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2. So, What is STEM?

  • STEM isNOTjust curriculum integration.
  • STEM is a new way of thinking about instruction.
  • It is shifting towards Problem-Based Learning and emphasizing 21 stcentury learning skills.

3. 4. 5. 6. Teaching the iGeneration (students born in the 1990s)

  • 97% own a computer
  • 94% own a cell phone
  • 56% own a mp3 player
  • 76% use instant messenger every day
    • 92% of those use computers for other tasks while having conversations
  • 59% share artwork, videos, or blog online
  • 55% have created profile pages on social networking sites like Facebook or MySpace
  • (Junco & Mastrodicasa, 2007; Lenhart, Madden, Smith, & MacGill, 2007)

7. More iGeneration Statistics (students ages 12-17)

  • Less than 50% can place the Civil War in the proper century
  • 40% are unsure of when World War I happened
  • 29% dont know that Columbus sailed for America before 1750
  • While 97% could identify Martin Luther King Jr., only 71% could identify John F. Kennedy
  • (Hess, 2008).

8. Meeting students where they are

  • They have never known a life without the Internet, let alone computers, and many dont know a world without mobile phones. Sarah Cornish, Total Girl magazine
  • We must merge content and skills with technology to create dispositions where students can learn in the 21 stcentury.
  • 2010 National Teacher of the Year, Sara Brown Wessling

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  • 95% of teachers believe that technology improves student learning, but only 32% report using technology in their daily instruction.
  • (National Education Association, 2008)

10. 21st-century schools need 21st-century technology byMarcPrensky

  • The typical process of technology adoption
  • Dabbling.
  • Doing old things in old ways.
  • Doing old things in new ways.
  • Doing new things in new ways.

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  • A History of Instructional Technology
  • (Old Things in New Ways)

12. 13. 14. 15. November 12, 1999

  • Read Pages 1-10
  • Answer questions 1-5

www.readpages1-10.com 16. 17. 18. 19.

  • Instead of requiring a complete overhaul of the instructional practices in your classroom, 21 stcentury learning depends on nothing more than identifying the ways that new digital tools can facilitate authentic, student-centered experiences with the same enduring skills youre already teaching.
  • - Marc Prensky

20. Web 2.0 resources 21. Web Page Web 1.0: Read Only Web Copyrighted byEdvibes.comis licensed under aCreative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial 3.0 US License Author Audience Audience Audience Top Down Model: Producer Consumer 22. Web Page Web 2.0: Read Write Web Copyrighted byEdvibes.comis licensed under aCreative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial 3.0 US License Audience/ Author Audience/ Author Audience/ Author Audience/ Author Bottom Up Model: Producer + Consumer = ProSumer http:// teachertube.com/viewVideo.php?video_id =190705&title=Web2_0&ref=Ehaines24 23. 24.