what is a 21 st century classroom n.
Download
Skip this Video
Loading SlideShow in 5 Seconds..
What is a 21 st Century Classroom? PowerPoint Presentation
Download Presentation
What is a 21 st Century Classroom?

play fullscreen
1 / 43

What is a 21 st Century Classroom?

309 Views Download Presentation
Download Presentation

What is a 21 st Century Classroom?

- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - E N D - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
Presentation Transcript

  1. What is a 21st Century Classroom?

  2. Why? • Student achievement • Student engagement • Student assessment • Collaboration and communication • Data • Student proficiencies in 21st Century skills

  3. Digital Resources • Digital textbooks • Online courses • Web 2.0 • Blended Courses – Hybrid Courses • Personalized Learning • 21st Century Skills

  4. Born to be Wired! Are we ready for the typical student of the 21st Century?

  5. Quotes "When I go to school, I have to 'power down'" -- a high school kid "I don't want to study Rome in high school. Heck, I build Rome every day in my online game (Caesar III)." -- a high school student

  6. Components • Advanced Planning • Professional Development • Technology Infrastructure • Support • Digital Resources • Policies • Robust Data System

  7. 21st Century learning spaces will not all look alike

  8. One-to-one Institute Three Instructional Approaches • Teachers present the majority of the content. Teachers often use a computer, LCD projector, interactive white board, and other presentation technology. Teachers often use web sites, videos, and other online resources for group presentations. They may have access to a computer lab for students to research information, develop of presentations, chart of information, and other similar activities.

  9. One-to-one Institute • Students are more self-directed and receive more personalized instruction. Students are engaged in authentic, content-rich learning opportunities. Students have access to a wireless classroom set of computers.

  10. One-to-one Institute Any-where any-time learning which includes online learning and a computer for every student to take home.

  11. Are we providing an equitable education if we do not provide every student with a digital device?

  12. Content Standards and Curriculum Resources

  13. Alabama Course of Study K-12 Technology Education • Minimum required content • - Meets NCLB – requirement of every student being computer literate by the end of the 8th grade by 2006. • - New standards to be implemented Fall 09

  14. www.alex.state.al.us

  15. ACCESS Branded Site http://www.hippocampus.org/myHippo/?user=myADE

  16. Browse Course or Textbook The Browse block has two familiar tabs: Course and Textbooks. With the Course tab selected, you can either browse a list of the multimedia topics or the complete table of contents of the selected course.

  17. www.APTPLUS.org

  18. www.avl.lib.al.us

  19. Professional Development • On-going • Relevant

  20. http://technologyinmotion.alsde.edu/

  21. www.accessdl.state.al.us

  22. Are you Ready for 21st Century Teaching and Learning??

  23. Contact Information www.alsde.edu Sections, Technology Initiatives Melinda Maddox, Ed.D. mmaddox@alsde.edu 334.242.9594

  24. 21st Century Leadership

  25. Digital Native or Immigrant ? Learning Environment of the Digital Native Non-Digital Native Learning Environment

  26. Economic Times • We must look for innovative ways to deliver education.

  27. Policies • What policies do we have that are barriers to innovation?

  28. Speak-up Data

  29. More than equipment • Ongoing Professional Development • Topics • Delivery • Scheduling • Learning Communities • Support

  30. What does this mean to you? • Robust data systems • Formative assessments • Personalized learning • Courses • Standards • 21st Century Skills • 21st Century Teaching and Learning

  31. Are we providing an equitable education if we do not provide every student with a digital device?

  32. Watch for… • What Works and Innovation Grants • Districts and Non-Profits that are pushing reform. • Develop New Assessments

  33. Make a difference in schools: 1. Become powerful advocates for change. 2. Share your knowledge and your passion. 3. Showcase your work, and students' work, in innovative ways. 4. Dream big. 5. Use all of the resources available to you. 6. Continue to learn 7. Model the innovation.

  34. Challenge How do we transform education through the use of technology, not just layer technology onto traditional instructional practices?

  35. Other Resources • www.setda.org • http://www.21stcenturyskills.org • http://www.superintendentempower.org/index.html • http://www.archfoundation.org/aaf/documents/report.designforlearning.pdf • http://emints.org/equipment/index.shtml • http://www.eschoolnews.com/resources/creating-the-21st-century-classroom/ • http://www.edb.utexas.edu/education/centers/ltc/news/2009/21stcen/ • http://iste.org • http://aeta.cc

  36. Digital Disconnect Students Schools

  37. Are you Ready for 21st Century Teaching and Learning??