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Learning in the 21st century presentation


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Learning in the 21st century presentation

  1. 1. 21stCenturyLearning in D67
  2. 2. Voice of Todays Learner
  3. 3. Use of NEOs, Netbooks,and Laptops • Keyboarding Practice • Math Fact Fluency • 2 Know! Toolbar • Writing • Internet Research • Center Activities • Web 2.0 Tools
  4. 4. Laptops
  5. 5. Use of iPads in Grades 3-4• iMovie Projects• QR Codes• Screencasts• Science• Art• Music• Wellness
  6. 6. Common Core....The Future
  7. 7. 3rd Grade English/Language ArtsStandards• Use text features and search tools (e.g., key words, sidebars, hyperlinks) to locate information relevant to a given topic efficiently.• Create engaging audio recordings of stories or poems that demonstrate fluid reading at an understandable pace; add visual displays when appropriate to emphasize or enhance certain facts or details. Example using technology to meet this standard:
  8. 8. 4th Grade Literacy StandardWith some guidance and support from adults, usetechnology, including the Internet, to produce andpublish writing as well as to interact and collaboratewith others; demonstrate sufficient command ofkeyboarding skills to type a minimum of one page in asingle sitting.
  9. 9. How can I help my child?• Ask Questions: "Did you use your NEOs today?" "What are you doing when you go to the computer lab?"• Limit Screen Time: Set limits for what your child does online. Maybe you wish to limit/disable the web feature for your childs iPod Touch, iPad, etc.• Put the "tech" in full view: At 3rd and 4th grade you should always know when your child is online. If there is a computer in their bedroom, it is more difficult to monitor their online activities.• Create online family time: Skype the cousins, create a family vacation blog, post pictures for family members to see on a photo sharing site -- all are great ways to teach your child online skills and boundaries• Consult with the school: Your childs teacher is your first/best resources, but there are many staff members who can provide additional information
  10. 10. How can I help my child?