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  • Smartest person in the room is the room
  • Quote from Panel of Scholars Define '21st-Century Skills'Top scholars say students need mix of abilitiesBy Sarah D. Sparks July 17th – Education Week Spotlight
  • How are we going to establish and communicate?
  • There are naysayers, but the momentum is behind CCSS
  • Every feel like you know how all this is going to end up? Like going against Batman and Robin, they always win in the end. Is CC a bad thing? What some leading experts are saying.
  • National Governors Association Center for Best Practices, Council of Chief State School Officers
  • This visual was created in house under State Consulting Services (for a LPA published newsletter) – CC is the framework/blueprint, but you can fix the rooms how you like. See ASCD notes.
  • Here are more key elements
  • Talk about issues that teachers will encounter using the new paradigm.
  • 1. 0 – read only – company info, website.2.0 – read/write, community centered, blogs, wikis, chats, mashup.3.0 - mobile, data management, individualized4.0 – symbiosis, interaction between humans and machines, thinking for you *** Put these in notes at bottom of previous slide or in slide following
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    • 1. scw21@me.com http://today.io/Rb26
    • 2. The Smartest?
    • 3. Reward?
    • 4. 2 Essential Questions
    • 5. What is important to know about CCS and 21st Century Learning initiatives? EQ #1
    • 6. No Debate…
    • 7. Can students transfer and apply relevant 21st century skills when a problem is presented in a totally new context?
    • 8. Familiar with CCSS & 21st Century Skills? Reply at => www.vot.rs enter 50 51 32
    • 9. http://vimeo.com/51933492 CCSS OVERVIEW – WHO IS PLANNING TO IMPLEMENT?
    • 10. Impact Players • Executive Directors of: NASB, PTA, AASA, NEA,… • State Boards of Education • Business CEO’s • The College Board • Bill & Melinda Gates, $$$
    • 11. Development of CCS  Joint initiative of:  Supported by: • Achieve • ACT • College Board 17
    • 12. Common Core “Common Core Standards define the knowledge and skills students should have within their K-12 education careers so that they will graduate high school able to succeed in entry-level, credit-bearing academic college courses and in workforce training programs.” (NGA & CCSSO, 2010) 19http://www.corestandards.org/
    • 13. Debunking CCSS Myth #1 Not the Curricula, but the Instructional Goals
    • 14. Debunking CCSS Myth #2 The floor not the ceiling.
    • 15. ELA Anchor’s http://www.corestandards.org/ELA-Literacy/CCRA
    • 16. Standards within the Strand http://www.corestandards.org/ELA-Literacy/CCRA/SL
    • 17. Implementation
    • 18. CC – Cliff Notes 1. Literacy at heart of learning in every subject area. 2. Life-Long learners develop a habit of inquiry. 3. Assessing progress is part of learning. 4. Learning includes turning information into knowledge using multiple media. 5. Learning occurs in a global context. 25
    • 19. http://cybraryman.com/commoncore.html - math teacher perspective http://swataramslibrary.wikispaces.com/CD+Common+Core +Information http://www.corestandards.org/
    • 20. What is important to know about CCS and 21st Century Learning initiatives? • Think-pair-share
    • 21. How can digital resources improve the learning environment? EQ #2
    • 22. Happen to you?
    • 23. Merging CCS & 4 C’s with Tech • Connect with People and Resources (mine and others) • Community expands to who & how you converse – translate language – • Content – open door • Context has changed
    • 24. 1.0 – read only – company info 2.0 – read/write, community centered, blogs, wikis, chats. 3.0 - mobile, data management, individualized 4.0 – symbiosis, interaction between humans and machines, thinking for you
    • 25. To expand your PLN
    • 26. Read BE A LEARNER FIRST AND AN EDUCATOR SECOND. Pg. 4
    • 27. Platforms & Browsers
    • 28. Chrome – loads faster Firefox – Quicker Java Java on iPad? - Puffin
    • 29. Paradigm shift Tool – hammer vs. project Pencil Director?
    • 30. Hackathon using iAuthor- Anthony DiLaura
    • 31. Schools moving to paperless environment
    • 32. Searches word cross platform, docs, pdf, pics, etc Calendar and voice recognition. Keeps all docs in sync across all devices
    • 33. E-Text Market
    • 34. Especially the rock stars!
    • 35. Educate, Innovate, Explore
    • 36. www.cue.org/sigs www.iste.org/connect/special-interest- groups
    • 37.  21st Century Pirate Teacher Website - http://21stcenturypirates.com  Unleashing Google in your classroom  https://sites.google.com/site/21stcenturypirateteache rs/unleash-google-docs-in-your-classroom-student-use
    • 38. https://sites.google.com/site/21stcenturypirateteachers/home
    • 39. http://www.schrockguide.net/ Guide to Everything. Some call her the first EdTech Teacher
    • 40. http://www.ipads4teachin g.net/presentation- resources.html
    • 41. www.ipadsammy.com
    • 42. Daily Tweetpaper – news, videos, resources
    • 43. News, videos, education resources
    • 44. http://ed.ted .com/ Geared towards Educators
    • 45. Play lists & invoke help from faculty. Educators Guide: http://www.teach thought.com/tech nology/youtube- guide/ Vimeo, Jing, Cams tudio
    • 46. Vimeo, Jing, Camstudio, For iPad – ScreenChomp and ShowMe Zamzar and formatfactory.com translates video formats from one to another
    • 47. http://www.ed utopia.org/ What works in Education – George Lucas Foundation
    • 48. Professional social network for the education community
    • 49. Cost just under $100.
    • 50. Advice on educational technology, social media and best practices + FREE WEB TOOLS!
    • 51. Massive Open Online Course https://www.coursera.org/courses - Coursera https://www.udacity.com/courses - Udacity https://www.edx.org/ - edX http://moocnewsandreviews.com/mooc-around-the- world-our-global-list-open-online-classes-part-3/ http://www.mooc-list.com/ http://www.technoduet.com/a-comprehensive-list-of- mooc-massive-open-online-courses-providers/ http://www.class-central.com/ http://www.educause.edu/library/massive-open-online- course-mooc
    • 52. FB, Skype, Face time, Google Hang Out, Other
    • 53. 50 M - 2010 140M – 2011 200M - 2012 400M - Today
    • 54. Most popular micro blogging tool  GLOBAL COMMUNITY – 140 characters to say what you are doing. Sound crass? Not if actions or thought interest you or others. Especially research & ed.  INSTANTANEOUS – immediate share, dialogue or discovery.  SELECTIVE – using hash tags, you can filter you want and don’t. Backchannels are now used at most major events and conferences.
    • 55.  Do a short lesson (140 characters or so) on what Twitter is and how to use it responsibly (and how not to use it)  Make sure all students have a Twitter account to participate with (it can be their personal one or one created just for class)  Then decide as a class or by yourself a theme to start chats around  Create a hashtag (#?) appropriate to your class that is unique and won’t be visited by many outsiders  Find an engaging article to share with students – make sure it isn’t too long at first  Create an open-ended question that will both provoke thought and honesty  Then set the kids loose on the hashtag  Read what they write and participate in the conversation too -set specific parameters that you can monitor for accountability purposes  Teach them to proofread as they go  Marvel at the quiet sounds in your classroom despite how much “talking” is really going on. Tips for Using Twitter in the classroom http://starrsackstein.com/c ategory/twitterlearning/
    • 56. Connecting @ various times about a variety of topics. Small things add up. 1 drop forms a river, then a flood.
    • 57. Discovering something awesome and not sharing is SELFISH!  Share & learn. Sharing is caring!
    • 58. http://www.ning.com/what-is-ning/
    • 59. Brain Impact, 3:1 positive:negative emotions succeed. Value of Failure – 80% time failing. Avoid F word – FEAR Invokes Emotion MineCraft, Other
    • 60. WizIQ MOODLE CANVAS
    • 61. TTT: Things Take Time •One Strategy at a Time •Start Small
    • 62. Stevewoods@mvcs.org Q & A Prize?

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