Technology for the 21st century teachers

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Technology for the 21st century teachers

  1. 1. TECHNOLOGY FOR THE 21ST CENTURY TEACHERS DAVE E. MARCIAL, PH.D. COORDINATOR, SILLIMAN ONLINE UNIVERSITY LEARNING
  2. 2. 21ST CENTURY STUDENT OUTCOMES AND SUPPORT SYSTEMS
  3. 3. 21ST CENTURY THEMES • Global awareness • Financial, economic, business and entrepreneurial literacy • Civic literacy • Health literacy • Environmental literacy Grunwald Associates LLC based on research by Eduventures, Inc., June 2010
  4. 4. FOUR CATEGORIES OF 21ST-CENTURY SKILLS • Citizenship, • Life and career, • Personal & social responsibility • Information and communications technology (ICT) • information literacy • Communication • Collaboration • Creativity, • Critical thinking, • Problem-solving, • Decision-making • Learning Ways of thinking Ways of working Skills for living in the world Tools for working
  5. 5. PUTTING CONCEPTS INTO PRACTICE Collaborative problem- solving Working together to solve a common challenge, which involves the contribution and exchange of ideas, knowledge or resources to achieve the goal. ICT literacy — learning in digital networks. Learning through digital means, such as social networking, ICT literacy, technological awareness & simulation.
  6. 6. "Learning to collaborate with others and connect through technology are essential skills in a knowledge- based economy." PUTTING CONCEPTS INTO PRACTICE
  7. 7. THE KNOWLEDGE CREATION APPROACH Teacher Work Aspects Curricular Goals Teacher Skills Curriculum and Assessment 21st Century Skills With this approach the curriculum goes beyond a focus on knowledge of school subjects to explicitly include the 21st century skills such as problem solving, communication, collaboration, and critical thinking. Students will also need to be able to determine their own learning goals and plans. Assessment is itself a part of this process; students must be able to assess the quality of their own and each others’ products. Teachers must know about complex cognitive thought processes, know how students learn, and understand the difficulties students encounter. They must have the skills required to support these complex processes. UNESCO ICT Competency Standards for Teachers
  8. 8. THE KNOWLEDGE CREATION APPROACH Teacher Work Aspects Curricular Goals Teacher Skills Technology Pervasive Technology. A variety of networked devices, digital resources, and electronic environments are used to create and support this community in its production of knowledge and anytime, anywhere collaborative learning. Teachers must be able to design ICT-based knowledge communities and use ICT to support the development of students’ knowledge creation skills and their continuous, reflective learning. UNESCO ICT Competency Standards for Teachers
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  30. 30. REMEMBER… ICTs change the way teachers teach and students learn. There is a call to shift from being a teacher-centered to learner- centered. Pedagogical use of ICT in education is coupled with many theoretical and learning perspectives.
  31. 31. CONCLUDING REMARKS There is no single approach that is effective to all. One should consider the available technologies. Effective integration of ICT in teaching and learning is not about the latest and most advanced technology.
  32. 32. CONCLUDING REMARKS Technology + Pedagogy + Content
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