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Marc Prensky firstname.lastname@example.org www.marcprensky.com © 2007 Marc Prensky GOVERNOR’S INSTITUTE FOR INNOVATION IN EDUCATION EDUCATION AND LEARNING IN THE 21 ST CENTURY How, Why and What We Need to Do Differently December 19, 2007 State College, PA 01
© 2007 Marc Prensky 21 st century kids…
Who ARE these people, anyway! © 2007 Marc Prensky
not “little us’s” anymore! © 2007 Marc Prensky
Today’s younger learners are NOT the ones our systems (and teachers) were designed and trained to teach! © 2003 Marc Prensky © 2007 Marc Prensky
5-10,000 hours Video Games 250,000 emails and IMs 10,000 hours on cell phones 20,000 hours TV (incl. You tube) 500,000 commercials © 2007 Marc Prensky Why? < 5,000 hours book reading
2 billion ring tones per year 2 billion songs per month 6 billion text messages per day © 2007 Marc Prensky
The e-Life Communicating IM, chat Sharing Blogs, MySpace, Facebook Buying & Selling ebay, craigslist Exchanging peer-to-peer Learning Wikipedia, You Tube, search Meeting Second Life Gaming Online, MMORPGs, Cell Phones Searching Info, connections, people Analyzing SETI, drug molecules Reporting Moblogs, photos Programming Open systems, mods search Socializing Learning social behavior, influence Growing Up Exploring, transgressing Coordinating Projects, workgroups, MMORPGs Evaluating Reputation systems– Epinions, Amazon, Slashdot Collecting Mp3s videos, sensor data Creating Sites, avatars, mods Evolving Peripheral, emergent behaviors © 2007 Marc Prensky
In the 21 st century Learning can’t be dropped on kids They have to WANT To learn
© 2007 Marc Prensky We can no longer just TELL students what is right/best In the 21 st century We also have to ASK!
© 2007 Marc Prensky We can no longer just hand students “content” In the 21 st century They have to find it WORTHWHILE!
© 2007 Marc Prensky We can no longer just hand students “content” In the 21 st century They have to help decide how we present it!
We have to equip our kids with Twenty-first Century Skills! © 2007 Marc Prensky
21 st Century Skills 21 st Century Skills © 2007 Marc Prensky
21 st Century Skills 1. Knowing the right thing to do Behaving Ethically Critical Thinking Decision Making Problem Solving Judgment © 2007 Marc Prensky
21 st Century Skills 2. Getting it done Goal Setting Planning Self-Direction Self-Evaluation © 2007 Marc Prensky
21 st Century Skills 3. Doing it with others Communicating/Interacting: With individuals & groups (especially using technol.) Communicating/Interacting: With Machines (= Programming) Communicating/Interacting: With a World Audience © 2007 Marc Prensky
21 st Century Skills 4. Doing it creatively Creative thinking Designing Playing Finding your voice © 2007 Marc Prensky
21 st Century Skills 5. Constantly doing it better Being proactive Prudent risk-taking Thinking long-term Continually improving through learning © 2007 Marc Prensky
One size fits all Doing & Gameplay Digital Natives Digital Natives learn from © 2007 Marc Prensky Digital Immigrants Digital Immigrants teach by One Thing at a Time Linear Stories Presenting & Telling Multi-tasking Lots of Choices Random Access & Exploring Options Delivering contentBeing Engaged Face-to-faceGoing Online Going relatively slowlyGoing really quickly
© 2007 Marc Prensky Game Caveats Learning games exist BUT 1.Useful games are hard to find 2.Games are hard to use (especially complex games) and may not interest all students 3.Games are only a small part of the solution 4.Don’t focus on games; focus on ENGAGING WITH STUDENTS
“DimensionM” © 2007 Marc Prensky Math - Algebra www.tabuladigita.com/
“Waste of Space” © 2007 Marc Prensky Science – Space Physics www.hagames.com/
“The Grammar of Doom” © 2007 Marc Prensky English - Grammar www.english-online.org.uk/games/grofdoom/advisory.htm
“Darfur is Dying” Social Studies www.darfurisdying.com/ © 2007 Marc Prensky
“Food Force” Social Studies www.food-force.com/ © 2007 Marc Prensky
“PeaceMaker” © 2007 Marc Prensky Social Studies www.peacemakergame.com/
Business: Basic Concepts “Disney’s Hot Shot Business” disney.go.com/hotshot/index.html © 2007 Marc Prensky
ECON 201 Microeconomics web.uncg.edu/dcl/econ201/trailer.html © 2007 Marc Prensky
Prin’ls Sup’ts Practical Steps To Take Listen to a wide mix of kids Encourage a Faster pace Figure out how to Compete with after-school TeachersKidsParents Meet w/kids more often around big issues Work with the younger teachers Give more responsibility to students Allow Kids to teach teachers Allow themselves to be taught by kids Share their successes Volunteer for classroom videocams Come to big meetings with kids, teachers and adminis- trators Understand the need for a 21st c. education vs. a 20 th c. one Get involved helping teachers Ask them to ask you Help them make videos of good practices Boards Add a student (or two) © 2007 Marc Prensky
Integrating Technology Into the Diverse Classroom Ben Smith and Jared Mader Red Lion Area School District Friday, June 19, 2009.
Marc Prensky © 2008 Marc Prensky WEST VIRGINIA PRINCIPALS CONFERENCE ENGAGE ME OR ENRAGE ME July 16, 2008 Beaver,
Preparations and Planning for … 2007 PreSchool Tech Specialists Meeting August 7-8, 2007 Pre-School Tech Specialists Meeting.
Marc Prensky Bits, Brains and Games April 12, 2006 Veldhoven, The Netherlands © 2006 Marc Prensky.
Creating an Environment for Students to Succeed in Using Technology Springdale Public Schools Ben Smith and Jared Mader Red Lion.
I want to learn with teachers who speak my language When I grow up, I want to have a career that doesn’t exist today! Can you speak DIGITAL?
Impact Learning with Web 2.0 Tools We teach digital natives…..
W o r k i n g f o r S c o t l a n d ’ s C o l l e g e s Web 2.0 – Blending into learning Blogs, wikis, podcasts, YouTube and …. Gerry Dougan / Colin Buchanan.
Teaching the 21st Century Learner Roger Von Holzen Darla Runyon Northwest Missouri State University
Smart Decision-Making for “Smart Classroom” Evolution
Marc Prensky © 2011 Marc Prensky NYC-DOE_MOET-PRINCIPALS T EACHING D IGITAL N ATIVES : P ARTNERING FOR R EAL.
Marc Prensky SURF November 15, 2005 Utrecht, The Netherlands © 2005 Marc Prensky.
Marc Prensky © 2007 Marc Prensky The Connected Learning Community Forum Return on Learning Investment April 23,
UMG- Silvia Sowa. UNESCO – Digital Competency Standards for teachers Information technology users Seekers, analyzers, and evaluators Problem solvers -
University of Maryland College Park Face to Face 1.3 Million views on YouTube 5,000 blog links Facebook: Unknown.
Digital Life 101. In 2009, kids ages 11 to 14 spent most time with the TV Teens spend more time browsing the Internet. A mash-up is a remix or blend of.
ICT in Elementary Schools
Online databases and Media Literacy Amy Power February 2013.
Campus Technology 08 Shootout! Bracing for the Next-Gen Student Wave: Myth or Mandate? Next-Gen Students “Speak Up” – Are we listening? Julie Evans Project.
Chapter 6 Exploring the World Wide Web in the Classroom.
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