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Workshop on today's classrooms. How to use technology resources.Why use them? Is relevance rigor?

Workshop on today's classrooms. How to use technology resources.Why use them? Is relevance rigor?

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  • Press F5 or enter presentation mode to view the poll\r\nIn an emergency during your presentation, if the poll isn't showing, navigate to this link in your web browser:\r\nhttp://www.polleverywhere.com/multiple_choice_polls/LTg0MDQzMTM3MQmtIf you like, you can use this slide as a template for your own voting slides. You might use a slide like this if you feel your audience would benefit from the picture showing a text message on a phone.
  • Kids between the ages of 8 and 18 spend 11.5 hours a day using technology — whether that’s computers, television, mobile phones, or video games – and usually more than one at a time. That’s a big chunk of their 15 or 16 waking hours
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    • 1. Technology and 21st Century Curriculum
      August 17, 2011
    • 2. Awareness does not guarantee change, but most certainly there is no change without awareness.James Baldwin
      Awareness
      Understanding
      Action
    • 3. TODAY’S GOAL
      Is to generate
      Awareness
      Reflection
      Dialogue
      Debate
      Action
      within your classroom, department, and school
    • 4. I can’t see the future but I know it’s coming fast
      .
      It’s not that hard to wind up knee deep in the past
      Gary’s social meter
    • 5. Technology in Perspective
      Technology is not a substitute for high-quality teachers in every classroom
      How technology is used is more important than whether it is used
      Technology should not be a solution in isolation, but rather one aspect of curriculum being upgraded
      Be realistic when advocating for technology
    • 6. Back-Channels
      Notetaking: Students can take their notes during a class in the backchannel. 
      Commenting: Students can also comment on the ideas being share or discussed in class
      Questions: Backchannel provides students an additional way to ask and share questions
      Helping One Another: When one student poses a question on the backchannel, another student might very well answer that question before the instructor can get to it.
      Opening the Classroom: Some backchannels are private others like Today’s Meet and Twitter are public
      Offer Suggestions: What is working and what is not working, also suggest useful readings, activities, or topics for subsequent classes.
    • 7. Do we speak the same language as our students?
    • 8. Don’t forget: You can copy-paste this slide into other presentations, and move or resize the poll.
    • 9. Do you find change, things that are different, not always having the answer, putting yourself out there terrifying?
    • 10. Are children and youth processing information differently?
    • 11. http://edorigami.wikispaces.com
    • 12. So what is 21st Century pedagogy?
      http://edorigami.wikispaces.com
    • 13. International Society for Technology in Education ITSEhttp://Internet4Classrooms.com/Buick Institute for Education BIEOutstanding for PBL
    • 14. Help Students To Learn To Use Their Minds Well
      The purpose of the schools should be to teach students to learn to develop good habits of mind and to develop skills of thinking across subject matter.
    • 15. Value of a High School Diploma
      There's only one valid measure of the high school curriculum: How well does it prepare students when they are launched into their adult lives?
      Abolish it, if by diploma we mean that all students must graduate as though they were heading for the same 20th-century future.
      Grant Wiggins Educational Leadership March 2011 | Volume 68 | Number 6What Students Need to Learn    Pages 28-33
    • 16. What is an Education?
      The things taught in schools and colleges are not an education, but the means of education.
      Ralph Waldo Emerson
    • 17. Goal of Education?
      To get our students to be independent learners, to enjoy learning,to develop good habits of mind and to develop skills of thinking and questioning across subject matter?.
    • 18. “The biggest obstacle to school
      change is our memories."
      Allen Glenn
    • 19. Class of 2024- this year’s preschool
    • 20. They came to be because…?
      Today
      the future is here
    • 21. What skills are most important for job success when hiring a high school graduate?
      …business sector increasingly values people who can use their knowledge to communicate, collaborate, analyze, create, innovate, and solve problems."
      Work Ethic 80%
      Collaboration 75%
      Good communication 70%
      Social Responsibility 63%
      Critical Thinking, Problem Solving 58%
      AMA American Management Association
    • 22.
    • 23.
    • 24. Of the High School Students that you recently hired, what were their deficiencies?
      Written communication 81%
      Leadership 73%
      Work Ethic 70%
      Critical Thinking & Problem Solving 70%
      Self-Direction 58%
      “Prepare for School, or Prepare for life?”
      Alan November
      If we have to tell you what to do you can’t work here
      AMA American Management Association
    • 25. 21st Century Skills
       Critical Thinking
       Problem Solving
       Communication
       Collaboration
       Information Literacy
       Media Literacy
    • 26. How does this translate to us, to our students? Where do these skills flourish in your class, school?
      4 C’s
      Creativity Collaboration
      Communication Critical Thinking
      HOTS
      (Higher Order Thinking Skills)
    • 27.
    • 28.
    • 29.
    • 30. The World of Schools
      WE REWARD
      Passive Learning
      Convergent Thinking
      Low Level Tasks
      Competition
      Knowledge of Facts
      Memorization
      Comprehension
      Working Alone
      Quick Answers
      WE VALUE
      Active learning
      Divergent Thinking
      Holistic Tasks
      Co-operation
      High Level Thinking
      Problem Solving
      Collection & Analysis of Data
      Working Collaboratively
      Reflection
    • 31. What year are you preparing your learners for?
      1991 ?
      2000 ?
      2025 ?
      Amend your mission statement ?
    • 32. Change
      In times of change,
      Learners inherit the earth
      While the learned find themselves
      Beautifully equipped to
      deal with a
      World that no longer exists.
      Eric Hoffer
    • 33. the basic elements in designing curriculum that need upgrading.
    • 34. Students and teachers should be blogging, creating documentaries,
      Skyping with kids in other countries, podcasting, and creating digital portfolios.
      Create an online profile for Julius Caesar, Holden Caulfield, Atticus Finch, or John Wilkes Booth?
      What interests would they put down for those figures?
      How would they present themselves online?
      Who would their friends be?
      What events would be on their calendar?
      What would their status updates be like?
      Imagine the depth a student could go into developing such a project for a literary character or historical figure.
      Or, as Dr. Heidi Hayes Jacobs says,
      don't do that.
      Have them do a poster or oral report instead. That'll hook 'em. And go ahead and laminate that poster, or in Dr. Jacobs words, mummify it.
    • 35. WHAT TO CUT? WHAT TO KEEP? WHAT TO CREATE?
      TIMELY AND TIMELESS
      wallwisher
      Wolfram Alpha
      Gap Minder
      Customized search engine
      Skype in the classroom
    • 36. Blog
      Wiki
      Podcast
      A type of website or part of a website. Blogs are usually maintained by an individual with regular entries of commentary, descriptions of events, or other material such as graphics or video. Most blogs are interactive, allowing visitors to leave comments and even message each other.
      A web site that allows users to add and update content on the site. Wikis end up being created mainly by a collaborative effort of the site visitors.
      A multimedia digital file made available on the Internet for downloading to a portable media player, computer.
      Silvia Tolisano
    • 37. Recast content for timeliness:
      Breakthroughs
      Contemporary issues
      International perspectives
      Modern forms of expression
      Be vigilant about technology
      in all aspects of learning
      ..A deliberate need to replace and to shed dated content, skills, strategies, and assessment
    • 38. De- gimmickifcation of Web 2.0 tools
      http://tinyurl.com/4q97xmk
      TAXEDO
    • 42. WE need ...
      Dictionaries
      Responders
      Calculators
      Timers
      what’s the cost?
    • 43. Project Based Learning
      a systematic teaching method that engages students in learning essential knowledge and life-enhancing skills through an extended, student-influenced inquiry process structured around complex, authentic questions and carefully designed products and tasks.
      Groups
      Class
      Small group
      Individual
      How we educate our children is more important than how much work we require
    • 44. Characteristics of PBL are Authentic Learning Activities
      Real-world relevance: Activities match as nearly as possible the real-world tasks of professionals in practice rather than decontextualized or classroom-based tasks.
      Ill-defined: Activities require students to define the tasks and subtasks needed to
      complete the activity
      Complex, sustained tasks: Activities are completed in days, weeks, and months rather than minutes or hours. They require significant investment of time and intellectual resources.
      Multiple perspectives; Provides the opportunity for students to examine the task from different perspectives using a variety of resources, and separate relevant from irrelevant information.
      Collaborative; Collaboration is integral and required for task completion.
      Value laden: Provide the opportunity to reflect and involve students; beliefs and values.
      Interdisciplinary: Activities encourage interdisciplinary perspectives and enable learners to play diverse roles and build expertise that is applicable beyond a single well-defined field or domain.
      Authentically assessed: Assessment is seamlessly integrated with learning in a manner that reflects how quality is judged in the real world.
      Authentic products: Authentic activities create polished products valuable in their own right rather than as preparation for something else.
      Multiple possible outcomes: Activities allow a range and diversity of outcomes open to multiple solutions of an original nature, rather than a single correct response obtained by the application of predefined rules and procedures.
      (From Reeves, T. Cl., Herrington, Jl, & Oliver, R. (2002).Authentic activity as a model for web-based learning. 2002 Annual Meeting of the American Educational Research Association, New Orleans, LA, USA.)
    • 45.
      • Sustainability
      Interdisciplinary Issues and Themes
      • Urban Planning: Gateway Cities
      • 46. Global Ambassadors;
      • 47. Lifelong Fitness
      • 48. Financial Literacy
      • 49. Arts Fusions
    • Mercator Map
      1569!
    • 50. Peter’s Map
    • 51.
    • 52. the basic elements in designing curriculum that need upgrading.
    • 53. Social Media
      wikis
      Facebook
      Twitter
      blogs
      digital poster tools
      chat rooms
      photo sharing
      podcasts
      txts
      generally it refers to websites that allow their users to share information about themselves.
      refers to the online tools that promote easy transmission of ideas and conversations
    • 54. Replace dated PD practices with new ones
      We meet by habit...not by purpose.
    • 55. PLN
      PERSONAL LEARNING NETWORK
    • 56. Differentiating Professional Development
      Adult learners in professional settings have various needs for different types of work.
      We fall prey to RUTS in staff development.
      Randomness does not serve the learner nor their students.
      Cafeteria style fits today’s adult learners.
      Strategic Professional Grouping: vertical, gravel level, expanded local, global teams, feeder pattern, extended team, targeted cross grade
    • 57. Consider a range of venues and tools
    • What will you alter, change, upgradefor learner engagement?Make a commitment.
      Screenplays
      Teleplays
      Pod casts
      Documentaries
      Facebook historical
      figures
      Text messaging
      IPAD
      Skype
      Kindle
      Wikis
      Media criticism
      Web quests
      Digital portfolios
      Blogs
      Curriculum 21:  New Essential Curriculum for 21st Century Learners  (ASCD) Alexandria, VA; January 2010 Heidi Hayes Jacobs, editor.
    • 67.
      • Start every meeting with a new web 2.0 application or site to share with the group.
      • 68. Instructionally targeted
      • 69. Every teacher bring 2 students
      • 70. http://www.curriculum21.com/
    • On the Horizon
      Mobile computing
      Cloud
      Two to three years: Game-based learning and open content.
      Four to five years: Learning analytics and personal learning environments
      The abundance of resources and relationships made easily accessible via the internet is increasingly challenging educators to revisit roles;
      As IT support becomes more decentralized, the technologies used are increasingly based not on school servers, but in the cloud;
      The perceived value of innovation and creativity is increasing; and
      Technology continues to profoundly affect the way educators and students work, collaborate, communicate, and succeed
    • 71. Failed in business, 1831
      Defeated for legislature, 1832
      Again failed in business, 1833
      Elected to legislature, 1834
      Defeated for Speaker, 1838
      Defeated for Elector, 1840
      Defeated for Congress, 1843
      Elected to Congress, 1846
      Defeated for Congress, 1848
      Defeated for Senate, 1855
      Defeated for Vice-President, 1858
      Defeated for Senate, 1858
      Elected President of the United States, 1860
      Abraham Lincoln
    • 72. Great Educators
      May we know them.
      May we learn from them.
      May we be one of them.
    • 73. Thank you
      Mark R. Truitt
      954-483-4566
      mtruitt33029@bellsouth.net

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