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1 Technology’s Role in 21 st Century Learning Bob Pearlman ISAS Head’s Meeting Fort Worth, Texas November 3, 2003

2 _Macros Technology’s Role in 21st Century Learning: NTHS TECHNOLOGY LITERACY COLLABORATION CRITICAL THINKING ORAL COMMUNICATION WRITTEN COMMUNICATION CAREER PREPARATION CITIZENSHIP AND ETHICS CURRICULAR LITERACY (CONTENT STANDARDS) _______________________ Low Medium High Importance Learning Outcomes

3 _Macros Technology’s Role in 21st Century Learning: NTHS Released Monday, July 7, At NECC

4 _Macros Technology’s Role in 21st Century Learning: NTHS So what do schools look like where students get 21st Century Knowledge and Skills?

5 _Macros Technology’s Role in 21st Century Learning: NTHS StageStudents per Computer connected to Internet % of Rooms & Offices connected to Internet Stage Characteristic Early Tech More than 10More than 25%; Dial-up on some Beginnings. Little student or teacher use. Developing Tech 10 or less50% or more; Direct connectivity Early implementation mainly by pioneer teachers. Some student use, 3-4 times weekly. Advanced Tech 5 or less75% or more; Direct connectivity and Adequate Bandwidth Moderate to large numbers of computers for both teachers and students, daily use, isolated by class and grade. Some common uses and personal applications. Target Tech 1 to 1100% or more; Direct connectivity and Adequate Bandwidth Digital content, online courses. Anytime, anywhere professional development, Integration across all courses and subjects. Mastery by students of 21 st century skills. 100% alignment of standards, curriculum, and assessment. 100% integrate digital strategies in assessment. Measure 100% of the entire range of 21 st Century skills. Stages of Educational Technology Implementation CEO Forum STaR Chart

6 _Macros Technology’s Role in 21st Century Learning: NTHS StageStudents per Computer connected to Internet % of Rooms & Offices connected to Internet Stage Characteristic Early Tech More than 10More than 25%; Dial- up on some Beginnings. Little student or teacher use. Developing Tech 10 or less50% or more; Direct connectivity Early implementation mainly by pioneer teachers. Some student use, 3-4 times weekly. Advanced Tech 5 or less75% or more; Direct connectivity and Adequate Bandwidth Moderate to large numbers of computers for both teachers and students, daily use, isolated by class and grade. Some common uses and personal applications. Target Tech 1 -- Ubiquitous 2 to 1 or less100% or more; Direct connectivity and Adequate Bandwidth Large numbers of Computers for both teachers and students. Use in most classes and subjects on a daily basis. Target Tech 2 -- Early Network Effects 1 to 1Widespread use of common platforms like student lessons and administrative applications. Common network folders. Target Tech 3 -- Significant Network Effects 1 to 1100% or more; Direct connectivity, Adequate Bandwidth, Home Access Managed e-Learning Environment. Schoolwide Intranet for all programs and access from home for students and parents. Integration across courses and common development of student’s 21 st century skills. Target Tech 4 -- Replication and Dissemination 1 to 1100% or more; Direct connectivity, Adequate Bandwidth, Home Access, Web Hosting Mature managed e-Learning Environment. School instructional and communication resources available 24/7 to students, teachers, and parents. Ready for replication to and use by other schools. Stages of Educational Technology Implementation

7 _Macros Technology’s Role in 21st Century Learning: NTHS Target Tech 1 -- Ubiquitous 2 to 1 or less 100% or more; Direct connectivity and Adequate Bandwidth Large numbers of Computers for both teachers and students. Use in most classes and subjects on a daily basis. Target Tech 2 -- Early Network Effects 1 to 1 Widespread use of common platforms like student lessons and administrative applications. Common network folders. Target Tech 3 -- Significant Network Effects 1 to 1 100% or more; Direct connectivity, Adequate Bandwidth, Home Access Managed e-Learning Environment. Schoolwide Intranet for all programs and access from home for students and parents. Integration across courses and common development of student’s 21 st century skills. Target Tech 4 -- Replication and Dissemination 1 to 1 100% or more; Direct connectivity, Adequate Bandwidth, Home Access, Web Hosting Mature managed e-Learning Environment. School instructional and communication resources available 24/7 to students, teachers, and parents. Ready for replication to and use by other schools. Stages of Educational Technology Implementation

8 _Macros Technology’s Role in 21st Century Learning: NTHS New Technology High School Napa, California  Integrating technology into every class  Interdisciplinary and project-based  Internship class consisting of classroom curriculum and unpaid work in technology, business or education  Digital Portfolio

9 _Macros Technology’s Role in 21st Century Learning: NTHS New Technology HS LEARNING OUTCOMES TECHNOLOGY LITERACY COLLABORATION CRITICAL THINKING ORAL COMMUNICATION WRITTEN COMMUNICATION CAREER PREPARATION CITIZENSHIP AND ETHICS CURRICULAR LITERACY (CONTENT STANDARDS)

10 _Macros Technology’s Role in 21st Century Learning: NTHS Methodology: Teaching Strategies At the core of the NTH Learning System’s methodology is a student centered, project and problem based teaching strategy that is tied to both content standards and school wide learning outcomes.

11 _Macros Technology’s Role in 21st Century Learning: NTHS January 15, 2003 Project-Based Learning: a Primer By Gwen Solomon Walk into team teachers Mike Smith and Jetti Matzke’s interdisciplinary classroom at Napa New Technology High School in California and you will see students at work-writing in online journals, doing research on the Internet, meeting in groups to plan and create Web sites and digital media presentations, and evaluating their peers for collaboration and presentation skills. This setting and these types of activities have a name and a purpose. It's called project- based learning, and it's designed to engage students and empower them with responsibility for their own education in ways unheard of in traditional classrooms.

12 _Macros Technology’s Role in 21st Century Learning: NTHS COMMON MISCONCEPTION Technology is the Tool, Not the Focus Less than 20% of our students are interested in pursuing a career in technology.

13 _Macros Technology’s Role in 21st Century Learning: NTHS AMERICAN STUDIES United States History American Literature SCIENTIFIC STUDIES Algebra II Physics POLITICAL STUDIES Government/Economics Political Literature 2 teachers, 40 students, meeting for 2 hour blocks each day INTEGRATED COURSES

14 _Macros Technology’s Role in 21st Century Learning: NTHS DIGITAL MEDIA COLLEGE COURSES SENIOR PROJECTS PROFESSIONAL PORTFOLIOS INTERNSHIPS & COMMUNITY SERVICE ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS

15 _Macros Technology’s Role in 21st Century Learning: NTHS TECHNOLOGY TOOLS FOR …  Learning  Curriculum  Communication  Assessment  Scalability* Computerized Tutorials On-Line Curriculum E-Library Academic Systems Document Libraries Project Design Template Project Standardization Digital Textbooks Student Parent E-Bulletin Online Curriculum Internship Coordination Digital Gradebooks Student Journals Collaboration Database Learning Logs PBL Unit Library Customizable Templates Support Databases Account Management

16 _Macros Technology’s Role in 21st Century Learning: NTHS TOOLS: PROJECT BRIEFCASE The Project Briefcase allows teachers to put all project materials in one spot for easy student access and to share with other teachers.

17 _Macros Technology’s Role in 21st Century Learning: NTHS The New Technology Project Library We have assembled a collection of projects created by teachers trained in PBL unit development, reviewed, and tested in the classroom. These projects can be downloaded and modified by any teacher with a connection to the internet.

18 _Macros Technology’s Role in 21st Century Learning: NTHS TOOLS: COURSE AGENDA The Course Agenda helps keep complicated projects organized.

19 _Macros Technology’s Role in 21st Century Learning: NTHS Teachers enter activities for each day including links to resources and homework assignments.

20 _Macros Technology’s Role in 21st Century Learning: NTHS TOOLS: PEER COLLABORATION EVALUATOR Students submit evaluations using a standardized rubric for the whole school.

21 _Macros Technology’s Role in 21st Century Learning: NTHS TOOLS: PRESENTATION EVALUATION DATABASE

22 _Macros Technology’s Role in 21st Century Learning: NTHS

23 _Macros Technology’s Role in 21st Century Learning: NTHS

24 _Macros Technology’s Role in 21st Century Learning: NTHS COMMUNICATION TOOLS STUDENT DATA COLLECTION CURRICULUM LIBRARY DIGITAL PORTFOLIO NTHS GRADEBOOK COLLABORATION EVALUATOR DISCUSSION BULLETIN BOARDS What is the Learning System? The NTH Learning System ™ is a set of tools and technologies that support a student-centered, project- and problem-based learning environment.

25 _Macros Technology’s Role in 21st Century Learning: NTHS Personalization Projects Exhibitions Digital Portfolios Internships Technology Reinvent the School Experience!

26 _Macros Technology’s Role in 21st Century Learning: NTHS Bob Pearlman "New Ingredient for Student Success: Social Networks" “Reinventing the High School Experience“


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