21st Century Journey Slideshare

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21st Century Journey Slideshare

  1. 1. Chronicling the Journey of St. Clair County RESA
  2. 2. Creating a Vision of Learning
  3. 3. Come along on the journey… • Starts with an invitation to the Technology Think Tank • Ends with invitation to join with us in creating a vision for 21st Century Learning
  4. 4. Educational Technology + Information Technology +Ed Services + Special Ed + CTE Terry Harrington, Mike Maison, Sue Rutkofske Dennis Buckmaster, Kevin Cuthbertson, Cliff DuPuy, Virginia Ramsey Jim Cowden, Kristin Day, Kit Hard, Monica Hartman, Joanne Hopper, Kris Murphy, Val Turpin, Vickie Les, Jeff Beal, Pete Spencer Cheryl Borowski Jim Licht, John Wunch, Pat Yanik
  5. 5. Where we began… Where do we begin together? Awareness • Think • Math • Did You Tank • Literacy Know? Summer Action Plan 2007
  6. 6. We continued together… Learning • Digital • K-12 Storytelling • Blogging Blueprint • Google docs • Protopage • Blackboard Learners Doing What do our learners need?
  7. 7. We challenged each other to learn Learning • Gizmos • Dylon’s • Kurzweil Story • Geometer’s Sketch Pad • CAST Learners Doing What if we had not acted?
  8. 8. We started reaching out… Learning • Capturing • Planning the • Governor’s our own Possibilities Education Summit Summit Learners Doing How can we expand the vision?
  9. 9. st 21 Century Learning Symposium Keynotes August 13, 2008 Yong Zhao, MSU Alan November, November Learning Breakout Sessions Universities – MSU, CMU, SVSU Organizations – MDE, Google Students and Teachers
  10. 10. Three words that define our times: Abundance Obsolescence Exponential Information has become dynamic, growing and becoming obsolete ….exponentially.
  11. 11. Effectively leading change requires sharpening the contrast between the old and the new. Interdependence Independence
  12. 12. Who are the adopters of change?
  13. 13. What is our role in change? “A person who is entitled to lead should be responsible for leading.” Sergiovanni, 2007 Rethinking Leadership
  14. 14. We have learned… It is more than technology; it is abundance of resources. We can’t afford to wait until it gets simpler, more convenient, more accessible. Students already know how to use technology to learn, to communicate, to live their lives. In some cases, the student will be the teacher and the teacher will be the student.
  15. 15. We have learned… In a global society, we can no longer afford to provide information from one textbook, one genre, one point of view, limited by space, time and geography. The journey is challenging, but our students are worth it. If we work together, we can do it.
  16. 16. We have learned… It’s a new dawn. It’s a new day. It’s a new life for all of us. Nina Simone
  17. 17. Join me in shaping the vision What is our vision for the future of education in St. Clair County? What kind of learning environments will we create together?
  18. 18. What will students do? What will teachers do?
  19. 19. What will students do? What will teachers do?
  20. 20. Now it’s your turn… Before you leave for the next session, please think about YOUR own vision for educational change. Write a few words that capture your vision. Contribute to the vision by posting your ideas on our Vision board.
  21. 21. Now it’s your turn… As you leave for your next session, please contribute to the vision by posting your ideas on our Vision board. Thank you, and have a great conference.

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