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4 21 st Century High School % of Century Completed What has changed???? –Jesse Dickert – Oconto High School Grad 2000 No cell phone use, no laptops, school only accounts accepted, took one class ITV, rarely had from or to teachers, all teachers used overheads. Computers available in lab, cafeteria, study hall, and some classrooms

5 21 st Century High School % of Century Completed What has changed???? –Jesse Dickert – Oconto High School (Grad 2000) No cell phone use, no laptops, school only accounts accepted, took one class ITV, rarely had from or to teachers, all teachers used overheads. Computers available in lab and some classrooms, higher level math allowed calculators –Jameson Dickert – DePere High School (Junior) No cell phone use in class, no personal laptops allowed (must buy one from the school and their network only), has not ed to or received from a teacher, all teachers use overheads, computers available in labs and some classrooms, use TV’s for science classes, Band director uses electronic sound recording system to share individual results with parents, math has new TI calculators this year

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15 Wisconsin only requires 13 credits According to Education Week – Tied for least with California, and Wyoming Most – 24 Credits Alabama, Florida, Hawaii, Missouri, Oregon, South Carolina, Texas, and West Virginia

16 Wisconsin only requires 13 credits According to Education Week – Tied for least with California, and Wyoming Most – 24 Credits Alabama, Florida, Hawaii, Missouri, Oregon, South Carolina, Texas, and West Virginia

17 Every Child a Graduate High School Graduation Summit On December 9, 2009, from 9:30am until 3:30pm at Country Springs Conference Center in Waukesha, DPI is sponsoring a High School Graduation summit for the purpose of encouraging and informing local best practice strategies to increase graduation rates, especially among students of color and students with disabilities. The targeted audience includes:  57 school districts selected by the number of dropouts; higher dropout rate; and/or disparities—race/ethnicity, disability  School-Community teams—youth/human services. Law enforcement, business, parents, students, teachers, school administrators  A proposal/call for examples of best practice will soon be available through DPI.

18 Honor Traditions/Embrace the Future

19 Move to 21 st Century Learning

20 Change Proposal for 21 st Century High Schools

21 Change what we expect from our students

22 Change Proposal for 21 st Century High Schools Change what we expect from our students Change how we teach it to our students

23 Change Proposal for 21 st Century High Schools Change what we expect from our students Change how we teach it to our students Change work time of our staff

24 Change Proposal for 21 st Century High Schools Change what we expect from our students Change how we teach it to our students Change work time of our staff This is not radical change, but change that can be made in the next few years leading to 2020

25 Change Proposal for 21 st Century High Schools Change what we expect from our students Change how we teach it to our students Change work time of our staff This is not radical change, but change that can be made in the next few years leading to 2020 Pretend you were setting this up for your child or grandchild!!!!

26 Change Proposal for 21 st Century High Schools Change what we expect from our students Change how we teach it to our students Change work time of our staff This is not radical change, but change that can be made in the next few years leading to 2020 Pretend you were setting this up for your child or grandchild!!!!

27 Change What We Expect From Our Students More rigor More versatility More effort More understanding of the end target

28 Incremental Change 21 st CENTURY HIGH SCHOOL High School Graduation Requirements - Standard 8 Period Day SubjectsCredits Mathematics4 Science4 Social Studies3 English2 Multi-Literacy2 Computer/Software2 Technology Ed.1 Foreign Language3 Arts2 Fitness2 Personal Econ.0.5 World Econ.0.5 On-Line Electives1 Health0.5 Electives3 Senior Project0.5 1 credit must be from 2-yr. or 4-yr. College Total Credits31

29 Incremental Change 21 st CENTURY HIGH SCHOOL High School Graduation Requirements - Standard 8 Period Day SubjectsCredits Mathematics4 Science4 Social Studies3 English2 Multi-Literacy2 Computer/Software2 Technology Ed.1 Foreign Language3 Arts2 Fitness2 Personal Econ.0.5 World Econ.0.5 On-Line Electives1 Health0.5 Electives3 Senior Project0.5 1 credit must be from 2-yr. or 4-yr. College Total Credits31 Mathematics Math Pathways : Advance: Geom., Adv. Alg, Trig, AP Calc. Traditional: Alg., Geom., Adv. Alg, Trig World: Alg., Geom., Electives (Statistics, AP, Stats, Business Math and Measures, Math Projects, Spreadsheet Math, Research Math, Accounting, Data Analysis)

30 Incremental Change 21 st CENTURY HIGH SCHOOL High School Graduation Requirements - Standard 8 Period Day SubjectsCredits Mathematics4 Science4 Social Studies3 English2 Multi-Literacy2 Computer/Software2 Technology Ed.1 Foreign Language3 Arts2 Fitness2 Personal Econ.0.5 World Econ.0.5 On-Line Electives1 Health0.5 Electives3 Senior Project0.5 1 credit must be from 2-yr. or 4-yr. College Total Credits31 Science Science Pathways : Advance: Bio, AP Chem., AP Physics, AP Elective Traditional: Phys. Sci., Bio, Chem., Physics World: Phys. Sci., Bio, Electives (Ecology, Horticulture, DNA, Science Projects, Science Research, Practical Science, Science Applications)

31 Incremental Change 21 st CENTURY HIGH SCHOOL High School Graduation Requirements - Standard 8 Period Day SubjectsCredits Mathematics4 Science4 Social Studies3 English2 Multi-Literacy2 Computer/Software2 Technology Ed.1 Foreign Language3 Arts2 Fitness2 Personal Econ.0.5 World Econ.0.5 On-Line Electives1 Health0.5 Electives3 Senior Project0.5 1 credit must be from 2-yr. or 4-yr. College Total Credits31 Social Studies Social Studies Pathways : Advance: Amer. Govt, World Geography, AP U.S. History, A.P. World History, Electives (AP European History, AP U.S. Govt & Politics, AP Comparative Govt & Politics, AP Human Geography, AP Psychology) Traditional: Amer. Govt, World Geography, U.S. History, World History, Electives ( AP Courses, Sociology, Psychology, other created courses) World: Amer. Govt, World Geography, U.S. History, World History, Electives (Sociology, Psychology, other created courses)

32 Incremental Change 21 st CENTURY HIGH SCHOOL High School Graduation Requirements - Standard 8 Period Day SubjectsCredits Mathematics4 Science4 Social Studies3 English2 Multi-Literacy2 Computer/Software2 Technology Ed.1 Foreign Language3 Arts2 Fitness2 Personal Econ.0.5 World Econ.0.5 On-Line Electives1 Health0.5 Electives3 Senior Project0.5 1 credit must be from 2-yr. or 4-yr. College Total Credits31 English/Multi-Literacy English/Multi-Literacy Pathways : Advance: Lang. Arts 10, Lang. Arts 11, AP M-L Electives Traditional: Lang. Arts 9, Lang Arts 10, M-L Electives World: Lang. Arts 9, Lang. Arts 10, M-L Electives Multi-Literacy Electives: Journalism, Modern Public Speaking, Creative Writing, Interpersonal Communications, American Lit., AP English Language and Composition,World Lit., AP English Literature and Composition, Composition/Writing, Poetry, Blogging, Modern Communications, Webinar Creation, Social Media Communication

33 Incremental Change 21 st CENTURY HIGH SCHOOL High School Graduation Requirements - Standard 8 Period Day SubjectsCredits Mathematics4 Science4 Social Studies3 English2 Multi-Literacy2 Computer/Software2 Technology Ed.1 Foreign Language3 Arts2 Fitness2 Personal Econ.0.5 World Econ.0.5 On-Line Electives1 Health0.5 Electives3 Senior Project0.5 1 credit must be from 2-yr. or 4-yr. College Total Credits31 Computer/Software Computer/Software Electives : Maximizing Your Computer, Programming, Webpage Design, e-Communications, Gaming Software, Maximizing the Internet, Standard Software Applications, Video Creation, Graphic Design

34 Incremental Change 21 st CENTURY HIGH SCHOOL High School Graduation Requirements - Standard 8 Period Day SubjectsCredits Mathematics4 Science4 Social Studies3 English2 Multi-Literacy2 Computer/Software2 Technology Ed.1 Foreign Language3 Arts2 Fitness2 Personal Econ.0.5 World Econ.0.5 On-Line Electives1 Health0.5 Electives3 Senior Project0.5 1 credit must be from 2-yr. or 4-yr. College Total Credits31 Technology Ed. Technology Ed. Electives : Engineering, Basic CAD, Adv. CAD, Robotics, Electrical Principals, Manufacturing Management, 21st Century Work Skills, Computer Generated Products, Entrepreneurial Studies

35 Incremental Change 21 st CENTURY HIGH SCHOOL High School Graduation Requirements - Standard 8 Period Day SubjectsCredits Mathematics4 Science4 Social Studies3 English2 Multi-Literacy2 Computer/Software2 Technology Ed.1 Foreign Language3 Arts2 Fitness2 Personal Econ.0.5 World Econ.0.5 On-Line Electives1 Health0.5 Electives3 Senior Project0.5 1 credit must be from 2-yr. or 4-yr. College Total Credits31 Foreign Language Foreign Language Electives : Ten Languages Available One Language Taught In-house Nine Languages Via On-line Note: Technology may make this obsolete by 2020

36 Incremental Change 21 st CENTURY HIGH SCHOOL High School Graduation Requirements - Standard 8 Period Day SubjectsCredits Mathematics4 Science4 Social Studies3 English2 Multi-Literacy2 Computer/Software2 Technology Ed.1 Foreign Language3 Arts2 Fitness2 Personal Econ.0.5 World Econ.0.5 On-Line Electives1 Health0.5 Electives3 Senior Project0.5 1 credit must be from 2-yr. or 4-yr. College Total Credits31 Arts Arts Electives : Band, Choir, Visual Arts Karaoke, Music Management, Art Design Management, Garage Band, Computer Generated Music

37 Incremental Change 21 st CENTURY HIGH SCHOOL High School Graduation Requirements - Standard 8 Period Day SubjectsCredits Mathematics4 Science4 Social Studies3 English2 Multi-Literacy2 Computer/Software2 Technology Ed.1 Foreign Language3 Arts2 Fitness2 Personal Econ.0.5 World Econ.0.5 On-Line Electives1 Health0.5 Electives3 Senior Project0.5 1 credit must be from 2-yr. or 4-yr. College Total Credits31 Fitness Fitness Electives : Semester of Personal Fitness Each School Year Athletic Fitness Heart Healthy Fitness

38 Incremental Change 21 st CENTURY HIGH SCHOOL High School Graduation Requirements - Standard 8 Period Day SubjectsCredits Mathematics4 Science4 Social Studies3 English2 Multi-Literacy2 Computer/Software2 Technology Ed.1 Foreign Language3 Arts2 Fitness2 Personal Econ.0.5 World Econ.0.5 On-Line Electives1 Health0.5 Electives3 Senior Project0.5 1 credit must be from 2-yr. or 4-yr. College Total Credits31 Personal Economics Course : Units Covered: Job Incomes, Banking, Interest, Mortgages, Investment Planning, Retirement Planning, Budgeting, Taxes, Credit/Debit, Loans, etc.

39 Incremental Change 21 st CENTURY HIGH SCHOOL High School Graduation Requirements - Standard 8 Period Day SubjectsCredits Mathematics4 Science4 Social Studies3 English2 Multi-Literacy2 Computer/Software2 Technology Ed.1 Foreign Language3 Arts2 Fitness2 Personal Econ.0.5 World Econ.0.5 On-Line Electives1 Health0.5 Electives3 Senior Project0.5 1 credit must be from 2-yr. or 4-yr. College Total Credits31 World Economics World Econ. Electives : Micro, Macro, AP Econ, Small Business Econ

40 Incremental Change 21 st CENTURY HIGH SCHOOL High School Graduation Requirements - Standard 8 Period Day SubjectsCredits Mathematics4 Science4 Social Studies3 English2 Multi-Literacy2 Computer/Software2 Technology Ed.1 Foreign Language3 Arts2 Fitness2 Personal Econ.0.5 World Econ.0.5 On-Line Electives1 Health0.5 Electives3 Senior Project0.5 1 credit must be from 2-yr. or 4-yr. College Total Credits31 On-Line Electives On-Line Electives : In any subject approved by Lead Teacher. Taken their Junior or Senior year to enhance their post secondary aspirations. Do not count for other required credits (No double counting!). Great opportunity to meet “1 Credit must be from 2-Year or 4-Year College” requirement.

41 Incremental Change 21 st CENTURY HIGH SCHOOL High School Graduation Requirements - Standard 8 Period Day SubjectsCredits Mathematics4 Science4 Social Studies3 English2 Multi-Literacy2 Computer/Software2 Technology Ed.1 Foreign Language3 Arts2 Fitness2 Personal Econ.0.5 World Econ.0.5 On-Line Electives1 Health0.5 Electives3 Senior Project0.5 1 credit must be from 2-yr. or 4-yr. College Total Credits31 Health Course : While the state requires many units, all should be based on healthy lifestyle choices.

42 Incremental Change 21 st CENTURY HIGH SCHOOL High School Graduation Requirements - Standard 8 Period Day SubjectsCredits Mathematics4 Science4 Social Studies3 English2 Multi-Literacy2 Computer/Software2 Technology Ed.1 Foreign Language3 Arts2 Fitness2 Personal Econ.0.5 World Econ.0.5 On-Line Electives1 Health0.5 Electives3 Senior Project0.5 1 credit must be from 2-yr. or 4-yr. College Total Credits31 Electives Selection : Junior & Senior Year Options: District Courses Not Taken Specialty Courses ACT Prep Compass Prep On-Line Selections Post Secondary Options Open Enrollment Option for Two Courses Great opportunity to meet “1 Credit must be from 2-Year or 4-Year College” requirement.

43 Incremental Change 21 st CENTURY HIGH SCHOOL High School Graduation Requirements - Standard 8 Period Day SubjectsCredits Mathematics4 Science4 Social Studies3 English2 Multi-Literacy2 Computer/Software2 Technology Ed.1 Foreign Language3 Arts2 Fitness2 Personal Econ.0.5 World Econ.0.5 On-Line Electives1 Health0.5 Electives3 Senior Project0.5 1 credit must be from 2-yr. or 4-yr. College Total Credits31 Senior Project Senior Project Course : Taken first Semester of Senior Year. Concept approved by Principal. Credit granted after successful presentation to Academy (District Administration, Community Member, Former Grad., Retired Teacher) All Seniors start on project in September. Present in January. Those not approved, resubmit in March.

44 Incremental Change 21 st CENTURY HIGH SCHOOL High School Graduation Requirements - Standard 8 Period Day SubjectsCredits Mathematics4 Science4 Social Studies3 English2 Multi-Literacy2 Computer/Software2 Technology Ed.1 Foreign Language3 Arts2 Fitness2 Personal Econ.0.5 World Econ.0.5 On-Line Electives1 Health0.5 Electives3 Senior Project0.5 1 credit must be from 2-yr. or 4-yr. College Total Credits31 Post Sec. Rigor Exp. Requirement : One Credit of the 31 Credits must be taken from a 2-Year or 4-Year College. Should match level of post secondary plans.

45 Incremental Change 21 st CENTURY HIGH SCHOOL High School Graduation Requirements - Standard 8 Period Day SubjectsCredits Mathematics4 Science4 Social Studies3 English2 Multi-Literacy2 Computer/Software2 Technology Ed.1 Foreign Language3 Arts2 Fitness2 Personal Econ.0.5 World Econ.0.5 On-Line Electives1 Health0.5 Electives3 Senior Project0.5 1 credit must be from 2-yr. or 4-yr. College Total Credits31 Total Credits 31 Credits : Per Day: 7 Hours (Example 8-3) 30 minute lunch 8 Period Day 45 Minute Periods 6 Hours of Classes 4 Minutes of Passing Time – 30 minutes Class Failures are made up 9 th Period 3:15-4:00 with Instructional Coaches. Tutoring same time. Zero Hour (7:00-7:45) for myriad of courses also available Required 8 Periods of Instruction Freshman, Sophomore, Junior Years; 7 Periods Senior Year with Senior Project Expectation

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47 Freshman Year 25% of all assignments will be project based learning

48 Incremental Change How We Teach Students Freshman Year 25% of all assignments will be project based learning Sophomore Year 50% of all assignments will be project based learning

49 Incremental Change How We Teach Students Freshman Year 25% of all assignments will be project based learning Sophomore Year 50% of all assignments will be project based learning Junior Year 50% of all assignments will be project based learning- 25% of those projects must include students from another school Core subjects meet four times a week with resource learning the other day

50 Incremental Change How We Teach Students Freshman Year 25% of all assignments will be project based learning Sophomore Year 50% of all assignments will be project based learning Junior Year 50% of all assignments will be project based learning- 25% of those projects must include students from another school Core subjects meet four times a week with resource learning the other day Senior Year 75% of all assignments will be project based learning- 50% of those projects must include resources other than students Core subjects meet three times a week with resource learning the other two days

51 Incremental Change How We Teach Students Freshman Year 25% of all assignments will be project based learning Sophomore Year 50% of all assignments will be project based learning Junior Year 50% of all assignments will be project based learning- 25% of those projects must include students from another school Core subjects meet four times a week with resource learning the other day Senior Year 75% of all assignments will be project based learning- 50% of those projects must include resources other than students Core subjects meet three times a week with resource learning the other two days

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53 Data Driven Decisions to Adjust Individually ACT Partner 8 th Grade – Explore 8 9 th Grade – Explore 9 10 th Grade – Plan 11 th Grade – ACT New State Test

54 Incremental Change How We Teach Students Data Driven Decisions to Adjust Individually ACT Partner 8 th Grade – Explore 8 9 th Grade – Explore 9 10 th Grade – Plan 11 th Grade – ACT New State Test Use Technology 50% of skill work should come from computer software programs Imbed technology into one new unit a quarter

55 Incremental Change How We Teach Students Data Driven Decisions to Adjust Individually ACT Partner 8 th Grade – Explore 8 9 th Grade – Explore 9 10 th Grade – Plan 11 th Grade – ACT New State Test Use Technology 50% of skill work should come from computer software programs Imbed technology into one new unit a quarter

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57 Teacher shifts from Traditional holder and presenter of all knowledge to an Instructional Coach model (Guide on the side)

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63 Factory Model – 20 th Century DifferentiationRtI

64 Factory Model – 20 th Century DifferentiationRtI Title I

65 Factory Model – 20 th Century DifferentiationRtI Title IPBIS

66 Factory Model – 20 th Century DifferentiationRtI Title IPBISG&T

67 Knowledge Model – 21 st Century

68 You Heard It Hear First Differentiated Instruction

69 You Heard It Hear First Differentiated Instruction

70 You Heard It Hear First Differentiated Instruction Customized Instruction

71 Incremental Change How We Teach Students Teacher shifts from Traditional holder and presenter of all knowledge to an Instructional Coach model (Guide on the side) Creates all courses and assignments on-line –One per semester –Eliminates students missing class from missing and continuing their work

72 Incremental Change How We Teach Students Teacher shifts from Traditional holder and presenter of all knowledge to an Instructional Coach model (Guide on the side) Creates all courses and assignments on-line –One per semester –Eliminates students missing class from missing and continuing their work Uses blended learning as major pedagogical approach

73 Incremental Change How We Teach Students Teacher shifts from Traditional holder and presenter of all knowledge to an Instructional Coach model (Guide on the side) Creates all courses and assignments on-line –One per semester –Eliminates students missing class from missing and continuing their work Uses blended learning as major pedagogical approach Classrooms set up as Learning Arenas

74 Incremental Change How We Teach Students Teacher shifts from Traditional holder and presenter of all knowledge to an Instructional Coach model (Guide on the side) Creates all courses and assignments on-line –One per semester –Eliminates students missing class from missing and continuing their work Uses blended learning as major pedagogical approach Classrooms set up as Learning Arenas

75 Incremental Change Potpourri

76 Graduate tracking system for 10 year data set –Goal 55% of Grads get 2-Year or 4-Year Diploma in 6-Year window

77 Incremental Change Potpourri Graduate tracking system for 10 year data set –Goal 55% of Grads get 2-Year or 4-Year Diploma in 6-Year window All students assigned to Lead Teacher for 4 years. Meet monthly during early release or after school time.

78 Incremental Change Potpourri Graduate tracking system for 10 year data set –Goal 55% of Grads get 2-Year or 4-Year Diploma in 6-Year window All students assigned to Lead Teacher for 4 years. Meet monthly during early release or after school time. Students will be allowed to use hand helds or laptops in all of their classes.

79 Incremental Change Potpourri Graduate tracking system for 10 year data set –Goal 55% of Grads get 2-Year or 4-Year Diploma in 6-Year window All students assigned to Lead Teacher for 4 years. Meet monthly during early release or after school time. Students will be allowed to use hand helds or laptops in all of their classes Schools will phase out Textbook purchases by Dollars saved will go to laptop purchase program for free and reduced lunch students. Loan program for others. Home wireless access also provided for those without cable.

80 Incremental Change Potpourri Graduate tracking system for 10 year data set –Goal 55% of Grads get 2-Year or 4-Year Diploma in 6-Year window All students assigned to Lead Teacher for 4 years. Meet monthly during early release or after school time. Students will be allowed to use hand helds or laptops in all of their classes Schools will phase out Textbook purchases by Dollars saved will go to laptop purchase program for free and reduced lunch students. Loan program for others. Home wireless access also provided for those without cable.

81 Textbook Suggestion Ion Jukes – WASDA Winter Seminar 2009 Don’t Buy Another Set of Printed Textbooks Use current sets as main resource – stretch out usage Teachers use technology for new resource and new information. –1st Year – One Unit a Quarter –2 nd Year – Two Units a Quarter –3 rd Year – Three Units a Quarter (E-Text as resource should be available, but questions the need to purchase if just electronic duplication of printed. He doubts that will be true!!) Use $ saved from textbook purchases to beef up technology

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84 Work an 8 Hour Day (30 minute lunch is not included) –30 minute lunch is not included in 8 hour count –Districts adds 5 minutes a year until 8 hours is reached –Eliminates the “I do not have time” argument

85 Incremental Change Staff Work an 8 Hour Day (30 minute lunch is not included) –30 minute lunch is not included in 8 hour count –Districts adds 5 minutes a year until 8 hours is reached –Eliminates the “I do not have time” argument Add 10 Inservice Days to the School Year –District adds 1 per year until 10 is reached –Add 5 to the current beginning of the school year Inservice for concentrated training –Place rest strategically in school year for follow-up training –Vital to train staff and train them well

86 Incremental Change Staff Work an 8 Hour Day (30 minute lunch is not included) –30 minute lunch is not included in 8 hour count –Districts adds 5 minutes a year until 8 hours is reached –Eliminates the “I do not have time” argument Add 10 Inservice Days to the School Year –District adds 1 per year until 10 is reached –Add 5 to the current beginning of the school year Inservice for concentrated training –Place rest strategically in school year for follow-up training –Vital to train staff and train them well

87 Industrial Age Education Model Factory model, based upon the needs of employers for the Industrial Age of the 19th century. Scientific management Time-based Focus: memorization of discrete facts Lessons focus on the lower level of Bloom’s Taxonomy – knowledge, comprehension and application. Textbook-driven Passive learning Learners work in isolation – classroom within 4 walls Teacher-centered: teacher is center of attention and provider of information Little to no student freedom 21st Century Education Model Global model, based upon the needs of a globalized, high-tech society Outcome-based Focus: what students Know, Can Do and Are Like after all the details are forgotten Learning is designed on upper levels of Blooms’ – synthesis, analysis and evaluation (and include lower levels as curriculum is designed down from the top.) Research-driven Active Learning Learners work collaboratively with classmates and others around the world – the Global Classroom Student-centered: teacher is facilitator/coach Great deal of student freedom Shift

88 Industrial Age Education Model Fragmented curriculum Grades averaged Low expectations Teacher is judge. No one else sees student work Curriculum/School is irrelevant and meaningless to the students. Print is the primary vehicle of learning and assessment Diversity in students is ignored 21st Century Education Model Integrated and Interdisciplinary curriculum Grades based on what was learned High expectations – “If it isn’t good it isn’t done.” We expect, and ensure, that all students succeed in learning at high levels. Some may go higher – we get out of their way to let them do that. Self, Peer and Other assessments. Public audience, authentic assessments. Curriculum is connected to students’ interests, experiences, talents and the real world. Performances, projects and multiple forms of media are used for learning and assessment Curriculum and instruction address student diversity

89 Industrial Age Education Model Literacy is the 3 R’s – reading, writing and math “Discipline problems" – educators do not trust students and vice versa. No student motivation. Driven by the NCLB and standardized testing mania 21st Century Education Model Multiple literacies of the 21st century – aligned to living and working in a globalized new millennium. Reduced “discipline problems” – students and teachers have mutually respectful relationship as co-learners; Students are highly motivated. Standardized testing has its place. Education is not driven by the NCLB and standardized testing mania.

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94 21 st Century High School % of Century Completed Here is the Challenge

95 21 st Century High School % of Century Completed Here is the Challenge in CESA % of Century will be completed

96 21 st Century High School % of Century Completed Here is the Challenge % of Century will be completed What will change at Labor Day barbeque ??

97 21 st Century High School % of Century Completed Here is the Challenge % of Century will be completed What will change at Labor Day barbeque?? –Jameson Dickert – DePere H.S. Grad 2012 No cell phone use, no personal laptops allowed (must buy one from the school and their network only), has not ed to or received from a teacher, all teachers use overheads, Use TV’s for science classes, Band director uses electronic sound recording system to share individual results with parents

98 21 st Century High School % of Century Completed Here is the Challenge % of Century will be completed What will change at Labor Day barbeque?? –Jameson Dickert – DePere H.S. Grad 2012 No cell phone use, no personal laptops allowed (must buy one from the school and their network only), has not ed to or received from a teacher, all teachers use overheads, Use TV’s for science classes, Band director uses electronic sound recording system to share individual results with parents –Jaxon Dickert – Green Bay West, Sophomore ???????????????

99 21 st Century High School % of Century Completed Here is the Challenge % of Century will be completed What will change at Labor Day barbeque?? –Jameson Dickert – DePere H.S. Grad 2012 No cell phone use, no personal laptops allowed (must buy one from the school and their network only), has not ed to or received from a teacher, all teachers use overheads, Use TV’s for science classes, Band director uses electronic sound recording system to share individual results with parents –Jaxon Dickert – Green Bay West, Sophomore ???????????????

100 Sooooooooooooooo, will it look like this????

101 21 st CENTURY HIGH SCHOOL Graduation Requirements - Standard 8 Period Day SubjectsCredits Mathematics4 Science4 Social Studies3 English2 Multi-Literacy2 Computer/Software2 Technology Ed.1 Foreign Language3 Arts2 Fitness2 Personal Econ.0.5 World Econ.0.5 On-Line Electives1 Health0.5 Electives3 Senior Project0.5 1 credit must be from 2-yr. or 4-yr. College Total Credits31 Orrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr…… Something like this!!!!!!

102 21 st CENTURY HIGH SCHOOL Orrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr…… Something like this!!!!!!

103 21 st CENTURY HIGH SCHOOL Orrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr…… Something like this!!!!!!

104 21 st CENTURY HIGH SCHOOL Orrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr…… Something like this!!!!!!

105 21 st CENTURY HIGH SCHOOL Orrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr…… Something like this!!!!!!

106 21 st CENTURY HIGH SCHOOL Orrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr…… Something like this!!!!!!

107 Time to Change Your School Write 5 things you can implement in the next two school years that will begin the change to a 21 st Century School

108 Change

109 Change is inevitable - except from a vending machine. Robert C. Gallagher, Author

110 Change Change is inevitable - except from a vending machine. Robert C. Gallagher, Author To improve is to change; to be perfect is to change often. Winston Churchill, Former British Prime Minister

111 Change Change is inevitable - except from a vending machine. Robert C. Gallagher, Author To improve is to change; to be perfect is to change often. Winston Churchill, Former British Prime Minister He who rejects change is the architect of decay. The only human institution which rejects progress is the cemetery. Harold Wilson, Former British Prime Minister

112 Change Change is inevitable - except from a vending machine. Robert C. Gallagher, Author To improve is to change; to be perfect is to change often. Winston Churchill, Former British Prime Minister He who rejects change is the architect of decay. The only human institution which rejects progress is the cemetery and Public Education. Harold Wilson, Former British Prime Minister

113 Change Change is inevitable - except from a vending machine. Robert C. Gallagher, Author To improve is to change; to be perfect is to change often. Winston Churchill, Former British Prime Minister He who rejects change is the architect of decay. The only human institution which rejects progress is the cemetery and Public Education. Harold Wilson, Former British Prime Minister Change before you have to. Jack Welch, Former CEO of General Electric

114 Change Change is inevitable - except from a vending machine. Robert C. Gallagher, Author To improve is to change; to be perfect is to change often. Winston Churchill, Former British Prime Minister He who rejects change is the architect of decay. The only human institution which rejects progress is the cemetery and Public Education. Harold Wilson, Former British Prime Minister Change before you have to. Jack Welch, Former CEO of General Electric

115 CESA 7 Attributes of a 21 st Century High School If you are interested in joining this effort, e- mail me at If not interested in joining this effort, but have thoughts, reactions, or comments also send them to me at

116 CESA 7 Attributes of a 21 st Century High School If you are interested in joining this effort, e- mail me at If not interested in joining this effort, but have thoughts, reactions, or comments also send them to me at

117 CESA 7 Attributes of a 21 st Century High School If you are interested in joining this effort, e- mail me at If not interested in joining this effort, but have thoughts, reactions, or comments also send them to me at

118 Questions/Comments


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