Exciting Connect & Collaborate Encouragement From colleagues & peers
  12. 12. Relevance R Students find meaning Risk Manageable & strategic Rewards Student achievement
  13. 13. Technology T Students love it Time Will be saved Twitter #PACONNECT
  14. 14. Ongoing Lifelong learning for all O Outside The box thinking Opportunities Transform classrooms
  15. 15. Nurture N An emerging new culture Nay-sayers Change perceptions Need To experiment
  16. 16. P I 3.0 N K E R T O N
  17. 17. Professional Development “To be better educators we need to be better learners We live in a technology-driven culture that moves faster than any we have ever known. We need to educate our educators on how to keep up to be relevant. Professional Development must be part of the work week. Skills have changed in the 21st Century, but many who are responsible for teaching those skills have not changed themselves. They need education and not condemnation.”
  18. 18. Collaborate on class The “Facebook” of projects EducationSmartphones #PACONNECT
  19. 19. Workshop Proposal Part 1: Digital CitizenshipDescription:This workshop will focus on what digital citizenshipis, why it is important to integrate into thecurriculum, and strategies that can be used to helpstudents create positive and appropriate digitalfootprints.
  20. 20. Workshop ProposalPart 2: Building your professional learning network Description: This workshop will recommend simple yet effective strategies to build, maintain, and grow a global network of like-minded educators who are committed to sharing ideas, resources, and strategies regarding 21st century teaching , learning, and professional development
  21. 21. Workshop ProposalPart 3: Using Twitter to become a connected educator Description: this workshop will help educators understand Twitter basics including setting up a profile, understanding Twitter terminology, and how using Twitter can contribute to their professional development.
  22. 22. Future Workshops Edmodo Mobile learning Apps for education Blogging Follow-up opportunities Based on department needs
  23. 23. Possibilities LAuw? layer&utm_campaign=player