Presentation on theme: "Master Teacher Academy June 21-25, 2010"— Presentation transcript:
1 Master Teacher Academy June 21-25, 2010 Welcome!Cover for binders, dividersSyllabusList of participantsChecklist, Lesson Analysis, Template, RubricAcademy GoalsMaster Teacher AcademyJune 21-25, 2010Funded by South Dakota Department of EducationEnhancing Education Through Technology Program
2 Logistics Bathroom Breaks Lunch Parking Internet access Who to ask for help
3 Credit University of Sioux Falls EDU 548T Master Teacher Academy Credit Hours = 2 grad creditsCost = $40 per credit hour ($80 total)Textbook(s) - coming
4 Expectations Attend and Participate in all activities Checklist (for your use)
5 MTA Grant Goals Increase student achievement Increase teachers’ level of technology integrationIncrease awareness of 21st century skills
7 MasterTeachers Listserv Used for Intellectual Stimulation and general informationSend an toBody of message: Subscribe MasterTeachersMake sure there is no signature line or you will receive an error message.
8 2009 MTA Cohort LessonsMelissa KnoxMichelle Andrews
9 sdmasterteachers.wikispaces.com2010 Master Teacher Roll – update your own personal pageLocation of scheduleDiscussion Question: What questions do you have about 21st century skills? What knowledge and skills can you share with others? (Reply to post don’t create a new one)
10 Travelling Pair Share Stand up, put a hand up, and pair up. In pairs, one person says, “Hi, I’m ___. Something I’ve seen or heard about that I would like to use or know more about is _____.”Switch roles asking and responding to the question.Partners shake hands goodbye and put a hand up to find a new partner.Do 2 rounds of "TP" and on the 3rd round form Advisory Groups of 4 people per group. I'm thinking they would sit near each other for the rest of the week and then we mix them up to share with other groups as the week progresses, always returning to ad. group to share again. Report out to the largest group – something you heard that you also want to know about. Record on flip chart. This might help guide the technology help sessions.
11 Title IID Survey https://members.k12.sd.us/ Login with your k12 username and passwordComplete the 2010 Educator Technology Integration Survey
12 Alternative Communication Without talking, form a line around the exterior of the room according to your birthday.Ex. – Begin with Jan 1 and continue around the room, ending with the last date in Dec.
13 People Search Read the squares on your People Search card. Find a colleague who fits the description in one of the squares. If the square pertains to you, sign your name.You can only sign one square on each card. You can not sign your own card.
14 Video 20th century thinking for a 21st century world … 20th century thinking for a 21st century world …
15 Advisory Groups for the Week Your job is to be a professional friend through providing and promoting support by actively communicating with constructive ideas that amplify your group members.Spend some time getting to know your Advisory Group. Talk about your lesson, your practice, etc.
20 “The illiterate of the 21st century will not be those who cannot read or write, but those who cannot learn, unlearn and relearn.”--Alvin Toffler, American writer and futurist (1928- )
21 21st Century Skills Framework Student OutcomesSupport SystemsSource:
22 21st Century Skills Framework 21st Century Themes- Global Awareness- Financial, Economic, Business & Entrepreneurship Literacy- Civic LiteracyHealth LiteracyEnvironmental LiteracyCore SubjectsEconomicsEnglishGovernmentArtsHistoryGeographyReading or LanguageMathematicsScienceWorld LanguagesCivicsDo the card sort activity with each slide.Source:
23 21st Century Skills Framework Life & Career SkillsFlexibility & AdaptabilityInitiative & Self-DirectionSocial & Cross-Cultural SkillsProductivity & AccountabilityLeadership & ResponsibilityDo the card sort activity with each slide.The curriculum framework outlines a wide range of skills under employability, including students’ being able to work productively with others, demonstrate initiative, integrity, and leadership, and incorporate “different perspectives and cross-cultural understanding” into their work.Source:
24 21st Century Skills Framework Learning & Innovation SkillsCritical Thinking & Problem SolvingCreativity & InnovationCommunication & CollaborationThese skills focus on higher order cognitive competencies students need to be effective and self-reliant life long learners. By promoting capacity to learn and grow, Learning & Innovation Skills facilitate the mastery of other 21st century skills.These skills are least likely to be outsourced.Source:
25 21st Century Skills Framework Information, Media & Technology SkillsInformation LiteracyMedia LiteracyICT (Information, Communications & Technology) LiteracySource:
26 Partnership for 21st Century SKills Tools & ResourcesPublications
28 X X X Name the 21st Century Themes/ Literacies 1 5 2 6 3 7 4 Global Awareness1Information, communication literacy5Financial, Economic Literacy26Environmental Literacy3Civic Literacy7Media Literacy4XXHealth LiteracyX
29 Name the 21st Century Learning & Innovation Skills Critical Thinking15CommunicationProblem Solving26Collaboration3CreativityXXInnovation4X
30 Name the 21st Century Life & Career Skills Adaptability15AccountabilityFlexibility26Leadership3Self-Direction7ResponsibilityXX4ProductivityX
34 Grade Level DebriefWhat have you learned today that is applicable to your grade level or school?What 21st century skill will you focus on in your lesson?What “cool” information did you discover or can you share with others?
35 DDN Curriculum http://ddncurriculum.k12.sd.us/ Click on Manage Units Click on Log in to manage your UnitsSign in with your k12 ID & PasswordClick on Submit New Unit