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  • Essential Concepts and Skill Literacy - read, write, speak, listen, and think effectively – interdisciplinary -1. Literacy is Recursive – Individual Strands are not exclusive Mathematics – US scores low on international math tests. Students must be able to address technology-rich, info dense global society Science – Inquiry Based. Ask questions in such a way as to know how to pursue the answer. Science, Math and tech are interrelated. Social Studies – Develop informed and competent citizens. Integrate social sciences and humanities. (with science and math and tech) 21 st Century Skills – Bridge the knowledge, skills and dispositions from core academic areas to real life applications.
  • Civic Literacy – Same as Essential Concepts and skills for Social Studies Employability – personal characteristics to be productive, caring and competent citizens Financial Literacy – Basics of money management. Linked to emotional, personal, social, econ, employ success Health Literacy – Ability to make appropriate health decisions Tech Literacy – Skills to learn effectively and live productively
  • Bernajean Porter
  • Telannia Norfar – Algebra I – Oklahoma City
  • Vicki Davis and Julie Lindsay
  • Horizon Report 2009 and Don Tapscott – Grown Up Digital and Wikinomics post weekly questions to the Discussion forum and leave video messages to the students. Flat Classroom Project – Study Friedman’s Earth is Flat. Study the 10 Flatteners (11) and create videos Digiteen - will discuss issues, research and take action to do with being online in the 21st century. E-racism – use VoiceThread to debate “Differences make us stronger
  • 60 schools on 7 continents Send Stories and Music (Story Spine) Begin with iSight Video conferences – contact other schools to discuss the project Create music in Garageband and send story in Word (Christmas/Channukah) Each week submit 1 track of 30 seconds Drums, Bass, keyboard, sound of the season. Creative Choice
  • Use Media and technology to celebrate the best of humanity and empower youth to realize their own potential to effect positive change
  • Bob Sprankle 4 th grade in Maine
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    • 1. 21 st Century Learning: It’s Not About the Tools`
    • 2. 21st Century
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    • 6. 21 st Century Learning: It’s Not About the Tools`
    • 7. 21st Century = Age of Possibility
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    • 13. She Does…
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    • 16. Meet Haley!
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    • 20. You Must You Should You Will We Might We Could What If…
    • 21. Must Should Will
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    • 25. Must Should Will
    • 26. You Must You Should You Will We Might We Could What If…
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    • 29. We Might
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    • 33. Realebooks.com
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    • 38. Presentation by Angela Maiers www.AngelaMaiers.com 20th Century? 21st Century?
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      • What Are
      • Learners
      • Doing?
    • 40. If They Are
      • Collaborating
      • Creating
      • Critical Thinking
      • Contributing
      • Conversing
      • Connecting
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    • 43. 21 st Century Skills
    • 44. Content Areas
      • Literacy
      • Mathematics
      • Science
      • Social Studies
      • 21 st Century Skills
    • 45. 21 st Century Skills
      • Civic Literacy
      • Employability
      • Financial Literacy
      • Health Literacy
      • Technology Literacy
    • 46. Technology Literacy
      • Creative thinking and Innovation
      • Communication and Collaboration
      • Research and Information Fluency
      • Critical Thinking, Problem Solving and Decision Making
      • Digital Citizenship
      • Technology Operations & Concepts
    • 47. Question?
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      • We need to teach our kids for their futures . . .
      • . . . not our pasts.
      • Daniel Pink
    • 49. Looking for Possibilities Flicker.com/stephanie)
    • 50. Digital Storytelling
    • 51. Logic Inc.
    • 52. Flat Classroom Project
    • 53. Flat Classroom Project
      • Net Generation Education Project
      • Flat Classroom Project 2009-3
      • Digiteen
      • E-Racism
    • 54. Rock My World
    • 55. My Hero Project
    • 56. Room 208 Podcasting
    • 57.
      • Language Literacy
      • Visuwords:  http://www.visuwords.com/
      • Wordle:  http://www.wordle.net/
      • Kids Spell Spelling Games:  http://www.kidsspell.com/
      • http://www.languagegames.org/
      • New Media Literacy
      • Real eBooks:  http://www.realebooks.com/
      • WillowWeb Podcast:  http://www.mpsomaha.org/willow/Radio/
      • Visual Literacy
      • CogDog 50 Digital Storytelling:  http://cogdogroo.wikispaces.com/StoryTools
      • Artsonia http://www.artsonia.com/
      • Professional Development
      • Twitter
      • Diigo
      • Classroom 2.0
      My Resources