Shifting To 21st Century Learning


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  • Specialist- Coach- Facilitator-
  • when we make our learning transparent, we become teachers
  • Why do we need to shift? If everything is going well, then there is no reason to change
  • Excellence in AcademicsConnection & Authentic Experiences with IsraelSocial & Service LearningLiteracies
  • Building trust, support, acknowledgement and support with each other. Creating dialogue and discussion
  • Accountability infers rulesResponsibility infers caring
  • Start with the end in mind
  • responsibility of being a voiceaccept responsibility for making change happen in all their areas of influence
  • ResponsibilityOf participatingteaching HOW to participate to students and parents?
  • Shifting To 21st Century Learning

    1. Shifting to 21stCentury Learning
    2. Shift design Design skill Fit implementation
    3. Shift design skill implementation
    4. Has learning changed?
    5. Technology merely a ToolforLearning
    6. Priorities? Priorities?
    7. See Shift as process rather than a program
    8. Shift towards an independent self directed learning community
    9. Revised Bloom’s Taxonomy for the Create 21st Century Evaluate Analyze Apply Understand Remember
    10. cooperation to collaboration
    11. Accountability Responsibility
    12. Based on a quote from Steven Kimmi
    13. Give a man a fish; you have fed him for today. Teach a man to fish; and you have fed him for a lifetime
    14. design Design skill implementation
    15. begin with the end in mind
    16. What is YOUR Passion?
    17. Ownership
    18. Responsibility
    19. Participating
    20. Communicate Connect Collaborate Create
    21. Communicate Connect Collaborate Create
    22. Communicate Connect Collaborate Create
    23. Communicate Connect Collaborate Create
    24. When we make our learning transparent, we become teachers… Quote by George Siemens Quote by George Siemens
    25. design skill Fit implementation
    26. leadership
    27. communication
    28. transparent
    29. personal reflection seeking feedback
    30. personal connections
    31. Networked Popular Colleagues Family/ Local Media Community Print & Photo Sharing Digital Resources Social Network Conferences Sites The Networked Teacher Curriculum Twitter Documents Social Book- Podcasts marking Video Wikis Conferencing Blogs
    32. Change Change Confusion Anxiety Resistance Frustration Treadmill Vision Vision Vision Vision Vision Skills Skills Skills Skills Skills Incentives Incentives Incentives Incentives Incentives Resources Resources Resources Resources Resources Action Action Action Action Action Plan Plan Plan Plan Plan Basado en Edorigami
    33. respect motivate curiosity inspire care Learning Open minded responsibility Communicate Create Connect Collaborate • Read-Write • Own • Local • With peers • Listen-Speak understanding • Worldwide • With experts • Watch-Present through different • Previous • With Personal media knowledge Learning Network • Observe- Illustrate • Original work • Ideas • Across geographic • Remix other ideas • Concept borders • Across socio- economic backgrounds • Across cultural boundaries • Knowledge • Sharing
    34. experts Model collaboration mentors support support support
    35. Image Sources (Creative Commons License) Dart: Sandcastle: Curiosity: Pole Vault: Pen & Notebook: Bike: Connected: Dear Diary: Whisper: Typing competition: Paint: Communicate: Apple for the Teacher Typing competition:: Apple for the Teache:r Accountability Tandem bike: Communicate: Participate: Transparent Screen: Passion Get on Board Human Pyramid:
    36. Credit • Thank you to Kim Cofino and her inspirational presentations – The 21st Century Classroom – The 21st Century Learner • Professional Development Components for Change created from table found on Educational Origami Wiki – • Think about it…Willing to learng vs. waiting to be taught. Based on a Steven Kimmi's blog post :quot;Taught versus learn, a distinguishing factor” – • The Networked Teacher based on Alec Courosa's graphic –