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We’ve seen how music and video can be infused into the classroom to create engaging learning experiences that encourage collaboration. What other techniques can we utilize to captivate our......

We’ve seen how music and video can be infused into the classroom to create engaging learning experiences that encourage collaboration. What other techniques can we utilize to captivate our students’ interest? Throughout the week we will embark in playful, interconnected learning that inspires creativity. Today we will start by observing STEM through the “C”s of 21st century skills. We will see how educators are utilizing technology to collaborate and tackle their biggest challenges. We will also participate in community-driven experiences that demonstrate the power of digital, mobile, and social learning.

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  • 1. ? ? ? ?
  • 2. Inventor and physicist, Reginald Fessender invented many devices such as the radio compass and sonic depth finder. Corbis,  (2009). Radio Engineer Reginald Fessenden. [Image]. Available from http://www.discoveryeducation.com/ IRC,  (2005). Walt Disney, founder of Walt Disney Productions.. [Image]. Available from http://www.discoveryeducation.com/ IRC,  (2005). Thomas Alva Edison with his first phonograph.. [Image]. Available from http://www.discoveryeducation.com/ IRC,  (2005). Famous American architect Frank Lloyd Wright.. [Image]. Available from http://www.discoveryeducation.com/ Walt[er] Disney (1901-1966) was born in Chicago and came to Hollywood in 1923. Thomas Alva Edison (1847-1931) with his first phonograph. Edison came to symbolize for many the inventive genius of American technology. Frank Lloyd Wright (1869-1959) was the most famous American architect of the 20th century. He designed 25 buildings in California.
  • 3. Curating Collaborating Creating Connecting FRAMING STEMTHROUGH THE C’S Community Critical Thinking
  • 4. http://p21.org 21ST CENTURY SKILLS
  • 5. Disciplined mastery of key subjects Creating beyond existing knowledge and syntheses to pose new questions Respectful seeking to understand differences Ethical striving toward good work and good citizenship Synthesizing arraying information to make sense to self and others
  • 6. • Problem solvers • Innovators • Inventors • Self-reliant • Logical thinkers • Technologically literate Lantz, Hayes Blaine ED D.“What Should Be the Function of a K-12 STEM Education?” 2009.Web. 20 November 2009. SEEN Magazine. www.seenmagazine.us   GOALS OF STEM
  • 7. WHY STEM? http://www.microsoft.com/presspass/presskits/citizenship/docs/STEM-IG.pdf
  • 8. WHY STEM? http://www.microsoft.com/presspass/presskits/citizenship/docs/STEM-IG.pdf
  • 9. WHY STEM? http://www.microsoft.com/presspass/presskits/citizenship/docs/STEM-IG.pdf
  • 10. WHY STEM? http://www.microsoft.com/presspass/presskits/citizenship/docs/STEM-IG.pdf
  • 11. WHY STEM? http://www.microsoft.com/presspass/presskits/citizenship/docs/STEM-IG.pdf
  • 12. http://www.wired.com/magazine/2011/05/ff_jobsessay
  • 13. Curating Collaborating Creating Connecting FRAMING STEMTHROUGH THE C’S Community Critical Thinking
  • 14. Connecting FRAMING STEMTHROUGH THE C’S
  • 15. Connections blog.cachinko.com
  • 16. Connections Meet Experts
  • 17. Connections Meet Experts
  • 18. Connections Meet Experts
  • 19. Connections Meet Experts
  • 20. Connections
  • 21. Curating FRAMING STEMTHROUGH THE C’S
  • 22. Curation Information Explosion/ InstructionalTime Dilemma 1960! 1980! 2000! Time! Content! Don Deshler (2004)
  • 23. FLIPPED CLASSROOM
  • 24. Curation SiemensSTEMInstitute2014.com
  • 25. Curation
  • 26. Curation
  • 27. Collaborating FRAMING STEMTHROUGH THE C’S
  • 28. Collaboration SIR$KEN$ROBINSON$ “Our%children%are%living%in%the%most%Intensely% s6mula6ng%period%in%the%history%of%the%earth”% h"p://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zDZFcDGpL4U< h"p://crea*ngthefuturetoday.com/foreword6
  • 29. http://creatingthefuturetoday.com/foreword!
  • 30. http://creatingthefuturetoday.com/foreword!
  • 31. Collaboration “Most&great& work&happens& in&groups;& Collabora6on&is& the&stuff&of& growth.”& SIR$KEN$ROBINSON$
  • 32. FRAMING CHALLENGE BASED LEARNINGTHROUGHTHE C’S Critical Thinking
  • 33. WHY IS IT CALLED WD-40? Critical Thinking
  • 34. irst ttempt n earning Critical Thinking
  • 35. Creating FRAMING STEMTHROUGH THE C’S
  • 36. Creativity
  • 37. Creativity
  • 38. Community FRAMING STEMTHROUGH THE C’S
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  • 40. Curating Collaborating Creating Connecting Community Critical Thinking FRAMING STEMTHROUGH THE C’S
  • 41. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P0E-9uJgDZU
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  • 49. Community
  • 50. Community
  • 51. Challenges
  • 52. Challenges
  • 53. Challenges