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21st Century Learning 101

Kathy KlockPersing

Consultant

Kevin Pyatt, Ph.D.

Eastern Washington University


Word Mash

  • Introduce yourselves to members at your table

  • Open the envelopes

  • View the samples of words and propose examples

  • Arrange the words in a logical fashion.


Introductions

  • Kathy KlockPersing

    • Consultant

    • [email protected]

  • Kevin Pyatt

    • Eastern Washington University

    • Assistant Professor

    • [email protected]

Microsoft Partners In Learning (PIL) & Washington State Govenor


Expectations/Objectives

  • To investigate the origins and significance of 21st Century Learning

  • To acquaint participants with 21st Century Learning Frameworks

  • To explore how 21st Century Skills can be applied to a variety of settings (e.g., classrooms, schools, districts, and universities).


Agenda

  • Entry Task - transitions

  • Generations

  • 3 Frameworks

  • Scenarios

  • Mileguide & Insta-audit Assessments

  • Video Examples of 21st Century Learning

  • Web Tools


Word Mash

What technological changes do you suppose are responsible facilitating the formation of the information-age?

With respect to change processes within organizations, what ideas might you have regarding challenges faced in shifting from industrial-age paradigms to information-age paradigms?


Word Mash


Generational Characteristics

Oblinger & Oblinger, 2005)


A Vision of Students Today(2,857,168 views 12/05/08)

Video


Three 21st Century Frameworks

  • A “Framework” is a basic conceptual structure used to solve or address complex issues ~wikipedia

    • 21st Century Skills

    • Ian Jukes

    • enGauge

  • Comparative table


Three 21st Century Frameworks


Framework for 21st Century Learning

Partnership for 21st Century Skills


21st Century Student Outcomes/Skills

  • Core Subjects and 21st Century Themes

  • Learning and Innovation Skills

    • Creativity and innovation Skills

    • Critical Thinking and Problem Solving Skills

    • Communication and Collaboration Skills

  • Information, Media and Technology Skills

    • Information Literacy, Media Literacy, ICT Literacy

  • Life and Career Skills

    • Flexibility & Adaptability

    • Initiative & Self-direction

    • Social & Cross-Cultural Skills

    • Productivity & Accountability

    • Leadership and Responsibility

Partnership for 21st Century Skills


21st Century Student Outcomes/Skills

  • 21st Century Standards

  • Assessment of 21st Century Skills

  • 21st Century Curriculum and Instruction

  • 21st Century Professional Development

  • 21st Century Learning Environments

Partnership for 21st Century Skills


21st Century Student Outcomes/Skills

  • 21st Century Skills State Initiatives

  • Iowa

  • Kansas

  • Maine

  • Massachusetts

  • New Jersey

  • North Carolina

  • South Dakota

  • West Virginia

  • Wisconsin

Partnership for 21st Century Skills


Ian Jukes – the committed sardine


21st Century “Intelligence”

  • Intelligence (Distributed, Collective, Swarm, Emergent)

  • “The group is smarter than the sum of the members.”

  • Example(s): Flocking behavior, schooling behavior


Ian Jukes – the committed sardine


enGauge

www.metiri.com


Scenarios

  • Review scenarios

  • Pose plausible solutions

  • Share solutions with others

Scenarios


Gin, Television and Cognitive Surplus (Where are we know)

Video


Scenarios (revisited)

  • Review scenarios

  • Pose plausible solutions

  • Share solutions with others

Scenarios


Where are we in the 21st Century Landscape?

  • Assessing where we are now

  • Assessing our readiness for change

  • Useful tools in facilitating evaluation process:

    • 21st Century our readiness

      • Online Mile Guide (example provided on handout) http://www.21stcenturyskills.org

    • Ian Jukes

      • Insta-Audit (example provided on handout) http://web.mac.com/iajukes/thecommittedsardine/Handouts.html


21st Century Classsrooms(Example 1 – Games as assessment)

Video


21st Century Classrooms (Example 2 – Competition, Cooperation, Collaboration)

Video


21st Century Learning Tools

  • Tools that facilitate creation of 21st Century learning environments… creating, sharing, collaboration

  • WikiSpaces

    • GetTheLeadOut example

  • WebStart Tools

    • Classroom example (Ashley Johnson ~ Teacher candidate)

  • Weblogs (“Blogs”)

    • Classroom example (Barb Miller ~ Instructional Coach)

    • Classroom example (Emily Audet ~ Grad. Student)

  • More Web 2.0 tools at: futurelearningnow.blogspot.com


References

21st Century Skills Framework. (2007). Retrieved 12/01/08 from: http://www.21stcenturyskills.org/

Jukes, I. (2008). 21st Century Fluencies Insta-Audit. Retrieved 12/01/08 from: http://web.mac.com/iajukes/thecommittedsardine/Home.html

Oblinger, D. G., & Oblinger, J. L. (Eds.). (2005). Educating the net generation. Boulder, CO: North Carolina State University.

Reigeluth, C. (Ed.). (1999). Instructional-design theories and models: A new paradigm of instructional design. Mahwah, NJ: Erlbaum.

Video Sources:

“A Vision of Students Today” from: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dGCJ46vyR9o

Shirky, C. (2008). Web 2.0 Expo, San Francisco 2008. Retrieved 12/01/08 from: http://blip.tv/file/855937

Gee, P. (2007). Games with Games. Retrieved 12/01/08 from: http://www.edutopia.org/james-gee-games-learning-video

Three steps for 21st century learning. Retrieved 12/01/08 from: http://www.youtube.com/watch/v/2yCB4i7GJuM

Classroom Examples:

GetTheLeadOut. (2008). Retrieved 12/01/08 from: http://www.gettheleadout.wikispaces.com

Johnson, A. (2007). Ancient Egypt “What is the Secret of the Pyramids” Retrieved from: http://protopage.com/toodleding

Miller, B. (2008). Election Issues & Choices. Retrieved 12/01/08 from: http://bmiller.edublogs.org/

Audet, E. (2008). Climate Change Webquest. Retrieved from 12//01/08 from: http://questgarden.com/61/45/5/080229170253/index.htm


Resources

  • http://www.edutopia.org/video [A good website for videos on 21st Century Learning]

  • http://www.21stcenturyskills.org/ [Home website for Partnership for 21st Century Skills]

  • http://www.21stcenturyskills.org/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=68&Itemid=60 [Assessment tool]

  • http://www.metiri.com/ [Website for enGuage and other articles on 21st Century Skills]

  • http://web.mac.com/iajukes/thecommittedsardine/Home.html [Website for Ian Jukes 21st Century model]

  • http://www.Futurelearningnow.blogspot.com [blog on web2.0 tools and their instructional uses]


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