0
scw21@me.com
http://today.io/Rb26
The Smartest?
Reward?
2 Essential Questions
What is important to know
about CCS and 21st Century
Learning initiatives?
EQ #1
No Debate…
Can students transfer and
apply relevant 21st century
skills when a problem is
presented in a totally new
context?
Familiar with
CCSS & 21st
Century
Skills?
Reply at => www.vot.rs enter 50 51 32
http://vimeo.com/51933492
CCSS OVERVIEW – WHO IS
PLANNING TO IMPLEMENT?
Impact Players
• Executive Directors of: NASB,
PTA, AASA, NEA,…
• State Boards of Education
• Business CEO’s
• The College...
Development of CCS
 Joint initiative of:
 Supported by:
• Achieve
• ACT
• College Board
17
Common Core
“Common Core Standards define the knowledge and
skills students should have within their K-12
education career...
Debunking CCSS
Myth #1
Not the Curricula, but the Instructional Goals
Debunking CCSS
Myth #2
The floor not the ceiling.
ELA Anchor’s
http://www.corestandards.org/ELA-Literacy/CCRA
Standards within the Strand
http://www.corestandards.org/ELA-Literacy/CCRA/SL
Implementation
CC – Cliff Notes
1. Literacy at heart of learning in every subject area.
2. Life-Long learners develop a habit of inquiry....
http://cybraryman.com/commoncore.html - math teacher
perspective
http://swataramslibrary.wikispaces.com/CD+Common+Core
+...
What is important to know about
CCS and 21st Century Learning
initiatives?
• Think-pair-share
How can digital resources
improve the learning
environment?
EQ #2
Happen to you?
Merging
CCS & 4 C’s
with Tech
• Connect with People
and Resources (mine
and others)
• Community expands to
who & how you
c...
1.0 – read only – company info
2.0 – read/write, community
centered, blogs, wikis, chats.
3.0 - mobile, data management,
i...
To expand your PLN
Read
BE A LEARNER
FIRST AND AN
EDUCATOR
SECOND.
Pg. 4
Platforms & Browsers
Chrome –
loads faster
Firefox –
Quicker Java
Java on iPad?
- Puffin
Paradigm shift
Tool – hammer vs. project
Pencil Director?
Hackathon using iAuthor- Anthony DiLaura
Schools moving to paperless environment
Searches word cross platform, docs, pdf, pics, etc
Calendar and voice recognition.
Keeps all docs in sync across all devic...
E-Text
Market
Especially the rock stars!
Educate, Innovate, Explore
www.cue.org/sigs
www.iste.org/connect/special-interest-
groups
 21st Century Pirate Teacher Website -
http://21stcenturypirates.com
 Unleashing Google in your classroom
 https://site...
https://sites.google.com/site/21stcenturypirateteachers/home
http://www.schrockguide.net/
Guide to Everything. Some call her the first EdTech Teacher
http://www.ipads4teachin
g.net/presentation-
resources.html
www.ipadsammy.com
Daily Tweetpaper – news, videos, resources
News, videos, education resources
http://ed.ted
.com/
Geared
towards
Educators
Play lists & invoke
help from faculty.
Educators Guide:
http://www.teach
thought.com/tech
nology/youtube-
guide/
Vimeo, Ji...
Vimeo, Jing,
Camstudio,
For iPad – ScreenChomp and ShowMe
Zamzar and formatfactory.com translates video formats from one t...
http://www.ed
utopia.org/
What works in
Education –
George Lucas
Foundation
Professional social network for the
education community
Cost just under $100.
Advice on educational technology, social media and best practices + FREE WEB TOOLS!
Massive
Open
Online
Course
https://www.coursera.org/courses - Coursera
https://www.udacity.com/courses - Udacity
https://w...
FB, Skype, Face
time, Google
Hang Out, Other
50 M - 2010
140M – 2011
200M - 2012
400M - Today
Most popular micro blogging tool
 GLOBAL COMMUNITY – 140 characters to say what you
are doing. Sound crass? Not if action...
 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...
Connecting @ various times about a variety of
topics.
Small things add up. 1 drop forms a river, then a
flood.
Discovering
something
awesome and not
sharing is SELFISH!
 Share & learn.
Sharing is caring!
http://www.ning.com/what-is-ning/
Brain Impact, 3:1
positive:negative
emotions succeed.
Value of Failure –
80% time failing.
Avoid F word – FEAR
Invokes...
WizIQ MOODLE CANVAS
TTT: Things Take Time
•One Strategy at a Time
•Start Small
Stevewoods@mvcs.org
Q & A
Prize?
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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. 1. scw21@me.com http://today.io/Rb26
    2. 2. The Smartest?
    3. 3. Reward?
    4. 4. 2 Essential Questions
    5. 5. What is important to know about CCS and 21st Century Learning initiatives? EQ #1
    6. 6. No Debate…
    7. 7. Can students transfer and apply relevant 21st century skills when a problem is presented in a totally new context?
    8. 8. Familiar with CCSS & 21st Century Skills? Reply at => www.vot.rs enter 50 51 32
    9. 9. http://vimeo.com/51933492 CCSS OVERVIEW – WHO IS PLANNING TO IMPLEMENT?
    10. 10. Impact Players • Executive Directors of: NASB, PTA, AASA, NEA,… • State Boards of Education • Business CEO’s • The College Board • Bill & Melinda Gates, $$$
    11. 11. Development of CCS  Joint initiative of:  Supported by: • Achieve • ACT • College Board 17
    12. 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. 13. Debunking CCSS Myth #1 Not the Curricula, but the Instructional Goals
    14. 14. Debunking CCSS Myth #2 The floor not the ceiling.
    15. 15. ELA Anchor’s http://www.corestandards.org/ELA-Literacy/CCRA
    16. 16. Standards within the Strand http://www.corestandards.org/ELA-Literacy/CCRA/SL
    17. 17. Implementation
    18. 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. 19. http://cybraryman.com/commoncore.html - math teacher perspective http://swataramslibrary.wikispaces.com/CD+Common+Core +Information http://www.corestandards.org/
    20. 20. What is important to know about CCS and 21st Century Learning initiatives? • Think-pair-share
    21. 21. How can digital resources improve the learning environment? EQ #2
    22. 22. Happen to you?
    23. 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. 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. 25. To expand your PLN
    26. 26. Read BE A LEARNER FIRST AND AN EDUCATOR SECOND. Pg. 4
    27. 27. Platforms & Browsers
    28. 28. Chrome – loads faster Firefox – Quicker Java Java on iPad? - Puffin
    29. 29. Paradigm shift Tool – hammer vs. project Pencil Director?
    30. 30. Hackathon using iAuthor- Anthony DiLaura
    31. 31. Schools moving to paperless environment
    32. 32. Searches word cross platform, docs, pdf, pics, etc Calendar and voice recognition. Keeps all docs in sync across all devices
    33. 33. E-Text Market
    34. 34. Especially the rock stars!
    35. 35. Educate, Innovate, Explore
    36. 36. www.cue.org/sigs www.iste.org/connect/special-interest- groups
    37. 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. 38. https://sites.google.com/site/21stcenturypirateteachers/home
    39. 39. http://www.schrockguide.net/ Guide to Everything. Some call her the first EdTech Teacher
    40. 40. http://www.ipads4teachin g.net/presentation- resources.html
    41. 41. www.ipadsammy.com
    42. 42. Daily Tweetpaper – news, videos, resources
    43. 43. News, videos, education resources
    44. 44. http://ed.ted .com/ Geared towards Educators
    45. 45. Play lists & invoke help from faculty. Educators Guide: http://www.teach thought.com/tech nology/youtube- guide/ Vimeo, Jing, Cams tudio
    46. 46. Vimeo, Jing, Camstudio, For iPad – ScreenChomp and ShowMe Zamzar and formatfactory.com translates video formats from one to another
    47. 47. http://www.ed utopia.org/ What works in Education – George Lucas Foundation
    48. 48. Professional social network for the education community
    49. 49. Cost just under $100.
    50. 50. Advice on educational technology, social media and best practices + FREE WEB TOOLS!
    51. 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. 52. FB, Skype, Face time, Google Hang Out, Other
    53. 53. 50 M - 2010 140M – 2011 200M - 2012 400M - Today
    54. 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. 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. 56. Connecting @ various times about a variety of topics. Small things add up. 1 drop forms a river, then a flood.
    57. 57. Discovering something awesome and not sharing is SELFISH!  Share & learn. Sharing is caring!
    58. 58. http://www.ning.com/what-is-ning/
    59. 59. Brain Impact, 3:1 positive:negative emotions succeed. Value of Failure – 80% time failing. Avoid F word – FEAR Invokes Emotion MineCraft, Other
    60. 60. WizIQ MOODLE CANVAS
    61. 61. TTT: Things Take Time •One Strategy at a Time •Start Small
    62. 62. Stevewoods@mvcs.org Q & A Prize?
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