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Sotf assessment pres may 2010

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Short keynote for SOTF Presentation on Assessing 21st century teaching and learning...

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Sotf assessment pres may 2010

  1. 1. ASSESSING 21ST CENTURY TEACHING & LEARNING How do we know if teachers are integrating 21st century ski"s? How do we know if students are “getting them”?
  2. 2. 21st Century Skills: STUDENT Creativity &Innovation Communication & Collaboration Research & Information Fluency Critical Thinking, Problem -Solving & Decision Making Digital Citizenship
  3. 3. Student Measure - CWRA College and Work Readiness Assessment (CWRA) Measures how students perform on constructed response tasks that require an integrated set of critical thinking, analytic reasoning, problem solving, and written communication skills. Delivered over the Internet in a proctored setting. Takes 105 minutes.
  4. 4. Student Measure - CWRA Freshman tested in Fall/Seniors in Spring How did our seniors do compared to college freshman after taking into account their academic abilities? How did our seniors score compared to other grade levels at our school? How did our seniors do compared to other seniors across the nation? How did our seniors change from freshman year?
  5. 5. CWRA ACCESS Please visit http://cla.cae.org When prompted, enter Session Number 27958-9319708
  6. 6. CWRA TASK TEAM UP, EXPLORE THE TOOL AND CONSIDER THESE QUESTIONS: • Did you find this instrument interesting, engaging, challenging, provocative? Would your students? • "It's not about what you know, it's about how you think?" Do our current classes at our schools prepare students for an instrument like this? • Is it worth knowing how our students do on an instrument like this? Why or Why not?
  7. 7. 21st Century Skills for Teachers Facilitate and inspire student learning & creativity Design & Develop Digital-Age Learning Experiences & Assessments Model Digital Age Work & Learning Promote and Model Digital Citizenship & Responsibility Engage in Professional Growth & Leadership
  8. 8. 21st Century Skills for Administrators Visionary Leadership Digital Age Learning Culture Excellence in Professional Practice Systemic Improvement Digital Citizenship
  9. 9. Origins of LOTI Created in 1994 as a statewide technology use survey Over the years has expanded to measure personal computer use, current instructional practices and levels of teaching innovation. Now aligned with National Educational Technology Standards (NETS) for teachers
  10. 10. The LOTI Digital Age Survey Provides: An empirically-validated, personalized Digital Age Profile that provides specific, customized feedback in three dimensions: Current instructional practices (CIP) Personal Computer Use (PCU) Levels of Teaching Innovation (LOTI)
  11. 11. ALIGNED WITH FIVE POPULAR INSTRUCTIONAL FRAMEWORKS Levels of Teaching Innovation (LOTI) Partnership for 21st Century Skills Marzano’s Research-based Instructional Practices Daggett’s Rigor & Relevance Framework Webb’s Depth of Knowledge
  12. 12. Other Features Includes database of customized professional development offerings according to assessed needs of each individual Includes LOTI profiler providing aggregate school-wide needs assessment to identify current educational technology profiles to help establish school-wide priorities and goals.
  13. 13. One More Feature Can opt for LOTI Observer which provides: Checklist for walk-through observations by peers and/or supervisors. Instant feedback on specific lessons which can then be debriefed to support immediate growth. iTouch and IPhone compatability
  14. 14. LOTI ACCESS STEP ONE: Access the Loti Lounge at www.lotilounge.com STEP TWO: Click on “Member Login” STEP THREE: User name and password - “LOTIGUEST”
  15. 15. LOTI TASK • TEAM UP, EXPLORE THE TOOL AND CONSIDER THESE QUESTIONS: Did you find this instrument interesting, engaging, challenging, provocative? Would the teachers at your school? Is it worth knowing how our teachers and school leaders do on an instrument like this? Why or why not?

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