When They're Not Looking....Throw in 21st Century Skills

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When They're Not Looking....Throw in 21st Century Skills

  1. 1. When They’re Not Looking… Throw in 21st Century Skills! M e l anie W i s c ou nt P a l my ra A r e a S c h ool D i s tri ct, P a l my ra, P A N M SA 2 0 1 0 C o nf er e nce – B a l t imore , M D N o v e mb er 5 , 2 0 1 0
  2. 2. Become Global Thinkers Assignment On Board: “Think of an Idea to change The world – & Put it into Action “Pay It Forward – Assignment to Save the World” – video segment from www.youtube.com by user WateryNeo - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tGcwG-2owow
  3. 3. The World is Different “World is in my hand” - Photo from flickr.com ~by simply fred
  4. 4. Learning Objectives  Explorehow we as teachers can effectively provide learning experiences that “connect” to the global society of the 21st century learner  Infuse21 st century skills by using Web 2.0 resources & tools that can be integrated into any curriculum
  5. 5. Why?
  6. 6. What’s Different?  Technology – Internet & widespread use  Global Competition – it’s a flat world  Workplace – basic and technical skill requirements of traditional jobs are changing & organization structure  Economy – creating high-performance workplaces “21st Century Skills for 21st Century Jobs” - A Report of the U.S. Department of Commerce, U.S. Department of Education, U.S. Department of Labor, National Institute of Literacy, and the Small Business Administration, January 1999
  7. 7. Technology “Information and communication technologies are raising the bar on the competencies needed to succeed in the 21st century." The 21st Century Workforce Commission's (2000) National Alliance of Business
  8. 8. Global Competition  Technology “flattens” the world  Global Achievement Gap measured by PISA PISA Country Profiles
  9. 9. PISA Results PISA Tests Top Scoring Country United States Place 2003 Math – Hong Kong Reading – Finland Math – 28th  Reading – 18th  Results Science – Finland Science – 22nd  Problem-solving – Korea Problem-solving – 29th  Math – 25th  Math – Taipei (Kiina) Reading – 15th  2006 Reading – Korea Science – 21st  Science – Finland Problem-solving – Not Problem-solving – Not assessed assessed 2009 Will be reported in December Will be reported in December 2010 2010  Above OECD average  Close to OECD average  Below the OECD average Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD)
  10. 10. Workplace  Growing competitive demand for advanced skills  Global Achievement Gap measured by PISA PISA Country Profiles
  11. 11. How the Demand for Skills has Changed? http://www.p21.org/documents/aacte_p21_whitepaper2010.pdf – September 2010
  12. 12. The Future “In the 21st century, American competitiveness and worker prosperity will be tied tightly to the education and skill attainment of the workforce.” “21st Century Skills for 21st Century Jobs” - A Report of the U.S. Department of Commerce, U.S. Department of Education, U.S. Department of Labor, National Institute of Literacy, and the Small Business Administration, January 1999
  13. 13. The Profession N e w p r i n ciple s f or t e a c her p r e p ara t ion p r og ra ms 1 .P - 12 e d u c a ti on w i l l p r e p a re a l l s t u d en ts w i t h 2 1 s t c e n t ury k n ow led ge a n d s k i l ls . 2 . P - 1 2 t e a c her s a n d a d mi nis t rat ors w i l l p os s e ss , t e a c h a n d a s s e s s 2 1 s t c e n t ury k n ow led ge a n d s k i l ls . 3 . E d u ca t or p r e p a ra tion p r og ra ms w i l l p r e p a re t h e i r g r a d u at es t o p os s e s s, t e a c h a n d a s s e s s 2 1 s t c e n t ury k n ow le dge a n d s k i l ls . 4 . N e w t e a c he rs w i l l b e p r e p are d t o b e c ome c h a n g e a g e n t s f or e mb e d ding 2 1 s t c e n t ury k n ow led ge a n d s k i l ls i n a l l s u b j ect s i n P - 1 2 c u r ricu la i n a c c ord ance w i t h n a t i on a l a n d s t a t e s t a n d a rd s. American Association of Colleges of Teacher Education (AACTE) & Partnership for 21st Century Skills (P21) September 2010
  14. 14. The Profession N e w p r i n ciple s f or t e a c her p r e p ara t ion p r og ra ms 5 . H i g her e d u ca t ion l e a d ers w i l l w or k w i t h l e a d e rs i n P - 1 2 a n d l oc a l c ommu nit ies t o i n f or m t h e r e d e sig n of e d u ca t or p r e p a ra ti on p r og ra ms t o mor e e f f e c t ively me e t t h e n e e d s of 2 1 s t c e n t u ry l e a r ne rs. 6 . E a c h e d u ca t or p r e pa ra ti on p r og ra m w i l l d e ve l op a 2 1 s t c e n t ury b l u e p rint f or t r a n s f ormin g i t s e l f i n t o a 2 1 s t c e n t ury p r og r am. 7 . E d u ca t or p r e p a ra tion p r og ra ms w i l l b e r e c ogni zed a s s ou r ce s of l e a d ers hip i n d e ve l op ing 2 1 s t c e n t ury e d u ca t ion a n d l e a r n ing s t r a t eg ies. 8 . E d u ca t or p r e p a ra tion p r og ra ms w i l l b e a t t h e f or e f ront of r e s e a rch a n d e v a l u a tion of 2 1 s t c e n t ury e d u ca t ion . American Association of Colleges of Teacher Education (AACTE) & Partnership for 21st Century Skills (P21) September 2010
  15. 15. What Does 21 st Teaching Look Like? S u c c e ssfu lly a l i g n ing t e c h nolog ies w i t h c on t e nt a n d p e d a g ogy an d d e v e l o pi ng t h e ab il i t y t o c re at iv ely u s e t e c h n ologies t o m e e t s p e c if ic le arn in g n e e d s , A l i g n in g in s t ru c ti on w i t h s t an d ard s, p art ic u larly t h o s e s t a n d a rds t h a t e mb od y 2 1 s t c e n t u ry k n ow le dge a n d s k i l ls , B alan c i ng d i re c t in s t ru c tion s t rat e gical ly w i t h p r oj ect -orien ted t e a c h ing me t h ods A p p l yi ng c h i ld a n d a d ol e s cent d e ve l op men t k n ow le dge t o e d u c ato r p re p arat i on an d e d u c ati o n p o l i c y, American Association of Colleges of Teacher Education (AACTE) & Partnership for 21st Century Skills (P21) September 2010
  16. 16. What Does 21 st Teaching Look Like? Using a range of assessment strategies to evaluate student performance and differentiate instruction (including but not limited to formative, portfolio-based, curriculum-embedded and summative), Participating actively in learning communities; tapping the expertise within a school or school district through coaching, mentoring, knowledge-sharing, and team teaching American Association of Colleges of Teacher Education (AACTE) & Partnership for 21st Century Skills (P21) September 2010
  17. 17. What Does 21 st Teaching Look Like? Acting as mentors and peer coaches with fellow educators , Using a range of strategies (such as formative assessments) to reach diverse students and to create environments that support differentiated teaching and learning Pursuing continuous learning opportunities and embracing career-long learning as a professional ethic. American Association of Colleges of Teacher Education (AACTE) & Partnership for 21st Century Skills (P21) September 2010
  18. 18. National Economy  Global, Knowledge-based Economy "The current and future health of America's 21st century economy depends directly on how broadly and deeply Americans reach a new level of literacy — 21st Century Literacy." The 21st Century Workforce Commission's (2000) National Alliance of Business
  19. 19. Each Student Needs to be: a c r i t i cal t hi nker  a pr obl em s ol v er  a n i nnov a t or  an effec t i ve c ommuni c a t or  an effec t i ve c ol l a bor a tor  i nf or mat i on a nd medi a l i t er ate  gl obal l y aw a r e  c i v i ca lly en ga ged  fi n a nc i a lly a nd ec onomi c a ll y l iter a te Preparing Students for Jobs That Do Not Exist, Chris Pearson, August 16, 2007 http://squeakymouse.wordpress.com/2007/08/16/preparing-students-for-jobs-that-do-not-exist/
  20. 20. What?
  21. 21. 21st Century Literacy Academic Core Subjects  English, reading  Economics or language arts  Science  World languages  Geography  Arts  History  Government and  Mathematics civics
  22. 22. 21st Century Literacy  21 st Century Inter-disciplinary Themes Global Awareness Financial, Economic, Business, Entrepreneurial Literacy Civic Literacy Health Literacy Environmental Literacy
  23. 23. 21 st Century Learning  Learning & Innovation Skills  Information, Media, & Technology Skills  Life & Career Skills
  24. 24. 21 st Century Learning  Learning & Innovation Skills Critical Thinking & Problem Solving Communication Collaboration Creativity & Innovation
  25. 25. 21 st Century Learning  Information, Media, & Technology Skills Information Literacy Media Literacy ICT – Information, Communications, & Technology Literacy
  26. 26. 21 st Century Learning  Life & Career Skills Flexibility & A daptability Initiative & Self -direction Social & Cross-Cultural Skills Productivity & Accountability L eadership & Responsibility
  27. 27. Partnership for 21 st Century Skills (P21)
  28. 28. 21st Century Literacy 21st Century Inter-disciplinary Themes  Digital Age Literacy  Inventive Thinking  Effective Communication  High Productivity
  29. 29. 21 st Century Learning http://www.ncrel.org/engauge/skills/agelit.htm
  30. 30. Basic Literacy Global Scientific Awareness Literacy Multicultural Digital Economic Literacy Literacy Literacy Information Technological Literacy Literacy Visual Literacy
  31. 31. Adaptability and Managing Complexity Higher Order Self- of Thinking Direction & Reasoning Inventive Thinking Risk-taking Curiosity Creativity
  32. 32. Teaming & Collaboration Interactive Inter-personal Communication Skills Effective Communication Social & Personal Civic Responsibility Responsibility
  33. 33. Prioritizing, Planning, and Managing for Results High Productivity Ability to Effective Produce Use Of Relevant, Real-World High-Quality Tools Products
  34. 34. How?
  35. 35. How We Learn 10% of what we READ 20% of what we HEAR 30% of what we SEE 50% of what we SEE and HEAR 70% of what is DISCUSSED with OTHERS 80% of what is EXPERIENCED PERSONALLY 95% of what we TEACH TO SOMEONE ELSE William Glasser
  36. 36. Instructional Strategies
  37. 37. Digital Writing Prompts Write a paragraph to persuade your parents to appreciate your choice in music and listen to your favorite artist. Basic Literacy Visual Literacy Ability to Produce Relevant, High-Quality Products
  38. 38. Peer Assessment Peer Assessment – PowerPoint US President Project – PQP Chart Date: ___________________________________________________________________ Student that you are Assessing: ______________________________________________ Your name: ______________________________________________________________ Steps Peer Tips  PPP Charts ~ Praise – Pose- Polish Interpersonal Skills Peer Assessment – PowerPoint US President Project – PQP Chart Technological Date: ___________________________________________________________________ Literacy Student that you are Assessing: ______________________________________________ Your name: ______________________________________________________________ Critical Thinking Steps Peer Tips  Skills
  39. 39. Peer Assessment Wall Wisher Interpersonal Skills Technological Literacy Critical Thinking Skills http://www.wallwisher.com
  40. 40. Interactive PowerPoint Presentations VBA Scripting in MS Applications Ability to Produce •ActiveX Controls Relevant, •Option Buttons High-Quality •Text Boxes Products •Check Boxes Technological •List Box Literacy •Command Button •Labels Teaming & •Combo Box Collaboration http://www.slideshare.net/mwiscount/transforming-power-point-show http://www.microsoft.com/multipoint/mouse-mischief/
  41. 41. Five Things This Generation Can’t Do http://21cif.imsa.edu/resources/features/fivethings_directory.html
  42. 42. Searching Strategies  The Deep (Invisible) Web Information  Use Literacy directories/databases Technological Op e n D irectory P r oject Literacy I n ternet P u blic L ibrary & Critical Thinking L i brarians ’ I n ternet I n dex Skills T h e En vironment D irectory  Information Scavenger Hunt http://wiscountwiki.wikispaces.com
  43. 43. Internet Scavenger Hunt
  44. 44. Website Credibility Information Literacy  Train students to be Digital Investigator Technological Literacy Training Personal Smart Search for Digital R esources Responsibility Ev aluate Digital Materials Critical Thinking Use Digital Materials in an Ethical Skills Manner http://21cif.imsa.edu/resources/lapackage/dif_home.htm
  45. 45. Website Credibility http://21cif.imsa.edu/resources/lapackage/dif_home.htm
  46. 46. Website Credibility http://zapatopi.net/treeoctopus/sightings.html
  47. 47. Website Credibility http://www.darlington.k12.wi.us/lcm/credibility.htm
  48. 48. Social Bookmarking  Users save bookmarks to a publicly accessible web site Information Make your bookmarks available Literacy on any computer Technological Share your bookmarks with a Literacy group of colleagues and see their bookmarks Effective Use of Real-world Tools del.icio.us or digg http://newsletter.blizzardinternet.com/advantages-of-social-bookmarking-for-smbs-and-hospitality- businesses/2006/07/31/
  49. 49. Teaching Ethics to Students Different Scenarios Information Literacy Technological Literacy Personal Responsibility http://www.doug-johnson.com/ethics//
  50. 50. Cyber Safety Digital Citizenship Digital Security Digital Safety Information Literacy Personal Responsibility Interactive Communication http://pasdcybersafety.wikispaces.com/
  51. 51. Cyber Safety Digital Citizenship Digital Security Digital Safety Information Literacy Personal Responsibility Interactive Communication http://pasdcybersafety.wikispaces.com/
  52. 52. Projects
  53. 53. Creating News Technology Literacy Visual Literacy Prioritizing, Planning, & Managing for Results Problem-solving
  54. 54. Creating News Technology Literacy Visual Literacy Prioritizing, Planning, & Managing for Results Problem-solving
  55. 55. Packaging Design Technology Literacy Visual Literacy Effective Use of Real-World Tools Critical Thinking Skills
  56. 56. Packaging Design Technology Literacy Visual Literacy Effective Use of Real-World Tools Critical Thinking Skills
  57. 57. Packaging Design Technology Literacy Visual Literacy Effective Use of Real-World Tools Critical Thinking Skills
  58. 58. Packaging Design Technology Literacy Visual Literacy Effective Use of Real-World Tools Critical Thinking Skills
  59. 59. Voice Recognition • Ten Reasons why to Attend Hershey Technology Literacy Middle School – Students use Basic Literacy microphone Effective Use of headsets Real-World Tools – Create voice profile
  60. 60. Technology Literacy Digital Storytelling Visual Literacy VoiceThread Effective Use of Real-World Tools Creativity Interactive Communication Ability to Produce Relevant, High Quality Products http://www.voicethread.com
  61. 61. Digital Storytelling Technology Literacy MixBook Visual Literacy Effective Use of Real-World Tools Creativity Ability to Produce Relevant, High Quality Products http://www.mixbook.com
  62. 62. Digital Storytelling Technology Literacy Windows Movie Maker Visual Literacy Effective Use of Real-World Tools Creativity Ability to Produce Relevant, High Quality Products Microsoft Windows MovieMaker
  63. 63. MapFest Technology Literacy Visual Literacy Effective Use of Real-World Tools Creativity Ability to Produce Relevant, High Quality Products Problem-solving http://www.flashearth.com
  64. 64. FlashEarth http://www.flashearth.com
  65. 65. My Totem Pole Multicultural Literacy Global Awareness Technology Literacy Visual Literacy Effective Use of Real-World Tools Creativity
  66. 66. Excel Timeline & Quiz Technology Literacy Visual Literacy Effective Use of Real-World Tools Creativity
  67. 67. Excel Timeline & Quiz
  68. 68. Extreme Bedroom Technology Makeover Literacy Visual Literacy Effective Use of Real-World Tools Creativity Economic Literacy Problem-solving
  69. 69. Extreme Bedroom Makeover
  70. 70. Amusement Park Comparison Technology Literacy Visual Literacy Effective Use of Real-World Tools Creativity Economic Literacy Problem-solving
  71. 71. Amusement Park Comparison
  72. 72. Lemonade Stand Game Technology Literacy Visual Literacy Effective Use of Real-World Tools Creativity Economic Literacy
  73. 73. Lemonade Stand Game Technology Literacy Visual Literacy Effective Use of Real-World Tools Student’ s Creativity Reflection on Performance Economic Literacy
  74. 74. Lemonade Stand Game Technology Literacy Visual Literacy Effective Use of Real-World Tools Prioritizing, Planning, and Managing for Results Economic Literacy
  75. 75. Group Projects TEAM - Together Everyone Accomplishes More
  76. 76. Information Ring Around the Research Literacy Basic Literacy A - Reader Curiosity Higher Order of B - Paraphraser Thinking & Sound Reasoning C - Predictor Teaming & Collaboration Creativity
  77. 77. Google Earth Tours Information Literacy Technological Literacy Curiosity Teaming & Collaboration Global Awareness Problem-solving http://earth.google.com
  78. 78. Google Earth Tours Information Literacy Technological Literacy Curiosity Teaming & Collaboration Global Awareness Problem-solving http://earth.google.com
  79. 79. Google Docs & Groups  Word Processor Self-direction Adaptability & Managing  Presentations Complexity  Spreadsheets Economic Literacy  Use with Google Teaming & Collaboration Groups Scientific Literacy  Chat http://docs.google.com/ http://groups.google.com/
  80. 80. Online Tools & Applications
  81. 81. What is Web 2.0? “An emerging network-centric platform to support distributed, collaborative and cumulative creation by its users.” John Hagel, Business, Strategy, and Technology Speaker http://www.readwriteweb.com/archives/web_20_elevator.php • More social – more communication • More collaborative • Content created by users • Services can be built coordinating data and code from other services
  82. 82. My Discovery 8 Blog Basic Literacy Teaming & Collaboration Effective Use of Real-world Tools Interactive Communications http://hmsdiscovery.blogspot.com
  83. 83. My Computer 6 Blog Basic Literacy Teaming & Collaboration Effective Use of Real-world Tools Interactive Communications http://presidentus.blogspot.com
  84. 84. Wikis Basic Literacy Teaming & Collaboration Effective Use of Real-world Tools Interactive Communications http://wiscountwiki.wikispaces.com
  85. 85. Wikis Basic Literacy Teaming & Collaboration Effective Use of Real-world Tools Interactive Communications http://wiscountwiki.wikispaces.com/
  86. 86. Podcasts VozMe Basic Literacy Teaming & Collaboration Effective Use of Real-world Tools Interactive Communications http://www.vozme.com
  87. 87. Try Your Entrepreneurial Skills Hot Shot Business Technology Literacy Effective Use of Real-World Tools Economic Literacy Problem Solving h t t p : / / d i s n e y. g o . c o m / h o t s h o t / h s b 4 / n o l o g i n / h s b 4 _ b r o a d b a n d . h t ml?profile_play=%3cbusiness_type%3e
  88. 88. Lights! Camera! Action! Technology Literacy Animated Video Visual Literacy Effective Use of Real-World Tools Creativity Ability to Produce Relevant, High Quality Products h t t p : / / w w w. x t r a n o r m a l . c o m
  89. 89. Go Green Virtual Learning http://sustainability.publicradio.org/consumerconsequences/cons umerConsequences.html
  90. 90. Podcasts Basic Literacy Vocaroo Teaming & Collaboration Effective Use of Real-world Tools Interactive Communications http://www.vocaroo.com
  91. 91. Safe Ways to Personalize Voki – talking avatar Creativity Effective Use of Real-world Tools Visual Literacy http://www.voki.com
  92. 92. Safe Ways to Personalize Be Funky – “cartoonize” & sketch Creativity Effective Use of Real-world Tools Visual Literacy http://www.befunky.com
  93. 93. Skype Pine Grove Interpersonal Area Skills Middle School Effective Use of Fifth Real-world Tools Graders Hershey Interactive Middle School Communication Sixth Graders http://www.skype.com
  94. 94. Photo Editing Creativity Effective Use of Real-world Tools Visual Literacy http://www.picnik.com
  95. 95. Put Your Course Online Self-direction Effective Use of Real-world Tools Personal Responsibility http://open.edweb.us/ http://www.moodle.com http://www.schoology.com
  96. 96. Digital Writing Prompt Think about the word "determination". What do the words "you can do anything that you set your mind to do" mean to you? Basic Literacy Visual Literacy Ability to Produce Relevant, High-Quality Products Empathy http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cxqe77-Am3w&feature=related
  97. 97. Rice Experiment The POWER of Words..... Interpersonal Skills Interactive Communication Verbal Communication Empathy Thank You You Fool http://gabrielbur.info/index.php?key=masaru
  98. 98. Where to Start?
  99. 99. The Four C’s by Top US Executives  Communication Skills  Critical Thinking & Problem Solving  Collaboration/Team-building  Creativity & Innovation http://www.p21.org/documents/Critical%20Skills%20Survey%20Executive%20Summary.pdf – AMA Critical Skills Survey Executive Summary - 2010
  100. 100. 21 s t Century Skills Assessment  Learning.com assessment A r e y o u r s tudents r e ady f o r t h e 2 1 st c e ntury? A l igned t o t h e NETS ( National Ed ucational T e chnology S t andards)
  101. 101. Ultimate Goal Life-long Learner Success Self-sufficiency Progression & Self-improvement
  102. 102. Make a Difference “ T h e i l l i t e ra te o f t h e 2 1 s t c e n t u ry w i l l n o t be those who cannot read and write, but those who cannot l e a rn , u n l e a rn , a n d relearn.” Alvin Toffler American Writer & Futurist; former editor of Fortune Magazine
  103. 103. Contact Information mwiscount@gmail.com melanie_wiscount@pasd.us For electronic files from today’s session : www.melaniewiscount.com Click on Conferences page Or http://pasdtechtraining.wikispaces.com Click on Incorporating 21st Century Skills into the Curriculum page Check out my slideshow on SlideShare.com Technology…It’s All Around Us ~ username mwiscount Follow me on Twitter: @mwiscount
  104. 104. R e sources: References S i l d e 2 : “ Pay I t For wa r d – A s s i g nme nt t o S av e t h e Wor l d ” – v i d e o s eg m e n t f r om www. y ou t u b e .c om by us er Water yNeo Slide 4:“21st Century Skills for 21st Centur y Jobs” - A Repor t of the U.S . Depar tment of Commerce, U.S . Depar tment of Education, U.S . Depar tment of Labor, National Institute of Literacy, and the Small Business Administration, January 1999 S l i d e 5: h t t p : / / www. p21.org/ doc ument s/a ac te_p21_whi tep aper2010.pd f Sl ide 6: http://pis acountr y.acer.edu.au/ S l i d e 7 : h t t p : / / www. all4 e d. org/f i le s/In tl Comp _Fact Sh ee t .p df h t t p : / /www.mi ned u. fi /exp or t /si tes/ defau lt/ OPM/ Kou lut us/ ar t i kkeli t/p is a - t u t k i m u s /p is a2 00 3 /P is a _ av er age s 1 . pd f h t t p : / /www.ed uca ti onc oun ts . gov t. nz /d at a_coll ec ti ons /pi sa _res ea rch /p isa _2003 h t t p : / /www.ed uca ti onc oun ts . gov t. nz /d at a_coll ec ti ons /pi sa _res ea rch /p isa _2006 h t t p : / /www.ed uca ti onc oun ts . gov t. nz /d at a_coll ec ti ons /pi sa _res ea rch /p isa _2009 h ttp ://www.finfacts .com/ireland bu sin es snews/pu blish/ar ticle_1012003.shtml h t t p : / /n ces .ed. gov /p ub s2008/2008016.p df h t t p : / /www.mi ned u. fi /exp or t /si tes/ defau lt/ OPM/ Kou lut us/ ar t i kkeli t/p is a - tu tkim u s/p is a2006/l iitteet/PISA2006en.pd f S l i d e 8: 21 st C en t u r y K n owl ed g e & S ki l l s i n Ed u c a t or P r ep a r at ion by A A C TE & P 2, S ep t emb er 2010 - h ttp ://www.p 21.org/d ocu ments/aacte_p21_whitepaper2010.pd f
  105. 105. References Resources: S l i d e 38: h t t p : / /www. vid eova t. com/ searc h.a sp x?q= hoyt Slide 83: h t t p : / /d is n ey. go . co m / ho t s ho t /h s b 4/ no l og i n/ hs b 4 _ br o a db and .h tm l ? pr o f il e _ pl ay =% 3 c bus in es s _ t yp e% 3e
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  107. 107. W h e n T h e y ’ re N o t L o o k i n g … Throw in 2 1 s t C e n t u ry S k i l l s! For electronic files from today’s session : http://www.melaniewiscount.com Click on NMSA on Wilkes University page For middle school cyber safety curriculum, links, videos, & games: http://pasdcybersafety.wikispaces.com For Incorporating 21st Century Skills into your Curriculum Resources: http://pasdtechtraining.wikispaces.com Contact Information mwiscount@gmail.com melanie_wiscount@pasd.us

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