Ppt on 21st century skills assessment

Igniting 21st century learning ® ® © One-to-One Institute 2010 1 One-to-One Institute Leadership Session 1 Presented by: Leslie Wilson & Michael Gielniak,

Pre-assessment Results Variety of technology initiatives Undecided on platform and device Need for coordinated professional learning plan Need for shared vision Need for coordinated communications 9 Igniting 21st century learning ® ® © One-to-One Institute 2010 Coronado USD Mission Rigorous academic standards High expectations Coordinated curriculum Coronado Unified School District’s partnership with small, involved community Graduate students with the knowledge and skills necessary/


“ Developing Schools for the 21 st Century” WELCOME SUMMER SESSION West Virginia Institute for 21 st Century Leadership.

 Interdependent teaching roles  Teacher empowerment  Communication structures Leading Students into the 21st Century Human/Social Resources  Openness to improvement  Trust and respect  Supportive leadership  Socialization  Cognitive/skill base Leading Students into the 21st Century Core Business Shifts Fundamental Purpose Assessments Response to When Students Don’t Learn Work of Teachers Focus Leading Students into the 21st Century Schools are full of good players. Collegiality is about getting them/


ClassLink Presents New Skills for a New Century through Project-Based Learning.

December 2015 ClassLink, Inc. When checking grades online, students see course grades and 21st Century skill assessments. A Report Card That Matters 3015 December 2015 ClassLink, Inc. Getting to Self-Assessment (3) Let students see the grading criteria (rubrics) 3115 December 2015 ClassLink, Inc. Rubric 3215 December 2015 ClassLink, Inc. Getting to Self-Assessment (4) Have students demonstrate their mastery −Products −Presentations −ePortfolios 3315 December 2015/


21 st century literacy. Brain Storming  Do you think if we brought a student back from the 19 th century will he or she be able to identify and adapt.

. Students should be engaged in relevant and contextual problem- and project-based learning designed to develop 21st century skills and provided using a multi- disciplinary approach. 21 st century skills Informative Assessment: Identifies the types and systems of assessments schools need to develop to fully capture the varied dimensions of 21st century learning as well as the independent role students need to take on in monitoring and adjusting their/


Penelope’s Lead Teacher Interview EDU650: Teaching Learning and Leading in the 21st Century (NMA1514B) Instructor: Stephen Halfaker May 10, 2015 Ashford.

v=HcLMlY6R7RM Assessment for learningAssessment for learning International Society for Technology in Education. ISTE Standards Teachers. Retrieved from http://www.iste.org/docs/pdfs/20- 14_ISTE_Standards-T_PDF.pdf ISTE Standards TeachersISTE Standards Teachers Churches, A. (2009). Teaching skills: What 21st century educators need to learn to survive. Retrieved from http://www.masternewmedia.org/teaching-skills-what-21st-century-educators-need-to-learn-to-survive/ Teaching skills: What 21st century educators/


San Jose State University

, likes and dislikes and diet. They will discuss hunger based on the setting of the images. Assessment Presentational Students will create a public service announcement to address nutritional and / or hunger issues in their community. Aligning Food & Hunger Lesson Activities with 21st Century Skills Learning and Innovation Skills Creativity and Innovation Students will create a public service announcement to address nutritional and / or hunger issues/


Response to The Framework For Change: The Next Generation of School Standards, Assessments and Accountability October 2008 Presented Oct 2008 – plans subject.

Change How do we know students are achieving what is essential to compete in the 21 st century? How do we assess to inform instruction and evaluate knowledge, skills, performance, and dispositions needed in the 21st century? Presented Oct 2008 – plans subject to adjustments. A Comprehensive Balanced Assessment System Assessment LT 3 LT 5 LT 2 LT 4 Presented Oct 2008 – plans subject to adjustments. Current System/


21st CENTURY LEARNING: THE PROJECT APPROACH

standardized tests. SESSION OBJECTIVES Address these questions through Project Based Learning (PBL) as an instructional strategy to address state content standards and 21st Century Skills Share school wide strategies for assessing and reporting 21st Century skill development to students and parents. Share other school wide initiatives which support PBL and 21st Century Learning. So, with those questions, these are our objectives for this session. HIERARCHY OF NEEDS FOR A/


Response to The Framework For Change: The Next Generation of School Standards, Assessments and Accountability October 2008.

by Revised Bloom’s Taxonomy Aligned to 21st Century Skills Prioritized and Focused Measurable and Concise Essential Standards LT 1 LT 5 A Framework For Change The Essential Standards are the foundation. Essential Standards A Framework For Change How do we know students are achieving what is essential to compete in the 21 st century? How do we assess to inform instruction and evaluate knowledge/


January 2011 CPS CTE Approach to Student Assessment.

- Council for Aid to Education x100% Equipped for the Future Curriculumx 100% IHD Corporation Achiever Assessment* xTBD "The Ill Prepared Workforce" Report - Conference Board, Corporate voices for Working Families, Partnership for 21st Century Skills, and Society for Human Resourcesx 100% Illinois Consortium for 21st Century Learning Skills: Based on the 21st Century Skills Partnershipx 100% Illinois Learning Standards - ISBEx 95% Illinois workNetx 100% Junior Achievementx 100% Learning Resources Inc/


21st century learning EDUsummIT 2011. Rationale Technological developments Globalisation/ internatisation of economy – We need to prepare students for.

for jobs that do not yet exist – We need to prepare students to live in a multicultural global world New challenges: – Skills that help citizen’s to cope with and contribute to society in the 21st century Analysis of models of 21st century skills Partnership for 21 st Century Skills (P21) EnGauge Assessment and Teaching of 21st century skills (ATCS) National Educational Technology Standards (NETS) Technological Literacy Framework for the 2012 National/


Leading in the 21st Century

Leading in the 21st Century Phase I OD SWOT Survey – Over 900 Responses GCFOD survey sent to over 6000 members of OD Network, O.D. Institute, International Organization Development Association, NTL Institute and NJ OD Network to assess present weaknesses and /and consulting firms when building skills and competencies in multi-cultural sensitivity and diversity. “To whom do you/would you most likely turn for support in each of the following areas?” Leading in the 21st Century Sources of Expertise and /


21 st Century Innovation Team: Wallingford’s Plan of Action WPS 21st Century Innovation.

or schools within schools Structures and endorsements for career pathways Student leadership Service learning Connect with the community through mentors Development of core value rubrics and assessments of competency skills Design a Plan: High School First WPS 21st Century Innovation High School Traditional structure remains unchanged NEASC, Common core, SRBI DPI data- graduation and subgroups Research about dropouts AP and Remediation data Interviews, surveys/


Objectives Discuss rationale for teaching and learning 21 st Century Skills Provide process for looking more closely at Iowa’s 21 st Century Skills Examine.

are illustrated? 4.Think about possible connections to outcomes of the implementation plan. Supporting Instruction of 21st Century Skills  Educator professional development 21st century instruction Authentic assessments  Collaboration Among teachers and students Community  High expectations Each and every student Educators Community Supporting Instruction of 21st Century Skills (continued)  Expect a changing school environment Project-based learning Time allocation Student ownership of learning/


Academy District 20 21 st Century Cadre What We Learned.

2-3 guiding questions that you will be seeking answers to during your professional learning with the cadre. A Sampling of Guiding Questions ”What skills do we as 20th Century learners need to acquire in order to teach 21st Century Skills to 21st Century learners?” A Sampling of Guiding Questions ”How can I provide an enriching environment that allows students to take ownership of their learning and/


21 st Century Innovation Team: Wallingford’s Plan of Action WPS 21st Century Innovation Project 2013.

to learning Academies or schools within schools Structures and endorsements for career pathways Student leadership Service learning Connect with the community through mentors Development of core value rubrics and assessments of competency skills WPS 21st Century Innovation Project 2013 Design a Plan: High School First High School Traditional structure remains unchanged NEASC, Common core, SRBI DPI data- graduation and subgroups Research about dropouts AP/


Assessment, Professional Development and 21 st Century Skills Valerie Greenhill, Moderator Karen Bruett Pam Berger Stuart Kahl ASCD: San Antonio, TX March.

; and 5.Standards. Guiding Recommendations Assessment: 1.Build 21 st century skills into formative assessment strategies. 2.Create an aligned accountability system: all assessment strategies should align with 21st century skills standards, professional development and curriculum and instruction. 3.Consider ICT literacy assessment as a starting point. 4.Create open repositories for assessment items and rubrics that help measure 21st century skills. Guiding Recommendations Professional Development: 1/


Learning for 21st century skills in AFRICA. How does 21st century learning differ from current practice and models in African schools?

develop 21st century skills in teacher educators in Africa? Now we are in a stage of formalising virtual learning, and virtualising formal learning Suppose we do something really different... Suppose we re-classified knowledge ...it would be progress, but still not be enough We could start with the skills, then select and shape the substance, (but leave a lot open) and decide what to assess/


Engaging, Empowering, Educating and Preparing all students for the 21 st Century.

and lags. Teachers spend 50% of time inventing lessons & manually correct student work. More than 50% of teachers & students use 21st Century tools. Difficult to integrate - still a scavenger hunt for teachers who must invent curriculum and manually assess. Full integration of 21st Century learning skills & tools. C&A student centric and real time. Empowers, engages student. Teacher has more time - may change ratios. Total Delivery/


21 st Century Civic Literacy Rebecca Tinder Bowles Rice McDavid Graff & Love LLP Tom Tinder Executive Director West Virginia State Bar.

is civic literacy? Civic-related knowledge --historical and contemporary Cognitive and participatory skills --and associated behaviors Dispositions --motivations for behavior and values/attitudes 21st Century Civic Literacy Why is civic literacy so important in the 21 st Century? 21st Century Civic Literacy Two-thirds of students scored below "proficient" on the last national civics assessment administered in 2006, and 72% of 8th graders surveyed could not identify/


Academy District 20 21 st Century Cadre What We Learned.

2-3 guiding questions that you will be seeking answers to during your professional learning with the cadre. A Sampling of Guiding Questions ”What skills do we as 20th Century learners need to acquire in order to teach 21st Century Skills to 21st Century learners?” A Sampling of Guiding Questions ”How can I provide an enriching environment that allows students to take ownership of their learning and/


21st CENTURY SKILLS COURSE By Tim Kubik, Ph.D. with Ken Kay, Valerie Greenhill, and Maria Langworthy Unit 1: Understanding 21st Century Learning.

. Communication Clearly communicate expectations to students and model ways that they can communicate evidence of their 21st century learning. Collaboration Students, teachers, and parents form interdependent teams that encourage students to share responsibility for learning and integrate 21st century skills into the curriculum. Creativity Develop and implement learning activities and assessments that connect the curriculum to real-world problems and innovative solutions. Cross-Cultural Competence Engage/


Igniting 21st century learning ® ® © One-to-One Institute 1 Teaching & Learning in a One-to-One Environment 1 Muskegon August 16,17,18.

Institute Summative Assessment Determine what students know at a particular period in time Relate to content standards Accountability measure/grading process Determine the effectiveness of teaching approach or a program Determine student placement 21 Igniting 21st century learning TM © One-to-One Institute & Intel Other Instructional Best Practices 22 Igniting 21st century learning ® ® © One-to-One Institute Bloom’s Taxonomy of Higher Order Thinking Skills  Creating/


Defining 21st Century Skills: A Frameworks for Norfolk Public Schools NORFOLK BOARD OF EDUCATION Fall 2009.

reliable, as well as integrity, responsibility and ethical behavior. How can students succeed as 21st century learners in Norfolk?  6 Key Elements of 21 st Century Learning  Emphasize core subjects  Emphasize learning skills  Use 21st century tools to develop learning skills  Teach & Learn in a 21st century context  Teach & Learn 21st century content  Use 21st century assessments that measure 21st century skills Every student in the Norfolk Public Schools must be: A critical thinker A problem solver/


21 st Century Skills Paul Solarz. 21 st Century Skills Communication & Collaboration Communicate Clearly Articulate thoughts and ideas orally, written.

reveals that everyone has room for improvement. Begin with the End in Mind! http://psolarz.weebly.com/mr-solarz-eportfolio/teaching-and- assessing-21st-century-skills-communication http://psolarz.weebly.com/mr-solarz-eportfolio/teaching-and- assessing-21st-century-skills-communication http://psolarz.weebly.com/21st-century-assessment.html http://psolarz.weebly.com/mr-solarz-eportfolio/teaching-and- assessing-21st-century-skills-reflection-synthesis http://psolarz.weebly.com/mr-solarz-eportfolio/teaching-and/


Using 21st Century Tools to Teach 21st Century Skills.

experiences, bring world into classroom, go out into the world) 5. Teach and learn 21st Century content 6. Use 21st Century assessment that measures 21st Century skills (classroom assessments and standardized tests) Framework for 21st Century Learning Core Subjects and 21st Century Themes Life and Career Skills Learning and Innovation Skills Information, Media and Technology Skills Core Subjects English Reading/Lang Arts World Languages Arts Mathematics Economics Science Geography History Government Civics/


Technology’s Role in 21 st Century Learning Bob Pearlman

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 108319_Macros Technology’s Role in 21st Century Learning: NTHS StageStudents per Computer connected to Internet % of Rooms & Offices connected/


Assessment Platform Development Recommendations Building the Next Generation Assessment Platform – the Consortia Opportunity January 2011.

on the way in Education “I am calling on our nation‘s Governors and state education chiefs to develop standards and assessments that don‘t simply measure whether students can fill in a bubble on a test, but whether they possess 21st century skills like problem-solving and critical thinking, entrepreneurship and creativity.” -President Barack Obama, March 10, 2009 “Our education system at all/


Meeting the Challenges of Privacy in the Ontario Government

of a two part process to ensure that new initiatives meet privacy protection requirements (second part - privacy impact assessment) By incorporating the privacy design principles, project proposals will be developed whose business and systems details conform to /ON -- we must act NOW by: encouraging e-business in the private sector, and ensuring that Ontarians have the skills and confidence to excel in the new economy, using new technologies to make public sector service delivery and system management faster/


N.J.A.C. 6A:8 STANDARDS AND ASSESSMENT FOR STUDENT ACHIEVEMENT To prepare students for success in life, future education, and work in an economy driven.

at benchmark grade levels to further clarify expectations for student achievement Twenty-first century themes and skills integrated into all content standards areas District boards of education shall ensure that standards, assessments, curriculum, instruction, and professional development are aligned in a local support system that enables all students to achieve 21st century outcomes through the establishment of student-centered learning environments. In these 21 st/


Education for Life and Work: Developing Transferable Knowledge and Skills in the 21 st Century Committee on Defining Deeper Learning and 21 st Century.

students This shared endeavor now faces the challenge of responding to the call to develop “deeper learning” and “21st century skills” Study Context Shared investments in our children’s education contribute to the common good. Education is a shared endeavor/ research to more clearly define and develop assessments of 21st century competencies, particularly assessments of intrapersonal and interpersonal competencies. 21 8.As the State consortia develop new assessment systems to reflect the CCSS, they should/


Building Awareness of 21 st Century Skills Instructional Support Services: OCM BOCES Patrick Shaw, Lynn Radicello, Penny Williams, Jeff Craig, & Justine.

. These data provide a starting point for districts. Narrowing to a Manageable Number of Skills Use the assessment data (from step 2) to identify and prioritize a manageable number of skills to begin with. Consider district initiatives to ensure alignment and coherence. Many districts customize the Framework for 21st Century Skills to be parallel with district instructional frameworks and long-term vision. Planning All successful implementations/


1 Developing students’ 21st century skills: inquiry learning through collaborative teaching and social media 培訓 21 世紀學生的技能:探究式學習,協作教學和社會媒體的應用 Dr. Sam Chu,

implementing the strategies) GS group project English co-writing Study 3 15 Teaching strategies that foster students’ 21st century skills development - Collaborative Teaching Approach Research suggests that collaboration between different teachers promotes effective IBL (Thousand, et./ in supporting their students to avoid plagiarism? 67 Plagiarism in a HK secondary school ( 一間香港中學的抄襲問題 ) Plagiarism Assessment Scale ( 抄襲評估量表 ) 68 Remark: APA Publication Manual suggest to give a quotation for copying a block /


40 Web Tools for 21 st Century Skills Based on Bloom’s and 21st Century Skills.

Flexibility 3. INFUSE LEARNING Examples of Use See Socrative Draw Response Likert Scale Sort 21st Century Skills Critical Thinking Initiative Productivity Communication 4. KAHOOT! Examples of Use Quiz Game Competitive 21st Century Skills Critical Thinking Initiative Productivity Communication 5. QUIZBEAN Examples of Use Quizzes Exit Tickets Multiple Choice Formative Assessment 21st Century Skills Initiative Productivity Communication 6. QUIZLET Examples of Use Flashcards Learn Mode Spell What You/


Digital Culture and Educational Practice Digital Culture and Educational Practices 21 st Century Skills 6.

21 st Century Skills Each skill cluster is further broken down into representative skill sets, which offer guidance on recognizing student performance in developing the enGauge 21st Century Skills. Digital Culture and Educational Practice Methology The enGauge 21st Century Skills were developed/ learning, plan for the achievement of those goals, independently manage time and effort, and independently assess the quality of learning and any products that result from the learning experience. Digital Culture and/


Learning in the 21 st Century. Who is the digital native?

–Health and wellness awareness Results That Matter 21st Century Skills and High School Reform 2006 Vision for 21 st Century Learning Learning and Thinking Skills –Critical-thinking and problem-solving skills –Communication skills –Creativity and innovation skills –Collaboration skills –Contextual learning skills –Information and media literacy skills Results That Matter 21st Century Skills and High School Reform 2006 Vision for 21 st Century Learning Information and Communications Technology –The ability/


Carroll County Public Schools Developing 21 st Century Learners In collaboration with the Partnership for 21 st Century Skills.

in work and life in the 21st century. These outcomes include: Core Subjects and 21 st Century Themes; Learning and Innovation Skills; Information, Media, and Technology Skills and; Life and Career Skills. To achieve these 21 st Century outcomes, a 21 st Century support system must be established. The following elements are the critical systems necessary to ensure student mastery of 21st century skills. 21st century standards, assessments, curriculum, instruction, professional development and learning/


21 st Century Life and Careers Introduction to Standard 9.

) Civic Literacy; and (4) Health Literacy; From N.J.A.C. 6A:8 Standards & Assessment 21st Century Themes and Skills ii. Learning and Innovation Skills: (1) Creativity and Innovation; (2) Critical Thinking and Problem Solving; and (3) Communication and Collaboration Skills; iii. Information, Media and Technology Skills; and 21st Century Themes and Skills iv. Life and Career Skills: (1) Flexibility and Adaptability; (2) Initiative and Self - Direction; (3) Social and Cross/


Marlene Scardamalia Institute for Knowledge Innovation and Technology

Goals and learning progressions accessible to students Open knowledge spaces; communities build on and improve ideas Scaffold high level knowledge processes Curriculum Expert • Subject-Matter Expert • Assessment New Standards Teamwork--Build On, Reading, Reference, Search 21st Century Skills: Theory Development, Leadership, Risk Taking, New Ideas Leadership, Risk Taking Idea Diversity New Ideas Teamwork--Build On, Reading, Reference, Search Teamwork-Build On Teamwork-Read Teamwork/


Literacy in the 21st Century

information has doubled 2 years ago: technical information has doubled 1 hour ago: electronic information has doubled (Partnership for 21st Century Skills, 2007) Media or Critical Literacy Understanding how media messages are constructed, for what purposes and using which tools, / C Every Student Must be: Able to read and write Time on Task Standardization of teaching, learning & assessment Transmission of knowledge Over-emphasis on control Building learning from the part to the whole Lack of attention to /


Ken Kay, President Montana’s Challenge: Rethinking Education for the 21st Century Helena, MT September 20, 2010 Envisioning and Achieving a 21 st Century.

Montana Focus on key transformations. Focus on 21st century student outcomes. Focus on assessment. Focus on K-20 education. Think outside the… Overview FOCUS ON KEY TRANSFORMATIONS. Mean task input as percentiles of the 1960 task distribution Economy-wide measures of routine and non-routine task input (US) (Levy and Murnane) Global Innovation Economy 2010 Critical Skills Survey American Management Association, in conjunction with/


New Processes and Estimation Methods for Acquiring 21st Century Software-Intensive Systems of Systems for CS 510 Barry Boehm

exploratory systems –Bio-computing, nanotechnology, virtual reality –Skill-intensive rapid prototyping Acquiring 21st Century SISOS © USC CSE 2005 COCOMO Forum 200532 Emerging Scalable Spiral Process - For 21st century systems engineering and acquisition The C4ISR Metaphor for NCSOS Acquisition/-10 risk lists –Valuable both for overall software risk management and for compound risk assessment. Acquiring 21st Century SISOS © USC CSE 2005 COCOMO Forum 200577 SISOS Compound Software Risks (continued) Develop/


Information Literacy and the 21 st Century Academy.

NJ Administrative Code and would require universities to have a campus-wide information literacy plan that includes assessment (Oates, 2007). NJ Commission on Higher Education’s proposal to change state licensure regulations for college/22, 2007, from http://www.oclc.org/reports/perceptionscollege.htm http://www.oclc.org/reports/perceptionscollege.htm Partnership for 21st Century Skills. Retrieved October 22, 2007, from http://www.21stcenturyskills.org http://www.21stcenturyskills.org Rainie, L (2006, /


21st Century Skills in Minnesota TIES 2009 Education Technology Conference Leslie Yoder, Saint Paul Schools Julie Beddow-Schubert, Le Crescent-Hokah Schools.

subject matter mastery Mastery of one field Subject matter mastery Number of jobs Job requirements Teaching model Assessment model Are They Really Ready to Work Report 2006 Integration of 21st Century Skills into subject matter mastery Subject matter mastery New Skills Global competition●Global awareness ●Self-direction Global cooperation ●Global awareness ●Collaboration ●Information and communication technology literacy Information growth ●Information literacy ●Critical thinking ●Problem solving/


Meeting of the Minds: Practical Ideas for Information Literacy Collaborations in the 21st Century Meeting of the Minds: Practical Ideas for Information.

and librarians to develop research projects (Breivik, 2000). Take advantage of the Net generation’s tech savvy. Assessment can focus on student- created authentic information products, such as web pages, e- journals, blogs, / 2007, from http://www.oclc.org/reports/perceptionscollege.htm http://www.oclc.org/reports/perceptionscollege.htm Partnership for 21st Century Skills. Retrieved October 22, 2007, from http://www.21stcenturyskills.org http://www.21stcenturyskills.org Pennsylvania State University. (/


Meeting of the Minds: Practical Ideas for Information Literacy Collaborations in the 21st Century Meeting of the Minds: Practical Ideas for Information.

Standards for Higher Education “Information Literacy Competency Standards for Higher Education provides a framework for assessing the information literate individual. It also extends the work of the American Association of School /2007, from http://www.oclc.org/reports/perceptionscollege.htm http://www.oclc.org/reports/perceptionscollege.htm Partnership for 21st Century Skills. Retrieved October 22, 2007, from http://www.21stcenturyskills.org http://www.21stcenturyskills.org Pennsylvania State University. /


1 Integration of Skills in ELT: 21st Century Mark Krzanowski Plenary 1 Sultan Qaboos University ELT Conference 2008: 23-24 April Muscat, Oman LSHTM, University.

within integrated skills approach 21st century – enlightened eclecticism; Communicative Language Teaching + judicious touches of other methods and approaches 48 18. The place of grammar in the integrated skills approach 19. The integrated skills approach and vocabulary acquisition Grammar and vocabulary – prominent position in curricula, syllabi and schemes of work; taught explicitly or implicitly 22. Methods for assessing integrated skills 23. Challenges in the assessment of integrated skills Well/


1 1 EQAO Reporting of 21 st Century Skills Spring Conference 2013 Richard Jones & Carol Ricker-Wilson Presentation to AERO.

can be organized into six categories:  Communication*  Numeracy*  Critical Thinking and Problem Solving*  Personal Management* (attitudes and behaviours)  Interpersonal Skills  Information Management Background 6 EQAO’s 21st Century Skills Framework Samples of Ontario students also participate in national and international assessments that link to the 21st century skills: Pan-Canadian Assessment Program (PCAP) Progress in International Reading Literacy Study (PIRLS) Program for International Student/


Project 21st Century iLearn iPads for ELLs Christy Rockwell-Molnar, ESL Teacher Johnson Elementary School Henrico County

/ Increase reading fluency / Improve content area vocabulary and comprehension / Enhance students’ understanding of 21st Century skills in today’s workplace What are 21st Century Skills? http://www.p21.org/ Goal 1: Increase Reading Fluency / Record students’ reading aloud using “Quick Voice” App / Collect quarterly data using Rasinski’s “3-minute Reading Assessments” and Henrico Benchmark Assessments / Favorite reading apps are Reading A-Z leveled Readers, ibooks, Storymaker / Record/


1 108319_Macros 21st Century High Schools Bob Pearlman New Schools Project, North Carolina May 16, 2005 Download Slides at

win!” The initiative on how to make that happen is called The North Carolina Center for 21st Century Skills, and jumpstarts the beginning of a nationwide campaign to improve education to produce college graduates that are/ratios 40 108319_Macros 21st Century High Schools How can ICT support a 21st Century collaborative learning environment and support a learning community? 41 108319_Macros 21st Century High Schools TECHNOLOGY TOOLS FOR …  Learning  Curriculum  Communication  Assessment  Scalability* /


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