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May 23, 2012 learning session

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May 23, 2012 HWDSB Policy Steering Committee learning session re: 21st Century Learning and Technology Policy.

May 23, 2012 HWDSB Policy Steering Committee learning session re: 21st Century Learning and Technology Policy.

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  • 1. 21st Century Learning and Technology Policy Steering Committee Meeting May 23, 2012
  • 2. Our goals:● To get to know each other● To understand the policy development process● To set the context for our learning and working together● To learn and contribute our thinking and ideas
  • 3. Introducing Each OtherA VoiceThread is a collaborative, multimedia slideshow that holds images, documents, and videosand allows people to leave comments in 5 ways:● using voice (with a mic or telephone)● text● audio file● video (via a webcam)
  • 4. Lets orient ourselves to our learning& working space http://policy.commons.hwdsb.on.ca/
  • 5. Watch the video & follow up with your reflections.This video has been selected to create the context forworking on the 21st Century Learning & Technology Policy.
  • 6. 21st Century Learning Strategy● What does an engaging, real-world, authentic learning space look like?● What does it mean to be a good digital citizen? Is it different than being a good citizen? What transferrable skills should be explicitly set out in order to ensure citizenship extends into digital spaces?● Why are skills like critical and creative thinking, problem solving, collaboration, and communication presented in a document concerning technology? How does technology change/leverage/enable instruction around these skills?● What role does technology play in including parents and community as partners in learning at HWDSB?
  • 7. Scoping Report & Guiding Questions Please read through the report and well have a discussion about next steps as in policy development.
  • 8. Next steps:● Review Committee input through online comments● Committee member access to DRAFT policy in google docs to facilitate ongoing collaboration, collective thinking, comments and questions● Next Meeting June 13th, 2012