21st Century Educator

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  • Connected educators absorb knowledge from and interact with educators around the glove to better themselves and their classrooms.This resource offers:Step-by-step instructions on how to use technology toolsRelevant, real-life examples of educators using technology toolsComprehensive research on the connected learning community model
  • Connected learning is learning through relationships.A new culture emerges as teachers shift away from a paradigm of isolation and closed doors.Share a deep commitment to understanding ideas related to teaching and learning.A major shift in posture from expert to learner – open to and accepting of new ideas, which means they are willing to receive constructive criticism from colleagues serving as critical friends.Connected learners collaborate online, use social media to interact with colleagues around the glove engage in conversations and bring what they learn online back to their classrooms, schools, and districts.
  • Start the day off with a cup of coffee in the morning and reading through the morning tweets.A calculus teacher gets back to me with an answer to a question about a FRQ.I find a great article on the engagement of students in the math classroom, download the link, and save it to my “Pocket”I then check in with Feeddler to my RSS feeds to which I subscribe.In class that day, I will be implementing a strategy that I read about from a colleague.I then create a video for my students and post it on youtube.
  • #caedchat – how to build community in your classroom
  • Best of Social Media – weekly emailClassesBook clubcommunity
  • Our focus should always be on what we can do with the tool. Tools should be used to serve the learning.
  • Our focus should always be on what we can do with the tool. Tools should be used to serve the learning.
  • Our focus should always be on what we can do with the tool. Tools should be used to serve the learning.
  • Our focus should always be on what we can do with the tool. Tools should be used to serve the learning.
  • Our focus should always be on what we can do with the tool. Tools should be used to serve the learning.
  • Identify a need, passion, or interest.Learn all that you can about it Implement
  • Our focus should always be on what we can do with the tool. Tools should be used to serve the learning.
  • 21st Century Educator

    1. 1. SPEAKER WENDI KLAIBER Mathematics Teacher Oaks Christian High School wklaiber@oakschristian.or g www.wendiklaiber.com @wendik
    2. 2. BECOMING A 21ST CENTURY LEARNERCONNECTED EDUCATOR:LEARNING COMMUNITIES:TOOLS OF LEARNING:PROFESSIONAL LEARNING PLAN: -content-m
    3. 3. Connected Educator A JOURNEY INTO WHAT IT MEANS TO BE A LEARNER FIRST AND AN EDUCATOR SECOND. Pg. 4
    4. 4. Connected Educator The illiterates of the 21st century will be those who cannot learn, unlearn, and relearn. Toffler, 2011 Open-minded Self-Directed Shares & Contributes Co-learner,Engages in Co-creator, Co- Reflective inquiry leader
    5. 5. Connected Educator A DAY IN THE LIFE OF A CONNECTED EDUCATO Communities Social Media ImplementRSS Feeds Podcasts Reflect Share
    6. 6. BECOMING A 21ST CENTURY LEARNERCONNECTED EDUCATOR:LEARNING COMMUNITIES:TOOLS OF LEARNING:PROFESSIONAL LEARNING PLAN: -content-m
    7. 7. Learning CommunitiesThe more often educators are engaged with their peers in effective professional learning, the more likely they will learn and the more likely it is their practice will improve. ~Hayes, Mizell, 2007
    8. 8. TwitterWhy I value Twitter… Search for Information Reflective Practice Global and Local Perspectives Instant Feedback Professional Development
    9. 9. TwitterProfessional Development
    10. 10. TwitterInformation 100 Twitter Tips Student Engagement
    11. 11. Professional Learning Practice
    12. 12. Simple K12
    13. 13. AP Teacher Community
    14. 14. EdWeb.net
    15. 15. BECOMING A 21ST CENTURY LEARNERCONNECTED EDUCATOR:LEARNING COMMUNITIES:TOOLS OF LEARNING:PROFESSIONAL LEARNING PLAN: -content-m
    16. 16. Tools of Learning Technology is an enabler of learning… George Siemens, University of AthabascaWebinars iTunes U Podcasts Slide Share
    17. 17. Webinars
    18. 18. PodcastsiPhone App - Downcast
    19. 19. iTunes U
    20. 20. Slideshare
    21. 21. BECOMING A 21ST CENTURY LEARNERCONNECTED EDUCATOR:LEARNING COMMUNITIES:TOOLS OF LEARNING:PROFESSIONAL LEARNING PLAN: -content-m
    22. 22. Develop a Professional Learning Plan“Learning is the product of the activity of learners.” John Holt, 2011 Need Shar Learn e Appl y
    23. 23. BECOMING A 21ST CENTURY EDUCATORPASSIONCONNECTIONSLEARNING COMMUNITIES:APPLICATIONTOOLS OF LEARNING:PROFESSIONAL LEARNING PLAN: -content-m
    24. 24. PassionLeveragingtechnologyto pair thelearningactivity withthelearningcommunity. WWW.CYCLESOFLEARNING. COM
    25. 25. BECOMING A 21ST CENTURY EDUCATORPASSIONCONNECTIONSLEARNING COMMUNITIES:APPLICATIONTOOLS OF LEARNING:PROFESSIONAL LEARNING PLAN: -content-m
    26. 26. ConnectionsMy path of learning…Cycles ofLearning Social Media Conference OC Dream Team
    27. 27. BECOMING A 21ST CENTURY EDUCATORPASSIONCONNECTIONSIMPLEMENTATION
    28. 28. ImplementationMedia Making:Pairing videos withContent tutorials
    29. 29. Implementation - Website
    30. 30. Implementation – Youtube Channel
    31. 31. Implementation – Real Time Assessment
    32. 32. Implementation - Tinspire
    33. 33. Implementation – Virtual sessions
    34. 34. PURSUE YOUR PASSION Presentation URL Evaluation URLwww.wendiklaiber.co http://2013.cue.org/m

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