Personalized and
“On Demand Generation”
of Learners
We Can Remember Waiting
• Waiting for our favorite song on
the radio; waiting for our favorite
song on track 3 of the 8 tr...
We Can Remember Waiting
• We use to wait to speak to someone
when they were in a meeting; now we
can text them and have an...
However, We don’t wait anymore…
We even have FAST FOOD
Elementary students are
growing up in a world where
they have never had to wait.
• They listen to their favorite song
on t...
Elementary students are
growing up in a world where
they have never had to wait.
• Kids download and play games
from a pho...
Kids are growing up and living in
the “On Demand” generation
It’s a generation that has
constant access to what
we used to...
So, how do we go about
teaching this generation?
Does telling these students that
they’ll have to wait for the
dinosaur unit, or read one
specific book at a particular tim...
How will students feel about a
learning experience not tailored
to their interests?
Or not delivered by digital tools
that...
How will CISD address the “On
Demand” Generation?
• Use of the CISD Digital Bloom's
resources
• The resources will ensure ...
Today’s Classroom
•With the increased rigor of state
testing standards, teachers must
manage their classroom time in
order...
Today’s Classroom
•In addition, they must
appropriately understand how
to enhance the Instructional
Focus Documents to inc...
Teachers’ Needs
•With the technological changes in
society and the exponential increase
of digital information, these reso...
Thinglink
•Review of Bloom’s Digital Taxonomy
•https://www.thinglink.com/scene/41
6079224877613057#tlsite
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  1. 1. Personalized and “On Demand Generation” of Learners
  2. 2. We Can Remember Waiting • Waiting for our favorite song on the radio; waiting for our favorite song on track 3 of the 8 track tape • We use to wait for our TV Show; now we record it and fast forward through commercials
  3. 3. We Can Remember Waiting • We use to wait to speak to someone when they were in a meeting; now we can text them and have an answer to our question when its needed • We use to wait for the dial-up modem to get online and could even get busy signals; now we have 24/7 wireless access anytime and anywhere available
  4. 4. However, We don’t wait anymore… We even have FAST FOOD
  5. 5. Elementary students are growing up in a world where they have never had to wait. • They listen to their favorite song on their iPod • Kids can access T.V. shows and movies “on demand” • They can access books from an iPad and even have it read to them
  6. 6. Elementary students are growing up in a world where they have never had to wait. • Kids download and play games from a phone • They text a friend a question • They access the Internet wirelessly (24/7)
  7. 7. Kids are growing up and living in the “On Demand” generation It’s a generation that has constant access to what we used to wait for.
  8. 8. So, how do we go about teaching this generation?
  9. 9. Does telling these students that they’ll have to wait for the dinosaur unit, or read one specific book at a particular time, or stop with addition when they are ready for multiplication work?
  10. 10. How will students feel about a learning experience not tailored to their interests? Or not delivered by digital tools that they use in their daily lives?
  11. 11. How will CISD address the “On Demand” Generation? • Use of the CISD Digital Bloom's resources • The resources will ensure that educators are providing personal digital experiences for students and helping them develop higher levels of thinking
  12. 12. Today’s Classroom •With the increased rigor of state testing standards, teachers must manage their classroom time in order to ensure they are covering the CISD scope and sequence according to the time outlined in the pacing calendars.
  13. 13. Today’s Classroom •In addition, they must appropriately understand how to enhance the Instructional Focus Documents to include 21st Century Skills in the student activities to improve student thinking and learning.
  14. 14. Teachers’ Needs •With the technological changes in society and the exponential increase of digital information, these resources provide powerful tools to fit today's teachers' needs. The resources provide a clear, concise, and visual representation of the alignment between levels of thinking, educational objectives, and student digital activities.
  15. 15. Thinglink •Review of Bloom’s Digital Taxonomy •https://www.thinglink.com/scene/41 6079224877613057#tlsite

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