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21 C in the Classroom. Pensacola Catholic. 21 st Century Skills. ‘All Change is Sweet’ Aristotle. Students - Nothing we do on behalf of students is wasted. Garrison Keillor. Catholic Schools for the 21 st Century.

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21 c in the classroom

21 C in the Classroom

Pensacola Catholic

catholic schools for the 21 st century
Catholic Schools for the 21st Century
  • Bring your faith to the digital world. Youth have "an almost spontaneous affinity" for using the new means of communication.
  • "New Technologies, New Relationships: Promoting a Culture of Respect, Dialogue and Friendship.”The Pontiff called these new technologies a true "gift to humanity. We should use them to promote human understanding and solidarity.
  • Notre Dame Study
    • Academics
    • Professional Development
    • Support of Broader Community
agenda
Agenda
  • View Examples of Implementation of 21st Century Learning in Catholic Schools
  • Hear from innovative educators leading the way with uses of 21st Century learning
  • Look at Tools and Lessons Used
  • New Forms of Assessment
  • Talk about Next Steps
jim meredith archbishop ryan
Jim Meredith, Archbishop Ryan
  • Leadership and Learning for the Future
  • Assistant Principal for Academic Affairs, Teacher
twitter
Twitter
  • Social media, communicating in 140 characters or less
  • For students, why?
    • To be informed
    • To be connected
    • To be literate
    • To enhance digital footprint
  • Advice to students:
    • Choose who you follow wisely
    • Don’t Tweet recklessly
    • Network, communicate, learn
slide13

TWITTER

TUESDAY

#arapgov12

unintendedconsequences
#unintendedconsequences
  • Student reporters
  • Active citizens
  • Quiet students have a voice
  • A critical Tweet, a critical eye
  • Building community digitally
  • Better access to me, better access to them
  • Is a 3 am Tweet a bad thing?
  • Students upset when I miss their 3 am Tweet…
slide19

The 21st Century Learner

collaborative

on-line, all the time

multi-tasker

digital-native

connected

web resources
WEB RESOURCES
  • http://www.ryanhs.org/files/AFG/2010-AFG-Action_Plan_Technology.pdf
  • http://ryanexcellence.pbworks.com/
  • http://arcollaborates.ning.com/
  • http://tahitibykirra.wetpaint.com/
  • http://monacofacts.wetpaint.com/
  • http://arapgov.wikispaces.com/
  • http://arapgov.pbworks.com/
  • http://delicious.com/ARAPGOV
  • http://www.ning.com/
  • http://twitter.com/
  • http://www.glogster.com/
  • http://secondlife.com/?v=1.1
  • http://www.facebook.com/
  • http://www.wordle.net/
sister geralyn
Sister Geralyn

Web 2.0 World

  • Sr. Geralyn, Harrisburg Diocese, Pennsylvania
  • Web 2.0 is all about collaboration. Everybody is important, has a voice and adds to everybody else’s learning.
how do you learn
How Do You Learn
  • Think back to your elementary school days -
  • How did you learn? What were the tools? Who viewed your work?
  • Look at now -
  • How do children today learn? What are the tools? Who can view the work and how?
gene carboni
Gene Carboni
  • Business/Technology
  • Professional Learning and Networks
  • https://sites.google.com/a/fatherjudge.com/how-to-2-0/home
mercy vocational high school

Philadelphia, PA 19129

The only catholic, coeducational, vocational high school in the USA!

Mercy Vocational High School

Catherine GlattsVice Principal

Director of Technology

learning web 2 0 and success
Learning Web 2.0 and Success
  • Administration support!
  • Three years part of archdiocesan Powerful Learning Practices (PLP)
  • MVHS Tech team used the tools we learned about in PLP
    • Failed and tried again
  • Big success with our Operation Katrina wiki
    • Allowed us to share or service learning experience with all back home
    • Continue to use this wiki to document and share

Mercy Vocational High School

about our tech
About Our Tech
  • Google school since 2007
  • Everyone gets an email address
  • Tech team responsible for training faculty and staff
    • Students help

Mercy Vocational High School

one to one program
One-to-One Program
  • Began this year with Acer netbooks
  • Netbooks are being used in class!
    • English for reading logs using Google Docs and forms (created by the teacher)
    • Students complete four sections after two or three chapters:
      • Summary Section, Vocabulary,
      • Comment Stream, Comprehensive Questions
    • students could earn five points for each section based on quality

Mercy Vocational High School

one to one program continued
One-to-One Program (continued)
  • Many teachers now use Edmodo and Quizlet
    • Easy to use and FREE
  • Edmodo
    • Allows your class to connect and collaborate, share content, and access homework, grades and school notices
    • Parent logon available too
  • Quizlet
    • Flash cards and study game site

Mercy Vocational High School

assessments
Assessments
  • Assessment for Learning
  • Image
project based learning1
Project Based Learning
  • Student Work – Saint Alphonsus School
  • Research
  • Formulate Questions , More Inquiry
  • Research solutions. Create their own.
  • Role playing included talks at parent night. Use of wikis, flipcam and online tools
  • The project included activities in mathematics, social studies, writing and more.
  • http://www.scholastic.com/browse/collection.jsp?id=745
math and google docs skype
Math and Google Docs, Skype
  • One to one laptops
  • Math Class and Google Docs – Chemistry and AP Statistics
  • Students are using Google Docs to collaborate and connect via Google Docs.
  • Typical Lesson – Students share presentation and problem solving
  • Teacher Quote – “It has energized me as a teacher and my students too. Students know that they can get what they need when they need it.”
4 c s
4 C’s
  • Pencil holds a symbolism that is ‘playful, and creative’ for this artist Hugh McLeod
  • What tools do you associate with creativity today?
  • For yourselves?
  • For your students?
laptops readers smartphones
Laptops/Readers/Smartphones
  • Students today are connected, mobile and have the world at their fingertips
horizon report 2012
Horizon Report 2012
  • Mobile Technologies One Year
  • Tablet Computing -Two Years
  • Learning Analytics – Two Years
  • Gesture Based – Three to Four
  • Internet of Things – Four to five
thank you
Thank You!
  • Nancy Caramanico
  • Instructional Technology Specialist
  • http://ncara.edublogs.org
  • Twitter: www.twitter.com/ncara
  • Email: nancycaramanico@gmail.com
credits
Credits
  • Pencil Image – Hugh McLeod
  • http://www.gapingvoidart.com/pencil-p-2192.html
  • Assessment for Learning, Image http://www.annedavies.com/assessment_for_learning_tr_tjb.html