21st CENTURY LEARNING. 21st Century Competencies Collaborative skills Interpersonal skills Thinking skills Communication skills.
Post on 13-Dec-2015
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21st CENTURY LEARNING Slide 2 21st Century Competencies Collaborative skills Interpersonal skills Thinking skills Communication skills Slide 3 21st Century Competencies and Desired Student Outcomes Slide 4 21 st Century Learners Eexperiential P participatory Iimagery Cconnectedness Slide 5 21 st Century Learning Ownership transfer from teacher to students Teacher as coach, facilitator, mentor and designer of leaning environment Slide 6 21st Century Pedagogy Student-centered learning Collaborative learning Project-based learning Problem-based learning Learning and Teaching in e-Env. Slide 7 21st Century classroom Slide 8 Collaborative- learning classroom Slide 9 Using Collaborative- classroom Slide 10 Group problem- solving Slide 11 Usefulness of facilities in collaborative classroom Interactive whiteboard 9.8% Group seating-arrangement 58.5% Facilities for laptop power supply 61.0% Facilities for ST to project 48.8% LCD screens Visualizer for projection of matls 34.1% Wireless network for accessing internet 70.1% Glass boards for writing 41.5% Slide 12 Estimate the time spent on activities Presenting information by 34.76% instructor and whole class discussion Group work including 43.66% group presentation Individual work e.g. reading, 15.00% problem solving, computer work, individual presentation Taking tests/quiz 3.80% Other activities 10.54% Slide 13 Frequency of Students in conducting activities Access internet resources 2.46% (e.g. websites, youtube) Use MS Word to type documents 2.38% or record discussions Use internet search 2.33% Use their laptops to record notes2.28% Use their laptops to prepare presentation2.26% Connect their laptops to LCD for presentation10.54% Top 6 activities Slide 14 Comments from Teachers Easy to consolidate all discussions immediately and share with the rest Very easy for the students to work and share their worker with the other teams efficiently and effectively Slide 15 Change in pedagogy _____ lively and interactive ______ able to walk around the entire classroom, checking work and instructing my relations with students is closer than it used to be Slide 16 Change in pedagogy Students do close-text analysis on whiteboard. I now tend to use more multimedia texts in class. Students are more engaged and often search websites for more information on concepts, cultural phenomena, text references which I am discussing with them, adding to the class repertoire of knowledge. Slide 17 Change in pedagogy Yes, quite a lot. Class discussion is immensely enriched by seating arrangement. Glass boards allow me to give them tasks for group and individual participation and students take pictures of class work and sometimes post them on Facebook. Slide 18 Enabling power of technology Seamless learning through mobile technology Slide 19 Mobilized science lessons in a Primary 3 class Slide 20 Putting Primary 3 Science curriculum together : holistic learning Slide 21 Impact on test scores on experimental classes Significant difference on year-end science exam scores among 6 mixed-ability classes Class difference explains 41% of the variance in year-end exam scores Slide 22 Impact on test scores on experimental classes The intervention class has the highest exam scores among all the mixed ability classes! Slide 23 Deeper impacts Teacher changes From being dominant to being a facilitator Not worried about saying I dont know Slide 24 Deeper impacts Student changes More ownership of personal constructed artifacts Demonstrated self-directed and collaborative inquiry learning Slide 25 Deeper impacts Curriculum changes From publisher curriculum to school-based curriculum From standard to differentiated curriculum Slide 26 SURVEY My child enjoys learning using his/her smartphone. Strongly Agree = 30%; Agree = 49% Disagree = 3% and Strongly Disagree = 3% Neutral = 15% Slide 27 SURVEY I know what my child is doing on the smartphone. Strongly Agree = 2%; Agree = 58% Disagree = 9% and Strongly Disagree = 2% Neutral = 20% Slide 28 SURVEY My child spends sufficient time on the smartphone for learning. Strongly Agree = 12%; Agree = 48% Disagree = 6% and Strongly Disagree = 6% Neutral = 28% Slide 29 Enabling power of technology Through the Apps for learning Dollar Dash NIE mGeo NIE mVideo NIE Well Said Slide 30 Enabling technology Games for learning Slide 31 Interactive Library Slide 32 Classroom of the Future Slide 33 Scenarios of future technology-supported learning Slide 34 Learning beyond the classroom Slide 35 Conclusion If we teach today as we taught yesterday, we rob our children of tomorrow. John Dewey Slide 36 THANK YOU