Presentation on theme: "Renee Day, MDY Ramona High School Riverside, CA USA November 14, 2012."— Presentation transcript:
Renee Day, MDY Ramona High School Riverside, CA USA November 14, 2012
Inclusive education is a process of strengthening the capacity of the education system to reach out to all learners and can thus be understood as a key strategy to achieve EFA (Education For All). - Policy Guidelines on Inclusion in Education (2009), Paris: UNESCO. A New Approach to Teaching and Learning: Project based learning allows students to apply their knowledge of the content and develop mastery of technological skills. International online collaboration with their peers allows students to engage in cross-cultural exchange that will increase their understanding of other traditions and perspectives and build cultural literacy. Exchange 2.0: The Science of Impact, the Imperative of Implementation (2012)., http://www.usip.org/events/exchange-20-the-science-impact-the-imperative-implementation http://www.usip.org/events/exchange-20-the-science-impact-the-imperative-implementation.
Universal Access to the core curriculum standards can be achieved using project based learning activities. Authentic Assessment gives students an alternate way to demonstrate their content knowledge. Alternative to traditional assessment allows learners to engage with the curriculum and retain the information in a meaningful way. Toolkit on Teaching and Assessing Students with Disabilities (2012). U.S. Office of Special Education Programs, http://www.osepideasthatwork.org/parentkit/AltAssessFAQ.asp. http://www.osepideasthatwork.org/parentkit/AltAssessFAQ.asp Top Ten Tips for Assessing Project Based Learning (2011). Edutopia. George Lucas Educational Foundation, www.edutopia.org.
Adobe Youth Voices Youth Innovation and Entrepreneurship Program (YIEP) Public Art Project Future Citizens GCE Journalism 2.0 World Youth News Video-Conferences
Visual Auditory Linguistic Tactile-Kinesthetic Non-verbal Never Forget Adobe Youth Voices Project 2009 http://youtu.be/rXi1VeRcOas
GCE Journalism 2.0 Course World Youth News Develop a news story about the local community or a global issue. Report on the outcome of the presidential election. Produce media to support news story. (Photo, video interview, podcast) World Youth News, 2012 http://www.worldyouthnews.org/ Content and Standards: Reading Literacy for H/SS Grades 11-12: 2. Determine the central ideas or information of a primary or secondary source; provide an accurate summary that makes clear the relationships among the key details and ideas.. History/Social Science 12.10 Students formulate questions about and defend their analyses of tensions within our constitutional democracy and the importance of maintaining a balance between the following concepts: majority rule and individual rights. Career Technical Education Grades 11-12: 7. Integrate and evaluate multiple sources of information presented in diverse formats and media (e.g., quantitative data, video, multimedia) in order to address a question or solve a problem. Common Core State Standards Initiative (2012), http://www.corestandards.org/.
Video conference on Biofuels Adobe Youth Voices YIEP and Product in a Bag GCE World Youth News Ramona Rams Recycle Create media to raise awareness about youth issues Local campaigns to reduce child poverty Build dialogue skills and a sense of a global community iEARN Impact, 2012,. http://www.iearn.org/impact
Adobe Youth Voices iEARN Pangea QR Code Project Youth Innovation and Entrepreneurship Program (YIEP) GCE World Youth News iEARN Website QR Code : Learn new skills to integrate technology into classroom lessons. Transfer skills and knowledge to students to increase their technological literacy. Introduce blended learning to students. Collaborate and exchange ideas about education with colleagues around the globe.
World Trade Center Finial at United Nations Plaza, 2005 Education is the most important weapon you can use to change the world. -Nelson Mandela
Thank You! Renee Day, MDY Ramona High School E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org