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Presentation based on book "Curriculum21" by Heidi Hayes Jacobs (ASCD, 2010)

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  • Social Production-*Learning to DoKnowledge CreationSocial Networks*Learning to Be*Defining our identities*How we connect with each other determines how learning occurs (Relationships, not technologies)Semantic Web*Learning to Know*Organizing, interpretation, connections & distribution of informationMedia Grids*Learning to be and do*Gaming embeds Gardner’s five minds of the future*Content not confined to linear structuresNon Linear Learning*Disciplines are interconnectedAdapted from Stephen Wilmarth’s chapterin Curriculum21 (ASCD, 2010) by Heidi Hayes JacobsHow does your brain respond to the bullets and summary versus the image? What do you remember better?
  • Excellence in AcademicsConnection & Authentic Experiences with IsraelSocial & Service LearningLiteracies
  • West Wing Episode- http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n8zBC2dvERM
  • Visual based on Heidi Hayes Jacobs (p.18) in Curriculum21 (ASCD, 2010) by Heidi Hayes Jacobs
  • Visual based on Heidi Hayes Jacobs (p.9) in Curriculum 21 (ASCD, 2010) by Heidi Hayes Jacobs
  • Visual adapted from Tim Tyson (p.130) in Curriculum 21 (ASCD, 2010) by Heidi Hayes Jacobs
  • Based on StephenWilmarth (p.82) in Curriculum21 (ASCD, 2010) by Heidi Hayes Jacobs
  • Adapted from Alan November (p.188) in Curriculum 21 (ASCD, 2010) by Heidi Hayes Jacobs.
  • By Michael Fisher- http://curriculum21.ning.com/profiles/blogs/more-new-formsthis-time-at
  • Based on Bill Sheskey (p.208) in Curriculum21 (ASCD, 2010) by Heidi Hayes Jacobs
  • Adapted from Bill Sheskey (p.197) in Curriculum21 (ASCD, 2010) by Heidi Hayes Jacobs
  • Based on Heidi Hayes Jacobs (p.36) in Curriculum 21 (ASCD, 2010)
  • Adapted from Frank Baker (p.133) in Curriculum21 (ASCD, 2010) by Heidi Hayes Jacobs
  • Adapted from Stephen Wilmarth (pp. 95-96) in Curriculum21 (ASCD, 2010) by Heidi Hayes Jacobs
  • Adapted from Alan November(p. 189) in Curriculum21 (ASCD, 2010) by Heidi Hayes Jacobs
  • Adapted from Alan November (pp.188-193), Curriculum 21 (ASCD, 2010) by Heidi Hayes Jacobs.
  • Olympics with 2nd Grade Class in Canada
  • Connected to Global Perspectives: Christopher Columbus Project
  • Adapted from Curriculum21 (ASCD, 2010) by Heidi Hayes JacobsCurriculum Upgrade ModelA Growth (not change) Model. Replace, NOT integrateAssessment:*Pool of Assessment Replacements*Identify existing types of software, hardware & Web based capabilities*Replace a dated assessment with a modern one*Share assessment upgrades formally with colleagues & students*Insert ongoing sessions for skills & assessment upgrades into school calendar
  • School Structures:*Schedule (long term & short term)*Grouping (institutional & instructional)*Grouping of professionals (multiple affiliations)*Space (physical & virtual)Adapted from Curriculum21 (ASCD, 2010) by Heidi Hayes JacobsCurriculum Upgrade ModelA Growth (not change) Model. Replace, NOT integrate
  • Content Review & Upgrade:*What should be kept?- timely & necessary*What content should be cut?- dated/non-essential*What content should be created?- new literaciesAdapted from Curriculum21 (ASCD, 2010) by Heidi Hayes JacobsCurriculum Upgrade ModelA Growth (not change) Model. Replace, NOT integrate
  • Curriculum: Disposition to engage students in lifelong learningTeacher: shift from information provider to coach, innovator, catalyst and collaborator with the learnerAssessment: Students learn to value feedback, to gather data about their own performance and to become self modifying in their learning journeyAdapted from Arthur Costa & BenaKallick (pp. 210- 226) in Curriculum21 (ASCD, 2010) by Heidi Hayes JacobsIt takes some getting used to: Rethinking Curriculum for the 21st Century
  • Curriculum Mind Shifts:Myth #1- FROM knowing the right answers TO knowing how to behave when answers are not readily availableMyth #2- FROM transmitting meaning TO constructing meaning.Myth #3- FROM external evaluation TO self-assessment.Adapted from Arthur Costa & BenaKallick(pp. 223- 225) in Curriculum21 (ASCD, 2010) by Heidi Hayes JacobsIt takes some getting used to: Rethinking Curriculum for the 21st Century

21st Century Schools 21st Century Schools Presentation Transcript

  • Idea
    Model
    Upgrade
    21st Century Schools
  • 21st Century Schools
    Based on Curriculum 21™
    by Heidi Hayes Jacobs (ASCD 2010)
  • Idea
  • What year are you preparing your students for?
    2023
    1970
    2010
  • What does it mean to be educated?
  • What Does it Mean to be Educated for the Class of 2023?
  • What is a Classroom? What does a School Look Like?
  • Social Networks
    Social
    Production
    Non-Linear Learning
    Five Socio-Technology Trends
    Adapted from Stephen Wilmarth in Curriculum21 (ASCD 2010) by Heidi Hayes Jacobs
    Media Grids
  • Priorities?
  • West Wing Episode- http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n8zBC2dvERM
  • Gall- Peters Projection Map
  • Mercator- Projection Map
  • Visual based on H.Hayes Jacobs (p.18) in Curriculum 21 (ASCD, 2010) by Heidi Hayes Jacobs
    “The way to modernize our work is not to use a computer instead of a typewriter and call it innovative. It is to replace existing practices.”
  • “The Concept of what a School is does not need Reform- it needs New Forms.”
    Heidi Hayes Jacobs (p.9) in Curriculum 21 (ASCD, 2010) by Heidi Hayes Jacobs
  • Making Learning Irresistible
    “Engaging Students to produce meaningful contributions.”
    Tim Tyson (p.130) in Curriculum 21 (ASCD, 2010) by Heidi Hayes Jacobs
  • “Once we depended upon domain experts to categorize and organize knowledge, this task is now handed over to everyone.”Based on Stephen Wilmarth (p.82) in Curriculum21 (ASCD, 2010) by Heidi Hayes Jacobs
  • Shouldn’t we be providing role models for our students about how to harness the power of Information and Global Communication?


    Alan November (p.188) in Curriculum 21
    (ASCD, 2010) by Heidi Hayes Jacobs
  • “We spend an inordinate amount of time asking children to think outside the box, but we continue to ask them to learn inside one.

    By Michael Fisher on Curriculum21 Ning- http://curriculum21.ning.com/profiles/blogs/more-new-formsthis-time-at
  • “It isn’t the answer anymore…
    …it is the question!”
    Bill Sheskey in Curriculum21 (ASCD, 2010) by Heidi Hayes Jacobs
  • “Today’s students are demanding a change in the classroom…
    because of their ability to gather information faster than any previous generation”.
    Bill Sheskey (p.197) in Curriculum21 (ASCD, 2010) by Heidi Hayes Jacobs
  • Educators in the 21st Century are slowly starting to appreciate that we no longer live in a print-centric world.
    Frank Baker (p.133) in Curriculum21 (ASCD, 2010) by Heidi Hayes Jacobs
  • Model
  • New Roles for Developing Empowered Learners
    Researchers
    Tutorial Designers
    Alan November (pp.188-193), Curriculum 21 (ASCD, 2010) by Heidi Hayes Jacobs.
    Contributors
    to Society
    Official Scribes
    Collaboration
    Coordinators
    Curriculum
    Reviewers
  • Collaborators
  • Connected to Global Perspective
  • Cross-Subject & Grade Level
  • “When we Skyped with Silvia, what happens years ago, makes more sense. She told us way more than I’d read in a textbook. She made me put myself in Germany during the night of broken glass.
    “Skypinghelps us learn. When our class Skyped with Silvia Rosenthal, she told us more information about the holocaust and WWII than a textbook would have told us. This makes it exciting for us because we can see her expressions and it makes it more real.  We can feel her emotion.
    Authentic
  • Students become Teachers
  • Researchers
  • Contributors
  • Upgrade
  • Curriculum Upgrade Model:
    A Growth (not change) Model. Replace, NOT integrate.
  • Curriculum Upgrade Model:
    A Growth (not change) Model. Replace, NOT integrate.
    Grouping
    Space
    Schedule
  • Curriculum Upgrade Model:
    A Growth (not change) Model. Replace, NOT integrate.
    Content Review
    Timely Non-Essential Create
  • Shift
    Teacher
    Assessment
    Curriculum
  • Curriculum Mind ShiftS
    Myths
    FROM transmitting knowledge
    TO constructing meaning
    FROM knowing the right answers
    FROM external evaluation
    TO knowing how to behave when answers not readily available
    TO self-assessment
  • Take
    1
    Unit
  • It’s not about adding “21st Century Learning” to the curriculum…
    …we live in the 21st Century
    and we are learning…
  • It’s about the skills ourstudents will need tosucceed in THEIR future …
    …How can we
    best prepare them?
  • It’s not about the Tools…It’s about the Skills
  • Idea
    Model
    Upgrade
  • Image Credit
    Class of 2023 by woodleywonderworkshttp://www.flickr.com/photos/wwworks/2908834853/
    iPhone by William Hookhttp://www.flickr.com/photos/williamhook/2830319467/
    Wii Fit by Shannon Millerhttp://www.flickr.com/photos/kimandshannon/5028728954