ISTE Standards for Teachers
Standard 1: Facilitate and Inspire     Student Learning & CreativityUse knowledge of curriculum, pedagogy &  technology to...
The TPCK framework and its knowledge components (Koehler &Mishra, 2008)
Teachers:• Promote, support & model creative and  innovative thinking & inventiveness• Engage students in exploring real-w...
• Promote student reflection using collaborative  tools to reveal and clarify students’ conceptual  understanding & thinki...
Standard 2: Design & Develop Digital-     Age Learning Experiences &            AssessmentsTeachers design, develop & eval...
Teachers:• Design or adapt relevant learning that  incorporate digital tools & resources to promote  learning & creativity...
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• Customize and personalize  learning activities to address  students diverse learning  styles, working strategies and  ab...
Blooms Revised
NEED     SOLUTION   WEB TOOL       PARTNERS OR TRIADS
Designing Learning                                            21st Century20th CenturyA. Couros PhD, University of Regina
www.osapac.org•   Grolier Online•   Learn 360•   Bitstrips•   Smart Ideas•   Comic Lifehttp://virtuallylearning.wikispaces...
Knowledge Ontario
Literacy in a Digital WorldAbility to:         Find              Information sharing         Access            Collabo...
“The illiterate of the future are not those that  cannot read or write. They are those that can  not learn, unlearn, relea...
Deb KitchenerCurriculum Consultant YRDSB/Program Manager  Learning Connections/ABEL        www.learningconnections.on.caTw...
Social Media for Teaching & Learning
Social Media for Teaching & Learning
Social Media for Teaching & Learning
Social Media for Teaching & Learning
Social Media for Teaching & Learning
Social Media for Teaching & Learning
Social Media for Teaching & Learning
Social Media for Teaching & Learning
Social Media for Teaching & Learning
Social Media for Teaching & Learning
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  • http://xkcd.com/741/
  • We are living in exponential timesHow many of these tools do you recognize? And how do we design professional learning effectively and efficiently.Do the exercise of matching – what the tool does and the related learning opportunitiesAsk people to share what has worked well for them
  • Social Media for Teaching & Learning

    1. 1. ISTE Standards for Teachers
    2. 2. Standard 1: Facilitate and Inspire Student Learning & CreativityUse knowledge of curriculum, pedagogy & technology to facilitate experiences that advance student learning, creativity & innovationFace 2 Face & Virtual
    3. 3. The TPCK framework and its knowledge components (Koehler &Mishra, 2008)
    4. 4. Teachers:• Promote, support & model creative and innovative thinking & inventiveness• Engage students in exploring real-world issues and authentic problem solving using digital tools & resources
    5. 5. • Promote student reflection using collaborative tools to reveal and clarify students’ conceptual understanding & thinking, planning & creative processes• Model collaborative knowledge construction by engaging in learning with students, colleagues and others in f2f & virtual environments
    6. 6. Standard 2: Design & Develop Digital- Age Learning Experiences & AssessmentsTeachers design, develop & evaluate authentic learning experiences & assessments incorporating contemporary tools & resources.Maximize content learning in context & develop knowledge, skills & attitudes identified in NETSS
    7. 7. Teachers:• Design or adapt relevant learning that incorporate digital tools & resources to promote learning & creativity Pam Crawford• Develop technology rich environments that enable students to pursue personal curiosities and become participants in setting their own educational goals, manage their learning and assess their progress Jon Lewis
    8. 8. Jon
    9. 9. • Customize and personalize learning activities to address students diverse learning styles, working strategies and abilities• Provide students with multiple and varied formative and summative assessments aligned with curriculum and use resulting data to inform teaching & learning
    10. 10. Blooms Revised
    11. 11. NEED SOLUTION WEB TOOL PARTNERS OR TRIADS
    12. 12. Designing Learning 21st Century20th CenturyA. Couros PhD, University of Regina
    13. 13. www.osapac.org• Grolier Online• Learn 360• Bitstrips• Smart Ideas• Comic Lifehttp://virtuallylearning.wikispaces.com/Informa tion+Literacy
    14. 14. Knowledge Ontario
    15. 15. Literacy in a Digital WorldAbility to:  Find Information sharing  Access Collaborative learning  Analyze communities  Synthesize Ideas and Innovation  Evaluate Knowledge building  Communicate Mass participation  Collaborate Creativity
    16. 16. “The illiterate of the future are not those that cannot read or write. They are those that can not learn, unlearn, relearn” Rethinking the Future, Alvin Toffler
    17. 17. Deb KitchenerCurriculum Consultant YRDSB/Program Manager Learning Connections/ABEL www.learningconnections.on.caTwitter: @kitchenerdWiki: http://virtuallylearning.wikispaces.com/Blog: http://dkitchener.wordpress.com/Flickr:http://www.flickr.com/photos/kitchenerd/

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