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  • 1. One to OneConnected Classrooms
    Pope John Paul In-service March, 2010
    Nancy Caramanico
  • 2. Rigor and RelevanceLearning Criteria – 21C Learners
  • 3. Youth use media to explore interests and friendships
    Students learn from their peers and learn in a self directed way
    Learning is largely social
    Adults have an important role to play
    Schools should facilitate participation
    Assessing is a challenge given skills diversity
    http://digitallearning.macfound.org/site/c.enJLKQNlFiG/b.2029199/
    MacArthur Report
  • 4. Trends
    Cloud Computing
    Online Learning
    Ebooks
    Mobile Technology
    Horizon Report
    http://digitalyouth.ischool.berkeley.edu/report
    Horizon Report
  • 5.
  • 6. Exposure to a variety of technology
    Hands on access
    Provide Resources
    Plan Future Learning
    Agenda
    One to One Access-Strategies and lesson ideas – Diana Laufenberg
    Breakout Sessions
    Digital Storytelling-Eileen Goldsmith
    Classroom Connections-Joe Konecki
    Web2.0 Classroom Applications: Robin Ellis, Annette Lee, Rob Moran
    Links to resources posted here:
    http://engagewithtech.wikispaces.com/Exploring+the+One+to+One+Classroom%2C+Feb+2010
    Goals Today
  • 7. Professional Development Opens the Door
    Teacher skills and information
    Transforming teacher role
    New expectations for all
    Current issues in education
    Implementing innovations
    Refining practice.
    Linda Darling Hammond, Teacher’s College, Columbia
    Transforming the Classroom
  • 8.  
    In 15 minutes a day, you can-
    Connect with a teacher
    Read a journal article
    Learn a new skill via Youtube or other resource
    Get new lesson ideas
    Listen to a TEDtalk
    Join a ning for teachers- Participate
    And Much, Much More
    Time Investment
    Between March and September 1 – Approximately 40 hours
    Yearly – 87.5 hours
    What Can You Learn in 15 Minutes
  • 9. Connect with others- Build a Personal Learning Network
    Blogs and RSS
    Social Networking
    Teachers Ninghttp://aopelemplp.ning.com/
    Social Bookmarking
    Journals
    Wiki www.engagewithtech.wikispaces.com
    Wiki Page for PJP workshop
    School Wiki – PLP
    Tedtalks for Teachers
    http://www.freetech4teachers.com/2009/12/10-ted-talks-for-teachers-to-watch.html
    15 Minutes Wiki http://keeping-up.wikispaces.com/
    Websites will be sent out daily on twitter by Nancy with online professional development resources that represent 15 minutes of learning
    Twitter Hashtag –Learning for Teachers -15 minute chunks - #PD21c
    Link: http://www.twitter.com/ncara
    Image http://www.flickr.com/photos/43905767@N00/68913172
    Resources