Facilitators: Eden Clark, Educa4onal Media Monika Davis, Instruc4onal Technology Please DON’T put away your devices!
Purpose is to explore and share some tools that model 21st Century teaching and learning. • Bounce around and use several tools, but we will >e them to standards. • No Deep Sea diving into speciﬁcs. • Food for Thought – so you’ll know where to start. • Collabora>on – a MUST! Many ideas grow be/er when transplanted into another mind than the one where they sprang up. – Oliver Wendell Holmes
This is a place to post ques>ons and comments that you may have about the session. bit.ly/21ctm
The ac>vi>es in our session are designed to be accessible using any DCSD-‐conﬁgured device. So bring it on!
• Coined by Dr. Zachary Walker • This genera>on is the last genera>on that will need to carry backpacks. • Schools will con>nue to improve internet accessibility, encourage the use of mobile devices, and provide students with opportuni>es to learn anywhere at any >me all from a device they can carry in their hand or pocket. lastbackpack.com
STANDARDS Building Your School’s 21st Century Toolkit
Students are College and Career Ready. 21C Toolkit: Standards Stroll
Common Core • Provide Rigorous and Relevant Content • Focus on Content Literacy for all Areas • Promote Higher-‐Order Thinking Skills • Facilitate progression of learning that will ensure students are C&CR. 21C Toolkit: Standards Stroll
While students are mastering core content and 21st Century themes and skills… • Use technology and digital media strategically and capably. • Conduct and integrate eﬀec>ve research. • Understand strengths and limita>ons of various technological tools and mediums. 21C Toolkit: Standards Stroll
ISTE NETS • Na>onal Educa>onal Technology Standards (NETS) • www.iste.org/standards • NETS Family – Students – Teachers – Administrators – Coaches – Computer Science Educators 21C Toolkit: Standards Stroll
• 21st Century Assessment for 8th Grade Students (Learning.com) • Scores ranges: Advanced à Proﬁcient à Basic à Below Basic • College and Career Readiness Performance Index Indicator (CCRPI) 21C Toolkit: Standards Stroll
INFORMATION TOOLS Building Your School’s 21st Century Toolkit
• Students need to learn to eﬀec>vely search for informa>on, evaluate informa>on and cite sources. • Promotes content literacy (CC) and supports Research and Informa>on and Digital Ci>zenship (NETS-‐S). 21C Toolkit: InformaDon Tools
A wiki is a website that allows users to add and share content. bit.ly/21cwiki 21C Toolkit: InformaDon Tools
COLLABORATION TOOLS Building Your School’s 21st Century Toolkit
21C Toolkit: CollaboraDon Tools • Students need to learn to analyze informa>on. They also need to be able to eﬀec>vely collaborate with each other to create solu>ons. • Promotes data collec>on and analysis(CC), supports Collabora>on and Communica>on, and Digital Ci>zenship (NETS-‐S).
Individual Ac4vity 1. Sort M&Ms by color and count. 2. Go to the URL and enter your results. Collabora4ve Group or Class Ac4vity 3. Go to URL to view class data.
Authen4c Uses – ITS Training Logs – Webmaster Veriﬁca>on Collabora4ve Brainstorming Ac4vity – How can you model the use of a collabora>ve document? – What are some collabora>ve tools that you use? 21C Toolkit: CollaboraDon Tools
ASSESSMENT TOOLS Building Your School’s 21st Century Toolkit
• Blogging is a great way to assess learning and HOT. • Rubrics assist in performance-‐based learning tasks. • Promotes content literacy (CC) and supports Research and Informa>on and Digital Ci>zenship (NETS-‐S). 21C Toolkit: Assessment Tools
MANAGEMENT TOOLS Building Your School’s 21st Century Toolkit
21C Toolkit: Management Tools • Students need to take control of their learning by using online learning tools that foster collabora>on and communica>on. • Teachers need management tools that facilitate this process. • Promotes all areas of CC and NETS-‐S.
www.classdojo.com 21C Toolkit: Management Tools
Teachers can design and facilitate instruc>on…and regain valuable >me. Students can learn what they need to learn…and actually like it.
The “Technology Drive-‐Thru” just got more interes>ng. • 30 iPads (32 MB) • 1 MacBook • 1 iPad Cart #1 – iPad Lab • 20 Laptops • 1 Wireless Access Point • Windows 7 • Oﬃce 2010 #2 – Laptop Lab • 32 Worksta>ons • Networking Consulta>on • 1 Printer • Oﬃce 2010 • Windows 7 #3 – Computer Lab Biggie Size at 64 MB for $500