Assessing 21C Skills -Laura GreensteinChapter 7 - Living in the WorldOverview by R. Redekopp
Civics and Citizenship• Understanding functions of democracy• Compare to other systems• Engage in the democratic process• ...
Civics and Citizenship• Peer review of civics presentations (Fig7.1)o does it measure civics skills or presentationskills?...
Global Understanding• Familiar with global events and issues• Works well with diversity• Knows about global connectedness•...
Global Understanding• Familiar with global events and issueso which ones?o easier with social media? Ethan ZuckermansTED t...
Leadership and Responsibility• Not just for leaders• Contributes to the greater good• Set priorities and goals• Uses inter...
Leadership and Responsibility• Fig 7.7 Leadership Logo which of these are personal and which aregroup?• Fig 7.8 Rubrico ho...
College and Career Readiness• Develops plan for personal andprofessional growth• Models long and short term plans• Takes r...
College and Career Readiness• How do we make this meaningful inschools?o Fig 7.10 Success plan checklist• Fig 7. 11 Work e...
College and Career Readiness• How do we make this meaningful inschools?o Fig 7.10 Success plan checklist• Fig 7. 11 Work e...
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Assessing C21 skills ch 7

  1. 1. Assessing 21C Skills -Laura GreensteinChapter 7 - Living in the WorldOverview by R. Redekopp
  2. 2. Civics and Citizenship• Understanding functions of democracy• Compare to other systems• Engage in the democratic process• Justice, equality and personalresponsibility• Global implications of local decisionso eg. TEDx talk on Fair Trade Cell Phones• Contribute to the well-being of others
  3. 3. Civics and Citizenship• Peer review of civics presentations (Fig7.1)o does it measure civics skills or presentationskills?• Civics rubric (Fig 7.2)o will a self-assessment be better than ateacher assessment?
  4. 4. Global Understanding• Familiar with global events and issues• Works well with diversity• Knows about global connectedness• Awareness of and respect for culturaldifferences• Knows more than 1 language• Perceives bias, racism, prejudice• Contributes to a global society
  5. 5. Global Understanding• Familiar with global events and issueso which ones?o easier with social media? Ethan ZuckermansTED talk• Fig 7.5 Rubric for Global Knowledgeo Whats there, whats missing?
  6. 6. Leadership and Responsibility• Not just for leaders• Contributes to the greater good• Set priorities and goals• Uses interpersonal skills toward acommon goal• Acknowledges role in success of failure• Negotiates to seek acceptable outcomes• Plans strategically and purposefully
  7. 7. Leadership and Responsibility• Fig 7.7 Leadership Logo which of these are personal and which aregroup?• Fig 7.8 Rubrico how would you grade Steve Jobs, Bill Gates,Michelangelo
  8. 8. College and Career Readiness• Develops plan for personal andprofessional growth• Models long and short term plans• Takes responsibility• Adapts to school, work and life• Develops mastery and ongoing learning• Contributes to productivity• Commits to continuous growth
  9. 9. College and Career Readiness• How do we make this meaningful inschools?o Fig 7.10 Success plan checklist• Fig 7. 11 Work ethic rubrico try this as self-assessment for current coursework!o Are these the criteria for you?• What did you need to make thetransition?
  10. 10. College and Career Readiness• How do we make this meaningful inschools?o Fig 7.10 Success plan checklist• Fig 7. 11 Work ethic rubrico try this as self-assessment for current coursework!o Are these the criteria for you?• What did you need to make thetransition?

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