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New Technology High School: 21 st Century Learning Environment Bob Pearlman

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 5 108319_Macros 21st Century Learning: NTHS New Technology High School Napa, California http://www.newtechhigh.org/  Integrating technology/


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

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 students in learning/


21 st Century Skills In Education Presented By Uzma Farooqui DA Public School (O & A Levels)

21 st Century Skills In Education Presented By Uzma Farooqui DA Public School (O & A Levels) 20th Century Classroom vs. 21st Century Classroom 20th Century Classroom 21st Century Classroom A typical classroom – teacher-centered, fragmented curriculum, students working in isolation, memorizing facts. A classroom at the School of Environmental Studies A perfect example of real-life, relevant, project-based 21 st century education. Time-based Outcome-based Focus: memorization of discrete/


Environmental Education in the 21st Century Background material for CEDD Session May 21, 2009 Stephanie Pfirman, Barnard College Pfirman et al., Chronicle.

learn how to draw on multiple disciplines and recognize interdependence – Working in teams, link between 21st century skills and the pedagogy used to impart them 4. Authenticity – Appeal to existing interests – Integrate / life sciences (5) physical sciences Skills: (1) management skills (2) technical research and communication skills (3) cognitive skills (4) social research and communication skills (5) decision-making skills 20 CEDD Environmental Curriculum Study Survey Findings Relevant to Sustainability:/


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

required by diverse systems of education Specific attempt to address multiple curriculum structures required by diverse 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. 2.Work as an individual and as part/


+ 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/ of self and others is a disciplined way to maintain awareness + Summary 21 st Century Skills Curriculum Standards Essential Learnings Depth of Knowledge (DOK) Outcome Alignment (Federal, State, Local) /


Numeracy across the curriculum: A not-so-impossible dream? Merrilyn Goos The University of Queensland.

purposefully. (ACARA, General Capabilities in the Australian Curriculum, p. 25) 21st century numeracy Contexts Tools Mathematical Knowledge Dispositions 21st century numeracy Contexts Tools Mathematical Knowledge Dispositions Problem Solving Estimation Concepts Skills 21st century numeracy Contexts Tools Mathematical Knowledge Dispositions Problem Solving Estimation Concepts Skills Confidence Flexibility Initiative Risk 21st century numeracy Contexts Tools Mathematical Knowledge Dispositions Problem Solving/


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

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.Develop intensive teacher professional development programs that focus intentionally on/


1 108319_Macros 21st Century High Schools: The New Tech High Model Bob Pearlman and Mark Morrison Indiana Network of New Technology High Schools November.

21st Century Skills. Partnership for 21st Century Skills http://www.21stcenturyskills.org Released Wednesday, September 10, 2008 15 108319_Macros 21st Century High Schools: The New Tech High Model Assessment of 21 st Century Skills Partnership for 21st Century Skills http://www.21stcenturyskills.org 16 108319_Macros 21st Century High Schools: The New Tech High Model 21ST CENTURY SKILLS/other teachers. 46 108319_Macros 21st Century High Schools: The New Tech High Model CURRICULUM SHARING The Project Library /


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/


Classroom 2.0 Susan H. Gubing, CareerSmarts.com 1 Engage…….Empower……..Excite 21st Century Skills.

Learning SkillsThinking and problem solving Information and communication Interpersonal and self-direction Technology Tools Hardware/software; Internet AssessmentsMastery of content and skills validated by the use of technological tools. 33 34 Engage…….Empower……..Excite 21st Century Skills New Groups Plan 1 Curriculum Unit using: 21st Century Skills, Tools Assessments Simulation Printed resources Internet resources Computer software Group collaboration “Out of the box” thinking 35 Engage…….Empower……..Excite/


Intel ® Teach Program International Curriculum Roundtable Programs of the Intel ® Education Initiative are funded by the Intel Foundation and Intel Corporation.

States and other countries. *Other names and brands may be claimed as the property of others. 6 Module Topics: Teacher Training Day 1 (8 hours) Module 1: 21st Century Skills Module 2: 21st Century Approaches Module 3: The Student Curriculum Module 4: The Teaching Methodology (introduced) Day 2 (8 hours) Module 4: The Teaching Methodology (continued) Module 5: Word Processing Module 6: Spreadsheets Module 7: Facilitating/


21 st Century Skills and Mathematics: Preparing Every Child for the 21st Century ASSM 2009 Annual Meeting.

st Century skills into the mathematics curriculum Current Projects Standards revision Achieve mathematics benchmark revision 21 st Century Skills map for mathematics Sample Framework Food for Thought and Discussion What would 21 st Century skills look like in the context of a mathematics curriculum? Which 21 st Century skills are the most appropriate to integrate in mathematics? How would you incorporate creativity, innovation, and collaboration? What might a 21st Century skills mathematics curriculum look/


Transforming professional practice: Teaching numeracy across the curriculum Merrilyn Goos.

Confidence Flexibility Initiative Risk Representational Physical Digital 21st century numeracy Contexts Tools Mathematical Knowledge Personal and Social Citizenship Dispositions Work Problem Solving Estimation Concepts Skills Confidence Flexibility Initiative Risk Representational Physical Digital Critical Orientation Research study A one year action research study that investigated approaches to help teachers plan and implement numeracy strategies across all curriculum areas in Grades 6-9 20 teachers/


Creating Schools for the 21 st Century West Virginia Institute for 21 st Century Leadership.

to produce desired results.” Leading Students into the 21st Century Component 2 High Yield Practices “The Four Pillars ” “21 st Century high performing organizations share certain practices in curriculum, instruction, school effectiveness and student support/family and community connections. Leading Students into the 21st Century Pillars of the Frameworks…  Culture influences EVERYTHING  Curriculum – “Triangulation of 21 st century content, skills and tech tools”  Instruction – “Student as worker…teacher/


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

I am by title, the Students are the true leaders. Teaching skills: What 21st century educators need to learn to surviveTeaching skills: What 21st century educators need to learn to survive Penelope’s Classroom Management Plan /My Promises to My Students: I promise to my students to respect them every bit as much as they are expected to respect each other.  I will outline and discuss the classroom and curriculum/


The Role of PLCs in Advancing 21st Century Skills

improve student learning and our individual and collective professional practice. How Traditional Schools Approach 21st Century Skills The opening-day in-service program provides an overview of the rationale for and importance of 21st century skills. A copy of the 21st century skills and a recommended curriculum guide for teaching the skills are distributed to each teacher. Teaching 21st Century Skills Each student must be able to: • Develop and communicate ideas to others effectively/


Information Literacy and the 21 st Century Academy.

environment, and that schools must incorporate 21st-century skills such as critical thinking and problem solving, communication and self-direction, and computer and technology skills into the curriculum. But the upcoming presidential election, researchers/, 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 /


EDU 7211 SEAN FOX CARRIE MCDERMOTT A Quantitative Analysis of the Technology Available for 21 st Century Skills Photograph obtained via web at

. Marzano, R.; Waters, T.; & McNulty, B. (2005). School leadership that works: From research to results. Alexandria, VA: Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development and Aurora, CO: Mid-Continent Research for Education and Learning. Maurizio, Amelia; Wilson, John (2004). Policymakers and 21st century skills. T.H.E. Journal 32 (1), 28-30. References Morris, A. (1999). A retrospective on the civil rights movement: Political and/


21 st Century Skills Dawn Samples LLSOF July 2010.

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 /educational practices in the 21 st century?  Guideline One: Focus on “Big Ideas” in Core Subjects and 21 st Century Skills  Guideline Two: Assess Valued Outcomes in Appropriate Ways  Guideline Three: Map the Curriculum Backward Jay McTighe & Elliott Seif/


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

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 demonstrations of learning in products and performances. Promotes student inquiry and authentic demonstrations of learning in products and performances. Is driven by important Curriculum-Framing Questions that tie content standards and/


1 108319_Macros Designing the 21st Century Secondary Schools Bob Pearlman Director of Strategic Planning, New Technology Foundation

BASED LEARNING PBL vs. Doing Projects The Project is the Curriculum Creating a “Need to Know” Teacher Acts as a Coach Focus on Skills (ESLRs) 42 108319_Macros Designing the 21st Century Secondary Schools Project Management Teamwork 43 108319_Macros Designing the 21st Century Secondary Schools Oral Communication/Presentation Exhibition 44 108319_Macros Designing the 21st Century Secondary Schools 45 108319_Macros Designing the 21st Century Secondary Schools Schools as Workplaces for 21 st/


Integrating 21st Century Skills into the Math Curriculum November 11, 2009 ESU#3 Facilitated by: Pam Krambeck Debbie Schraeder.

, participants will connect with the K-12 scope and sequence literacy map for mathematics from the Partnership for 21st Century Skills with the newly adopted math standards. Ideas and activities for integrating 21st Century Skills into the math curriculum will be shared. Activities will include an overview of the 21st Century Skills, connecting 21st Century literacy maps to the math standards, and activities that utilize on-line math and collaboration tools. Participants/


1 108319_Macros Designing the 21st Century Secondary Schools Bob Pearlman Director of Strategic Planning, New Technology Foundation

BASED LEARNING PBL vs. Doing Projects The Project is the Curriculum Creating a “Need to Know” Teacher Acts as a Coach Focus on Skills (ESLRs) 35 108319_Macros Designing the 21st Century Secondary Schools Project Management Teamwork 36 108319_Macros Designing the 21st Century Secondary Schools Oral Communication/Presentation Exhibition 37 108319_Macros Designing the 21st Century Secondary Schools 38 108319_Macros Designing the 21st Century Secondary Schools Schools as Workplaces for 21 st/


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

Jersey Association of School Librarians. (2005). School Library Media Program: Catalyst for Efficient Implementation of Core Curriculum Content Standards, K - 12. Retrieved November 15, 2007, from http://njasl.org/documents/SLMP_000.pdf /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/


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

Students Access to a challenging and meaningful curriculum that prepares them for success in postsecondary education and the global economy. Five Areas of Implementation Science Social Studies 21 st Century Skills Literacy – Common Core Math – Common/ 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/


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

Jersey Association of School Librarians. (2005). School Library Media Program: Catalyst for Efficient Implementation of Core Curriculum Content Standards, K - 12. Retrieved November 15, 2007, from http://njasl.org/documents/SLMP_000.pdf /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/


Student Conferences BC February 2012 John Abbott, President The 21 st Century Learning Initiative It’s Your World to Shape, Not Just to Take Presentation.

of learning. Deprived of a real understanding of both pedagogy and policy they are simply parroting the latest curriculum directives. The 21st Century Learning Initiative - www.21learn.org E The problem is one of Synthesis Synthesis is the drawing together of/ print of their highly-vaunted political promises. Cognitive Apprenticeship. The development of our exquisite practical and theoretical skills goes right back into the mists of time when our ancestors learnt interactively as they struggled together to /


New Technology Foundation ™ www.newtechfoundation.org 21st CENTURY LEARNING: THE PROJECT APPROACH.

MASTERY New Technology Foundation ™ www.newtechfoundation.org SCHOOL PURPOSE 21st Century Skills as Learning Outcomes or Expected School Wide Learning Results (ESLRS) CRITICAL THINKING COLLABORATION ORAL COMMUNICATION WRITTEN COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY LITERACY CITIZENSHIP AND ETHICS CAREER PREPARATION CORE SUBJECT MASTERY New Technology Foundation ™ www.newtechfoundation.org INSTRUCTIONAL PRACTICES PBL vs. Doing Projects The Project is the Curriculum Creating a “Need to Know” Teacher Acts as/


The 21st Century Learning Initiative - www.21learn.org Antalya Symposium: Turkish Private Schools Association Rebuilding the Education System “Overschooled.

complete and generous education that which equips a man to perform justly, skillfully and magnanimously all the offices public and private of peace and war” (1644) The 21st Century Learning Initiative - www.21learn.org 42 John Milton: the theoretical and / learning. Deprived of a real understanding of both pedagogy and policy they are simply parroting the latest curriculum directives. The 21st Century Learning Initiative - www.21learn.org 70 The Growth of the Mind, and the Endangered Nature of Intelligence/


A N ANALYSIS OF THE S INGAPORE S OCIAL S TUDIES S ECONDARY CURRICULUM Does it meet the needs of a globalised world?

21st century skills for students How to increase Teacher Capacity To enhance teachers’ productivity in line with the 21 st century goals: The MOE should: Re-examine the time teachers spend on academic and non-academic assignments. Support curriculum / start with teacher quality, but part of being a quality teacher is knowing how to teach and assess with 21st Century skills.” ‘We must move from primarily measuring discrete knowledge to measuring students’ ability to think critically, examine problems, gather/


Curriculum Teaching& Learning Assessment ดร. เบญจลักษณ์ น้ำฟ้า รองเลขาธิการคณะกรรมการ การศึกษาขั้นพื้น ฐาน.

Curriculum Teaching& Learning Assessment ดร. เบญจลักษณ์ น้ำฟ้า รองเลขาธิการคณะกรรมการ การศึกษาขั้นพื้น ฐาน 21st Century Learning ทักษะชีวิตและ อาชีพ เรื่องสำคัญใน ศตวรรษที่ 21 วิชาแกน หลัก การประเมินใน ศตวรรษที่ 21 ทักษะการเรียนรู้ และการคิด การรู้ไอซีที Framework for 21st Century Learning The Partnership for 21st Century Skills has developed a vision for student success in the new global economy วิชาแกนหลักและเรื่องสำคัญใน ศตวรรษที่ 21 ความสามารถ ในการใช้ เทคโนโลยี ความสามารถ ในการคิด ความสามารถ ในการใช้ /


LIS Curriculum and Emerging Professional Competencies Marianita D. Dablio Department of Library and Information Science Mindanao State University Marawi.

-directed Why competencies: –Job description –Evaluation –Training needs –Human resource planning –Impact to LIS curriculum Inputs to the curriculum AGENDUM SIX What will be the evolving role of library educators, library schools, retooling providers, prof/, Meredith.Skills for the 21 st century librarianhttp://meredith.wolfwater.com/wordpress/index.php/2006/07/17/skills- for-the-21st-century-librarian/http://meredith.wolfwater.com/wordpress/index.php/2006/07/17/skills- for-the-21st-century-librarian/ Hallam/


21 st Century Skills Jason McLaughlin Kean University EMSE 2801-02.

October 2012. http://www.p21.org/ "Life and Career Education in the 21st Century." n.d. New Jersey Core Curriculum Content Standards. 14 October 2012. http://www.state.nj.us/education/cccs/standards/9/9.pdf "21st Century Skills." n.d. Wikipedia. 14 October 2012. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/21st_Century_Skills Ruddiman, Joan. Make 21st Century Skills Come Alive. Trenton, September 2009. Online Article. http://www.njea.org/news/


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.

and parents must be well versed in the 21st century skills that students need to acquire to be successful. Teachers should be able to make relevant and useful choices about when and how to teach them, and whether or not students are making progress toward their personal demonstration of accomplishment. 21 st century skills Relevant and Applied Curriculum: Offers an innovative vision of what the learning/


21st CENTURY LEARNING: THE PROJECT APPROACH

schools or SLCs. The next level is refocusing the purpose of a school around 21st century outcomes © New Technology Foundation 2006-2007 School Purpose 21st Century Skills as Learning Outcomes or Expected School Wide Learning Results (ESLRS) CRITICAL THINKING COLLABORATION / Activity Lecture Writing Exercise Textbook Activity PBL vs. DOING PROJECTS Projects: PBL: Students are pulled through the curriculum by a driving question or realistic problem that provides a “need to know” the material. Lectures and /


CURRICULUM DEVELOPMENT DEM - 332 Leo G. Adap. PREPARING STUDENTS IN THE 21 ST CENTURY SKILLS.

Nations. TECHNOLOGY IN EDUCATION There has been a shift in education away from technology as a subject to integrating technology across the whole curriculum so that students can use it as a tool to develop the key skills needed to be successful in the 21st century. These important skills are included in NETS for students (NETS-s) While it is important for children acquire the/


Training Managers for 21st Century Fisheries Queenstown, New Zealand December 5-7, 2001 Education and Training Overview: Are we responding to the challenge?

1 - Introduction Major demands on training and education in the 21st Century Increasing complexity and dynamic change Greater need for variety of skills and knowledge, critical thinking, systems thinking, problem solving, conflict /of Food Science processing & utilization (765 UG, 35 masters) ORGANIZATION Fisheries Management Programs - Analysis - part 3 Curriculum Flexibility (Required vs Elective Courses) Level of Flexibility TERM 1 Graduate Certificate in Fisheries Management  Economic Applications  /


Leading Online Technological Integration into the Curriculum Mark Deschaine, Ph.D. Assistant Professor, College of Education and Human Services Central.

Learners http://www.evolllution.com/opinions/ways-shift-instructional-practices-meet-21st- century-learners/ http://www.evolllution.com/opinions/ways-shift-instructional-practices-meet-21st- century-learners/ Curriculum Curriculum, Instruction and Pedagogy First … Technology http://dedwards.me/2014/02/15/pedagogy-first-technology/ Common Core 21 st Century Skills http://www.slideshare.net/dvndamme/21st-century-learners-demand-post-industrial-education-systems Organizational and Leadership Structure http/


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

discovery-based, and inquiry-based curricula Implement “real life” situations and hands-on learning Shape the curriculum with student internship experiences Build relationships and “animated mutual learning” between adults and students Provide an /social network 49 108319_Macros Designing the 21 st Century 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 /


A Library Programme Why now?. Reasons for development Curriculum needs a framework. Curriculum needs a VISION. Curriculum needs ESSENTIAL ELEMENTS that.

developments in the field (ISTE NETS, 21st Century Fluencies). Curriculum needs a unified continuum. Curriculum needs context in the current world. Curriculum needs benchmarks, scaffolding and identification of explicit skills. Curriculum needs outcomes. If it has all of/ tools Managing, prioritizing, planning Production of relevant, high quality products ICT and 21st Century skills Learning skills for information, communication, and media literacy Accessing and managing information Integrating and creating/


1 Citizenship in a Global Society: A Clarion Call for Social Studies Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development New Orleans 2008 Margit McGuire,

and Curriculum Development New Orleans 2008 Margit McGuire, Seattle University 2 Why teach social studies? To prepare students to: be informed and thoughtful participate in their communities act politically have moral and civic virtues such as concern for others, social responsibility and the belief in the capacity to make a difference. Civic Mission of Schools, 2003 3 Results that Matter: 21st Century Skills and/


Welcome High School Parents. How to Bring Our Schools Out of the 20th Century Sunday, Dec. 10, 2006 By CLAUDIA WALLIS, SONJA STEPTOE.

how to act on it," says Dell executive Karen Bruett, who serves on the board of the Partnership for 21st Century Skills. Becoming smarter about new sources of information. In an age of overflowing information and proliferating media, kids need to/, kreichard@hpsk12.net, 699- 3406 kreichard@hpsk12.net Economy/jobs/education College Admissions College Requirements Michigan Merit Core Curriculum Holt High School Requirements High Stakes Tests (ACT) Accumulated G.P.A. Scheduling Meetings Our students face both /


Disciplining and drafting, or 21 st century learning? Rachel Bolstad and Jane Gilbert New Zealand Council for Educational Research.

21st century learning? Rethinking the New Zealand senior secondary curriculum for the future. NZCER Press: Wellington © NZCER Metaphor 4: A networked campground 21 st century learning – what does it look like? 20th century learning Industrial Age 21st century/thinking, thinking ‘outside the square’; People, relationship, teamwork skills & EQ; 21 st century learning – what does it look like? 20th century learning Industrial Age 21st century learning Knowledge Age Deep knowledge of a few authoritative sources;/


© 2008 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved.Cisco ConfidentialPresentation_ID 1 Keynote: Curriculum Corporation Conference, Melbourne Michael Stevenson.

Education Response to Economy Pressure to Increase Access to/Equity of Wealth Through Skills Demands for Productivity Demands for Increased Skills © 2008 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved.Cisco Confidential 5 National Curriculum Conf Impact Education Is Changing The Learner Demands Improved Access Demands Improved Outcomes The Economy Demands New 21st Century Skills Demands Strong Basics Facing Large Scale Disruption In Need of a Bold and/


HCDE January 25, 2010 Standards for the 21 st Century Learner Suzanne Lyons Texas L4L Coordinator.

, 2010 HCDE January 25, 2010 HCDE January 25, 2010 HCDE January 25, 2010 The Key 21st Century Skill “Learning is what most adults will do for a living in the 21st century.” -S. J. Perelman (1949-1979) “We need to prepare kids for their future rather/ HCDE January 25, 2010 New Standards Represents current thoughts Responding to the impact of new technology Responding to widespread curriculum changes Based on learning expectations with focus on outcomes HCDE January 25, 2010 New Standards Designed to provide a/


21 st Century Skills for Education Leaders: How do we prepare our students for the new global economy? Partnership for 21 st Century Skills Teaching &

Focus – “Infuse 21 st Century knowledge and skills across all curricular and program areas” Budget items - Curriculum review cycle - Social/emotional learning - District technology plan What should school administrators do? Who is the Partnership and what is the Framework for 21 st Century Skills? What should state leaders do? What should school administrators do? What should education leaders do to support 21st century skills? Overview 1. Develop a/


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/


Lets Become a 21 st Century School Are you tired of the destruction caused by No Child Left Behind? Are you frustrated with standardized testing mania?

higher levels, they also develop critical global competencies and the seven survival skills for the 21st century which Tony Wagner identified in his book, The Global Achievement Gap.seven survival skills Retrieved from: http://www.21stcenturyschools.com/Global_Classroom.htm See the Possibilities The 21 st Century School We specialize in professional staff development and curriculum design. Our goal is to assist educators in creating schools and/


21st Century Teaching and Implementation Training: From Consumers to Producers.

pencil Courtesy of Susan Frierson from The Bach Center for Evaluation & Research Toward 21st Century Skills: The 21 st Century Classroom Students choose strategies to solve problems Students collaborate on projects and assignments Both/ Activities and Authentic Learning Experiences Supporting Teachers We Offer: Free technology Professional Development Engaging online skill videos, 24/7 Curriculum relevant and classroom-ready learning resources One stop for technology learning and integration. Goal To /


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