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Making your Vision 20/20

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Look toward the future in your classroom.

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Making your Vision 20/20

  1. 1. Computers coming home in 1982.....
  2. 2. ReThink. Kevin Kneisley kneisley@mac.com May 2008
  3. 3. ReThink. Make our Vision 20/20 Kevin Kneisley kneisley@mac.com May 2008
  4. 4. Today’s Challenge Creating a 21st century learning environment that engages students… …and prepares them for life and success in the 21st century.
  5. 5. The Teaching & Learning Disconnect 21st Century Learners 20th Century Teachers Prefer receiving information quickly Prefer slow and controlled release from multiple multimedia sources. of information from limited sources. Prefer multitasking. Prefer single or limited tasking. Prefer to provide text before pictures, Prefer processing pictures, sounds, and video before text. sounds, and video. Prefer to provide information linearly, logically, and Prefer random access to hyperlinked multimedia information. sequentially. Prefer students to work independently Prefer to interact/network simultaneously with many others. rather than network and interact. Prefer to learn “just-in-time.” Prefer to teach “just-in-case” (it’s on the exam). Prefer learning that is engaging, relevant, instantly useful, and fun. Prefer to teach to the curriculum guide and standardized tests. *Ian Jukes and Anita Dosaj, The InfoSavvy Group, February 2003
  6. 6. Century Shifts 20th Century Expectations 21st Century Reality and Requirements One or two jobs in a life-long career. Mastery of one academic, civic, or economic eld. A teaching model based on subject matter mastery. An assessment model based on standardized exams that test subject matter mastery. Consumers of content.
  7. 7. Century Shifts 20th Century Expectations 21st Century Reality and Requirements One or two jobs in a life-long career. 10-15 jobs, more than one career. Mastery of one academic, civic, or economic eld. Flexibility and adaptability. Information & communication skills, thinking & problem- A teaching model based on subject matter mastery. solving skills, interpersonal & self-directional skills. An assessment model based on standardized exams Authentic, structured, iterative demonstrations of student that test subject matter mastery. understandings. Consumers of content. Creators of content.
  8. 8. Century Shifts 20th Century Expectations 21st Century Reality and Requirements One or two jobs in a life-long career. 10-15 jobs, more than one career. Mastery of one academic, civic, or economic eld. Flexibility and adaptability. Information & communication skills, thinking & problem- A teaching model based on subject matter mastery. solving skills, interpersonal & self-directional skills. An assessment model based on standardized exams Authentic, structured, iterative demonstrations of student that test subject matter mastery. understandings. Consumers of content. Creators of content.
  9. 9. Century Shifts 20th Century Expectations 21st Century Reality and Requirements One or two jobs in a life-long career. 10-15 jobs, more than one career. Mastery of one academic, civic, or economic eld. Flexibility and adaptability. Information & communication skills, thinking & problem- A teaching model based on subject matter mastery. solving skills, interpersonal & self-directional skills. An assessment model based on standardized exams Authentic, structured, iterative demonstrations of student that test subject matter mastery. understandings. Consumers of content. Creators of content.
  10. 10. Century Shifts 20th Century Expectations 21st Century Reality and Requirements One or two jobs in a life-long career. 10-15 jobs, more than one career. Mastery of one academic, civic, or economic eld. Flexibility and adaptability. Information & communication skills, thinking & problem- A teaching model based on subject matter mastery. solving skills, interpersonal & self-directional skills. An assessment model based on standardized exams Authentic, structured, iterative demonstrations of student that test subject matter mastery. understandings. Consumers of content. Creators of content.
  11. 11. Century Shifts 20th Century Expectations 21st Century Reality and Requirements One or two jobs in a life-long career. 10-15 jobs, more than one career. Mastery of one academic, civic, or economic eld. Flexibility and adaptability. Information & communication skills, thinking & problem- A teaching model based on subject matter mastery. solving skills, interpersonal & self-directional skills. An assessment model based on standardized exams Authentic, structured, iterative demonstrations of student that test subject matter mastery. understandings. Consumers of content. Creators of content.
  12. 12. Then phones tivo pda movies :* web movies ps3 & xbox instant messaging bluetooth blackberry :P records fax books email mtv pda games :) cable tv car dvd tv cnn pagers video conf. cd/dvd vhs magazines tm SMS Web 2.0 2nd Life pen & paper satellite tv iPod satellite radio wifi computers cassette MySpace wii smart phones iPhone VoIP
  13. 13. Now phones tivo pda movies :* web movies ps3 & xbox instant messaging bluetooth blackberry :P records fax books email mtv pda games :) cable tv car dvd tv cnn pagers video conf. cd/dvd vhs magazines tm SMS Web 2.0 2nd Life pen & paper satellite tv iPod satellite radio wifi computers cassette MySpace wii smart phones iPhone VoIP
  14. 14. Who Are These Students?
  15. 15. Who Are These Students? Generation Y Millennials Echo Boomers Thumb Generation
  16. 16. The 21st Century Student Creative - Mobile - Multitasking - Collaborative - Productive
  17. 17. They are digital creators as well as consumers...
  18. 18. They are digital creators as well as consumers... Digital Tools They Use...
  19. 19. They are digital creators as well as consumers... Digital Tools They Use... Digital Applications They Know...
  20. 20. They are digital creators as well as consumers... Digital Tools They Use... Digital Applications They Know... Digital Distribution Methods They Prefer...
  21. 21. They are digital creators as well as consumers... Digital Tools They Use... Digital Applications They Know... Digital Distribution Methods They Prefer...
  22. 22. Learn By
  23. 23. Learn By music
  24. 24. Learn By social comedy radio news technology podcast rock talk humor internet politics entertainment indie movies npr media alternative travel electronic history commentary art computers interviews kcrw sports funny german public radio art mac books life food latin fun football family buddhism reviews music independent culture pop education mp3 lm linux blog love animals english chemistry kids christianity tech baseball photography cinema dj debates software travel geek electronica folk live guitar show canada games electro stories dance commentaries rap voice memos soul interview basketball business recording marketing rants blues science liberal
  25. 25. Learn By social comedy radio news technology podcast rock talk humor internet politics entertainment indie movies npr media alternative travel electronic history commentary art computers interviews kcrw sports funny german public radio art mac books life food latin fun football family buddhism reviews music independent culture pop education mp3 lm linux blog love animals english chemistry kids christianity tech baseball photography cinema dj debates software travel geek electronica folk live guitar show canada games electro stories dance commentaries rap voice memos soul interview basketball business recording marketing rants blues science liberal
  26. 26. Learn By & Watching... social comedy radio news technology podcast rock talk humor internet politics entertainment indie movies npr media alternative travel electronic history commentary art computers interviews kcrw sports funny german public radio art mac books life food latin fun football family buddhism reviews music independent culture pop education mp3 lm linux blog love animals english chemistry kids christianity tech baseball photography cinema dj debates software travel geek electronica folk live guitar show canada games electro stories dance commentaries rap voice memos soul interview basketball business recording marketing rants blues science liberal
  27. 27. Learn By & Watching... social comedy radio news technology podcast rock talk humor internet politics entertainment indie movies npr media alternative travel electronic history commentary art computers interviews kcrw sports funny german public radio art mac books life food latin fun football family buddhism reviews music independent culture pop education mp3 lm linux blog love animals english chemistry kids christianity tech baseball photography cinema dj debates software travel geek electronica folk live guitar show canada games electro stories dance commentaries rap voice memos soul interview basketball business recording marketing rants blues science liberal
  28. 28. Understanding Digital Kids (DKs) Teaching & Learning in the New Digital Landscape By Ian Jukes, The InfoSavvy Group - May 2005
  29. 29. Books Internet Simulations Blogs Podcasting Digital Creations Understanding Digital Kids (DKs) Teaching & Learning in the New Digital Landscape By Ian Jukes, The InfoSavvy Group - May 2005
  30. 30. Katrina: Road To Recovery Confessions of a Hurricane Victim
  31. 31. Casting Crowns Beach Street/Reunion Records Album: Lifesong 2005 Katrina: Road To Recovery Praise You in the Storm
  32. 32. CJI-Inside- Out A Quick Look
  33. 33. “The world around us isn't waiting for us to make gradual transitions. It's making revolutionary, not evolutionary, transitions every 5 to 10 years. I don't think the "get a few teachers on board this year, another few next year, another few next year" model isn't up to the challenge.” Author Unknown
  34. 34. a challenge to you:
  35. 35. ReThink.
  36. 36. Make your vision 2020
  37. 37. ReThink. Kevin Kneisley kneisley@mac.com May 2008
  38. 38. ReThink. Make our Vision 20/20 Kevin Kneisley kneisley@mac.com May 2008

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