San Diego 21st Century Learning aug school district summer 2011


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  • page 23-budget is an issue with technology updates or upgrades--I have been on several forums lately that actually tells a different story. Technology isn't trusted.
    Teachers fear technology will replace them so they avoid it. Accountants felt the same way when accounting software was first released. It's normal to feel that way-but you signed up to mold young minds to educate.
    You need hosted solutions; ones that you simply select your features and open your file. Schedule event services for lessons.
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San Diego 21st Century Learning aug school district summer 2011

  1. 1. Presentation posted at Twitter hashtag: #sandiego11 Today’s Meet: Wallwisher:
  2. 2. 21st Century Tools to Teach, Learn and Collaborate Toni Theisen
  3. 3. Presentation posted at Twitter hashtag: #sandiego11 Today’s Meet: Wallwisher:
  4. 4. Essential Questions• How has learning changed?• How has teaching changed?
  5. 5. Personalized Questions• What do you want to get outof this training?• What do you want to do withwhat you learn during thistraining?• How are you going to do that?
  6. 6. Today’s learning goals• To understand the impact of21 st century learning• To analyze essential skills inof 21 st century learning•  To examine some new techtools
  7. 7. Poll #1: Students should be ableto use their cellphones in class.A.  Always with appropriate guidelines.B.  Sometimes if the lesson calls for it.C.  Never. Cell phones disrupt learning.
  8. 8. Poll #1: Teachers should be able to“friend” students on Facebook.A.  YesB.  NoC.  Not sure
  9. 9. Taking a new path is challenging
  10. 10. And not all are willing to dance, but…….
  11. 11. with support, respect and a gentle nudge, we all can move forward.
  12. 12. We are the last generation of educators who are able to choose to use tech.The next generation will not have a choice.
  14. 14. Source:CDW-G 2011 21ST-CENTURY CLASSROOM REPORT:
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  21. 21. Your thoughts on those statistics?
  22. 22. Bloom’s Taxonomy Higher •  Evaluation •  Synthesis •  Analysis •  Application •  Comprehension Lower •  Knowledge
  23. 23. Activities• What type of question is it?• Apply questioning techniques to content topic.• A little creativity and fun….
  24. 24. A Monumental Shift
  25. 25. 21st Century students want to create contentNot just consume it!
  26. 26. Partnership for 21st Century Skills
  27. 27. The Twelve 21st Century Skills •  Communication: Collaboration; Critical Thinking and Problem-Solving; Creativity and Innovation; Information Literacy; Media Literacy, Technology Literacy, Flexibility and Adaptability; Initiative and Self-Direction; Social and Cross-Cultural Skills; Productivity and Accountability; Leadership and Responsibility.
  28. 28.  Reach out to the disenfranchised. Show relevance to life outside school. Indoctrinate passion into the system. Try using the schoolwide enrichment model. Digital media is key. Tap into the wisdom of your trusted peers. (PLN) Become a digital citizen. Passion is infectious. Connect with parents.
  29. 29. Five reasons why teachers need to integrate technology into learning  
  30. 30. Five reasons why teachers need to integrate technology into learning •  Technology motivates learners and connects them to their passion. •  Learners want to create content, not consume it. •  Learners already use it. •  Technology authentically connects students to the world. •  Technology will be a part of any learner’s future: both personal and in the world of work..  
  31. 31. Five important guidelines for integrating technology into instructionACTFL.  
  32. 32. Five important guidelines for integratingtechnology into instruction•  Use technology when it truly enhances and impacts student learning.•  Integrate technology into a well-designed lesson or unit: aligned with standards, clear outcomes and purpose and supported with appropriate assessments.•  Put the tools in the learners’ hands.•  Make sure that the learners have a real audience-more than just the teacher.•  Always have a backup plan.
  33. 33. A good lesson is a good lesson!And a bad lesson is a bad lesson!
  34. 34. Vocaroo: h#p://    
  35. 35. Voicethread: h#p://    
  36. 36. Voicethread:
  37. 37. Google Voice: •  Call me: 1-970-430-6867 •  Tell one thing you have learned today and will use real soon. •
  38. 38. Voxopop Talk Discussion Group
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  40. 40. Voki Avatars for Education
  41. 41. Wordle
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  45. 45. GoAnimate4Education
  46. 46. Twitter #parlons
  47. 47. Wallwisher: h#p://  
  48. 48. Wallwisher: h#p://  
  49. 49. Google maps in other languagesis  prohibited  by  ACTFL.  
  50. 50. Tag Galaxy:
  51. 51. Polleverywhere h#p://  
  52. 52. Bubblr
  53. 53. •  Face in Hole: http://•  and Blabberize:•
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  55. 55. Make Believe Comix:
  56. 56. Glogster: Digital poster: • Add video • Add images • Add voice/sound
  57. 57. Dvolver:
  58. 58. Dvolver:
  59. 59. Storybird: h#p://    
  60. 60. Animoto:
  61. 61. Aminoto-La Liberté-Paul Eluard
  62. 62. Share PowerPoints: http://
  63. 63. Share files:
  64. 64. h#p://­‐858082@N25/  
  65. 65. A Monumental Shift
  66. 66. Toni Theisen