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Lazarus staceyeffectiveteaching2

  1. 1. What should a 21st Century classroom learning environment look like?What is a Digital Literacy? By Stacey Lazarus
  2. 2. Simple AnswerHaving equipment and the training to prepare students for a digital world.
  3. 3. Complex ProblemsBudgetary constraints Training of Staff“Hooking” the student
  4. 4. How are museums and librariespromoting 21st century learning PBL 1:1 eBooks Book rental via Kindle iPads Open Source software iTunesUDigital cameras, projectors, and headphones
  5. 5. How Teachers Are Changing The Environment Use of projector Lecture notes are already ready Notes/problems during class-saved-posted online
  6. 6. How Teachers Are Changing The Environment Moving towards using less paper: Written work available anytime and anywhere Submit their assignments to digital drop-boxes Collaborate online
  7. 7. How Teachers Are Changing The Environment Use of digital resources and digital tools Variety of purposes - research, texts, and multimedia Library databases are utilized Digital versions of text books replace the paper version Able to annotate and insert comments on them
  8. 8. How Teachers Are Changing The EnvironmentDevelopment of digital ethics and honor online, and respect for fair use for education Striving towards honor online Properly citing all sources Copyright protects creativity and not to stifle it
  9. 9. How Teachers Are Changing The Environment Teacher-collected or teacher-created resources: Create customized materials for classes Individualization and personalization of course content
  10. 10. How Teachers Are Changing The Environment Inquiry, Project, & Problem-Based Learning More student-centered approach to curriculum Challenges students to find answers to problems Create meaningful digital products
  11. 11. How Teachers Are Changing The Environment Student work is published for a wider audience Putting their writing on blogs or posting onlineCan access the students work to review and comment on it
  12. 12. How Teachers Are Changing The Environment Outside experts Communicate with experts in the field Require collaboration and/or cooperation Work together to create, revise, and publish their work
  13. 13. How Teachers Are Changing The Environment Authentic On-going Assessment Ability to look at examples of work over time Store and access information about students over time Online homework and test assessments adapt to students level
  14. 14. How Teachers Are Changing The Environment Digital Literacies and Multimedia Gain fluency searching, evaluating, manipulating, creating, and publishing information in a variety of media forms and formats
  15. 15. How Teachers Are Changing The Environment Class web sites General information Communication tools Events & announcements Collaboration tools Assignments Embedded content Assignment submission Student Work Instructional materials FAQ Website links
  16. 16. Resourceshttp://www.p21.org/tools-and-resources/p21bloghttp://www.teachthought.com/technology/the-elements-of-a-digital-classroom/http://www.scholastic.com/browse/article.jsp?id=3755881http://twt.wikispaces.com/Profile+of+a+Digital+Classroomhttp://www.digitallearningday.org/splashhttp://micdl.org/

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