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TIE*21         21st Century Curriculum             and Assessment                        Dr. Valerie Irvine               ...
TIE*21         Why?         • 21st Century Teaching and Learning             See Christy Clark’s Throne Speech (pdf)     ...
TIE*21         Early 20th Century Classroom
TIE*21         Late 20th Century Classroom
TIE*21         21st Century Classroom
TIE*21          We teach the way we were                   taught         Not how our students want to                   l...
TIE*21
TIE*21            What is         INTERACTIVE?
TIE*21  TOUCH  is  INTERACTIVE
TIE*21            SOCIAL            MEDIA              is         INTERACTIVE
TIE*21         What happens         when the two           interact?
TIE*21          Personal Learning Network         • Capture events anywhere anytime         • Share events with anyone or ...
TIE*21
TIE*21         21st   Century Classroom
TIE*21         21st   Century Classroom
TIE*21         Comments from our PLN
TIE*21         Why?         • Assessment and evaluation opportunities                 – Using networking and multimedia   ...
TIE*21         21st Century CURRICULUM         KEY POINTS         • Incorporation of technology as a           way of doin...
TIE*21         21st Century CURRICULUM         KEY POINTS            Understanding how                               netwo...
TIE*21         21st Century CURRICULUM         KEY POINTS         • Increased focus on skills as           opposed to cont...
TIE*21         21st Century CURRICULUM         KEY POINTS         • Self-Regulation of Learning             • see Allyson ...
TIE*21         21st Century CURRICULUM         KEY POINTS         • Needs to allow for creativity as           per PTC rep...
TIE*21         21st Century CURRICULUM         KEY POINTS         • Pull-out IRP document of technology-          infused ...
TIE*21         iPads         as an example         • Demonstration         • Trend of iPads in Schools         • iPads for...
TIE*21           21st Century                ASSESSMENT         • Move from             Assessment OF Learning            ...
TIE*21         Comments from our PLN
TIE*21         Our challenge         • Simply using technology to deliver digitized           versions of item-based paper...
TIE*21         Assessing Science Inquiry         Learning         The case of a 21st century assessment28
TIE*21         the problem          Science inquiry is difficult to measure          with open-response and multiple-     ...
TIE*21         authentic assessment of inquiry          require students to apply scientific          knowledge and reason...
TIE*21   what is a immersive virtual         assessment (IVA)         • an immersive environment used to           situate...
TIE*21         there’s a new frog in         town         assessment 232
TIE*21         avatar selection33
TIE*21         competing hypotheses34
TIE*21         the task35
TIE*21         talking to a scientist
TIE*21   ok, so how is science inquiry         measured?         • a student’s measure of science inquiry performance     ...
TIE*21         collecting data38
TIE*21   being strategic about         choices39
TIE*21         internet kiosk40
TIE*21         example of a lab sample41
TIE*21         Resources             • iPads/iPods in the               Classroom                Diigo http://bit.ly/mYwD...
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21st Century Curriculum and Assessment

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21st Century Curriculum and Assessment

  1. 1. TIE*21 21st Century Curriculum and Assessment Dr. Valerie Irvine Dr. Jillianne Code @_valeriei or virvine@uvic.ca @jilliannecode or jcode@uvic.ca Assistant Professors, Educational Technology University of Victoria http://tie.uvic.ca
  2. 2. TIE*21 Why? • 21st Century Teaching and Learning  See Christy Clark’s Throne Speech (pdf) » Pg 10 & 17-18  See Report on 21st Century Teaching and Learning by BC Premier’s Technology Council • Opportunity to improve learning methods
  3. 3. TIE*21 Early 20th Century Classroom
  4. 4. TIE*21 Late 20th Century Classroom
  5. 5. TIE*21 21st Century Classroom
  6. 6. TIE*21 We teach the way we were taught Not how our students want to learn…
  7. 7. TIE*21
  8. 8. TIE*21 What is INTERACTIVE?
  9. 9. TIE*21 TOUCH is INTERACTIVE
  10. 10. TIE*21 SOCIAL MEDIA is INTERACTIVE
  11. 11. TIE*21 What happens when the two interact?
  12. 12. TIE*21 Personal Learning Network • Capture events anywhere anytime • Share events with anyone or everyone • Get or give help within your community • Expand your personal learning network…
  13. 13. TIE*21
  14. 14. TIE*21 21st Century Classroom
  15. 15. TIE*21 21st Century Classroom
  16. 16. TIE*21 Comments from our PLN
  17. 17. TIE*21 Why? • Assessment and evaluation opportunities – Using networking and multimedia tools • Increased engagement • Support for Special Needs • Just-in-time resources (often free or cheap)
  18. 18. TIE*21 21st Century CURRICULUM KEY POINTS • Incorporation of technology as a way of doing things…
  19. 19. TIE*21 21st Century CURRICULUM KEY POINTS Understanding how networks work is one of the • Digital Literacy most important literacies of • Understandingthe 21st century. Howard Rheingold (2010)
  20. 20. TIE*21 21st Century CURRICULUM KEY POINTS • Increased focus on skills as opposed to content
  21. 21. TIE*21 21st Century CURRICULUM KEY POINTS • Self-Regulation of Learning • see Allyson Hadwin at Uvic or recording at http://tie.uvic.ca
  22. 22. TIE*21 21st Century CURRICULUM KEY POINTS • Needs to allow for creativity as per PTC report
  23. 23. TIE*21 21st Century CURRICULUM KEY POINTS • Pull-out IRP document of technology- infused outcomes similar to grade-only pull-out IRPS • Supports district or school technology coordinators • Supports pre-service teacher educators
  24. 24. TIE*21 iPads as an example • Demonstration • Trend of iPads in Schools • iPads for Kindergarters • View Youtube
  25. 25. TIE*21 21st Century ASSESSMENT • Move from Assessment OF Learning to Assessment FOR Learning • Incorporate innovative ways of assessing learning
  26. 26. TIE*21 Comments from our PLN
  27. 27. TIE*21 Our challenge • Simply using technology to deliver digitized versions of item-based paper-and-pencil tests does not realize the full power of technology in assessment • We need to create new types of measurement experiences that are purpose driven, reliable, and engaging • These will provide richer and more authentic observations of student learning27
  28. 28. TIE*21 Assessing Science Inquiry Learning The case of a 21st century assessment28
  29. 29. TIE*21 the problem Science inquiry is difficult to measure with open-response and multiple- choice tests29
  30. 30. TIE*21 authentic assessment of inquiry require students to apply scientific knowledge and reasoning to situations similar to those they will encounter in the world outside the classroom, as well as to situations that approximate how scientists do their work (NSES)30
  31. 31. TIE*21 what is a immersive virtual assessment (IVA) • an immersive environment used to situate students in a virtual setting that simulates a scientific challenge • allow students to construct a narrative through a series of choices • rich in-world observations enable us to make nuanced assessments of students’ misconceptions of science inquiry31
  32. 32. TIE*21 there’s a new frog in town assessment 232
  33. 33. TIE*21 avatar selection33
  34. 34. TIE*21 competing hypotheses34
  35. 35. TIE*21 the task35
  36. 36. TIE*21 talking to a scientist
  37. 37. TIE*21 ok, so how is science inquiry measured? • a student’s measure of science inquiry performance is based on their in-world actions • actions and choices are given a range of scores and weightings that contribute to an ongoing student model of science inquiry. • They are temporally evaluated based on past, present, and future actions.37
  38. 38. TIE*21 collecting data38
  39. 39. TIE*21 being strategic about choices39
  40. 40. TIE*21 internet kiosk40
  41. 41. TIE*21 example of a lab sample41
  42. 42. TIE*21 Resources • iPads/iPods in the Classroom  Diigo http://bit.ly/mYwDct  Apps in Education & Blog Posts on Do’s and Don’ts http://bit.ly/iD2woL  Keith Rispin’s “The other side” http://t.co/eWUyY2i  TechieAng Expanding Teaching/Exploring Technology http://bit.ly/sfejX1

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