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21st Century Skills in PDHPE

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A presentation deck to support a lecture at University of Wollongong to 1st Year PDHPE Pre-Service Educators.

A presentation deck to support a lecture at University of Wollongong to 1st Year PDHPE Pre-Service Educators.

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  • 1. 21st Century Skills in PDHPE Making learning relevant and real A presentation for 1st Year Education students
  • 2. *Collaboration *Knowledge Construction *Self Regulation *Real World Problem Solving and Innovation *ICT for Learning *Skilful Communication
  • 3. Collaboration Do learners work in teams? Are they responsibility for achieving something together? Do they make big decisions as a team? Can they complete work without each other?
  • 4. Is it real to them? Does it make them think in new ways? Do they make connections between new things? Can they take knowledge and use it for new?! Knowledge Construction
  • 5. Is it a solid unit of work? Do they know what they will learn and what is good? Do they plan their own work? Is there a chance for feedback mid-way? Self Regulation
  • 6. Are they solving real issues? Do they ask questions to guide research and learning? Can they generate possibilities, design, and test solutions? Do they evaluate and take action on their solution? Real World Innovation and Problem Solving
  • 7. Do they use ICT? Can they learn without the ICT? Do they create products for authentic users? Do they develop digital citizenship and other 21C skills? ICT for Learning
  • 8. Do they have to use a variety of modes to communicate? Do they design communication for an audience? Is it multi-modal communication? Do they reflect for next time? Skilful Communication
  • 9. Pip Cleaves @pipcleaves Design | Learn | Empower http://dle.net.au pip@dle.net.au!