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  1. There are students in China, Australia, Austria, Bangladesh, and the USA who On projects EVERYDAY remember analyze evaluate create collaborate understand apply communicate

  2. Are YOU doing this in YOUR school????

  3. How is your school helping children become literate in the 21st Century?

  4. Is your school providing the resources and training necessary to prepare students to be successful in 21st century society?

  5. Our kids are connected.

  6. Technology is part of their lives.

  7. But. . . . it’s not technology, it’s information.

  8. These gadgets are their links to information. These gadgets represent intellectual appendages to our children. They are the hands and feet that carry children to new experiences, and cutting these links is like cutting an appendage - and that makes no constructive sense to these children and their world view.

  9. Yet we try to cut it off. Instead of using it to our advantage in the classroom. http://davidwarlick.com/2cents/2005/08/24/our-schools-are-leaking/

  10. College Applications Research Social Networking FaceBook Webquests Podcasts Sexting Text messaging email Alabama Virtual Library Google Job Applications Wikis Citing Sources Blogs MySpace YouTube TeacherTube Plagiarism Skype

  11. Who was there BG and is even more valuable to your school AG?!

  12. Information Literacy Skills Ethical behavior in regard to information and technology Access Information efficiently effectively Use information accurately creatively Creative expression Evaluate information critically competently Knowledge generation Independent learning Importance of information in democratic society Personal interest Collaboration with others

  13. We desperately need . . . we may not survive without . . . a generation of young people who are imaginative, inventive, fearless learners, and compassionate leaders. Yet, what can we say, as educators, about the students we are producing?

  14. We can prove that they can read, do basic math on paper, and they are able to sit for hours filling in bubble sheets.

  15. No generation in history has ever been so thoroughly prepared for the INDUSTRIAL AGE • http://davidwarlick.com/2cents/2006/02/16/happy-birthday-jude/

  16. 21st Century Learning Environment In YOUR Schools TODAY!