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Daretta L. Wilson EDU650: Teaching Learning and Leading in the 21st Century Instructor: Dale Kimball 9/29/2015 to 11/9/2015.

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 need to learn to survivehttp://www.masternewmedia.org/teaching- skills-what-21st-century-educators-need-to-learn-to-survive/ Combs, Dr. Jurgen. (16 June 2010).Writing your own Educational Philosophy. Common Core State Standards Initiative. (n.d.). Standards in your state. Retrieved/


Bob Pearlman 10th Annual Building Learning Communities Conference

21st Century Skills Partnership for 21st Century Skills Since the Partnership’s inception, our framework for learning in the 21st century focuses on measuring a student’s performance on all the elements of 21st century education. Partnership for 21st Century Skills http://www.21stcenturyskills.org 21ST CENTURY SKILLS/ Media Library Outdoor Benches Conference Rooms, Meeting Rooms, Commons Small and large conference rooms, Common studios, Commons Learning Plaza watering holes and caves Specialty Labs Graphic /


1 WEB 2.0 FOR THE 21ST CENTURY LEARNER EDUCAUSE ELive! October 2, 2008 Shelley Rodrigo Mesa Community College Veronica M. Diaz,

life processes? 4 Mapping Web 2.0 and 21st Century Skills Core Subjects 21st Century Themes Learning & Innovation Skills Information, Media & Technology Skills Life & Career Skills Partnership for 21 st Century Skills. (2008). 21 st Century Skills, Education & Competitiveness: A Resource and Policy / of your LMS? 22 Web 2.0 Institutional Support Within the institutional frame – Less, but most popular/common tools – Tool selection Out of the institutional frame – Supporting Web 2.0 with Web 2.0ish support/


Information Literacy and the 21 st Century Academy.

members of their communities” (Kean University, 2000). “Information literacy forms the basis for lifelong learning. It is common to all disciplines, to all learning environments, and to all levels of education. It enables learners to master/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, /


4 August 2003 21st Century Computing Curricula 1 Richard J. LeBlanc, Jr. Professor, College of Computing Georgia Institute of Tech nology Atlanta, Georgia,

emphasis Degree of applications emphasis Names on volumes commonly used in USA as degree program names Names on volumes commonly used in USA as degree program names 4 August 2003 21st Century Computing Curricula7 Common Elements of Volumes Identify a body of knowledge / systems of education 4 August 2003 21st Century Computing Curricula21 SE Outcomes Graduates of an undergraduate SE program must be able to: 1.Show mastery of the necessary body of knowledge and skills to begin practice as a software engineer/


Designing the 21 st Century Secondary Schools: Reinventing the High School Experience Bob Pearlman

Secondary Schools So what do schools look like where students get 21st Century Knowledge and Skills? 50 108319_Macros Designing the 21 st Century Secondary Schools Design Criteria Design Principles Design Elements Kids Needs: Safe Respect Personal Interests Program, Facility, Transitions, Exhibitions, Advisories, Technology, Projects, Portfolios, Internships, Size and Teams Personalization Common Learning Goals Adult World Immersion Performance-Based Student Work & Assessment Experience Real World Workspace/


FIVE IDEAS OF THE UNIVERSITY IN THE 21ST CENTURY IMAGINING INTERNATIONAL COOPERATION WITHIN THE BRICS COUNTRIES RUKMINI BHAYA NAIR Professor, IIT Delhi.

Indias brightest young minds, ● contribute to the transformation of IITD into a 21st-century science and engineering education institution, and ● work with partners within and outside/and students both at the Undergraduate and Postgraduate levels. Writing and Communication Skills courses are only one such example amongst many others of our efforts/members who focus on formal linguistics but also those who work on exploring the common foundations of language, emotion, and culture (funded by a major grant from /


Increasing the relevance of SAIs in the 21st Century 1 Tuesday 17 June 2014 Round 2 workshop Increasing the relevance of SAIs in the 21st Century – the.

each audit group has an integrated plan with a wider mix of assurance, focusing on common themes and strategic issues for example –Against the background of difficulties with a number of /skills: Audit groups have dedicated Directors, e.g. people DIRs/ knowledge and influence Directors. Different ways of working. Communities of practice. New people in. Greater impact through audit which adds value Increasing the relevance of SAIs in the 21st Century 12 Increasing the relevance of SAIs in the 21st Century/


100 Top Trends for the 21 st Century + 10 More Presented to the Minnesota Futurists 6 Sept 2008 David Keenan

location or time-will be common. IGF http://www.globalfuturist.com/about-igf/top-ten-trends/36-top-10-trends/57-top-ten-health-care-trends-for-the-21st-century.html Top Ten Nanotechnology Trends for the 21 st Century Nanotech enterprises will provide /-ten-robotic-trends-for-the-21st-century.html Top Ten Robotic Trends for the 21 st Century Human beings will adopt robotic human enhancements to achieve superhuman capabilities. Cyborgs-part human, part robot-will develop skills superior to natural humans to /


1 IT in Education: Skills 葉賜恩 Yip Chee Yan S.T.F.A. Lee Shau Kee College 2000.

Skills for Lifelong Learning 4 Basic Skillsskills to acquire knowledge –skills to acquire literacy, numeracy, analysis 4 Additional Skillsskills to analyse and organise the knowledge –skills to manage the knowledge and put it to good use. Learning to Know22 Challenge into the 21st Century/ and ecological welfare of the society –care for other living species –care for the livability of our common planet –care for the pursuit of truth, good and beauty –care for learning throughout life Learning to/


Assessment in an Undergraduate Environmental Studies Program: Focus on 21 st Century Skills Dave Gosselin and Sara Cooper Environmental Studies Program.

Program Key Program Attributes Program Redesign Initiated Fall 2008 Program Fully Implemented Fall 2010 ENVR Common Core Pre 5 SCH to Post 13 SCH Earth Systems Courses 12 Emphasis Areas Physical and Math Req. UNL – Environmental Studies Program Key Program Attributes “21st-century skills” “21-century learning” “21st-century education” Partnership of 21st Century Skills (P21) include, among others, the US Department of Education, the International Society for Technology in/


Www.tie.net Maximizing the Impact: What School Leaders Need to Know About Technology and 21st-Century Skills Presented by Dr. Julie Mathiesen TIE Director.

, teacher & administrator learning and productivity. Engage in discussion about common challenges related to technology usage in schools. www.tie.net Creating a 21st century education system is about making sure that all students are prepared to succeed in a competitive world It’s about maximizing the impact of technology to develop proficiency in 21st century skills, support innovative teaching and learning, and create robust education support/


From Students to Learners: New Learning Environments for 21st Century Learners PowerPoint Slides at

Communities Conference Boston, MA July 14, 2010 Assessment of 21 st Century Skills Partnership for 21st Century Skills http://www.21stcenturyskills.org 21ST CENTURY SKILLS DEFINED LEARNING & INNOVATION Creativity & Innovation Critical Thinking & Problem- solving/Alcoves Project Planning Rooms Media Library Outdoor Benches Conference Rooms, Meeting Rooms, Commons Small and large conference rooms, Common studios, Commons Learning Plaza watering holes and caves Specialty Labs Graphic Media Lab, Science /


 The roles of teacher and student should have been and always will be ever-changing roles. “Not only do teachers need to possess twenty first century.

. Students will learn the difference between things that they need and things that they want.  Common Core State Standards Initiative (2012). Retrieved from http://www.corestandards.org Common Core State Standards Initiative  Darling-Hammond, L., & Adamson, F. (2010). Beyond basic skills: The role of performance assessment in achieving 21st century standards of learning. Stanford Center for Opportunity Policy in Education. Retrieved from https://scale.stanford/


21st Century Literacy: What Teachers & Students Need to Succeed.

 http://www.ncte.org/positions/statements/21stcentdefinition http://www.ncte.org/positions/statements/21stcentdefinition Media Literacy: Critical Skills & Knowledge for the 21st Century  All media are constructions  Media uses unique language with their own set of rules  Media /literacy education throughout the curriculum, not just in English classes, and at all grade levels.  The new “Common Core” includes this in all curricular areas  Technology, and its use by students to produce their own media/


+ 21 st Century Skills and Academic Standards Kimberly Hetrick Berry Creek Middle School Eagle County School District.

Skills Information Literacy Media Literacy (Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) Literacy 4. Life and Career Skills Life and Career Skills + 21 st Century Skills Core Subjects and 21st Century Themes Mastery of core subjects and 21st century themes is essential for students in the 21st century/ a variety of sources, and is organized, documented, and presented using logical procedures Common fallacies and errors occur in reasoning Analyze media quality reasoning within media relies on supporting/


Teaching translation into the second language via the Wiki tool of the Blackboard Kazuki Morimoto University of Leeds 01/09/20101 Languages for the 21st.

20103 Languages for the 21st Century: Training, Impact and Influence, University of Sheffield Why L1 →L2 Translation? 1.Socio-cultural necessity (Campbell 1998)  Immigrants in Australia  Forestry in Finland 2.Training of professional skills 3.Pedagogical merits / into Japanese helps me to learn some useful phrases that are commonly used in writing composition. Student Survey Results 01/09/2010 Languages for the 21st Century: Training, Impact and Influence, University of Sheffield26 10. Please write/


Introducing the Iowa Core Providing Challenging and Meaningful Learning for Success in the 21st Century.

postsecondary education and the global economy. Five Areas of Implementation Science Social Studies 21 st Century Skills Literacy – Common Core Math – Common Core Science Incorporates Science as Inquiry, Physical, Earth and Space, and Life Sciences / to assure essential subject matter is taught and essential concepts and skill sets for content areas of literacy, mathematics, science, social studies, and 21st century skills are learned. Educates teachers in Characteristics of Effective Instruction. Iowa Core/


Course Technology | Delmar | Gale | South-Western Digital Literacy and Workplace Readiness Preparing Your Students with 21 st Century Skills BAM Conference.

Presenter: Trish Bobst, National Curriculum Specialist  What is Digital Literacy  21 st Century Skills  Washington’s Work-Based Learning  Common Core Standards  Ways to integrate into CTE courses Agenda Agenda Agenda Agenda Agenda Course Technology/, collaborate, use technology, and be globally competent.” -- Partnership for 21st Century Skills Some of the Member Organizations: Cengage and the Partnership for 21 st Century Skills Course Technology | Delmar | Gale | South-Western  Use technology as/


WNY School of Work Based Learning Institute TEAM WORK AND COLLABORATION ENABLING ALL LEARNERS TO EXCEL 21st CENTURY “As the needs of the business community.

TEAMWORK AND COLLABORATION 21st CENTURY TEAM ETIQUETTE  Work collaboratively and cohesively  Be sensitive to others  Follow team work rules  Achieve a common goal. ENABLING ALL LEARNERS TO EXCEL TEAMWORK AND COLLABORATION 21st CENTURY  Commitment to / your ideas and other’s ideas  Use effective intra-personal and interpersonal skills COMUNICATION 21st CENTURY ENABLING ALL LEARNERS TO EXCEL TEAMWORK AND COLLABORATION 21st CENTURY  Putting yourself in someone’s shoes  Sharing ideas  Be relaxed/


Webinar Protocol 21 st Century Skills North Carolina Department of Public Instruction.

discuss integration of the 4Cs Decide next steps for your schools in creating 21 st Century classrooms 21st Century Skills...Why? 21 st Century Skills Defined http://answergarden.ch/view/32092 New School Hopeful Skeptic Old School Are You Old /back in return. Communication Abilities Source: www.thoughtfullearning.com Collaborating is working together with others to achieve a common goal. Collaboration Abilities Source: www.thoughtfullearning.com How does This “tie” into the North Carolina Teacher Evaluation/


1 Proposals for An Effective 21st Century Army (Part 3 of 3) Donald E. Vandergriff (MAJ, USA) Version 5, 5 June 1999 “Machines Don’t Fight Wars, People.

Hostile Regions). Rise of 4th Generation Warfare => Increased Need for Irregular Warfighting Skills/Capabilities in Close Quarters Combat & Small Unit Operations Among State/Non- / need for trust, mutual respect, and empowerment. “Can-do’ ethic” overrode common sense; everyone is afraid to say no. Dr Faris Kirkland (WRAIR) …/A New Organizational Structure The Current Organizational Structure is to Large for the 21st Century: “middle level base operations … duplicate higher and lower headquarters functions. /


21 st Century Skills Dawn Samples LLSOF July 2010.

what LSDO learners say… http://www.p21.org 21 st Century Skills Rethinking How Students Learn  This anthology introduces the Framework for 21st Century Learning from the Partnership for 21st Century Skills as a way to reenvision learning and prepare students for a/diverse teams Exercise flexibility and willingness to be helpful in making necessary compromises to accomplish a common goal Assume shared responsibility for collaborative work, and value the individual contributions made by each team member /


P B L (Project Based Learning) The Themes Using technology effectively in the classroom to promote 21st century skills. Using technology effectively.

approaches to engage students in authentic work and develop. 21st century skills of collaboration Problem solving Critical thinking Student-centered, instructional model. Develops content area knowledge and skills through an extended task. Promotes student inquiry and authentic /of study. Teams of teachers from different subjects can use their own unique Unit Questions to support one common, unifying Essential Question across the team. Pose problems or serve as discussion starters that support the Essential/


Learning4Life School Library Media Programs & 21 st Century Learners.

for information & technology literacy skills A learning commons for students Information expertise In the library, students: School Library Programs Reconsidered and Relevant Use digital tools Access a variety of resources Collaborate Explore & Inquire Ask questions Create & produce Solve problems Learn multiple literacies References School Library Programs Reconsidered and Relevant American Association of School Librarians. 2007. “Standards for the 21st-Century Learner.” http://ala.org/


INFOhio’s Learning Commons with Your LPDC: A Self-Directed Way to Become the Tech- Savvy Educator.

? …or keep up with these changes? 1. Individual exploration (no cost) 2. Local professional development (no cost) 3. Certificate(s) of completion (cost) 4. 21st Century Skills Certificate (cost) 5. Graduate credit (cost) CEU / Credit options INFOhio’s 21st Century Learning Commons INFOhio’s 21st Century Learning Commons 28 Glogster posters LPDC Proposal In partnership with NWOET In partnership with NWOET Graduate Credit Vision Self-directed project ◦ 21 st/


6 Steps to Implement 21st Century Skills Increasing Awareness It is important that all members of the educational community understand and.

(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. 6 Steps to Implement 21st Century Skills Planning All successful implementations begin with a common set of definitions. Using a protocol developed by Allison Zmuda/


Main. Unit 7 China in 21st Century Unit7-main Part A Listening Part B Viewing, Listening and Speaking Part C Speaking Workshop Part D Quiz Getting Ready.

. What will the tourism be like in China in the 21st century? Unit 7 China in 21st Century Part A Listening-main Section B Listening Practice Section A Listening Skills Unit 7 China in 21st Century Task One Pronunciation SA-Task One1 Read after the recording,/countryside in order to work in the cities. (1) (2) QuestionsAnswers Unit 7 China in 21st Century SC III. Watching and Speaking2 What is the common phenomenon happening across China? According to Jia Dongyuan, why are young people so lucky today? People/


When last we met… Presentation about: What we assess/grade? What are some common practices that impact assessments and grades? How do we assess/grade?

letter grades are teacher dependent: school, grade, department, subject…. Skills and Knowledge 21st century skills Habits Of Mind/Student Skills Two of the three areas represent:  21st Century Skills  Creativity, innovation  Critical thinking and problem solving  Communication /What data do we use to support our standards for the student skills/student learning behavior section?  Do we explicitly teach student skills?  Do we use a common language?  Do we have descriptors that make it understandable? /


21 st Century Knowledge and Skills: Reinventing the School Experience Bob Pearlman

Skills, U.S. Department of Labor A Nation of Opportunity: Building Americas 21st Century Workforce, 2000, 21st Century Workforce Commission, U.S. Congress Preparing Students for the 21st Century, 1996, American Association of School Administrators 28 108319_Macros 21 st Century Knowledge and Skills/ all programs and access from home for students and parents. Integration across courses and common development of students 21 st century skills. Target Tech 4 -- Replication and Dissemination 1 to 1 100% or more; /


True Technology Integration 21 st Century Learning.

Get with another pair. What do the three examples just given to you have in common? Activity #3: Commonalities Active Collaborative Constructive Conversational Contextualized Intentional Reflective Rich collection of primary sources Technology-Enhanced Environments In/just learned about 21st century literacies and the 21st century way of teaching and learning, what actions can you take in order to help educators provide students the opportunities to master these critical 21 st century skills? 1-Create/


21st Century Community Learning Centers Program

and recreational activities are the most common services offered by programs. (Afterschool Alliance, 2010) * Data courtesy of the/music, dance, drama, recreation, mentoring, technology, and character education programs. 21st Century Community Learning Centers Main Focus Keeps Kids Safe Provide Academic Assistance Support Working /of afterschool programs. PARENT SATISFACTION Top Benefits of afterschool programs – Social skills. Keeping kids safe. Provide opportunity to be physically active. Helping their /


Connecting With Our 21st Century Learners

North Carolina goals and professional standards Observe and analyze model lessons developed by North Carolina teachers Apply 21st century skills and use Web 2.0 tools to develop a lesson that aligns to the Common Core and North Carolina Essential Standards and requires students to model and apply 21st century skills. Collaborate to critique the lessons developed in this module and provide suggestions for strengthening them. Activity/


Framework Feedback: What We Are Already Doing. Theme 1: CURRICULUM FRAMEWORK FOR 21ST CENTURY 1. Common Pacing Guides with embedded 21 st Century skills.

Framework Feedback: What We Are Already Doing Theme 1: CURRICULUM FRAMEWORK FOR 21ST CENTURY 1. Common Pacing Guides with embedded 21 st Century skills (19) 2. County-wide Literacy Program (23) 3. 21st Century Thinking Skills for students to develop life-long learners (11) 4. Interdisciplinary units - Wholistic approach to teaching the child (10) Develop curriculum cards for the aligned Standards of Learning (ASOLs) (5) 5. /


21st Century Skills: Taking on a New Urgency in Education Shawnee Mission School District Presentation August 9 th, 2012 Joyce Huser, presenter Kansas.

21st Century Skills: Taking on a New Urgency in Education Shawnee Mission School District Presentation August 9 th, 2012 Joyce Huser, presenter Kansas State Department of Education Common Core Fine Arts Standards 21 st Century Art Skills Map Workforce Ready Integration Educating for the 21 st Century As you may know, many states are partners in the Partnership for 21 st Century Skills, a national organization that advocates for 21/


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

Unprecedented 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/ ? person-years (PY) Sensing 500 PY Vehicles 500 PY Common 400 PY Infrastructure 600 PY Command & Control 1000 PY Acquiring 21st Century SISOS © USC CSE 2005 COCOMO Forum 200558 Constructive System-of-/


Highland Park Elementary School Santa Clarita, California Section 1: Effective teaming strategies and results from a 21 st Century Learning Team.

plan lessons, develop assessments, and have fun together. Highlands Elementary Part II: Goals and team time Team goals Common norms, agreements and learning beliefs To challenge each other professionally to get the best out of our students. To/our own materials. We actively use technology to further our learning. 2: 21 st Century content 3: Learning and thinking skills Review the skills online www.21st centuryskills.org 4: Information and communications technology literacy In our team infancy we quickly /


Criminal Justice Today: An Introductory Test to the 21st Century Frank Schamalleger The Courts: Structure and Participants Chapter 9 Copyright ©2011, 2009,

that “Every man could serve as his own lawyer.” “Common peacemakers” served as referees in disputes. Their decisions were binding. Criminal Justice Today: An Introductory Test to the 21st Century Frank Schamalleger Copyright ©2011, 2009, 2007, 2005 by/ An Introductory Test to the 21st Century Frank Schamalleger Copyright ©2011, 2009, 2007, 2005 by Pearson Education, Inc. publishing as Pearson [imprint] Expert Witness Expert witnesses have special knowledge and skills in an established profession or technical/


Criminal Justice Today: An Introductory Test to the 21st Century Frank Schamalleger Prisons Life Chapter 14 Copyright ©2011, 2009, 2007, 2005 by Pearson.

greater literacy skills. –House females in separate facilities. –Develop programs allowing women to keep children in the facility. –Ensure equal access to assistance with programming. Criminal Justice Today: An Introductory Test to the 21st Century Frank Schamalleger/ a neutral approach— commonly called the hands-off doctrine—toward the running of prisons. Rested on the belief that inmates experienced civil death. Criminal Justice Today: An Introductory Test to the 21st Century Frank Schamalleger Copyright ©/


Principled Assessments of 21st Century Skills across Disciplines in a Community College Curriculum Louise Yarnall SRI International Jane Ostrander Foothill-DeAnza.

compilers and language Bioinformatics involves databases, engineering involves spreadsheets and experiment, and programming involves compilers and language Definitions of learning outcomes 21st century skills involve learning: technical content knowledge and skills technical content knowledge and skills common ways of applying that knowledge in the real world common ways of applying that knowledge in the real world Engaging in knowledge application builds other, deeper forms of knowledge: blending/


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

use effectively the needed information." 1 1 Information literacy forms the basis for lifelong learning. It is common to all disciplines, to all learning environments, and to all levels of education. It enables learners to/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 Pennsylvania State University. (2007/


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.

The presenter will look at the degree of integration of skills in teaching English for General, Academic and Specific Purposes in the 21st century and will review the most relevant methods, approaches and /skill’ (reading, writing, speaking, listening, pronunciation, research skills, vocabulary) 25 Semi-integrated approaches to skills delivery - commonly held view: certain skills go together or are almost inseparable (e.g. reading & writing or listening & speaking) - probably a good solution to skills/


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

, informal learning institutions, taxpayers, parents, and 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, including schools, teachers, nonprofit groups, informal learning institutions, taxpayers, parents, and the students themselves. Business and educational leaders/


Narrowing to a Manageable Handful of 21 st Century Skills Instructional Support Services: OCM BOCES Patrick Shaw, Lynn Radicello, Penny Williams, Jeff.

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 begin with a common set of definitions. Using a protocol developed by Allison Zmuda, stakeholders work/


21st Century Teaching and Learning! Ann Llewellyn Joanne Rowe WELCOME.

) Tag it 21tl Click Create Click Upload Files Click Save Lesson Design Assignment Using the template, design a lesson to use in your classroom that includes the following components: 21st Century Skills Standards and Objectives (Common Core, GLCEs) Bloom’s Taxonomy, Differentiation, Multiple Intelligences… Resources on the Wiki page under Websites Go to 21stcenturyteachingandlearning2.wikispaces.com Sign-in Create a new page Use digital/


Effective Lesson Planning and Design Richelle Lee Vose Ashford University August 10, 2015 Education 650: Teaching Learning and Leading in the 21 st Century.

out, and orally explaining why (e.g., 96 rounds to 100, 33 rounds to 30). References:  Common Core State Standards Initiative (http://www.corestandards.org/) Common Core State Standards Initiative  Darling-Hammond, L., & Adamson, F. (2010). Beyond basic skills: The role of performance assessment in achieving 21st century standards of learning. Stanford Center for Opportunity Policy in Education. Retrieved from https://scale.stanford.edu/system/


21 st Century Leadership Educational Disadvantage – A focus on School Leadership.

creative and service aspects of leadership Skills and ability are more important than status Involves people in building a positive culture Leaders throughout the organisation The sharing of power 21st Century Leadership MEMBERS OF ANY GROUP Need /respect them, see their worth and potential, and involve them, we can come to share a common vision” Stephen Covey: The 8 th Habit 21st Century Leadership POSITIVE CULTURE  LEADERSHIP PERMEATES  SUCCESS IS CELEBRATED AND RECOGNISED  HONESTY, OPENESS ARE EVIDENT/


Leadership in 21st Century Higher Education: Becoming a Diamond University John Stewart March 2011.

administration, faculty, and staff to most effectively implement Reformed Christian, Learning-focused ways to serve the 21st century needs of our students and families. ◦ Diamond thinking extends the transformation to every part of UD/Christian higher education. ◦ Academic: Doctorate in Student Life content, firm grasp of UD cultural identity, practical skills + common sense, professional involvement, Learning-focused ◦ Stewardship: Sustainability focus, healthy lifestyle, financial health ◦ Community: /


Expert Group on New and Renewable Energy Technologies (EGNRET) APEC 21 st Century Renewable Energy Development Initiative Cary Bloyd Argonne National Laboratory.

of Needs Assessment Identification of Available Training Resources Bridging the Skills Gaps Training Resource Allocation –Development and Implementation of a System/common prosperity This plan will be endorsed by the APEC Leaders this month –Renewable Energy – Support the development and deployment of more economically viable new and renewable energy technologies by encouraging information exchange, technology transfer, capacity building, market development and other cooperation under the 21st Century/


Seven Survival Skills for the 21st Century From Tony Wagner’s The Global Achievement Gap.

Wagner’s The Global Achievement Gap Objectives Become familiar with the seven critical 21st century skills outlined by Tony Wagner. Tony Wagner The Seven Survival Skills for Careers, College, and Citizenship 1.Critical Thinking and Problem Solving 2.Collaboration/-world-flat-mean-education 3-Name some examples of good leaders that lead by influence? What characteristics do they have in common? Internet research Agility and Adaptability Able to work when the right answer isn’t there or when there isn’t a /


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