Curriculum 2.0 - A 21st century literacy curriculum

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CAIS Best Practices conference - Presenting the ISB 21 Curriculum 2.0 model - the philosophy and design behind www.isb21.wikispaces.com

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  • 1. Justin Medved CAIS Best Practices Conference Technology , Teaching and Learning Specialist The York School
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  • 5. You have to admire schools ability to resist change. Alan November
  • 6. C ollaborate Com m unicate Speak another language Independently learn Manage information Creative Global Be safe Critical thinker
  • 7. What are the obstacles to a successful embedded I.T. curriculu m?
  • 8. ITs broke.
  • 9. How/w hen do you learn to use technolog y?
  • 10. Ho w/ when do our students learn to use technolog y? When they need it.
  • 11. Our students are Digital Natives. - Mark Prensky
  • 12. Our students are Digital Captives. - Jamie McKenzie
  • 13. The great myth is that these digital natives know more about this new information environment than we do . But heres the reality : they may be experts in entertaining themselves online, but they know almost nothing about educating themselves online . Michael Wesch Professor of Digital Ethnography Kansas State University
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  • 15. Why should Technology be differen t?
  • 16. IT should n t be.
  • 17. Good curricular design
  • 18. Good curricular design Enduring Understanding Fro m Understanding by Desig n , Wiggins and McTighe Worth being familiar with Important to know and do
  • 19. What is a successful 21s t Century Learne r?
  • 20. What is a successful 21st Century Learne r? What are the Essential Questions that a 21 st Century Learne r needs to ask?
  • 21. What are the Essential Questions that a 21 st Century Learne r needs to ask?
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  • 23. So where are the Technology skill s?
  • 24. It is a real focus of this embedded curriculum, that the skills of using technology become the habits of students and teachers - that technology is called upon when needed the same way a dictionary or pencil has been in the past.
  • 25. This is not something that we teach in the 3r d grade, check it off, and go on. Its not a skill. Its habit. and it needs to be a part of almost every conversation that we have in our classrooms. -David Warlick 2 Cents Worth It needs to be the way schools do business. -Will Richardso n, Learning 2.0 Conferenc e, Shanghai
  • 26. It is our goal in developing an integrated curriculum to ensure that the way students learn with technology agrees with the way they live with technology.
  • 27. Making it happen (aka Dont Skip the Conversations)
  • 28. Effective Learner Effective Global Collaborator Effective Communicator
  • 29. The Essential Questions for a 21st Century Learner How do I find and use information to construct meaning and solve problem s? How do I responsibly use information and communication to positively contribute to my worl d? How do I effectively communicat e?
  • 30. 21 st Century Literacy Essential Questions and Enduring Understandings
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  • 33. Our vision of the 21st Century Learner http://isb21.wikispaces.com
  • 34. Images found @ Flickr Creative Commons
    • Thanks to the following Flickr users for use of their images under
    • Creative Commons found via flickr storm
    • ChrisL_AK
    • mobil_homme
    • Patrick.T
    • Chinua000
    • wanderinghome
    • Bouzz
    • Manuel Atienzar
    • Willie Chiang
    • Ross McGinnes
  • 35. Thanks to the amazing collaboration of:
    • Dennis Harter
    • Kim Cofino
    • Jeff Utecht
    • Chad Bates
    • Stephen Lehmann
    • Ann Straub
    • Teresa Belisle
    • Rob Rubis
    • Ida Kelsey
  • 36. Medagogy http://medagogy.edublogs.org TYS Tech Sessions http:/blogs.yorkschool.com/tystechsessions
  • 37. www. isb21 .wikispaces.com
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