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Page 1: Modernizing Education

Modernizing EducationThe State of Teaching and Learning in the 21st Century

Lucy Gray

Interlochen Arts Academy

April 2 2012

httpwwwlucygrayorg

All materials are located athttpwwwlucygrayorg

Specific to this keynotehttpsgsgmodernizingedu

Additional resources httpgroupsdiigocomgrouphigh-school-stuff

Join the backchannel athttptodaysmeetcominterlochentech

Experiences

bull Graduate of Lake Forest Country Day

bull Worked at University of Chicago

bull Apple Distinguished Educator

bull Google Certified Teacher

bull Founder The Global Education Collaborative

bull Co-founder The Global Education Conference

bull Multiple Opportunities to visit and work with schools

Context Another Nation at Risk Moment

How do we improve teaching and learning

What is truly innovative

How do we effectively assess students

The Power of Social Media

Flickr

YouTubeTwitter Facebook

LinkedIn Google+

Diigo

SlideShare

SOCIAL MEDIA WORKSHOP AT BOARD RETREAT

ldquoThe Highly Connected Teacherrdquo

The National Educational Technology Plan

The K12 Horizon Report

The New Media Consortium

Horizon Report 2011 K-12

bull1 year or less

bull Cloud Computing

bull Mobiles

bull2 to 3 years

bull Game-based learning

bull Open Content

bull4 to 5 years

bull Learning Analytics

bull Personal Learning Environments 2011 Report

Megatrends

People expect to work learn socialize and play whenever and wherever they want to

Megatrends

The Internet is becoming a global mobile network - and already is at its edges

Megatrends

The technologies we use are increasingly cloud-based and delivered over utility networks facilitating the rapid growth of online videos and rich media

Megatrends

Openness mdash concepts like open content open data and open resources mdash is moving from a trend to a value for much of the world

Megatrends

Legal notions of ownership and privacy lag behind the practices common in society The very concept of ownership is blurry

Megatrends

Real challenges of access efficiency and scale are redefining what we mean by quality and success Access to learning in any form is a challenge in too many parts of the world and efficiency in learning systems and institutions is increasingly an expectation of governments

Megatrends

The Internet is constantly challenging us to rethink learning and education while refining our notion of literacy

Megatrends

There is a rise in informal learning as individual needs are redefining schools universities and training Traditional authority is increasingly being challenged in many arenas

Megatrends

Business models across the education ecosystem are changing Look to libraries colleges and the publishing industry

Why Change

Why Evolve

Shift Happens Iowa Did You Know

Project Tomorrowrsquos SpeakUp Survey

Project Tomorrow Recommendations

bull Un-tether learning and leverage mobile devices to extend learning beyond the school day and meet all learners in their own world

bull Create new interactive participatory learning spaces using tools such as online classes gaming and simulations online tutors and virtual reality environments

bull Incorporate Web 20 tools into daily instruction especially those that develop collaborative or social-based learning and provide unique opportunities for students to be content developers

bull Expand digital resources in the classroom to add context and relevancy to learning experiences through new media tools

bull Get beyond the classroom walls and make learning truly experiential such as using high tech science instrumentation and creating podcasts with content experts

Via John Pfluger

The Reality

Public Schools

bull Increased pressure via Race to the Top AYP RTI

bull Less funding

bull Less Time

bull Emphasis on standards and high stakes testing

bull Teacher Proof curricula

bull Less instruction in the arts World Languages etc

bull Longer school days

bull Technology seen as a content delivery Mechanism

bull Constant seeking of silver bullets

Independent Schools

bull Time

bull Resources

bull Streamlined bureaucracy

bull Organizational vision

bull Community Consensus

bull Administrative and collegial support

bull Authentic curriculum

bull Recognition of the Importance of 21st century skills

bull Professional development

bull Teacher autonomy

bull Prepared students

bull Commitment to developing the whole child

bull Parental support

What do effective schools seem to have in common

bull A WIDE RANGE OF EFFORTS TOWARDS CULTIVATING 21ST CENTURY SKILLS AND IMPLEMENTING ROBUST TECHNOLOGY PROGRAMS

bull THE SUCCESS OF ANY PROGRAM DEPENDS ON

bull VISIONARY LEADERSHIP

bull STRATEGIC PLANNING

bull COMMITMENT TO CONTINUOUS IMPROVEMENT

bull THE DEGREE TO WHICH THE SCHOOL IS PRESSURED TO PREPARE STUDENTS FOR A CHANGING WORLD

Greene County Schools

Mooresville Graded School District

My Experience as a Parent

The School at Columbia

bull K-8

bull Columbia University faculty and local kids

bull Innovation driven

bull 1 to 1 laptop program

bull 3 technologists plus tech staff

bull Extensive Google Apps for Education and new media use

bull Other field trip guides computer programming robotics conference

Known as ldquoTHErdquo

Science Leadership Academy

Educon 24

Personalized Learning

Mobile Technologies

21st century skills

generational Diversity

Learningenvironments

Design Thinking

Cloud Computing

Textbook Revolution

CuratedLearning

New Media Literacies

FlippingThe

Classroom

Global Collaboration

Also think about gamification OER

21st Century Skills

A Pedagogical Shift

bull New models of teaching and learning are emerging

bull Rigorous content + 21st century themes

bull ldquoSage on the stagerdquo to ldquoguide on the siderdquo

bull New literacies need to be taught strategically

bull Examples

bull developing a search mentality

bull Student personal learning networks (PLNs)

bull Standards and accountability still are important assessments need revision

The Partnership for 21st Century Skills

The Global Achievement Gap

Critical Thinking and Problem-Solving

Collaboration Across Networks and Leading by Influence

Agility and Adaptability

Initiative and Entrepreneurialism

Effective Oral and Written Communication

Accessing and Analyzing Information

Curiosity and Imagination

ManagingGenerational Diversity

Teachers and Students

bull Adults have different learning styles How are we taking this into account in terms of professional development and human capital

bull Baby Boomers

bull Gen Xers

bull Gen Yers

bull Kids have had different levels of exposure to technology The period of time at which our schools have been wired is fairly short

Basic online entertainment (online videos playing games)

E-commerce (online shopping banking and travel reservations)

Research and information gathering (product research news health and religious information searches)

Email and search

Active engagement with social media(visit SNS create SNS profile create blogs)

More advanced online entertainment (download videos music and podcasts)

More advanced communication and passive social media use (instant messaging visit SNS read blogs)

From State of the Internet 2009 Pew Internet Project Findings and Implications for Libraries

The vast majority of online adults from all generations uses email and search engines

While there are always exceptions older generations typically do not engage with the internet past e-commerce

The majority of teens and Gen Y use SNS but fewer maintain blogs Online adults older than Gen X are less likely to use SNS

Online activity pyramid by generation

Beloit Collegersquos Mindset List

0

25

50

75

100

1994 1996 1998 2000 2002

K-12 Classroom Internet Connectivity

Classroom Internet Connectivity

2007

Coming Soon to Campus The New Free Agent Learner Julie Evans CEO-Project Tomorrow Campus Technology 09 Jul 27 2009

Class of 2011 ndash recently graduated seniors 8th grade

Class of 2013 ndash current juniors 6th grade

Class of 2015 ndash current freshman class 4th grade

How digitally ldquonativerdquo are these students

What are their expectations for learning

Implications for Schools

bull Need for strategic human capital planning

bull Need for increased targeted sustained personalized and thoughtful professional development

bull Need for long range planning for studentsrsquo use of technology Requires schools to think of skills sets needed by students at various points in their academic careers while gauging the future of technology

Learning Environments

NYCrsquos The School of One

bull Summer school pilot

bull Middle school math

bull Flexible space

bull Personalized curriculum

bull Regular assessments

bull Variety in delivery of instruction

bull Lesson plan bank

bull Partnered with publishers

NYCrsquos The School of One

bull Summer school pilot

bull Middle school math

bull Flexible space

bull Personalized curriculum

bull Regular assessments

bull Variety in delivery of instruction

bull Lesson plan bank

bull Partnered with publishers

ReImagine Ed

The Third Teacher

You Media

So what

bull Networked learning You must be open to at least letting your kids drive the technology use in your classrooms Be willing to engage them in the ways that they learn best

bull Generational diversity Change is not going to happen without schools working as teams to examine at longitudinal goals

bull 21st century skills The art of teaching comes through via the weaving of 21st century themes into core content You need to provide guidance and be thoughtful when designing classroom activities

bull Learning environments Just as wersquove looked at the whole child we need to start emphasizing the whole learning environment Personalized learning for both students and teachers is important

Getting Started

ISTE Standards

Students Teachers and Administrators

Technology Integration Framework Woodstock (IL) CUSD 200

Various Approaches

bull LoTI

bull University of South Florida Matrix

bull Arizona matrix

bull Using Technology with Classroom Instruction that Works

bull Challenge Based Learning

bull TPACK

bull SMAR

University of South Floridarsquos Tech Intergration Matrix

Grapplingrsquos Technology and Learning Spectrum

A world class education system should call for

globally connected schools

bullThe influence of new media

bullThe push for 21st century skills

bullThe ldquohighly connected teacherrdquo

bullThe urgency presented by complex global problems

CCSSO and Asia Societyrsquos PGL

bull New resource on global competence

bull Download a copy here

From Educating for Global Competence Preparing our Youth to Engage the World

Esther Wojcicki and Michael Levine Teaching for a Shared Future American Educators

Need to Think Globally

EdWeek Global Learning blog by Tony Jackson

THINK GlobalSchool12 countries in 12 trimesters

Connect All SchoolsiEARN

My Story

Apple Distinguished EducatorsGlobal Awareness 2006

bull The World is Flat

bull A Whole New Mind

bull Berlin amp Prague

bull Rethink Global Awareness

Classroom 20

Link

Global Education Conference

httpglobaleducationconferencecom

Over 500000 unique visitors

Over 10000 Members from 142 Countries

Steve Hargadon

Closing Session

2010 - Brian Mannix

2010 - Polar Bears International

2010 - Catlin Gabel School

bull Program Information

2011 - Pam Allyn - LitWorld

2011 - Greg Jacobs - Louder Than a Bomb

2011 - The Shoah Foundation

Project Examples

Dan Meyer

httpvimeocom19507645

ADE Application

Google Lit TripsJerome Burg

A Whole New MindKarl Fisch

The iEARN Project Book

Recommendations

bull Learn to network network to learn

bull Keep it authentic

bull Start small and design very structured projects

bull Join an existing group project

bull Develop a customized vision of 21st century learning for your classroom school and district

WHY NOWoline73 Can you distill why globally connected classrooms are vital in 2010

Photo source

We have urgent problems that need to be addressed and in order to prepare our students to work on these problems we must connect them globally We must teach them how networked learning leads to networked problem solving

httpsgsgmodernizingedu

lucylucygrayconsultingcom

Twitter elemenous

Page 2: Modernizing Education

All materials are located athttpwwwlucygrayorg

Specific to this keynotehttpsgsgmodernizingedu

Additional resources httpgroupsdiigocomgrouphigh-school-stuff

Join the backchannel athttptodaysmeetcominterlochentech

Experiences

bull Graduate of Lake Forest Country Day

bull Worked at University of Chicago

bull Apple Distinguished Educator

bull Google Certified Teacher

bull Founder The Global Education Collaborative

bull Co-founder The Global Education Conference

bull Multiple Opportunities to visit and work with schools

Context Another Nation at Risk Moment

How do we improve teaching and learning

What is truly innovative

How do we effectively assess students

The Power of Social Media

Flickr

YouTubeTwitter Facebook

LinkedIn Google+

Diigo

SlideShare

SOCIAL MEDIA WORKSHOP AT BOARD RETREAT

ldquoThe Highly Connected Teacherrdquo

The National Educational Technology Plan

The K12 Horizon Report

The New Media Consortium

Horizon Report 2011 K-12

bull1 year or less

bull Cloud Computing

bull Mobiles

bull2 to 3 years

bull Game-based learning

bull Open Content

bull4 to 5 years

bull Learning Analytics

bull Personal Learning Environments 2011 Report

Megatrends

People expect to work learn socialize and play whenever and wherever they want to

Megatrends

The Internet is becoming a global mobile network - and already is at its edges

Megatrends

The technologies we use are increasingly cloud-based and delivered over utility networks facilitating the rapid growth of online videos and rich media

Megatrends

Openness mdash concepts like open content open data and open resources mdash is moving from a trend to a value for much of the world

Megatrends

Legal notions of ownership and privacy lag behind the practices common in society The very concept of ownership is blurry

Megatrends

Real challenges of access efficiency and scale are redefining what we mean by quality and success Access to learning in any form is a challenge in too many parts of the world and efficiency in learning systems and institutions is increasingly an expectation of governments

Megatrends

The Internet is constantly challenging us to rethink learning and education while refining our notion of literacy

Megatrends

There is a rise in informal learning as individual needs are redefining schools universities and training Traditional authority is increasingly being challenged in many arenas

Megatrends

Business models across the education ecosystem are changing Look to libraries colleges and the publishing industry

Why Change

Why Evolve

Shift Happens Iowa Did You Know

Project Tomorrowrsquos SpeakUp Survey

Project Tomorrow Recommendations

bull Un-tether learning and leverage mobile devices to extend learning beyond the school day and meet all learners in their own world

bull Create new interactive participatory learning spaces using tools such as online classes gaming and simulations online tutors and virtual reality environments

bull Incorporate Web 20 tools into daily instruction especially those that develop collaborative or social-based learning and provide unique opportunities for students to be content developers

bull Expand digital resources in the classroom to add context and relevancy to learning experiences through new media tools

bull Get beyond the classroom walls and make learning truly experiential such as using high tech science instrumentation and creating podcasts with content experts

Via John Pfluger

The Reality

Public Schools

bull Increased pressure via Race to the Top AYP RTI

bull Less funding

bull Less Time

bull Emphasis on standards and high stakes testing

bull Teacher Proof curricula

bull Less instruction in the arts World Languages etc

bull Longer school days

bull Technology seen as a content delivery Mechanism

bull Constant seeking of silver bullets

Independent Schools

bull Time

bull Resources

bull Streamlined bureaucracy

bull Organizational vision

bull Community Consensus

bull Administrative and collegial support

bull Authentic curriculum

bull Recognition of the Importance of 21st century skills

bull Professional development

bull Teacher autonomy

bull Prepared students

bull Commitment to developing the whole child

bull Parental support

What do effective schools seem to have in common

bull A WIDE RANGE OF EFFORTS TOWARDS CULTIVATING 21ST CENTURY SKILLS AND IMPLEMENTING ROBUST TECHNOLOGY PROGRAMS

bull THE SUCCESS OF ANY PROGRAM DEPENDS ON

bull VISIONARY LEADERSHIP

bull STRATEGIC PLANNING

bull COMMITMENT TO CONTINUOUS IMPROVEMENT

bull THE DEGREE TO WHICH THE SCHOOL IS PRESSURED TO PREPARE STUDENTS FOR A CHANGING WORLD

Greene County Schools

Mooresville Graded School District

My Experience as a Parent

The School at Columbia

bull K-8

bull Columbia University faculty and local kids

bull Innovation driven

bull 1 to 1 laptop program

bull 3 technologists plus tech staff

bull Extensive Google Apps for Education and new media use

bull Other field trip guides computer programming robotics conference

Known as ldquoTHErdquo

Science Leadership Academy

Educon 24

Personalized Learning

Mobile Technologies

21st century skills

generational Diversity

Learningenvironments

Design Thinking

Cloud Computing

Textbook Revolution

CuratedLearning

New Media Literacies

FlippingThe

Classroom

Global Collaboration

Also think about gamification OER

21st Century Skills

A Pedagogical Shift

bull New models of teaching and learning are emerging

bull Rigorous content + 21st century themes

bull ldquoSage on the stagerdquo to ldquoguide on the siderdquo

bull New literacies need to be taught strategically

bull Examples

bull developing a search mentality

bull Student personal learning networks (PLNs)

bull Standards and accountability still are important assessments need revision

The Partnership for 21st Century Skills

The Global Achievement Gap

Critical Thinking and Problem-Solving

Collaboration Across Networks and Leading by Influence

Agility and Adaptability

Initiative and Entrepreneurialism

Effective Oral and Written Communication

Accessing and Analyzing Information

Curiosity and Imagination

ManagingGenerational Diversity

Teachers and Students

bull Adults have different learning styles How are we taking this into account in terms of professional development and human capital

bull Baby Boomers

bull Gen Xers

bull Gen Yers

bull Kids have had different levels of exposure to technology The period of time at which our schools have been wired is fairly short

Basic online entertainment (online videos playing games)

E-commerce (online shopping banking and travel reservations)

Research and information gathering (product research news health and religious information searches)

Email and search

Active engagement with social media(visit SNS create SNS profile create blogs)

More advanced online entertainment (download videos music and podcasts)

More advanced communication and passive social media use (instant messaging visit SNS read blogs)

From State of the Internet 2009 Pew Internet Project Findings and Implications for Libraries

The vast majority of online adults from all generations uses email and search engines

While there are always exceptions older generations typically do not engage with the internet past e-commerce

The majority of teens and Gen Y use SNS but fewer maintain blogs Online adults older than Gen X are less likely to use SNS

Online activity pyramid by generation

Beloit Collegersquos Mindset List

0

25

50

75

100

1994 1996 1998 2000 2002

K-12 Classroom Internet Connectivity

Classroom Internet Connectivity

2007

Coming Soon to Campus The New Free Agent Learner Julie Evans CEO-Project Tomorrow Campus Technology 09 Jul 27 2009

Class of 2011 ndash recently graduated seniors 8th grade

Class of 2013 ndash current juniors 6th grade

Class of 2015 ndash current freshman class 4th grade

How digitally ldquonativerdquo are these students

What are their expectations for learning

Implications for Schools

bull Need for strategic human capital planning

bull Need for increased targeted sustained personalized and thoughtful professional development

bull Need for long range planning for studentsrsquo use of technology Requires schools to think of skills sets needed by students at various points in their academic careers while gauging the future of technology

Learning Environments

NYCrsquos The School of One

bull Summer school pilot

bull Middle school math

bull Flexible space

bull Personalized curriculum

bull Regular assessments

bull Variety in delivery of instruction

bull Lesson plan bank

bull Partnered with publishers

NYCrsquos The School of One

bull Summer school pilot

bull Middle school math

bull Flexible space

bull Personalized curriculum

bull Regular assessments

bull Variety in delivery of instruction

bull Lesson plan bank

bull Partnered with publishers

ReImagine Ed

The Third Teacher

You Media

So what

bull Networked learning You must be open to at least letting your kids drive the technology use in your classrooms Be willing to engage them in the ways that they learn best

bull Generational diversity Change is not going to happen without schools working as teams to examine at longitudinal goals

bull 21st century skills The art of teaching comes through via the weaving of 21st century themes into core content You need to provide guidance and be thoughtful when designing classroom activities

bull Learning environments Just as wersquove looked at the whole child we need to start emphasizing the whole learning environment Personalized learning for both students and teachers is important

Getting Started

ISTE Standards

Students Teachers and Administrators

Technology Integration Framework Woodstock (IL) CUSD 200

Various Approaches

bull LoTI

bull University of South Florida Matrix

bull Arizona matrix

bull Using Technology with Classroom Instruction that Works

bull Challenge Based Learning

bull TPACK

bull SMAR

University of South Floridarsquos Tech Intergration Matrix

Grapplingrsquos Technology and Learning Spectrum

A world class education system should call for

globally connected schools

bullThe influence of new media

bullThe push for 21st century skills

bullThe ldquohighly connected teacherrdquo

bullThe urgency presented by complex global problems

CCSSO and Asia Societyrsquos PGL

bull New resource on global competence

bull Download a copy here

From Educating for Global Competence Preparing our Youth to Engage the World

Esther Wojcicki and Michael Levine Teaching for a Shared Future American Educators

Need to Think Globally

EdWeek Global Learning blog by Tony Jackson

THINK GlobalSchool12 countries in 12 trimesters

Connect All SchoolsiEARN

My Story

Apple Distinguished EducatorsGlobal Awareness 2006

bull The World is Flat

bull A Whole New Mind

bull Berlin amp Prague

bull Rethink Global Awareness

Classroom 20

Link

Global Education Conference

httpglobaleducationconferencecom

Over 500000 unique visitors

Over 10000 Members from 142 Countries

Steve Hargadon

Closing Session

2010 - Brian Mannix

2010 - Polar Bears International

2010 - Catlin Gabel School

bull Program Information

2011 - Pam Allyn - LitWorld

2011 - Greg Jacobs - Louder Than a Bomb

2011 - The Shoah Foundation

Project Examples

Dan Meyer

httpvimeocom19507645

ADE Application

Google Lit TripsJerome Burg

A Whole New MindKarl Fisch

The iEARN Project Book

Recommendations

bull Learn to network network to learn

bull Keep it authentic

bull Start small and design very structured projects

bull Join an existing group project

bull Develop a customized vision of 21st century learning for your classroom school and district

WHY NOWoline73 Can you distill why globally connected classrooms are vital in 2010

Photo source

We have urgent problems that need to be addressed and in order to prepare our students to work on these problems we must connect them globally We must teach them how networked learning leads to networked problem solving

httpsgsgmodernizingedu

lucylucygrayconsultingcom

Twitter elemenous

Page 3: Modernizing Education

Experiences

bull Graduate of Lake Forest Country Day

bull Worked at University of Chicago

bull Apple Distinguished Educator

bull Google Certified Teacher

bull Founder The Global Education Collaborative

bull Co-founder The Global Education Conference

bull Multiple Opportunities to visit and work with schools

Context Another Nation at Risk Moment

How do we improve teaching and learning

What is truly innovative

How do we effectively assess students

The Power of Social Media

Flickr

YouTubeTwitter Facebook

LinkedIn Google+

Diigo

SlideShare

SOCIAL MEDIA WORKSHOP AT BOARD RETREAT

ldquoThe Highly Connected Teacherrdquo

The National Educational Technology Plan

The K12 Horizon Report

The New Media Consortium

Horizon Report 2011 K-12

bull1 year or less

bull Cloud Computing

bull Mobiles

bull2 to 3 years

bull Game-based learning

bull Open Content

bull4 to 5 years

bull Learning Analytics

bull Personal Learning Environments 2011 Report

Megatrends

People expect to work learn socialize and play whenever and wherever they want to

Megatrends

The Internet is becoming a global mobile network - and already is at its edges

Megatrends

The technologies we use are increasingly cloud-based and delivered over utility networks facilitating the rapid growth of online videos and rich media

Megatrends

Openness mdash concepts like open content open data and open resources mdash is moving from a trend to a value for much of the world

Megatrends

Legal notions of ownership and privacy lag behind the practices common in society The very concept of ownership is blurry

Megatrends

Real challenges of access efficiency and scale are redefining what we mean by quality and success Access to learning in any form is a challenge in too many parts of the world and efficiency in learning systems and institutions is increasingly an expectation of governments

Megatrends

The Internet is constantly challenging us to rethink learning and education while refining our notion of literacy

Megatrends

There is a rise in informal learning as individual needs are redefining schools universities and training Traditional authority is increasingly being challenged in many arenas

Megatrends

Business models across the education ecosystem are changing Look to libraries colleges and the publishing industry

Why Change

Why Evolve

Shift Happens Iowa Did You Know

Project Tomorrowrsquos SpeakUp Survey

Project Tomorrow Recommendations

bull Un-tether learning and leverage mobile devices to extend learning beyond the school day and meet all learners in their own world

bull Create new interactive participatory learning spaces using tools such as online classes gaming and simulations online tutors and virtual reality environments

bull Incorporate Web 20 tools into daily instruction especially those that develop collaborative or social-based learning and provide unique opportunities for students to be content developers

bull Expand digital resources in the classroom to add context and relevancy to learning experiences through new media tools

bull Get beyond the classroom walls and make learning truly experiential such as using high tech science instrumentation and creating podcasts with content experts

Via John Pfluger

The Reality

Public Schools

bull Increased pressure via Race to the Top AYP RTI

bull Less funding

bull Less Time

bull Emphasis on standards and high stakes testing

bull Teacher Proof curricula

bull Less instruction in the arts World Languages etc

bull Longer school days

bull Technology seen as a content delivery Mechanism

bull Constant seeking of silver bullets

Independent Schools

bull Time

bull Resources

bull Streamlined bureaucracy

bull Organizational vision

bull Community Consensus

bull Administrative and collegial support

bull Authentic curriculum

bull Recognition of the Importance of 21st century skills

bull Professional development

bull Teacher autonomy

bull Prepared students

bull Commitment to developing the whole child

bull Parental support

What do effective schools seem to have in common

bull A WIDE RANGE OF EFFORTS TOWARDS CULTIVATING 21ST CENTURY SKILLS AND IMPLEMENTING ROBUST TECHNOLOGY PROGRAMS

bull THE SUCCESS OF ANY PROGRAM DEPENDS ON

bull VISIONARY LEADERSHIP

bull STRATEGIC PLANNING

bull COMMITMENT TO CONTINUOUS IMPROVEMENT

bull THE DEGREE TO WHICH THE SCHOOL IS PRESSURED TO PREPARE STUDENTS FOR A CHANGING WORLD

Greene County Schools

Mooresville Graded School District

My Experience as a Parent

The School at Columbia

bull K-8

bull Columbia University faculty and local kids

bull Innovation driven

bull 1 to 1 laptop program

bull 3 technologists plus tech staff

bull Extensive Google Apps for Education and new media use

bull Other field trip guides computer programming robotics conference

Known as ldquoTHErdquo

Science Leadership Academy

Educon 24

Personalized Learning

Mobile Technologies

21st century skills

generational Diversity

Learningenvironments

Design Thinking

Cloud Computing

Textbook Revolution

CuratedLearning

New Media Literacies

FlippingThe

Classroom

Global Collaboration

Also think about gamification OER

21st Century Skills

A Pedagogical Shift

bull New models of teaching and learning are emerging

bull Rigorous content + 21st century themes

bull ldquoSage on the stagerdquo to ldquoguide on the siderdquo

bull New literacies need to be taught strategically

bull Examples

bull developing a search mentality

bull Student personal learning networks (PLNs)

bull Standards and accountability still are important assessments need revision

The Partnership for 21st Century Skills

The Global Achievement Gap

Critical Thinking and Problem-Solving

Collaboration Across Networks and Leading by Influence

Agility and Adaptability

Initiative and Entrepreneurialism

Effective Oral and Written Communication

Accessing and Analyzing Information

Curiosity and Imagination

ManagingGenerational Diversity

Teachers and Students

bull Adults have different learning styles How are we taking this into account in terms of professional development and human capital

bull Baby Boomers

bull Gen Xers

bull Gen Yers

bull Kids have had different levels of exposure to technology The period of time at which our schools have been wired is fairly short

Basic online entertainment (online videos playing games)

E-commerce (online shopping banking and travel reservations)

Research and information gathering (product research news health and religious information searches)

Email and search

Active engagement with social media(visit SNS create SNS profile create blogs)

More advanced online entertainment (download videos music and podcasts)

More advanced communication and passive social media use (instant messaging visit SNS read blogs)

From State of the Internet 2009 Pew Internet Project Findings and Implications for Libraries

The vast majority of online adults from all generations uses email and search engines

While there are always exceptions older generations typically do not engage with the internet past e-commerce

The majority of teens and Gen Y use SNS but fewer maintain blogs Online adults older than Gen X are less likely to use SNS

Online activity pyramid by generation

Beloit Collegersquos Mindset List

0

25

50

75

100

1994 1996 1998 2000 2002

K-12 Classroom Internet Connectivity

Classroom Internet Connectivity

2007

Coming Soon to Campus The New Free Agent Learner Julie Evans CEO-Project Tomorrow Campus Technology 09 Jul 27 2009

Class of 2011 ndash recently graduated seniors 8th grade

Class of 2013 ndash current juniors 6th grade

Class of 2015 ndash current freshman class 4th grade

How digitally ldquonativerdquo are these students

What are their expectations for learning

Implications for Schools

bull Need for strategic human capital planning

bull Need for increased targeted sustained personalized and thoughtful professional development

bull Need for long range planning for studentsrsquo use of technology Requires schools to think of skills sets needed by students at various points in their academic careers while gauging the future of technology

Learning Environments

NYCrsquos The School of One

bull Summer school pilot

bull Middle school math

bull Flexible space

bull Personalized curriculum

bull Regular assessments

bull Variety in delivery of instruction

bull Lesson plan bank

bull Partnered with publishers

NYCrsquos The School of One

bull Summer school pilot

bull Middle school math

bull Flexible space

bull Personalized curriculum

bull Regular assessments

bull Variety in delivery of instruction

bull Lesson plan bank

bull Partnered with publishers

ReImagine Ed

The Third Teacher

You Media

So what

bull Networked learning You must be open to at least letting your kids drive the technology use in your classrooms Be willing to engage them in the ways that they learn best

bull Generational diversity Change is not going to happen without schools working as teams to examine at longitudinal goals

bull 21st century skills The art of teaching comes through via the weaving of 21st century themes into core content You need to provide guidance and be thoughtful when designing classroom activities

bull Learning environments Just as wersquove looked at the whole child we need to start emphasizing the whole learning environment Personalized learning for both students and teachers is important

Getting Started

ISTE Standards

Students Teachers and Administrators

Technology Integration Framework Woodstock (IL) CUSD 200

Various Approaches

bull LoTI

bull University of South Florida Matrix

bull Arizona matrix

bull Using Technology with Classroom Instruction that Works

bull Challenge Based Learning

bull TPACK

bull SMAR

University of South Floridarsquos Tech Intergration Matrix

Grapplingrsquos Technology and Learning Spectrum

A world class education system should call for

globally connected schools

bullThe influence of new media

bullThe push for 21st century skills

bullThe ldquohighly connected teacherrdquo

bullThe urgency presented by complex global problems

CCSSO and Asia Societyrsquos PGL

bull New resource on global competence

bull Download a copy here

From Educating for Global Competence Preparing our Youth to Engage the World

Esther Wojcicki and Michael Levine Teaching for a Shared Future American Educators

Need to Think Globally

EdWeek Global Learning blog by Tony Jackson

THINK GlobalSchool12 countries in 12 trimesters

Connect All SchoolsiEARN

My Story

Apple Distinguished EducatorsGlobal Awareness 2006

bull The World is Flat

bull A Whole New Mind

bull Berlin amp Prague

bull Rethink Global Awareness

Classroom 20

Link

Global Education Conference

httpglobaleducationconferencecom

Over 500000 unique visitors

Over 10000 Members from 142 Countries

Steve Hargadon

Closing Session

2010 - Brian Mannix

2010 - Polar Bears International

2010 - Catlin Gabel School

bull Program Information

2011 - Pam Allyn - LitWorld

2011 - Greg Jacobs - Louder Than a Bomb

2011 - The Shoah Foundation

Project Examples

Dan Meyer

httpvimeocom19507645

ADE Application

Google Lit TripsJerome Burg

A Whole New MindKarl Fisch

The iEARN Project Book

Recommendations

bull Learn to network network to learn

bull Keep it authentic

bull Start small and design very structured projects

bull Join an existing group project

bull Develop a customized vision of 21st century learning for your classroom school and district

WHY NOWoline73 Can you distill why globally connected classrooms are vital in 2010

Photo source

We have urgent problems that need to be addressed and in order to prepare our students to work on these problems we must connect them globally We must teach them how networked learning leads to networked problem solving

httpsgsgmodernizingedu

lucylucygrayconsultingcom

Twitter elemenous

Page 4: Modernizing Education

Context Another Nation at Risk Moment

How do we improve teaching and learning

What is truly innovative

How do we effectively assess students

The Power of Social Media

Flickr

YouTubeTwitter Facebook

LinkedIn Google+

Diigo

SlideShare

SOCIAL MEDIA WORKSHOP AT BOARD RETREAT

ldquoThe Highly Connected Teacherrdquo

The National Educational Technology Plan

The K12 Horizon Report

The New Media Consortium

Horizon Report 2011 K-12

bull1 year or less

bull Cloud Computing

bull Mobiles

bull2 to 3 years

bull Game-based learning

bull Open Content

bull4 to 5 years

bull Learning Analytics

bull Personal Learning Environments 2011 Report

Megatrends

People expect to work learn socialize and play whenever and wherever they want to

Megatrends

The Internet is becoming a global mobile network - and already is at its edges

Megatrends

The technologies we use are increasingly cloud-based and delivered over utility networks facilitating the rapid growth of online videos and rich media

Megatrends

Openness mdash concepts like open content open data and open resources mdash is moving from a trend to a value for much of the world

Megatrends

Legal notions of ownership and privacy lag behind the practices common in society The very concept of ownership is blurry

Megatrends

Real challenges of access efficiency and scale are redefining what we mean by quality and success Access to learning in any form is a challenge in too many parts of the world and efficiency in learning systems and institutions is increasingly an expectation of governments

Megatrends

The Internet is constantly challenging us to rethink learning and education while refining our notion of literacy

Megatrends

There is a rise in informal learning as individual needs are redefining schools universities and training Traditional authority is increasingly being challenged in many arenas

Megatrends

Business models across the education ecosystem are changing Look to libraries colleges and the publishing industry

Why Change

Why Evolve

Shift Happens Iowa Did You Know

Project Tomorrowrsquos SpeakUp Survey

Project Tomorrow Recommendations

bull Un-tether learning and leverage mobile devices to extend learning beyond the school day and meet all learners in their own world

bull Create new interactive participatory learning spaces using tools such as online classes gaming and simulations online tutors and virtual reality environments

bull Incorporate Web 20 tools into daily instruction especially those that develop collaborative or social-based learning and provide unique opportunities for students to be content developers

bull Expand digital resources in the classroom to add context and relevancy to learning experiences through new media tools

bull Get beyond the classroom walls and make learning truly experiential such as using high tech science instrumentation and creating podcasts with content experts

Via John Pfluger

The Reality

Public Schools

bull Increased pressure via Race to the Top AYP RTI

bull Less funding

bull Less Time

bull Emphasis on standards and high stakes testing

bull Teacher Proof curricula

bull Less instruction in the arts World Languages etc

bull Longer school days

bull Technology seen as a content delivery Mechanism

bull Constant seeking of silver bullets

Independent Schools

bull Time

bull Resources

bull Streamlined bureaucracy

bull Organizational vision

bull Community Consensus

bull Administrative and collegial support

bull Authentic curriculum

bull Recognition of the Importance of 21st century skills

bull Professional development

bull Teacher autonomy

bull Prepared students

bull Commitment to developing the whole child

bull Parental support

What do effective schools seem to have in common

bull A WIDE RANGE OF EFFORTS TOWARDS CULTIVATING 21ST CENTURY SKILLS AND IMPLEMENTING ROBUST TECHNOLOGY PROGRAMS

bull THE SUCCESS OF ANY PROGRAM DEPENDS ON

bull VISIONARY LEADERSHIP

bull STRATEGIC PLANNING

bull COMMITMENT TO CONTINUOUS IMPROVEMENT

bull THE DEGREE TO WHICH THE SCHOOL IS PRESSURED TO PREPARE STUDENTS FOR A CHANGING WORLD

Greene County Schools

Mooresville Graded School District

My Experience as a Parent

The School at Columbia

bull K-8

bull Columbia University faculty and local kids

bull Innovation driven

bull 1 to 1 laptop program

bull 3 technologists plus tech staff

bull Extensive Google Apps for Education and new media use

bull Other field trip guides computer programming robotics conference

Known as ldquoTHErdquo

Science Leadership Academy

Educon 24

Personalized Learning

Mobile Technologies

21st century skills

generational Diversity

Learningenvironments

Design Thinking

Cloud Computing

Textbook Revolution

CuratedLearning

New Media Literacies

FlippingThe

Classroom

Global Collaboration

Also think about gamification OER

21st Century Skills

A Pedagogical Shift

bull New models of teaching and learning are emerging

bull Rigorous content + 21st century themes

bull ldquoSage on the stagerdquo to ldquoguide on the siderdquo

bull New literacies need to be taught strategically

bull Examples

bull developing a search mentality

bull Student personal learning networks (PLNs)

bull Standards and accountability still are important assessments need revision

The Partnership for 21st Century Skills

The Global Achievement Gap

Critical Thinking and Problem-Solving

Collaboration Across Networks and Leading by Influence

Agility and Adaptability

Initiative and Entrepreneurialism

Effective Oral and Written Communication

Accessing and Analyzing Information

Curiosity and Imagination

ManagingGenerational Diversity

Teachers and Students

bull Adults have different learning styles How are we taking this into account in terms of professional development and human capital

bull Baby Boomers

bull Gen Xers

bull Gen Yers

bull Kids have had different levels of exposure to technology The period of time at which our schools have been wired is fairly short

Basic online entertainment (online videos playing games)

E-commerce (online shopping banking and travel reservations)

Research and information gathering (product research news health and religious information searches)

Email and search

Active engagement with social media(visit SNS create SNS profile create blogs)

More advanced online entertainment (download videos music and podcasts)

More advanced communication and passive social media use (instant messaging visit SNS read blogs)

From State of the Internet 2009 Pew Internet Project Findings and Implications for Libraries

The vast majority of online adults from all generations uses email and search engines

While there are always exceptions older generations typically do not engage with the internet past e-commerce

The majority of teens and Gen Y use SNS but fewer maintain blogs Online adults older than Gen X are less likely to use SNS

Online activity pyramid by generation

Beloit Collegersquos Mindset List

0

25

50

75

100

1994 1996 1998 2000 2002

K-12 Classroom Internet Connectivity

Classroom Internet Connectivity

2007

Coming Soon to Campus The New Free Agent Learner Julie Evans CEO-Project Tomorrow Campus Technology 09 Jul 27 2009

Class of 2011 ndash recently graduated seniors 8th grade

Class of 2013 ndash current juniors 6th grade

Class of 2015 ndash current freshman class 4th grade

How digitally ldquonativerdquo are these students

What are their expectations for learning

Implications for Schools

bull Need for strategic human capital planning

bull Need for increased targeted sustained personalized and thoughtful professional development

bull Need for long range planning for studentsrsquo use of technology Requires schools to think of skills sets needed by students at various points in their academic careers while gauging the future of technology

Learning Environments

NYCrsquos The School of One

bull Summer school pilot

bull Middle school math

bull Flexible space

bull Personalized curriculum

bull Regular assessments

bull Variety in delivery of instruction

bull Lesson plan bank

bull Partnered with publishers

NYCrsquos The School of One

bull Summer school pilot

bull Middle school math

bull Flexible space

bull Personalized curriculum

bull Regular assessments

bull Variety in delivery of instruction

bull Lesson plan bank

bull Partnered with publishers

ReImagine Ed

The Third Teacher

You Media

So what

bull Networked learning You must be open to at least letting your kids drive the technology use in your classrooms Be willing to engage them in the ways that they learn best

bull Generational diversity Change is not going to happen without schools working as teams to examine at longitudinal goals

bull 21st century skills The art of teaching comes through via the weaving of 21st century themes into core content You need to provide guidance and be thoughtful when designing classroom activities

bull Learning environments Just as wersquove looked at the whole child we need to start emphasizing the whole learning environment Personalized learning for both students and teachers is important

Getting Started

ISTE Standards

Students Teachers and Administrators

Technology Integration Framework Woodstock (IL) CUSD 200

Various Approaches

bull LoTI

bull University of South Florida Matrix

bull Arizona matrix

bull Using Technology with Classroom Instruction that Works

bull Challenge Based Learning

bull TPACK

bull SMAR

University of South Floridarsquos Tech Intergration Matrix

Grapplingrsquos Technology and Learning Spectrum

A world class education system should call for

globally connected schools

bullThe influence of new media

bullThe push for 21st century skills

bullThe ldquohighly connected teacherrdquo

bullThe urgency presented by complex global problems

CCSSO and Asia Societyrsquos PGL

bull New resource on global competence

bull Download a copy here

From Educating for Global Competence Preparing our Youth to Engage the World

Esther Wojcicki and Michael Levine Teaching for a Shared Future American Educators

Need to Think Globally

EdWeek Global Learning blog by Tony Jackson

THINK GlobalSchool12 countries in 12 trimesters

Connect All SchoolsiEARN

My Story

Apple Distinguished EducatorsGlobal Awareness 2006

bull The World is Flat

bull A Whole New Mind

bull Berlin amp Prague

bull Rethink Global Awareness

Classroom 20

Link

Global Education Conference

httpglobaleducationconferencecom

Over 500000 unique visitors

Over 10000 Members from 142 Countries

Steve Hargadon

Closing Session

2010 - Brian Mannix

2010 - Polar Bears International

2010 - Catlin Gabel School

bull Program Information

2011 - Pam Allyn - LitWorld

2011 - Greg Jacobs - Louder Than a Bomb

2011 - The Shoah Foundation

Project Examples

Dan Meyer

httpvimeocom19507645

ADE Application

Google Lit TripsJerome Burg

A Whole New MindKarl Fisch

The iEARN Project Book

Recommendations

bull Learn to network network to learn

bull Keep it authentic

bull Start small and design very structured projects

bull Join an existing group project

bull Develop a customized vision of 21st century learning for your classroom school and district

WHY NOWoline73 Can you distill why globally connected classrooms are vital in 2010

Photo source

We have urgent problems that need to be addressed and in order to prepare our students to work on these problems we must connect them globally We must teach them how networked learning leads to networked problem solving

httpsgsgmodernizingedu

lucylucygrayconsultingcom

Twitter elemenous

Page 5: Modernizing Education

The Power of Social Media

Flickr

YouTubeTwitter Facebook

LinkedIn Google+

Diigo

SlideShare

SOCIAL MEDIA WORKSHOP AT BOARD RETREAT

ldquoThe Highly Connected Teacherrdquo

The National Educational Technology Plan

The K12 Horizon Report

The New Media Consortium

Horizon Report 2011 K-12

bull1 year or less

bull Cloud Computing

bull Mobiles

bull2 to 3 years

bull Game-based learning

bull Open Content

bull4 to 5 years

bull Learning Analytics

bull Personal Learning Environments 2011 Report

Megatrends

People expect to work learn socialize and play whenever and wherever they want to

Megatrends

The Internet is becoming a global mobile network - and already is at its edges

Megatrends

The technologies we use are increasingly cloud-based and delivered over utility networks facilitating the rapid growth of online videos and rich media

Megatrends

Openness mdash concepts like open content open data and open resources mdash is moving from a trend to a value for much of the world

Megatrends

Legal notions of ownership and privacy lag behind the practices common in society The very concept of ownership is blurry

Megatrends

Real challenges of access efficiency and scale are redefining what we mean by quality and success Access to learning in any form is a challenge in too many parts of the world and efficiency in learning systems and institutions is increasingly an expectation of governments

Megatrends

The Internet is constantly challenging us to rethink learning and education while refining our notion of literacy

Megatrends

There is a rise in informal learning as individual needs are redefining schools universities and training Traditional authority is increasingly being challenged in many arenas

Megatrends

Business models across the education ecosystem are changing Look to libraries colleges and the publishing industry

Why Change

Why Evolve

Shift Happens Iowa Did You Know

Project Tomorrowrsquos SpeakUp Survey

Project Tomorrow Recommendations

bull Un-tether learning and leverage mobile devices to extend learning beyond the school day and meet all learners in their own world

bull Create new interactive participatory learning spaces using tools such as online classes gaming and simulations online tutors and virtual reality environments

bull Incorporate Web 20 tools into daily instruction especially those that develop collaborative or social-based learning and provide unique opportunities for students to be content developers

bull Expand digital resources in the classroom to add context and relevancy to learning experiences through new media tools

bull Get beyond the classroom walls and make learning truly experiential such as using high tech science instrumentation and creating podcasts with content experts

Via John Pfluger

The Reality

Public Schools

bull Increased pressure via Race to the Top AYP RTI

bull Less funding

bull Less Time

bull Emphasis on standards and high stakes testing

bull Teacher Proof curricula

bull Less instruction in the arts World Languages etc

bull Longer school days

bull Technology seen as a content delivery Mechanism

bull Constant seeking of silver bullets

Independent Schools

bull Time

bull Resources

bull Streamlined bureaucracy

bull Organizational vision

bull Community Consensus

bull Administrative and collegial support

bull Authentic curriculum

bull Recognition of the Importance of 21st century skills

bull Professional development

bull Teacher autonomy

bull Prepared students

bull Commitment to developing the whole child

bull Parental support

What do effective schools seem to have in common

bull A WIDE RANGE OF EFFORTS TOWARDS CULTIVATING 21ST CENTURY SKILLS AND IMPLEMENTING ROBUST TECHNOLOGY PROGRAMS

bull THE SUCCESS OF ANY PROGRAM DEPENDS ON

bull VISIONARY LEADERSHIP

bull STRATEGIC PLANNING

bull COMMITMENT TO CONTINUOUS IMPROVEMENT

bull THE DEGREE TO WHICH THE SCHOOL IS PRESSURED TO PREPARE STUDENTS FOR A CHANGING WORLD

Greene County Schools

Mooresville Graded School District

My Experience as a Parent

The School at Columbia

bull K-8

bull Columbia University faculty and local kids

bull Innovation driven

bull 1 to 1 laptop program

bull 3 technologists plus tech staff

bull Extensive Google Apps for Education and new media use

bull Other field trip guides computer programming robotics conference

Known as ldquoTHErdquo

Science Leadership Academy

Educon 24

Personalized Learning

Mobile Technologies

21st century skills

generational Diversity

Learningenvironments

Design Thinking

Cloud Computing

Textbook Revolution

CuratedLearning

New Media Literacies

FlippingThe

Classroom

Global Collaboration

Also think about gamification OER

21st Century Skills

A Pedagogical Shift

bull New models of teaching and learning are emerging

bull Rigorous content + 21st century themes

bull ldquoSage on the stagerdquo to ldquoguide on the siderdquo

bull New literacies need to be taught strategically

bull Examples

bull developing a search mentality

bull Student personal learning networks (PLNs)

bull Standards and accountability still are important assessments need revision

The Partnership for 21st Century Skills

The Global Achievement Gap

Critical Thinking and Problem-Solving

Collaboration Across Networks and Leading by Influence

Agility and Adaptability

Initiative and Entrepreneurialism

Effective Oral and Written Communication

Accessing and Analyzing Information

Curiosity and Imagination

ManagingGenerational Diversity

Teachers and Students

bull Adults have different learning styles How are we taking this into account in terms of professional development and human capital

bull Baby Boomers

bull Gen Xers

bull Gen Yers

bull Kids have had different levels of exposure to technology The period of time at which our schools have been wired is fairly short

Basic online entertainment (online videos playing games)

E-commerce (online shopping banking and travel reservations)

Research and information gathering (product research news health and religious information searches)

Email and search

Active engagement with social media(visit SNS create SNS profile create blogs)

More advanced online entertainment (download videos music and podcasts)

More advanced communication and passive social media use (instant messaging visit SNS read blogs)

From State of the Internet 2009 Pew Internet Project Findings and Implications for Libraries

The vast majority of online adults from all generations uses email and search engines

While there are always exceptions older generations typically do not engage with the internet past e-commerce

The majority of teens and Gen Y use SNS but fewer maintain blogs Online adults older than Gen X are less likely to use SNS

Online activity pyramid by generation

Beloit Collegersquos Mindset List

0

25

50

75

100

1994 1996 1998 2000 2002

K-12 Classroom Internet Connectivity

Classroom Internet Connectivity

2007

Coming Soon to Campus The New Free Agent Learner Julie Evans CEO-Project Tomorrow Campus Technology 09 Jul 27 2009

Class of 2011 ndash recently graduated seniors 8th grade

Class of 2013 ndash current juniors 6th grade

Class of 2015 ndash current freshman class 4th grade

How digitally ldquonativerdquo are these students

What are their expectations for learning

Implications for Schools

bull Need for strategic human capital planning

bull Need for increased targeted sustained personalized and thoughtful professional development

bull Need for long range planning for studentsrsquo use of technology Requires schools to think of skills sets needed by students at various points in their academic careers while gauging the future of technology

Learning Environments

NYCrsquos The School of One

bull Summer school pilot

bull Middle school math

bull Flexible space

bull Personalized curriculum

bull Regular assessments

bull Variety in delivery of instruction

bull Lesson plan bank

bull Partnered with publishers

NYCrsquos The School of One

bull Summer school pilot

bull Middle school math

bull Flexible space

bull Personalized curriculum

bull Regular assessments

bull Variety in delivery of instruction

bull Lesson plan bank

bull Partnered with publishers

ReImagine Ed

The Third Teacher

You Media

So what

bull Networked learning You must be open to at least letting your kids drive the technology use in your classrooms Be willing to engage them in the ways that they learn best

bull Generational diversity Change is not going to happen without schools working as teams to examine at longitudinal goals

bull 21st century skills The art of teaching comes through via the weaving of 21st century themes into core content You need to provide guidance and be thoughtful when designing classroom activities

bull Learning environments Just as wersquove looked at the whole child we need to start emphasizing the whole learning environment Personalized learning for both students and teachers is important

Getting Started

ISTE Standards

Students Teachers and Administrators

Technology Integration Framework Woodstock (IL) CUSD 200

Various Approaches

bull LoTI

bull University of South Florida Matrix

bull Arizona matrix

bull Using Technology with Classroom Instruction that Works

bull Challenge Based Learning

bull TPACK

bull SMAR

University of South Floridarsquos Tech Intergration Matrix

Grapplingrsquos Technology and Learning Spectrum

A world class education system should call for

globally connected schools

bullThe influence of new media

bullThe push for 21st century skills

bullThe ldquohighly connected teacherrdquo

bullThe urgency presented by complex global problems

CCSSO and Asia Societyrsquos PGL

bull New resource on global competence

bull Download a copy here

From Educating for Global Competence Preparing our Youth to Engage the World

Esther Wojcicki and Michael Levine Teaching for a Shared Future American Educators

Need to Think Globally

EdWeek Global Learning blog by Tony Jackson

THINK GlobalSchool12 countries in 12 trimesters

Connect All SchoolsiEARN

My Story

Apple Distinguished EducatorsGlobal Awareness 2006

bull The World is Flat

bull A Whole New Mind

bull Berlin amp Prague

bull Rethink Global Awareness

Classroom 20

Link

Global Education Conference

httpglobaleducationconferencecom

Over 500000 unique visitors

Over 10000 Members from 142 Countries

Steve Hargadon

Closing Session

2010 - Brian Mannix

2010 - Polar Bears International

2010 - Catlin Gabel School

bull Program Information

2011 - Pam Allyn - LitWorld

2011 - Greg Jacobs - Louder Than a Bomb

2011 - The Shoah Foundation

Project Examples

Dan Meyer

httpvimeocom19507645

ADE Application

Google Lit TripsJerome Burg

A Whole New MindKarl Fisch

The iEARN Project Book

Recommendations

bull Learn to network network to learn

bull Keep it authentic

bull Start small and design very structured projects

bull Join an existing group project

bull Develop a customized vision of 21st century learning for your classroom school and district

WHY NOWoline73 Can you distill why globally connected classrooms are vital in 2010

Photo source

We have urgent problems that need to be addressed and in order to prepare our students to work on these problems we must connect them globally We must teach them how networked learning leads to networked problem solving

httpsgsgmodernizingedu

lucylucygrayconsultingcom

Twitter elemenous

Page 6: Modernizing Education

SOCIAL MEDIA WORKSHOP AT BOARD RETREAT

ldquoThe Highly Connected Teacherrdquo

The National Educational Technology Plan

The K12 Horizon Report

The New Media Consortium

Horizon Report 2011 K-12

bull1 year or less

bull Cloud Computing

bull Mobiles

bull2 to 3 years

bull Game-based learning

bull Open Content

bull4 to 5 years

bull Learning Analytics

bull Personal Learning Environments 2011 Report

Megatrends

People expect to work learn socialize and play whenever and wherever they want to

Megatrends

The Internet is becoming a global mobile network - and already is at its edges

Megatrends

The technologies we use are increasingly cloud-based and delivered over utility networks facilitating the rapid growth of online videos and rich media

Megatrends

Openness mdash concepts like open content open data and open resources mdash is moving from a trend to a value for much of the world

Megatrends

Legal notions of ownership and privacy lag behind the practices common in society The very concept of ownership is blurry

Megatrends

Real challenges of access efficiency and scale are redefining what we mean by quality and success Access to learning in any form is a challenge in too many parts of the world and efficiency in learning systems and institutions is increasingly an expectation of governments

Megatrends

The Internet is constantly challenging us to rethink learning and education while refining our notion of literacy

Megatrends

There is a rise in informal learning as individual needs are redefining schools universities and training Traditional authority is increasingly being challenged in many arenas

Megatrends

Business models across the education ecosystem are changing Look to libraries colleges and the publishing industry

Why Change

Why Evolve

Shift Happens Iowa Did You Know

Project Tomorrowrsquos SpeakUp Survey

Project Tomorrow Recommendations

bull Un-tether learning and leverage mobile devices to extend learning beyond the school day and meet all learners in their own world

bull Create new interactive participatory learning spaces using tools such as online classes gaming and simulations online tutors and virtual reality environments

bull Incorporate Web 20 tools into daily instruction especially those that develop collaborative or social-based learning and provide unique opportunities for students to be content developers

bull Expand digital resources in the classroom to add context and relevancy to learning experiences through new media tools

bull Get beyond the classroom walls and make learning truly experiential such as using high tech science instrumentation and creating podcasts with content experts

Via John Pfluger

The Reality

Public Schools

bull Increased pressure via Race to the Top AYP RTI

bull Less funding

bull Less Time

bull Emphasis on standards and high stakes testing

bull Teacher Proof curricula

bull Less instruction in the arts World Languages etc

bull Longer school days

bull Technology seen as a content delivery Mechanism

bull Constant seeking of silver bullets

Independent Schools

bull Time

bull Resources

bull Streamlined bureaucracy

bull Organizational vision

bull Community Consensus

bull Administrative and collegial support

bull Authentic curriculum

bull Recognition of the Importance of 21st century skills

bull Professional development

bull Teacher autonomy

bull Prepared students

bull Commitment to developing the whole child

bull Parental support

What do effective schools seem to have in common

bull A WIDE RANGE OF EFFORTS TOWARDS CULTIVATING 21ST CENTURY SKILLS AND IMPLEMENTING ROBUST TECHNOLOGY PROGRAMS

bull THE SUCCESS OF ANY PROGRAM DEPENDS ON

bull VISIONARY LEADERSHIP

bull STRATEGIC PLANNING

bull COMMITMENT TO CONTINUOUS IMPROVEMENT

bull THE DEGREE TO WHICH THE SCHOOL IS PRESSURED TO PREPARE STUDENTS FOR A CHANGING WORLD

Greene County Schools

Mooresville Graded School District

My Experience as a Parent

The School at Columbia

bull K-8

bull Columbia University faculty and local kids

bull Innovation driven

bull 1 to 1 laptop program

bull 3 technologists plus tech staff

bull Extensive Google Apps for Education and new media use

bull Other field trip guides computer programming robotics conference

Known as ldquoTHErdquo

Science Leadership Academy

Educon 24

Personalized Learning

Mobile Technologies

21st century skills

generational Diversity

Learningenvironments

Design Thinking

Cloud Computing

Textbook Revolution

CuratedLearning

New Media Literacies

FlippingThe

Classroom

Global Collaboration

Also think about gamification OER

21st Century Skills

A Pedagogical Shift

bull New models of teaching and learning are emerging

bull Rigorous content + 21st century themes

bull ldquoSage on the stagerdquo to ldquoguide on the siderdquo

bull New literacies need to be taught strategically

bull Examples

bull developing a search mentality

bull Student personal learning networks (PLNs)

bull Standards and accountability still are important assessments need revision

The Partnership for 21st Century Skills

The Global Achievement Gap

Critical Thinking and Problem-Solving

Collaboration Across Networks and Leading by Influence

Agility and Adaptability

Initiative and Entrepreneurialism

Effective Oral and Written Communication

Accessing and Analyzing Information

Curiosity and Imagination

ManagingGenerational Diversity

Teachers and Students

bull Adults have different learning styles How are we taking this into account in terms of professional development and human capital

bull Baby Boomers

bull Gen Xers

bull Gen Yers

bull Kids have had different levels of exposure to technology The period of time at which our schools have been wired is fairly short

Basic online entertainment (online videos playing games)

E-commerce (online shopping banking and travel reservations)

Research and information gathering (product research news health and religious information searches)

Email and search

Active engagement with social media(visit SNS create SNS profile create blogs)

More advanced online entertainment (download videos music and podcasts)

More advanced communication and passive social media use (instant messaging visit SNS read blogs)

From State of the Internet 2009 Pew Internet Project Findings and Implications for Libraries

The vast majority of online adults from all generations uses email and search engines

While there are always exceptions older generations typically do not engage with the internet past e-commerce

The majority of teens and Gen Y use SNS but fewer maintain blogs Online adults older than Gen X are less likely to use SNS

Online activity pyramid by generation

Beloit Collegersquos Mindset List

0

25

50

75

100

1994 1996 1998 2000 2002

K-12 Classroom Internet Connectivity

Classroom Internet Connectivity

2007

Coming Soon to Campus The New Free Agent Learner Julie Evans CEO-Project Tomorrow Campus Technology 09 Jul 27 2009

Class of 2011 ndash recently graduated seniors 8th grade

Class of 2013 ndash current juniors 6th grade

Class of 2015 ndash current freshman class 4th grade

How digitally ldquonativerdquo are these students

What are their expectations for learning

Implications for Schools

bull Need for strategic human capital planning

bull Need for increased targeted sustained personalized and thoughtful professional development

bull Need for long range planning for studentsrsquo use of technology Requires schools to think of skills sets needed by students at various points in their academic careers while gauging the future of technology

Learning Environments

NYCrsquos The School of One

bull Summer school pilot

bull Middle school math

bull Flexible space

bull Personalized curriculum

bull Regular assessments

bull Variety in delivery of instruction

bull Lesson plan bank

bull Partnered with publishers

NYCrsquos The School of One

bull Summer school pilot

bull Middle school math

bull Flexible space

bull Personalized curriculum

bull Regular assessments

bull Variety in delivery of instruction

bull Lesson plan bank

bull Partnered with publishers

ReImagine Ed

The Third Teacher

You Media

So what

bull Networked learning You must be open to at least letting your kids drive the technology use in your classrooms Be willing to engage them in the ways that they learn best

bull Generational diversity Change is not going to happen without schools working as teams to examine at longitudinal goals

bull 21st century skills The art of teaching comes through via the weaving of 21st century themes into core content You need to provide guidance and be thoughtful when designing classroom activities

bull Learning environments Just as wersquove looked at the whole child we need to start emphasizing the whole learning environment Personalized learning for both students and teachers is important

Getting Started

ISTE Standards

Students Teachers and Administrators

Technology Integration Framework Woodstock (IL) CUSD 200

Various Approaches

bull LoTI

bull University of South Florida Matrix

bull Arizona matrix

bull Using Technology with Classroom Instruction that Works

bull Challenge Based Learning

bull TPACK

bull SMAR

University of South Floridarsquos Tech Intergration Matrix

Grapplingrsquos Technology and Learning Spectrum

A world class education system should call for

globally connected schools

bullThe influence of new media

bullThe push for 21st century skills

bullThe ldquohighly connected teacherrdquo

bullThe urgency presented by complex global problems

CCSSO and Asia Societyrsquos PGL

bull New resource on global competence

bull Download a copy here

From Educating for Global Competence Preparing our Youth to Engage the World

Esther Wojcicki and Michael Levine Teaching for a Shared Future American Educators

Need to Think Globally

EdWeek Global Learning blog by Tony Jackson

THINK GlobalSchool12 countries in 12 trimesters

Connect All SchoolsiEARN

My Story

Apple Distinguished EducatorsGlobal Awareness 2006

bull The World is Flat

bull A Whole New Mind

bull Berlin amp Prague

bull Rethink Global Awareness

Classroom 20

Link

Global Education Conference

httpglobaleducationconferencecom

Over 500000 unique visitors

Over 10000 Members from 142 Countries

Steve Hargadon

Closing Session

2010 - Brian Mannix

2010 - Polar Bears International

2010 - Catlin Gabel School

bull Program Information

2011 - Pam Allyn - LitWorld

2011 - Greg Jacobs - Louder Than a Bomb

2011 - The Shoah Foundation

Project Examples

Dan Meyer

httpvimeocom19507645

ADE Application

Google Lit TripsJerome Burg

A Whole New MindKarl Fisch

The iEARN Project Book

Recommendations

bull Learn to network network to learn

bull Keep it authentic

bull Start small and design very structured projects

bull Join an existing group project

bull Develop a customized vision of 21st century learning for your classroom school and district

WHY NOWoline73 Can you distill why globally connected classrooms are vital in 2010

Photo source

We have urgent problems that need to be addressed and in order to prepare our students to work on these problems we must connect them globally We must teach them how networked learning leads to networked problem solving

httpsgsgmodernizingedu

lucylucygrayconsultingcom

Twitter elemenous

Page 7: Modernizing Education

ldquoThe Highly Connected Teacherrdquo

The National Educational Technology Plan

The K12 Horizon Report

The New Media Consortium

Horizon Report 2011 K-12

bull1 year or less

bull Cloud Computing

bull Mobiles

bull2 to 3 years

bull Game-based learning

bull Open Content

bull4 to 5 years

bull Learning Analytics

bull Personal Learning Environments 2011 Report

Megatrends

People expect to work learn socialize and play whenever and wherever they want to

Megatrends

The Internet is becoming a global mobile network - and already is at its edges

Megatrends

The technologies we use are increasingly cloud-based and delivered over utility networks facilitating the rapid growth of online videos and rich media

Megatrends

Openness mdash concepts like open content open data and open resources mdash is moving from a trend to a value for much of the world

Megatrends

Legal notions of ownership and privacy lag behind the practices common in society The very concept of ownership is blurry

Megatrends

Real challenges of access efficiency and scale are redefining what we mean by quality and success Access to learning in any form is a challenge in too many parts of the world and efficiency in learning systems and institutions is increasingly an expectation of governments

Megatrends

The Internet is constantly challenging us to rethink learning and education while refining our notion of literacy

Megatrends

There is a rise in informal learning as individual needs are redefining schools universities and training Traditional authority is increasingly being challenged in many arenas

Megatrends

Business models across the education ecosystem are changing Look to libraries colleges and the publishing industry

Why Change

Why Evolve

Shift Happens Iowa Did You Know

Project Tomorrowrsquos SpeakUp Survey

Project Tomorrow Recommendations

bull Un-tether learning and leverage mobile devices to extend learning beyond the school day and meet all learners in their own world

bull Create new interactive participatory learning spaces using tools such as online classes gaming and simulations online tutors and virtual reality environments

bull Incorporate Web 20 tools into daily instruction especially those that develop collaborative or social-based learning and provide unique opportunities for students to be content developers

bull Expand digital resources in the classroom to add context and relevancy to learning experiences through new media tools

bull Get beyond the classroom walls and make learning truly experiential such as using high tech science instrumentation and creating podcasts with content experts

Via John Pfluger

The Reality

Public Schools

bull Increased pressure via Race to the Top AYP RTI

bull Less funding

bull Less Time

bull Emphasis on standards and high stakes testing

bull Teacher Proof curricula

bull Less instruction in the arts World Languages etc

bull Longer school days

bull Technology seen as a content delivery Mechanism

bull Constant seeking of silver bullets

Independent Schools

bull Time

bull Resources

bull Streamlined bureaucracy

bull Organizational vision

bull Community Consensus

bull Administrative and collegial support

bull Authentic curriculum

bull Recognition of the Importance of 21st century skills

bull Professional development

bull Teacher autonomy

bull Prepared students

bull Commitment to developing the whole child

bull Parental support

What do effective schools seem to have in common

bull A WIDE RANGE OF EFFORTS TOWARDS CULTIVATING 21ST CENTURY SKILLS AND IMPLEMENTING ROBUST TECHNOLOGY PROGRAMS

bull THE SUCCESS OF ANY PROGRAM DEPENDS ON

bull VISIONARY LEADERSHIP

bull STRATEGIC PLANNING

bull COMMITMENT TO CONTINUOUS IMPROVEMENT

bull THE DEGREE TO WHICH THE SCHOOL IS PRESSURED TO PREPARE STUDENTS FOR A CHANGING WORLD

Greene County Schools

Mooresville Graded School District

My Experience as a Parent

The School at Columbia

bull K-8

bull Columbia University faculty and local kids

bull Innovation driven

bull 1 to 1 laptop program

bull 3 technologists plus tech staff

bull Extensive Google Apps for Education and new media use

bull Other field trip guides computer programming robotics conference

Known as ldquoTHErdquo

Science Leadership Academy

Educon 24

Personalized Learning

Mobile Technologies

21st century skills

generational Diversity

Learningenvironments

Design Thinking

Cloud Computing

Textbook Revolution

CuratedLearning

New Media Literacies

FlippingThe

Classroom

Global Collaboration

Also think about gamification OER

21st Century Skills

A Pedagogical Shift

bull New models of teaching and learning are emerging

bull Rigorous content + 21st century themes

bull ldquoSage on the stagerdquo to ldquoguide on the siderdquo

bull New literacies need to be taught strategically

bull Examples

bull developing a search mentality

bull Student personal learning networks (PLNs)

bull Standards and accountability still are important assessments need revision

The Partnership for 21st Century Skills

The Global Achievement Gap

Critical Thinking and Problem-Solving

Collaboration Across Networks and Leading by Influence

Agility and Adaptability

Initiative and Entrepreneurialism

Effective Oral and Written Communication

Accessing and Analyzing Information

Curiosity and Imagination

ManagingGenerational Diversity

Teachers and Students

bull Adults have different learning styles How are we taking this into account in terms of professional development and human capital

bull Baby Boomers

bull Gen Xers

bull Gen Yers

bull Kids have had different levels of exposure to technology The period of time at which our schools have been wired is fairly short

Basic online entertainment (online videos playing games)

E-commerce (online shopping banking and travel reservations)

Research and information gathering (product research news health and religious information searches)

Email and search

Active engagement with social media(visit SNS create SNS profile create blogs)

More advanced online entertainment (download videos music and podcasts)

More advanced communication and passive social media use (instant messaging visit SNS read blogs)

From State of the Internet 2009 Pew Internet Project Findings and Implications for Libraries

The vast majority of online adults from all generations uses email and search engines

While there are always exceptions older generations typically do not engage with the internet past e-commerce

The majority of teens and Gen Y use SNS but fewer maintain blogs Online adults older than Gen X are less likely to use SNS

Online activity pyramid by generation

Beloit Collegersquos Mindset List

0

25

50

75

100

1994 1996 1998 2000 2002

K-12 Classroom Internet Connectivity

Classroom Internet Connectivity

2007

Coming Soon to Campus The New Free Agent Learner Julie Evans CEO-Project Tomorrow Campus Technology 09 Jul 27 2009

Class of 2011 ndash recently graduated seniors 8th grade

Class of 2013 ndash current juniors 6th grade

Class of 2015 ndash current freshman class 4th grade

How digitally ldquonativerdquo are these students

What are their expectations for learning

Implications for Schools

bull Need for strategic human capital planning

bull Need for increased targeted sustained personalized and thoughtful professional development

bull Need for long range planning for studentsrsquo use of technology Requires schools to think of skills sets needed by students at various points in their academic careers while gauging the future of technology

Learning Environments

NYCrsquos The School of One

bull Summer school pilot

bull Middle school math

bull Flexible space

bull Personalized curriculum

bull Regular assessments

bull Variety in delivery of instruction

bull Lesson plan bank

bull Partnered with publishers

NYCrsquos The School of One

bull Summer school pilot

bull Middle school math

bull Flexible space

bull Personalized curriculum

bull Regular assessments

bull Variety in delivery of instruction

bull Lesson plan bank

bull Partnered with publishers

ReImagine Ed

The Third Teacher

You Media

So what

bull Networked learning You must be open to at least letting your kids drive the technology use in your classrooms Be willing to engage them in the ways that they learn best

bull Generational diversity Change is not going to happen without schools working as teams to examine at longitudinal goals

bull 21st century skills The art of teaching comes through via the weaving of 21st century themes into core content You need to provide guidance and be thoughtful when designing classroom activities

bull Learning environments Just as wersquove looked at the whole child we need to start emphasizing the whole learning environment Personalized learning for both students and teachers is important

Getting Started

ISTE Standards

Students Teachers and Administrators

Technology Integration Framework Woodstock (IL) CUSD 200

Various Approaches

bull LoTI

bull University of South Florida Matrix

bull Arizona matrix

bull Using Technology with Classroom Instruction that Works

bull Challenge Based Learning

bull TPACK

bull SMAR

University of South Floridarsquos Tech Intergration Matrix

Grapplingrsquos Technology and Learning Spectrum

A world class education system should call for

globally connected schools

bullThe influence of new media

bullThe push for 21st century skills

bullThe ldquohighly connected teacherrdquo

bullThe urgency presented by complex global problems

CCSSO and Asia Societyrsquos PGL

bull New resource on global competence

bull Download a copy here

From Educating for Global Competence Preparing our Youth to Engage the World

Esther Wojcicki and Michael Levine Teaching for a Shared Future American Educators

Need to Think Globally

EdWeek Global Learning blog by Tony Jackson

THINK GlobalSchool12 countries in 12 trimesters

Connect All SchoolsiEARN

My Story

Apple Distinguished EducatorsGlobal Awareness 2006

bull The World is Flat

bull A Whole New Mind

bull Berlin amp Prague

bull Rethink Global Awareness

Classroom 20

Link

Global Education Conference

httpglobaleducationconferencecom

Over 500000 unique visitors

Over 10000 Members from 142 Countries

Steve Hargadon

Closing Session

2010 - Brian Mannix

2010 - Polar Bears International

2010 - Catlin Gabel School

bull Program Information

2011 - Pam Allyn - LitWorld

2011 - Greg Jacobs - Louder Than a Bomb

2011 - The Shoah Foundation

Project Examples

Dan Meyer

httpvimeocom19507645

ADE Application

Google Lit TripsJerome Burg

A Whole New MindKarl Fisch

The iEARN Project Book

Recommendations

bull Learn to network network to learn

bull Keep it authentic

bull Start small and design very structured projects

bull Join an existing group project

bull Develop a customized vision of 21st century learning for your classroom school and district

WHY NOWoline73 Can you distill why globally connected classrooms are vital in 2010

Photo source

We have urgent problems that need to be addressed and in order to prepare our students to work on these problems we must connect them globally We must teach them how networked learning leads to networked problem solving

httpsgsgmodernizingedu

lucylucygrayconsultingcom

Twitter elemenous

Page 8: Modernizing Education

The K12 Horizon Report

The New Media Consortium

Horizon Report 2011 K-12

bull1 year or less

bull Cloud Computing

bull Mobiles

bull2 to 3 years

bull Game-based learning

bull Open Content

bull4 to 5 years

bull Learning Analytics

bull Personal Learning Environments 2011 Report

Megatrends

People expect to work learn socialize and play whenever and wherever they want to

Megatrends

The Internet is becoming a global mobile network - and already is at its edges

Megatrends

The technologies we use are increasingly cloud-based and delivered over utility networks facilitating the rapid growth of online videos and rich media

Megatrends

Openness mdash concepts like open content open data and open resources mdash is moving from a trend to a value for much of the world

Megatrends

Legal notions of ownership and privacy lag behind the practices common in society The very concept of ownership is blurry

Megatrends

Real challenges of access efficiency and scale are redefining what we mean by quality and success Access to learning in any form is a challenge in too many parts of the world and efficiency in learning systems and institutions is increasingly an expectation of governments

Megatrends

The Internet is constantly challenging us to rethink learning and education while refining our notion of literacy

Megatrends

There is a rise in informal learning as individual needs are redefining schools universities and training Traditional authority is increasingly being challenged in many arenas

Megatrends

Business models across the education ecosystem are changing Look to libraries colleges and the publishing industry

Why Change

Why Evolve

Shift Happens Iowa Did You Know

Project Tomorrowrsquos SpeakUp Survey

Project Tomorrow Recommendations

bull Un-tether learning and leverage mobile devices to extend learning beyond the school day and meet all learners in their own world

bull Create new interactive participatory learning spaces using tools such as online classes gaming and simulations online tutors and virtual reality environments

bull Incorporate Web 20 tools into daily instruction especially those that develop collaborative or social-based learning and provide unique opportunities for students to be content developers

bull Expand digital resources in the classroom to add context and relevancy to learning experiences through new media tools

bull Get beyond the classroom walls and make learning truly experiential such as using high tech science instrumentation and creating podcasts with content experts

Via John Pfluger

The Reality

Public Schools

bull Increased pressure via Race to the Top AYP RTI

bull Less funding

bull Less Time

bull Emphasis on standards and high stakes testing

bull Teacher Proof curricula

bull Less instruction in the arts World Languages etc

bull Longer school days

bull Technology seen as a content delivery Mechanism

bull Constant seeking of silver bullets

Independent Schools

bull Time

bull Resources

bull Streamlined bureaucracy

bull Organizational vision

bull Community Consensus

bull Administrative and collegial support

bull Authentic curriculum

bull Recognition of the Importance of 21st century skills

bull Professional development

bull Teacher autonomy

bull Prepared students

bull Commitment to developing the whole child

bull Parental support

What do effective schools seem to have in common

bull A WIDE RANGE OF EFFORTS TOWARDS CULTIVATING 21ST CENTURY SKILLS AND IMPLEMENTING ROBUST TECHNOLOGY PROGRAMS

bull THE SUCCESS OF ANY PROGRAM DEPENDS ON

bull VISIONARY LEADERSHIP

bull STRATEGIC PLANNING

bull COMMITMENT TO CONTINUOUS IMPROVEMENT

bull THE DEGREE TO WHICH THE SCHOOL IS PRESSURED TO PREPARE STUDENTS FOR A CHANGING WORLD

Greene County Schools

Mooresville Graded School District

My Experience as a Parent

The School at Columbia

bull K-8

bull Columbia University faculty and local kids

bull Innovation driven

bull 1 to 1 laptop program

bull 3 technologists plus tech staff

bull Extensive Google Apps for Education and new media use

bull Other field trip guides computer programming robotics conference

Known as ldquoTHErdquo

Science Leadership Academy

Educon 24

Personalized Learning

Mobile Technologies

21st century skills

generational Diversity

Learningenvironments

Design Thinking

Cloud Computing

Textbook Revolution

CuratedLearning

New Media Literacies

FlippingThe

Classroom

Global Collaboration

Also think about gamification OER

21st Century Skills

A Pedagogical Shift

bull New models of teaching and learning are emerging

bull Rigorous content + 21st century themes

bull ldquoSage on the stagerdquo to ldquoguide on the siderdquo

bull New literacies need to be taught strategically

bull Examples

bull developing a search mentality

bull Student personal learning networks (PLNs)

bull Standards and accountability still are important assessments need revision

The Partnership for 21st Century Skills

The Global Achievement Gap

Critical Thinking and Problem-Solving

Collaboration Across Networks and Leading by Influence

Agility and Adaptability

Initiative and Entrepreneurialism

Effective Oral and Written Communication

Accessing and Analyzing Information

Curiosity and Imagination

ManagingGenerational Diversity

Teachers and Students

bull Adults have different learning styles How are we taking this into account in terms of professional development and human capital

bull Baby Boomers

bull Gen Xers

bull Gen Yers

bull Kids have had different levels of exposure to technology The period of time at which our schools have been wired is fairly short

Basic online entertainment (online videos playing games)

E-commerce (online shopping banking and travel reservations)

Research and information gathering (product research news health and religious information searches)

Email and search

Active engagement with social media(visit SNS create SNS profile create blogs)

More advanced online entertainment (download videos music and podcasts)

More advanced communication and passive social media use (instant messaging visit SNS read blogs)

From State of the Internet 2009 Pew Internet Project Findings and Implications for Libraries

The vast majority of online adults from all generations uses email and search engines

While there are always exceptions older generations typically do not engage with the internet past e-commerce

The majority of teens and Gen Y use SNS but fewer maintain blogs Online adults older than Gen X are less likely to use SNS

Online activity pyramid by generation

Beloit Collegersquos Mindset List

0

25

50

75

100

1994 1996 1998 2000 2002

K-12 Classroom Internet Connectivity

Classroom Internet Connectivity

2007

Coming Soon to Campus The New Free Agent Learner Julie Evans CEO-Project Tomorrow Campus Technology 09 Jul 27 2009

Class of 2011 ndash recently graduated seniors 8th grade

Class of 2013 ndash current juniors 6th grade

Class of 2015 ndash current freshman class 4th grade

How digitally ldquonativerdquo are these students

What are their expectations for learning

Implications for Schools

bull Need for strategic human capital planning

bull Need for increased targeted sustained personalized and thoughtful professional development

bull Need for long range planning for studentsrsquo use of technology Requires schools to think of skills sets needed by students at various points in their academic careers while gauging the future of technology

Learning Environments

NYCrsquos The School of One

bull Summer school pilot

bull Middle school math

bull Flexible space

bull Personalized curriculum

bull Regular assessments

bull Variety in delivery of instruction

bull Lesson plan bank

bull Partnered with publishers

NYCrsquos The School of One

bull Summer school pilot

bull Middle school math

bull Flexible space

bull Personalized curriculum

bull Regular assessments

bull Variety in delivery of instruction

bull Lesson plan bank

bull Partnered with publishers

ReImagine Ed

The Third Teacher

You Media

So what

bull Networked learning You must be open to at least letting your kids drive the technology use in your classrooms Be willing to engage them in the ways that they learn best

bull Generational diversity Change is not going to happen without schools working as teams to examine at longitudinal goals

bull 21st century skills The art of teaching comes through via the weaving of 21st century themes into core content You need to provide guidance and be thoughtful when designing classroom activities

bull Learning environments Just as wersquove looked at the whole child we need to start emphasizing the whole learning environment Personalized learning for both students and teachers is important

Getting Started

ISTE Standards

Students Teachers and Administrators

Technology Integration Framework Woodstock (IL) CUSD 200

Various Approaches

bull LoTI

bull University of South Florida Matrix

bull Arizona matrix

bull Using Technology with Classroom Instruction that Works

bull Challenge Based Learning

bull TPACK

bull SMAR

University of South Floridarsquos Tech Intergration Matrix

Grapplingrsquos Technology and Learning Spectrum

A world class education system should call for

globally connected schools

bullThe influence of new media

bullThe push for 21st century skills

bullThe ldquohighly connected teacherrdquo

bullThe urgency presented by complex global problems

CCSSO and Asia Societyrsquos PGL

bull New resource on global competence

bull Download a copy here

From Educating for Global Competence Preparing our Youth to Engage the World

Esther Wojcicki and Michael Levine Teaching for a Shared Future American Educators

Need to Think Globally

EdWeek Global Learning blog by Tony Jackson

THINK GlobalSchool12 countries in 12 trimesters

Connect All SchoolsiEARN

My Story

Apple Distinguished EducatorsGlobal Awareness 2006

bull The World is Flat

bull A Whole New Mind

bull Berlin amp Prague

bull Rethink Global Awareness

Classroom 20

Link

Global Education Conference

httpglobaleducationconferencecom

Over 500000 unique visitors

Over 10000 Members from 142 Countries

Steve Hargadon

Closing Session

2010 - Brian Mannix

2010 - Polar Bears International

2010 - Catlin Gabel School

bull Program Information

2011 - Pam Allyn - LitWorld

2011 - Greg Jacobs - Louder Than a Bomb

2011 - The Shoah Foundation

Project Examples

Dan Meyer

httpvimeocom19507645

ADE Application

Google Lit TripsJerome Burg

A Whole New MindKarl Fisch

The iEARN Project Book

Recommendations

bull Learn to network network to learn

bull Keep it authentic

bull Start small and design very structured projects

bull Join an existing group project

bull Develop a customized vision of 21st century learning for your classroom school and district

WHY NOWoline73 Can you distill why globally connected classrooms are vital in 2010

Photo source

We have urgent problems that need to be addressed and in order to prepare our students to work on these problems we must connect them globally We must teach them how networked learning leads to networked problem solving

httpsgsgmodernizingedu

lucylucygrayconsultingcom

Twitter elemenous

Page 9: Modernizing Education

The New Media Consortium

Horizon Report 2011 K-12

bull1 year or less

bull Cloud Computing

bull Mobiles

bull2 to 3 years

bull Game-based learning

bull Open Content

bull4 to 5 years

bull Learning Analytics

bull Personal Learning Environments 2011 Report

Megatrends

People expect to work learn socialize and play whenever and wherever they want to

Megatrends

The Internet is becoming a global mobile network - and already is at its edges

Megatrends

The technologies we use are increasingly cloud-based and delivered over utility networks facilitating the rapid growth of online videos and rich media

Megatrends

Openness mdash concepts like open content open data and open resources mdash is moving from a trend to a value for much of the world

Megatrends

Legal notions of ownership and privacy lag behind the practices common in society The very concept of ownership is blurry

Megatrends

Real challenges of access efficiency and scale are redefining what we mean by quality and success Access to learning in any form is a challenge in too many parts of the world and efficiency in learning systems and institutions is increasingly an expectation of governments

Megatrends

The Internet is constantly challenging us to rethink learning and education while refining our notion of literacy

Megatrends

There is a rise in informal learning as individual needs are redefining schools universities and training Traditional authority is increasingly being challenged in many arenas

Megatrends

Business models across the education ecosystem are changing Look to libraries colleges and the publishing industry

Why Change

Why Evolve

Shift Happens Iowa Did You Know

Project Tomorrowrsquos SpeakUp Survey

Project Tomorrow Recommendations

bull Un-tether learning and leverage mobile devices to extend learning beyond the school day and meet all learners in their own world

bull Create new interactive participatory learning spaces using tools such as online classes gaming and simulations online tutors and virtual reality environments

bull Incorporate Web 20 tools into daily instruction especially those that develop collaborative or social-based learning and provide unique opportunities for students to be content developers

bull Expand digital resources in the classroom to add context and relevancy to learning experiences through new media tools

bull Get beyond the classroom walls and make learning truly experiential such as using high tech science instrumentation and creating podcasts with content experts

Via John Pfluger

The Reality

Public Schools

bull Increased pressure via Race to the Top AYP RTI

bull Less funding

bull Less Time

bull Emphasis on standards and high stakes testing

bull Teacher Proof curricula

bull Less instruction in the arts World Languages etc

bull Longer school days

bull Technology seen as a content delivery Mechanism

bull Constant seeking of silver bullets

Independent Schools

bull Time

bull Resources

bull Streamlined bureaucracy

bull Organizational vision

bull Community Consensus

bull Administrative and collegial support

bull Authentic curriculum

bull Recognition of the Importance of 21st century skills

bull Professional development

bull Teacher autonomy

bull Prepared students

bull Commitment to developing the whole child

bull Parental support

What do effective schools seem to have in common

bull A WIDE RANGE OF EFFORTS TOWARDS CULTIVATING 21ST CENTURY SKILLS AND IMPLEMENTING ROBUST TECHNOLOGY PROGRAMS

bull THE SUCCESS OF ANY PROGRAM DEPENDS ON

bull VISIONARY LEADERSHIP

bull STRATEGIC PLANNING

bull COMMITMENT TO CONTINUOUS IMPROVEMENT

bull THE DEGREE TO WHICH THE SCHOOL IS PRESSURED TO PREPARE STUDENTS FOR A CHANGING WORLD

Greene County Schools

Mooresville Graded School District

My Experience as a Parent

The School at Columbia

bull K-8

bull Columbia University faculty and local kids

bull Innovation driven

bull 1 to 1 laptop program

bull 3 technologists plus tech staff

bull Extensive Google Apps for Education and new media use

bull Other field trip guides computer programming robotics conference

Known as ldquoTHErdquo

Science Leadership Academy

Educon 24

Personalized Learning

Mobile Technologies

21st century skills

generational Diversity

Learningenvironments

Design Thinking

Cloud Computing

Textbook Revolution

CuratedLearning

New Media Literacies

FlippingThe

Classroom

Global Collaboration

Also think about gamification OER

21st Century Skills

A Pedagogical Shift

bull New models of teaching and learning are emerging

bull Rigorous content + 21st century themes

bull ldquoSage on the stagerdquo to ldquoguide on the siderdquo

bull New literacies need to be taught strategically

bull Examples

bull developing a search mentality

bull Student personal learning networks (PLNs)

bull Standards and accountability still are important assessments need revision

The Partnership for 21st Century Skills

The Global Achievement Gap

Critical Thinking and Problem-Solving

Collaboration Across Networks and Leading by Influence

Agility and Adaptability

Initiative and Entrepreneurialism

Effective Oral and Written Communication

Accessing and Analyzing Information

Curiosity and Imagination

ManagingGenerational Diversity

Teachers and Students

bull Adults have different learning styles How are we taking this into account in terms of professional development and human capital

bull Baby Boomers

bull Gen Xers

bull Gen Yers

bull Kids have had different levels of exposure to technology The period of time at which our schools have been wired is fairly short

Basic online entertainment (online videos playing games)

E-commerce (online shopping banking and travel reservations)

Research and information gathering (product research news health and religious information searches)

Email and search

Active engagement with social media(visit SNS create SNS profile create blogs)

More advanced online entertainment (download videos music and podcasts)

More advanced communication and passive social media use (instant messaging visit SNS read blogs)

From State of the Internet 2009 Pew Internet Project Findings and Implications for Libraries

The vast majority of online adults from all generations uses email and search engines

While there are always exceptions older generations typically do not engage with the internet past e-commerce

The majority of teens and Gen Y use SNS but fewer maintain blogs Online adults older than Gen X are less likely to use SNS

Online activity pyramid by generation

Beloit Collegersquos Mindset List

0

25

50

75

100

1994 1996 1998 2000 2002

K-12 Classroom Internet Connectivity

Classroom Internet Connectivity

2007

Coming Soon to Campus The New Free Agent Learner Julie Evans CEO-Project Tomorrow Campus Technology 09 Jul 27 2009

Class of 2011 ndash recently graduated seniors 8th grade

Class of 2013 ndash current juniors 6th grade

Class of 2015 ndash current freshman class 4th grade

How digitally ldquonativerdquo are these students

What are their expectations for learning

Implications for Schools

bull Need for strategic human capital planning

bull Need for increased targeted sustained personalized and thoughtful professional development

bull Need for long range planning for studentsrsquo use of technology Requires schools to think of skills sets needed by students at various points in their academic careers while gauging the future of technology

Learning Environments

NYCrsquos The School of One

bull Summer school pilot

bull Middle school math

bull Flexible space

bull Personalized curriculum

bull Regular assessments

bull Variety in delivery of instruction

bull Lesson plan bank

bull Partnered with publishers

NYCrsquos The School of One

bull Summer school pilot

bull Middle school math

bull Flexible space

bull Personalized curriculum

bull Regular assessments

bull Variety in delivery of instruction

bull Lesson plan bank

bull Partnered with publishers

ReImagine Ed

The Third Teacher

You Media

So what

bull Networked learning You must be open to at least letting your kids drive the technology use in your classrooms Be willing to engage them in the ways that they learn best

bull Generational diversity Change is not going to happen without schools working as teams to examine at longitudinal goals

bull 21st century skills The art of teaching comes through via the weaving of 21st century themes into core content You need to provide guidance and be thoughtful when designing classroom activities

bull Learning environments Just as wersquove looked at the whole child we need to start emphasizing the whole learning environment Personalized learning for both students and teachers is important

Getting Started

ISTE Standards

Students Teachers and Administrators

Technology Integration Framework Woodstock (IL) CUSD 200

Various Approaches

bull LoTI

bull University of South Florida Matrix

bull Arizona matrix

bull Using Technology with Classroom Instruction that Works

bull Challenge Based Learning

bull TPACK

bull SMAR

University of South Floridarsquos Tech Intergration Matrix

Grapplingrsquos Technology and Learning Spectrum

A world class education system should call for

globally connected schools

bullThe influence of new media

bullThe push for 21st century skills

bullThe ldquohighly connected teacherrdquo

bullThe urgency presented by complex global problems

CCSSO and Asia Societyrsquos PGL

bull New resource on global competence

bull Download a copy here

From Educating for Global Competence Preparing our Youth to Engage the World

Esther Wojcicki and Michael Levine Teaching for a Shared Future American Educators

Need to Think Globally

EdWeek Global Learning blog by Tony Jackson

THINK GlobalSchool12 countries in 12 trimesters

Connect All SchoolsiEARN

My Story

Apple Distinguished EducatorsGlobal Awareness 2006

bull The World is Flat

bull A Whole New Mind

bull Berlin amp Prague

bull Rethink Global Awareness

Classroom 20

Link

Global Education Conference

httpglobaleducationconferencecom

Over 500000 unique visitors

Over 10000 Members from 142 Countries

Steve Hargadon

Closing Session

2010 - Brian Mannix

2010 - Polar Bears International

2010 - Catlin Gabel School

bull Program Information

2011 - Pam Allyn - LitWorld

2011 - Greg Jacobs - Louder Than a Bomb

2011 - The Shoah Foundation

Project Examples

Dan Meyer

httpvimeocom19507645

ADE Application

Google Lit TripsJerome Burg

A Whole New MindKarl Fisch

The iEARN Project Book

Recommendations

bull Learn to network network to learn

bull Keep it authentic

bull Start small and design very structured projects

bull Join an existing group project

bull Develop a customized vision of 21st century learning for your classroom school and district

WHY NOWoline73 Can you distill why globally connected classrooms are vital in 2010

Photo source

We have urgent problems that need to be addressed and in order to prepare our students to work on these problems we must connect them globally We must teach them how networked learning leads to networked problem solving

httpsgsgmodernizingedu

lucylucygrayconsultingcom

Twitter elemenous

Page 10: Modernizing Education

Megatrends

People expect to work learn socialize and play whenever and wherever they want to

Megatrends

The Internet is becoming a global mobile network - and already is at its edges

Megatrends

The technologies we use are increasingly cloud-based and delivered over utility networks facilitating the rapid growth of online videos and rich media

Megatrends

Openness mdash concepts like open content open data and open resources mdash is moving from a trend to a value for much of the world

Megatrends

Legal notions of ownership and privacy lag behind the practices common in society The very concept of ownership is blurry

Megatrends

Real challenges of access efficiency and scale are redefining what we mean by quality and success Access to learning in any form is a challenge in too many parts of the world and efficiency in learning systems and institutions is increasingly an expectation of governments

Megatrends

The Internet is constantly challenging us to rethink learning and education while refining our notion of literacy

Megatrends

There is a rise in informal learning as individual needs are redefining schools universities and training Traditional authority is increasingly being challenged in many arenas

Megatrends

Business models across the education ecosystem are changing Look to libraries colleges and the publishing industry

Why Change

Why Evolve

Shift Happens Iowa Did You Know

Project Tomorrowrsquos SpeakUp Survey

Project Tomorrow Recommendations

bull Un-tether learning and leverage mobile devices to extend learning beyond the school day and meet all learners in their own world

bull Create new interactive participatory learning spaces using tools such as online classes gaming and simulations online tutors and virtual reality environments

bull Incorporate Web 20 tools into daily instruction especially those that develop collaborative or social-based learning and provide unique opportunities for students to be content developers

bull Expand digital resources in the classroom to add context and relevancy to learning experiences through new media tools

bull Get beyond the classroom walls and make learning truly experiential such as using high tech science instrumentation and creating podcasts with content experts

Via John Pfluger

The Reality

Public Schools

bull Increased pressure via Race to the Top AYP RTI

bull Less funding

bull Less Time

bull Emphasis on standards and high stakes testing

bull Teacher Proof curricula

bull Less instruction in the arts World Languages etc

bull Longer school days

bull Technology seen as a content delivery Mechanism

bull Constant seeking of silver bullets

Independent Schools

bull Time

bull Resources

bull Streamlined bureaucracy

bull Organizational vision

bull Community Consensus

bull Administrative and collegial support

bull Authentic curriculum

bull Recognition of the Importance of 21st century skills

bull Professional development

bull Teacher autonomy

bull Prepared students

bull Commitment to developing the whole child

bull Parental support

What do effective schools seem to have in common

bull A WIDE RANGE OF EFFORTS TOWARDS CULTIVATING 21ST CENTURY SKILLS AND IMPLEMENTING ROBUST TECHNOLOGY PROGRAMS

bull THE SUCCESS OF ANY PROGRAM DEPENDS ON

bull VISIONARY LEADERSHIP

bull STRATEGIC PLANNING

bull COMMITMENT TO CONTINUOUS IMPROVEMENT

bull THE DEGREE TO WHICH THE SCHOOL IS PRESSURED TO PREPARE STUDENTS FOR A CHANGING WORLD

Greene County Schools

Mooresville Graded School District

My Experience as a Parent

The School at Columbia

bull K-8

bull Columbia University faculty and local kids

bull Innovation driven

bull 1 to 1 laptop program

bull 3 technologists plus tech staff

bull Extensive Google Apps for Education and new media use

bull Other field trip guides computer programming robotics conference

Known as ldquoTHErdquo

Science Leadership Academy

Educon 24

Personalized Learning

Mobile Technologies

21st century skills

generational Diversity

Learningenvironments

Design Thinking

Cloud Computing

Textbook Revolution

CuratedLearning

New Media Literacies

FlippingThe

Classroom

Global Collaboration

Also think about gamification OER

21st Century Skills

A Pedagogical Shift

bull New models of teaching and learning are emerging

bull Rigorous content + 21st century themes

bull ldquoSage on the stagerdquo to ldquoguide on the siderdquo

bull New literacies need to be taught strategically

bull Examples

bull developing a search mentality

bull Student personal learning networks (PLNs)

bull Standards and accountability still are important assessments need revision

The Partnership for 21st Century Skills

The Global Achievement Gap

Critical Thinking and Problem-Solving

Collaboration Across Networks and Leading by Influence

Agility and Adaptability

Initiative and Entrepreneurialism

Effective Oral and Written Communication

Accessing and Analyzing Information

Curiosity and Imagination

ManagingGenerational Diversity

Teachers and Students

bull Adults have different learning styles How are we taking this into account in terms of professional development and human capital

bull Baby Boomers

bull Gen Xers

bull Gen Yers

bull Kids have had different levels of exposure to technology The period of time at which our schools have been wired is fairly short

Basic online entertainment (online videos playing games)

E-commerce (online shopping banking and travel reservations)

Research and information gathering (product research news health and religious information searches)

Email and search

Active engagement with social media(visit SNS create SNS profile create blogs)

More advanced online entertainment (download videos music and podcasts)

More advanced communication and passive social media use (instant messaging visit SNS read blogs)

From State of the Internet 2009 Pew Internet Project Findings and Implications for Libraries

The vast majority of online adults from all generations uses email and search engines

While there are always exceptions older generations typically do not engage with the internet past e-commerce

The majority of teens and Gen Y use SNS but fewer maintain blogs Online adults older than Gen X are less likely to use SNS

Online activity pyramid by generation

Beloit Collegersquos Mindset List

0

25

50

75

100

1994 1996 1998 2000 2002

K-12 Classroom Internet Connectivity

Classroom Internet Connectivity

2007

Coming Soon to Campus The New Free Agent Learner Julie Evans CEO-Project Tomorrow Campus Technology 09 Jul 27 2009

Class of 2011 ndash recently graduated seniors 8th grade

Class of 2013 ndash current juniors 6th grade

Class of 2015 ndash current freshman class 4th grade

How digitally ldquonativerdquo are these students

What are their expectations for learning

Implications for Schools

bull Need for strategic human capital planning

bull Need for increased targeted sustained personalized and thoughtful professional development

bull Need for long range planning for studentsrsquo use of technology Requires schools to think of skills sets needed by students at various points in their academic careers while gauging the future of technology

Learning Environments

NYCrsquos The School of One

bull Summer school pilot

bull Middle school math

bull Flexible space

bull Personalized curriculum

bull Regular assessments

bull Variety in delivery of instruction

bull Lesson plan bank

bull Partnered with publishers

NYCrsquos The School of One

bull Summer school pilot

bull Middle school math

bull Flexible space

bull Personalized curriculum

bull Regular assessments

bull Variety in delivery of instruction

bull Lesson plan bank

bull Partnered with publishers

ReImagine Ed

The Third Teacher

You Media

So what

bull Networked learning You must be open to at least letting your kids drive the technology use in your classrooms Be willing to engage them in the ways that they learn best

bull Generational diversity Change is not going to happen without schools working as teams to examine at longitudinal goals

bull 21st century skills The art of teaching comes through via the weaving of 21st century themes into core content You need to provide guidance and be thoughtful when designing classroom activities

bull Learning environments Just as wersquove looked at the whole child we need to start emphasizing the whole learning environment Personalized learning for both students and teachers is important

Getting Started

ISTE Standards

Students Teachers and Administrators

Technology Integration Framework Woodstock (IL) CUSD 200

Various Approaches

bull LoTI

bull University of South Florida Matrix

bull Arizona matrix

bull Using Technology with Classroom Instruction that Works

bull Challenge Based Learning

bull TPACK

bull SMAR

University of South Floridarsquos Tech Intergration Matrix

Grapplingrsquos Technology and Learning Spectrum

A world class education system should call for

globally connected schools

bullThe influence of new media

bullThe push for 21st century skills

bullThe ldquohighly connected teacherrdquo

bullThe urgency presented by complex global problems

CCSSO and Asia Societyrsquos PGL

bull New resource on global competence

bull Download a copy here

From Educating for Global Competence Preparing our Youth to Engage the World

Esther Wojcicki and Michael Levine Teaching for a Shared Future American Educators

Need to Think Globally

EdWeek Global Learning blog by Tony Jackson

THINK GlobalSchool12 countries in 12 trimesters

Connect All SchoolsiEARN

My Story

Apple Distinguished EducatorsGlobal Awareness 2006

bull The World is Flat

bull A Whole New Mind

bull Berlin amp Prague

bull Rethink Global Awareness

Classroom 20

Link

Global Education Conference

httpglobaleducationconferencecom

Over 500000 unique visitors

Over 10000 Members from 142 Countries

Steve Hargadon

Closing Session

2010 - Brian Mannix

2010 - Polar Bears International

2010 - Catlin Gabel School

bull Program Information

2011 - Pam Allyn - LitWorld

2011 - Greg Jacobs - Louder Than a Bomb

2011 - The Shoah Foundation

Project Examples

Dan Meyer

httpvimeocom19507645

ADE Application

Google Lit TripsJerome Burg

A Whole New MindKarl Fisch

The iEARN Project Book

Recommendations

bull Learn to network network to learn

bull Keep it authentic

bull Start small and design very structured projects

bull Join an existing group project

bull Develop a customized vision of 21st century learning for your classroom school and district

WHY NOWoline73 Can you distill why globally connected classrooms are vital in 2010

Photo source

We have urgent problems that need to be addressed and in order to prepare our students to work on these problems we must connect them globally We must teach them how networked learning leads to networked problem solving

httpsgsgmodernizingedu

lucylucygrayconsultingcom

Twitter elemenous

Page 11: Modernizing Education

Megatrends

The Internet is becoming a global mobile network - and already is at its edges

Megatrends

The technologies we use are increasingly cloud-based and delivered over utility networks facilitating the rapid growth of online videos and rich media

Megatrends

Openness mdash concepts like open content open data and open resources mdash is moving from a trend to a value for much of the world

Megatrends

Legal notions of ownership and privacy lag behind the practices common in society The very concept of ownership is blurry

Megatrends

Real challenges of access efficiency and scale are redefining what we mean by quality and success Access to learning in any form is a challenge in too many parts of the world and efficiency in learning systems and institutions is increasingly an expectation of governments

Megatrends

The Internet is constantly challenging us to rethink learning and education while refining our notion of literacy

Megatrends

There is a rise in informal learning as individual needs are redefining schools universities and training Traditional authority is increasingly being challenged in many arenas

Megatrends

Business models across the education ecosystem are changing Look to libraries colleges and the publishing industry

Why Change

Why Evolve

Shift Happens Iowa Did You Know

Project Tomorrowrsquos SpeakUp Survey

Project Tomorrow Recommendations

bull Un-tether learning and leverage mobile devices to extend learning beyond the school day and meet all learners in their own world

bull Create new interactive participatory learning spaces using tools such as online classes gaming and simulations online tutors and virtual reality environments

bull Incorporate Web 20 tools into daily instruction especially those that develop collaborative or social-based learning and provide unique opportunities for students to be content developers

bull Expand digital resources in the classroom to add context and relevancy to learning experiences through new media tools

bull Get beyond the classroom walls and make learning truly experiential such as using high tech science instrumentation and creating podcasts with content experts

Via John Pfluger

The Reality

Public Schools

bull Increased pressure via Race to the Top AYP RTI

bull Less funding

bull Less Time

bull Emphasis on standards and high stakes testing

bull Teacher Proof curricula

bull Less instruction in the arts World Languages etc

bull Longer school days

bull Technology seen as a content delivery Mechanism

bull Constant seeking of silver bullets

Independent Schools

bull Time

bull Resources

bull Streamlined bureaucracy

bull Organizational vision

bull Community Consensus

bull Administrative and collegial support

bull Authentic curriculum

bull Recognition of the Importance of 21st century skills

bull Professional development

bull Teacher autonomy

bull Prepared students

bull Commitment to developing the whole child

bull Parental support

What do effective schools seem to have in common

bull A WIDE RANGE OF EFFORTS TOWARDS CULTIVATING 21ST CENTURY SKILLS AND IMPLEMENTING ROBUST TECHNOLOGY PROGRAMS

bull THE SUCCESS OF ANY PROGRAM DEPENDS ON

bull VISIONARY LEADERSHIP

bull STRATEGIC PLANNING

bull COMMITMENT TO CONTINUOUS IMPROVEMENT

bull THE DEGREE TO WHICH THE SCHOOL IS PRESSURED TO PREPARE STUDENTS FOR A CHANGING WORLD

Greene County Schools

Mooresville Graded School District

My Experience as a Parent

The School at Columbia

bull K-8

bull Columbia University faculty and local kids

bull Innovation driven

bull 1 to 1 laptop program

bull 3 technologists plus tech staff

bull Extensive Google Apps for Education and new media use

bull Other field trip guides computer programming robotics conference

Known as ldquoTHErdquo

Science Leadership Academy

Educon 24

Personalized Learning

Mobile Technologies

21st century skills

generational Diversity

Learningenvironments

Design Thinking

Cloud Computing

Textbook Revolution

CuratedLearning

New Media Literacies

FlippingThe

Classroom

Global Collaboration

Also think about gamification OER

21st Century Skills

A Pedagogical Shift

bull New models of teaching and learning are emerging

bull Rigorous content + 21st century themes

bull ldquoSage on the stagerdquo to ldquoguide on the siderdquo

bull New literacies need to be taught strategically

bull Examples

bull developing a search mentality

bull Student personal learning networks (PLNs)

bull Standards and accountability still are important assessments need revision

The Partnership for 21st Century Skills

The Global Achievement Gap

Critical Thinking and Problem-Solving

Collaboration Across Networks and Leading by Influence

Agility and Adaptability

Initiative and Entrepreneurialism

Effective Oral and Written Communication

Accessing and Analyzing Information

Curiosity and Imagination

ManagingGenerational Diversity

Teachers and Students

bull Adults have different learning styles How are we taking this into account in terms of professional development and human capital

bull Baby Boomers

bull Gen Xers

bull Gen Yers

bull Kids have had different levels of exposure to technology The period of time at which our schools have been wired is fairly short

Basic online entertainment (online videos playing games)

E-commerce (online shopping banking and travel reservations)

Research and information gathering (product research news health and religious information searches)

Email and search

Active engagement with social media(visit SNS create SNS profile create blogs)

More advanced online entertainment (download videos music and podcasts)

More advanced communication and passive social media use (instant messaging visit SNS read blogs)

From State of the Internet 2009 Pew Internet Project Findings and Implications for Libraries

The vast majority of online adults from all generations uses email and search engines

While there are always exceptions older generations typically do not engage with the internet past e-commerce

The majority of teens and Gen Y use SNS but fewer maintain blogs Online adults older than Gen X are less likely to use SNS

Online activity pyramid by generation

Beloit Collegersquos Mindset List

0

25

50

75

100

1994 1996 1998 2000 2002

K-12 Classroom Internet Connectivity

Classroom Internet Connectivity

2007

Coming Soon to Campus The New Free Agent Learner Julie Evans CEO-Project Tomorrow Campus Technology 09 Jul 27 2009

Class of 2011 ndash recently graduated seniors 8th grade

Class of 2013 ndash current juniors 6th grade

Class of 2015 ndash current freshman class 4th grade

How digitally ldquonativerdquo are these students

What are their expectations for learning

Implications for Schools

bull Need for strategic human capital planning

bull Need for increased targeted sustained personalized and thoughtful professional development

bull Need for long range planning for studentsrsquo use of technology Requires schools to think of skills sets needed by students at various points in their academic careers while gauging the future of technology

Learning Environments

NYCrsquos The School of One

bull Summer school pilot

bull Middle school math

bull Flexible space

bull Personalized curriculum

bull Regular assessments

bull Variety in delivery of instruction

bull Lesson plan bank

bull Partnered with publishers

NYCrsquos The School of One

bull Summer school pilot

bull Middle school math

bull Flexible space

bull Personalized curriculum

bull Regular assessments

bull Variety in delivery of instruction

bull Lesson plan bank

bull Partnered with publishers

ReImagine Ed

The Third Teacher

You Media

So what

bull Networked learning You must be open to at least letting your kids drive the technology use in your classrooms Be willing to engage them in the ways that they learn best

bull Generational diversity Change is not going to happen without schools working as teams to examine at longitudinal goals

bull 21st century skills The art of teaching comes through via the weaving of 21st century themes into core content You need to provide guidance and be thoughtful when designing classroom activities

bull Learning environments Just as wersquove looked at the whole child we need to start emphasizing the whole learning environment Personalized learning for both students and teachers is important

Getting Started

ISTE Standards

Students Teachers and Administrators

Technology Integration Framework Woodstock (IL) CUSD 200

Various Approaches

bull LoTI

bull University of South Florida Matrix

bull Arizona matrix

bull Using Technology with Classroom Instruction that Works

bull Challenge Based Learning

bull TPACK

bull SMAR

University of South Floridarsquos Tech Intergration Matrix

Grapplingrsquos Technology and Learning Spectrum

A world class education system should call for

globally connected schools

bullThe influence of new media

bullThe push for 21st century skills

bullThe ldquohighly connected teacherrdquo

bullThe urgency presented by complex global problems

CCSSO and Asia Societyrsquos PGL

bull New resource on global competence

bull Download a copy here

From Educating for Global Competence Preparing our Youth to Engage the World

Esther Wojcicki and Michael Levine Teaching for a Shared Future American Educators

Need to Think Globally

EdWeek Global Learning blog by Tony Jackson

THINK GlobalSchool12 countries in 12 trimesters

Connect All SchoolsiEARN

My Story

Apple Distinguished EducatorsGlobal Awareness 2006

bull The World is Flat

bull A Whole New Mind

bull Berlin amp Prague

bull Rethink Global Awareness

Classroom 20

Link

Global Education Conference

httpglobaleducationconferencecom

Over 500000 unique visitors

Over 10000 Members from 142 Countries

Steve Hargadon

Closing Session

2010 - Brian Mannix

2010 - Polar Bears International

2010 - Catlin Gabel School

bull Program Information

2011 - Pam Allyn - LitWorld

2011 - Greg Jacobs - Louder Than a Bomb

2011 - The Shoah Foundation

Project Examples

Dan Meyer

httpvimeocom19507645

ADE Application

Google Lit TripsJerome Burg

A Whole New MindKarl Fisch

The iEARN Project Book

Recommendations

bull Learn to network network to learn

bull Keep it authentic

bull Start small and design very structured projects

bull Join an existing group project

bull Develop a customized vision of 21st century learning for your classroom school and district

WHY NOWoline73 Can you distill why globally connected classrooms are vital in 2010

Photo source

We have urgent problems that need to be addressed and in order to prepare our students to work on these problems we must connect them globally We must teach them how networked learning leads to networked problem solving

httpsgsgmodernizingedu

lucylucygrayconsultingcom

Twitter elemenous

Page 12: Modernizing Education

Megatrends

The technologies we use are increasingly cloud-based and delivered over utility networks facilitating the rapid growth of online videos and rich media

Megatrends

Openness mdash concepts like open content open data and open resources mdash is moving from a trend to a value for much of the world

Megatrends

Legal notions of ownership and privacy lag behind the practices common in society The very concept of ownership is blurry

Megatrends

Real challenges of access efficiency and scale are redefining what we mean by quality and success Access to learning in any form is a challenge in too many parts of the world and efficiency in learning systems and institutions is increasingly an expectation of governments

Megatrends

The Internet is constantly challenging us to rethink learning and education while refining our notion of literacy

Megatrends

There is a rise in informal learning as individual needs are redefining schools universities and training Traditional authority is increasingly being challenged in many arenas

Megatrends

Business models across the education ecosystem are changing Look to libraries colleges and the publishing industry

Why Change

Why Evolve

Shift Happens Iowa Did You Know

Project Tomorrowrsquos SpeakUp Survey

Project Tomorrow Recommendations

bull Un-tether learning and leverage mobile devices to extend learning beyond the school day and meet all learners in their own world

bull Create new interactive participatory learning spaces using tools such as online classes gaming and simulations online tutors and virtual reality environments

bull Incorporate Web 20 tools into daily instruction especially those that develop collaborative or social-based learning and provide unique opportunities for students to be content developers

bull Expand digital resources in the classroom to add context and relevancy to learning experiences through new media tools

bull Get beyond the classroom walls and make learning truly experiential such as using high tech science instrumentation and creating podcasts with content experts

Via John Pfluger

The Reality

Public Schools

bull Increased pressure via Race to the Top AYP RTI

bull Less funding

bull Less Time

bull Emphasis on standards and high stakes testing

bull Teacher Proof curricula

bull Less instruction in the arts World Languages etc

bull Longer school days

bull Technology seen as a content delivery Mechanism

bull Constant seeking of silver bullets

Independent Schools

bull Time

bull Resources

bull Streamlined bureaucracy

bull Organizational vision

bull Community Consensus

bull Administrative and collegial support

bull Authentic curriculum

bull Recognition of the Importance of 21st century skills

bull Professional development

bull Teacher autonomy

bull Prepared students

bull Commitment to developing the whole child

bull Parental support

What do effective schools seem to have in common

bull A WIDE RANGE OF EFFORTS TOWARDS CULTIVATING 21ST CENTURY SKILLS AND IMPLEMENTING ROBUST TECHNOLOGY PROGRAMS

bull THE SUCCESS OF ANY PROGRAM DEPENDS ON

bull VISIONARY LEADERSHIP

bull STRATEGIC PLANNING

bull COMMITMENT TO CONTINUOUS IMPROVEMENT

bull THE DEGREE TO WHICH THE SCHOOL IS PRESSURED TO PREPARE STUDENTS FOR A CHANGING WORLD

Greene County Schools

Mooresville Graded School District

My Experience as a Parent

The School at Columbia

bull K-8

bull Columbia University faculty and local kids

bull Innovation driven

bull 1 to 1 laptop program

bull 3 technologists plus tech staff

bull Extensive Google Apps for Education and new media use

bull Other field trip guides computer programming robotics conference

Known as ldquoTHErdquo

Science Leadership Academy

Educon 24

Personalized Learning

Mobile Technologies

21st century skills

generational Diversity

Learningenvironments

Design Thinking

Cloud Computing

Textbook Revolution

CuratedLearning

New Media Literacies

FlippingThe

Classroom

Global Collaboration

Also think about gamification OER

21st Century Skills

A Pedagogical Shift

bull New models of teaching and learning are emerging

bull Rigorous content + 21st century themes

bull ldquoSage on the stagerdquo to ldquoguide on the siderdquo

bull New literacies need to be taught strategically

bull Examples

bull developing a search mentality

bull Student personal learning networks (PLNs)

bull Standards and accountability still are important assessments need revision

The Partnership for 21st Century Skills

The Global Achievement Gap

Critical Thinking and Problem-Solving

Collaboration Across Networks and Leading by Influence

Agility and Adaptability

Initiative and Entrepreneurialism

Effective Oral and Written Communication

Accessing and Analyzing Information

Curiosity and Imagination

ManagingGenerational Diversity

Teachers and Students

bull Adults have different learning styles How are we taking this into account in terms of professional development and human capital

bull Baby Boomers

bull Gen Xers

bull Gen Yers

bull Kids have had different levels of exposure to technology The period of time at which our schools have been wired is fairly short

Basic online entertainment (online videos playing games)

E-commerce (online shopping banking and travel reservations)

Research and information gathering (product research news health and religious information searches)

Email and search

Active engagement with social media(visit SNS create SNS profile create blogs)

More advanced online entertainment (download videos music and podcasts)

More advanced communication and passive social media use (instant messaging visit SNS read blogs)

From State of the Internet 2009 Pew Internet Project Findings and Implications for Libraries

The vast majority of online adults from all generations uses email and search engines

While there are always exceptions older generations typically do not engage with the internet past e-commerce

The majority of teens and Gen Y use SNS but fewer maintain blogs Online adults older than Gen X are less likely to use SNS

Online activity pyramid by generation

Beloit Collegersquos Mindset List

0

25

50

75

100

1994 1996 1998 2000 2002

K-12 Classroom Internet Connectivity

Classroom Internet Connectivity

2007

Coming Soon to Campus The New Free Agent Learner Julie Evans CEO-Project Tomorrow Campus Technology 09 Jul 27 2009

Class of 2011 ndash recently graduated seniors 8th grade

Class of 2013 ndash current juniors 6th grade

Class of 2015 ndash current freshman class 4th grade

How digitally ldquonativerdquo are these students

What are their expectations for learning

Implications for Schools

bull Need for strategic human capital planning

bull Need for increased targeted sustained personalized and thoughtful professional development

bull Need for long range planning for studentsrsquo use of technology Requires schools to think of skills sets needed by students at various points in their academic careers while gauging the future of technology

Learning Environments

NYCrsquos The School of One

bull Summer school pilot

bull Middle school math

bull Flexible space

bull Personalized curriculum

bull Regular assessments

bull Variety in delivery of instruction

bull Lesson plan bank

bull Partnered with publishers

NYCrsquos The School of One

bull Summer school pilot

bull Middle school math

bull Flexible space

bull Personalized curriculum

bull Regular assessments

bull Variety in delivery of instruction

bull Lesson plan bank

bull Partnered with publishers

ReImagine Ed

The Third Teacher

You Media

So what

bull Networked learning You must be open to at least letting your kids drive the technology use in your classrooms Be willing to engage them in the ways that they learn best

bull Generational diversity Change is not going to happen without schools working as teams to examine at longitudinal goals

bull 21st century skills The art of teaching comes through via the weaving of 21st century themes into core content You need to provide guidance and be thoughtful when designing classroom activities

bull Learning environments Just as wersquove looked at the whole child we need to start emphasizing the whole learning environment Personalized learning for both students and teachers is important

Getting Started

ISTE Standards

Students Teachers and Administrators

Technology Integration Framework Woodstock (IL) CUSD 200

Various Approaches

bull LoTI

bull University of South Florida Matrix

bull Arizona matrix

bull Using Technology with Classroom Instruction that Works

bull Challenge Based Learning

bull TPACK

bull SMAR

University of South Floridarsquos Tech Intergration Matrix

Grapplingrsquos Technology and Learning Spectrum

A world class education system should call for

globally connected schools

bullThe influence of new media

bullThe push for 21st century skills

bullThe ldquohighly connected teacherrdquo

bullThe urgency presented by complex global problems

CCSSO and Asia Societyrsquos PGL

bull New resource on global competence

bull Download a copy here

From Educating for Global Competence Preparing our Youth to Engage the World

Esther Wojcicki and Michael Levine Teaching for a Shared Future American Educators

Need to Think Globally

EdWeek Global Learning blog by Tony Jackson

THINK GlobalSchool12 countries in 12 trimesters

Connect All SchoolsiEARN

My Story

Apple Distinguished EducatorsGlobal Awareness 2006

bull The World is Flat

bull A Whole New Mind

bull Berlin amp Prague

bull Rethink Global Awareness

Classroom 20

Link

Global Education Conference

httpglobaleducationconferencecom

Over 500000 unique visitors

Over 10000 Members from 142 Countries

Steve Hargadon

Closing Session

2010 - Brian Mannix

2010 - Polar Bears International

2010 - Catlin Gabel School

bull Program Information

2011 - Pam Allyn - LitWorld

2011 - Greg Jacobs - Louder Than a Bomb

2011 - The Shoah Foundation

Project Examples

Dan Meyer

httpvimeocom19507645

ADE Application

Google Lit TripsJerome Burg

A Whole New MindKarl Fisch

The iEARN Project Book

Recommendations

bull Learn to network network to learn

bull Keep it authentic

bull Start small and design very structured projects

bull Join an existing group project

bull Develop a customized vision of 21st century learning for your classroom school and district

WHY NOWoline73 Can you distill why globally connected classrooms are vital in 2010

Photo source

We have urgent problems that need to be addressed and in order to prepare our students to work on these problems we must connect them globally We must teach them how networked learning leads to networked problem solving

httpsgsgmodernizingedu

lucylucygrayconsultingcom

Twitter elemenous

Page 13: Modernizing Education

Megatrends

Openness mdash concepts like open content open data and open resources mdash is moving from a trend to a value for much of the world

Megatrends

Legal notions of ownership and privacy lag behind the practices common in society The very concept of ownership is blurry

Megatrends

Real challenges of access efficiency and scale are redefining what we mean by quality and success Access to learning in any form is a challenge in too many parts of the world and efficiency in learning systems and institutions is increasingly an expectation of governments

Megatrends

The Internet is constantly challenging us to rethink learning and education while refining our notion of literacy

Megatrends

There is a rise in informal learning as individual needs are redefining schools universities and training Traditional authority is increasingly being challenged in many arenas

Megatrends

Business models across the education ecosystem are changing Look to libraries colleges and the publishing industry

Why Change

Why Evolve

Shift Happens Iowa Did You Know

Project Tomorrowrsquos SpeakUp Survey

Project Tomorrow Recommendations

bull Un-tether learning and leverage mobile devices to extend learning beyond the school day and meet all learners in their own world

bull Create new interactive participatory learning spaces using tools such as online classes gaming and simulations online tutors and virtual reality environments

bull Incorporate Web 20 tools into daily instruction especially those that develop collaborative or social-based learning and provide unique opportunities for students to be content developers

bull Expand digital resources in the classroom to add context and relevancy to learning experiences through new media tools

bull Get beyond the classroom walls and make learning truly experiential such as using high tech science instrumentation and creating podcasts with content experts

Via John Pfluger

The Reality

Public Schools

bull Increased pressure via Race to the Top AYP RTI

bull Less funding

bull Less Time

bull Emphasis on standards and high stakes testing

bull Teacher Proof curricula

bull Less instruction in the arts World Languages etc

bull Longer school days

bull Technology seen as a content delivery Mechanism

bull Constant seeking of silver bullets

Independent Schools

bull Time

bull Resources

bull Streamlined bureaucracy

bull Organizational vision

bull Community Consensus

bull Administrative and collegial support

bull Authentic curriculum

bull Recognition of the Importance of 21st century skills

bull Professional development

bull Teacher autonomy

bull Prepared students

bull Commitment to developing the whole child

bull Parental support

What do effective schools seem to have in common

bull A WIDE RANGE OF EFFORTS TOWARDS CULTIVATING 21ST CENTURY SKILLS AND IMPLEMENTING ROBUST TECHNOLOGY PROGRAMS

bull THE SUCCESS OF ANY PROGRAM DEPENDS ON

bull VISIONARY LEADERSHIP

bull STRATEGIC PLANNING

bull COMMITMENT TO CONTINUOUS IMPROVEMENT

bull THE DEGREE TO WHICH THE SCHOOL IS PRESSURED TO PREPARE STUDENTS FOR A CHANGING WORLD

Greene County Schools

Mooresville Graded School District

My Experience as a Parent

The School at Columbia

bull K-8

bull Columbia University faculty and local kids

bull Innovation driven

bull 1 to 1 laptop program

bull 3 technologists plus tech staff

bull Extensive Google Apps for Education and new media use

bull Other field trip guides computer programming robotics conference

Known as ldquoTHErdquo

Science Leadership Academy

Educon 24

Personalized Learning

Mobile Technologies

21st century skills

generational Diversity

Learningenvironments

Design Thinking

Cloud Computing

Textbook Revolution

CuratedLearning

New Media Literacies

FlippingThe

Classroom

Global Collaboration

Also think about gamification OER

21st Century Skills

A Pedagogical Shift

bull New models of teaching and learning are emerging

bull Rigorous content + 21st century themes

bull ldquoSage on the stagerdquo to ldquoguide on the siderdquo

bull New literacies need to be taught strategically

bull Examples

bull developing a search mentality

bull Student personal learning networks (PLNs)

bull Standards and accountability still are important assessments need revision

The Partnership for 21st Century Skills

The Global Achievement Gap

Critical Thinking and Problem-Solving

Collaboration Across Networks and Leading by Influence

Agility and Adaptability

Initiative and Entrepreneurialism

Effective Oral and Written Communication

Accessing and Analyzing Information

Curiosity and Imagination

ManagingGenerational Diversity

Teachers and Students

bull Adults have different learning styles How are we taking this into account in terms of professional development and human capital

bull Baby Boomers

bull Gen Xers

bull Gen Yers

bull Kids have had different levels of exposure to technology The period of time at which our schools have been wired is fairly short

Basic online entertainment (online videos playing games)

E-commerce (online shopping banking and travel reservations)

Research and information gathering (product research news health and religious information searches)

Email and search

Active engagement with social media(visit SNS create SNS profile create blogs)

More advanced online entertainment (download videos music and podcasts)

More advanced communication and passive social media use (instant messaging visit SNS read blogs)

From State of the Internet 2009 Pew Internet Project Findings and Implications for Libraries

The vast majority of online adults from all generations uses email and search engines

While there are always exceptions older generations typically do not engage with the internet past e-commerce

The majority of teens and Gen Y use SNS but fewer maintain blogs Online adults older than Gen X are less likely to use SNS

Online activity pyramid by generation

Beloit Collegersquos Mindset List

0

25

50

75

100

1994 1996 1998 2000 2002

K-12 Classroom Internet Connectivity

Classroom Internet Connectivity

2007

Coming Soon to Campus The New Free Agent Learner Julie Evans CEO-Project Tomorrow Campus Technology 09 Jul 27 2009

Class of 2011 ndash recently graduated seniors 8th grade

Class of 2013 ndash current juniors 6th grade

Class of 2015 ndash current freshman class 4th grade

How digitally ldquonativerdquo are these students

What are their expectations for learning

Implications for Schools

bull Need for strategic human capital planning

bull Need for increased targeted sustained personalized and thoughtful professional development

bull Need for long range planning for studentsrsquo use of technology Requires schools to think of skills sets needed by students at various points in their academic careers while gauging the future of technology

Learning Environments

NYCrsquos The School of One

bull Summer school pilot

bull Middle school math

bull Flexible space

bull Personalized curriculum

bull Regular assessments

bull Variety in delivery of instruction

bull Lesson plan bank

bull Partnered with publishers

NYCrsquos The School of One

bull Summer school pilot

bull Middle school math

bull Flexible space

bull Personalized curriculum

bull Regular assessments

bull Variety in delivery of instruction

bull Lesson plan bank

bull Partnered with publishers

ReImagine Ed

The Third Teacher

You Media

So what

bull Networked learning You must be open to at least letting your kids drive the technology use in your classrooms Be willing to engage them in the ways that they learn best

bull Generational diversity Change is not going to happen without schools working as teams to examine at longitudinal goals

bull 21st century skills The art of teaching comes through via the weaving of 21st century themes into core content You need to provide guidance and be thoughtful when designing classroom activities

bull Learning environments Just as wersquove looked at the whole child we need to start emphasizing the whole learning environment Personalized learning for both students and teachers is important

Getting Started

ISTE Standards

Students Teachers and Administrators

Technology Integration Framework Woodstock (IL) CUSD 200

Various Approaches

bull LoTI

bull University of South Florida Matrix

bull Arizona matrix

bull Using Technology with Classroom Instruction that Works

bull Challenge Based Learning

bull TPACK

bull SMAR

University of South Floridarsquos Tech Intergration Matrix

Grapplingrsquos Technology and Learning Spectrum

A world class education system should call for

globally connected schools

bullThe influence of new media

bullThe push for 21st century skills

bullThe ldquohighly connected teacherrdquo

bullThe urgency presented by complex global problems

CCSSO and Asia Societyrsquos PGL

bull New resource on global competence

bull Download a copy here

From Educating for Global Competence Preparing our Youth to Engage the World

Esther Wojcicki and Michael Levine Teaching for a Shared Future American Educators

Need to Think Globally

EdWeek Global Learning blog by Tony Jackson

THINK GlobalSchool12 countries in 12 trimesters

Connect All SchoolsiEARN

My Story

Apple Distinguished EducatorsGlobal Awareness 2006

bull The World is Flat

bull A Whole New Mind

bull Berlin amp Prague

bull Rethink Global Awareness

Classroom 20

Link

Global Education Conference

httpglobaleducationconferencecom

Over 500000 unique visitors

Over 10000 Members from 142 Countries

Steve Hargadon

Closing Session

2010 - Brian Mannix

2010 - Polar Bears International

2010 - Catlin Gabel School

bull Program Information

2011 - Pam Allyn - LitWorld

2011 - Greg Jacobs - Louder Than a Bomb

2011 - The Shoah Foundation

Project Examples

Dan Meyer

httpvimeocom19507645

ADE Application

Google Lit TripsJerome Burg

A Whole New MindKarl Fisch

The iEARN Project Book

Recommendations

bull Learn to network network to learn

bull Keep it authentic

bull Start small and design very structured projects

bull Join an existing group project

bull Develop a customized vision of 21st century learning for your classroom school and district

WHY NOWoline73 Can you distill why globally connected classrooms are vital in 2010

Photo source

We have urgent problems that need to be addressed and in order to prepare our students to work on these problems we must connect them globally We must teach them how networked learning leads to networked problem solving

httpsgsgmodernizingedu

lucylucygrayconsultingcom

Twitter elemenous

Page 14: Modernizing Education

Megatrends

Legal notions of ownership and privacy lag behind the practices common in society The very concept of ownership is blurry

Megatrends

Real challenges of access efficiency and scale are redefining what we mean by quality and success Access to learning in any form is a challenge in too many parts of the world and efficiency in learning systems and institutions is increasingly an expectation of governments

Megatrends

The Internet is constantly challenging us to rethink learning and education while refining our notion of literacy

Megatrends

There is a rise in informal learning as individual needs are redefining schools universities and training Traditional authority is increasingly being challenged in many arenas

Megatrends

Business models across the education ecosystem are changing Look to libraries colleges and the publishing industry

Why Change

Why Evolve

Shift Happens Iowa Did You Know

Project Tomorrowrsquos SpeakUp Survey

Project Tomorrow Recommendations

bull Un-tether learning and leverage mobile devices to extend learning beyond the school day and meet all learners in their own world

bull Create new interactive participatory learning spaces using tools such as online classes gaming and simulations online tutors and virtual reality environments

bull Incorporate Web 20 tools into daily instruction especially those that develop collaborative or social-based learning and provide unique opportunities for students to be content developers

bull Expand digital resources in the classroom to add context and relevancy to learning experiences through new media tools

bull Get beyond the classroom walls and make learning truly experiential such as using high tech science instrumentation and creating podcasts with content experts

Via John Pfluger

The Reality

Public Schools

bull Increased pressure via Race to the Top AYP RTI

bull Less funding

bull Less Time

bull Emphasis on standards and high stakes testing

bull Teacher Proof curricula

bull Less instruction in the arts World Languages etc

bull Longer school days

bull Technology seen as a content delivery Mechanism

bull Constant seeking of silver bullets

Independent Schools

bull Time

bull Resources

bull Streamlined bureaucracy

bull Organizational vision

bull Community Consensus

bull Administrative and collegial support

bull Authentic curriculum

bull Recognition of the Importance of 21st century skills

bull Professional development

bull Teacher autonomy

bull Prepared students

bull Commitment to developing the whole child

bull Parental support

What do effective schools seem to have in common

bull A WIDE RANGE OF EFFORTS TOWARDS CULTIVATING 21ST CENTURY SKILLS AND IMPLEMENTING ROBUST TECHNOLOGY PROGRAMS

bull THE SUCCESS OF ANY PROGRAM DEPENDS ON

bull VISIONARY LEADERSHIP

bull STRATEGIC PLANNING

bull COMMITMENT TO CONTINUOUS IMPROVEMENT

bull THE DEGREE TO WHICH THE SCHOOL IS PRESSURED TO PREPARE STUDENTS FOR A CHANGING WORLD

Greene County Schools

Mooresville Graded School District

My Experience as a Parent

The School at Columbia

bull K-8

bull Columbia University faculty and local kids

bull Innovation driven

bull 1 to 1 laptop program

bull 3 technologists plus tech staff

bull Extensive Google Apps for Education and new media use

bull Other field trip guides computer programming robotics conference

Known as ldquoTHErdquo

Science Leadership Academy

Educon 24

Personalized Learning

Mobile Technologies

21st century skills

generational Diversity

Learningenvironments

Design Thinking

Cloud Computing

Textbook Revolution

CuratedLearning

New Media Literacies

FlippingThe

Classroom

Global Collaboration

Also think about gamification OER

21st Century Skills

A Pedagogical Shift

bull New models of teaching and learning are emerging

bull Rigorous content + 21st century themes

bull ldquoSage on the stagerdquo to ldquoguide on the siderdquo

bull New literacies need to be taught strategically

bull Examples

bull developing a search mentality

bull Student personal learning networks (PLNs)

bull Standards and accountability still are important assessments need revision

The Partnership for 21st Century Skills

The Global Achievement Gap

Critical Thinking and Problem-Solving

Collaboration Across Networks and Leading by Influence

Agility and Adaptability

Initiative and Entrepreneurialism

Effective Oral and Written Communication

Accessing and Analyzing Information

Curiosity and Imagination

ManagingGenerational Diversity

Teachers and Students

bull Adults have different learning styles How are we taking this into account in terms of professional development and human capital

bull Baby Boomers

bull Gen Xers

bull Gen Yers

bull Kids have had different levels of exposure to technology The period of time at which our schools have been wired is fairly short

Basic online entertainment (online videos playing games)

E-commerce (online shopping banking and travel reservations)

Research and information gathering (product research news health and religious information searches)

Email and search

Active engagement with social media(visit SNS create SNS profile create blogs)

More advanced online entertainment (download videos music and podcasts)

More advanced communication and passive social media use (instant messaging visit SNS read blogs)

From State of the Internet 2009 Pew Internet Project Findings and Implications for Libraries

The vast majority of online adults from all generations uses email and search engines

While there are always exceptions older generations typically do not engage with the internet past e-commerce

The majority of teens and Gen Y use SNS but fewer maintain blogs Online adults older than Gen X are less likely to use SNS

Online activity pyramid by generation

Beloit Collegersquos Mindset List

0

25

50

75

100

1994 1996 1998 2000 2002

K-12 Classroom Internet Connectivity

Classroom Internet Connectivity

2007

Coming Soon to Campus The New Free Agent Learner Julie Evans CEO-Project Tomorrow Campus Technology 09 Jul 27 2009

Class of 2011 ndash recently graduated seniors 8th grade

Class of 2013 ndash current juniors 6th grade

Class of 2015 ndash current freshman class 4th grade

How digitally ldquonativerdquo are these students

What are their expectations for learning

Implications for Schools

bull Need for strategic human capital planning

bull Need for increased targeted sustained personalized and thoughtful professional development

bull Need for long range planning for studentsrsquo use of technology Requires schools to think of skills sets needed by students at various points in their academic careers while gauging the future of technology

Learning Environments

NYCrsquos The School of One

bull Summer school pilot

bull Middle school math

bull Flexible space

bull Personalized curriculum

bull Regular assessments

bull Variety in delivery of instruction

bull Lesson plan bank

bull Partnered with publishers

NYCrsquos The School of One

bull Summer school pilot

bull Middle school math

bull Flexible space

bull Personalized curriculum

bull Regular assessments

bull Variety in delivery of instruction

bull Lesson plan bank

bull Partnered with publishers

ReImagine Ed

The Third Teacher

You Media

So what

bull Networked learning You must be open to at least letting your kids drive the technology use in your classrooms Be willing to engage them in the ways that they learn best

bull Generational diversity Change is not going to happen without schools working as teams to examine at longitudinal goals

bull 21st century skills The art of teaching comes through via the weaving of 21st century themes into core content You need to provide guidance and be thoughtful when designing classroom activities

bull Learning environments Just as wersquove looked at the whole child we need to start emphasizing the whole learning environment Personalized learning for both students and teachers is important

Getting Started

ISTE Standards

Students Teachers and Administrators

Technology Integration Framework Woodstock (IL) CUSD 200

Various Approaches

bull LoTI

bull University of South Florida Matrix

bull Arizona matrix

bull Using Technology with Classroom Instruction that Works

bull Challenge Based Learning

bull TPACK

bull SMAR

University of South Floridarsquos Tech Intergration Matrix

Grapplingrsquos Technology and Learning Spectrum

A world class education system should call for

globally connected schools

bullThe influence of new media

bullThe push for 21st century skills

bullThe ldquohighly connected teacherrdquo

bullThe urgency presented by complex global problems

CCSSO and Asia Societyrsquos PGL

bull New resource on global competence

bull Download a copy here

From Educating for Global Competence Preparing our Youth to Engage the World

Esther Wojcicki and Michael Levine Teaching for a Shared Future American Educators

Need to Think Globally

EdWeek Global Learning blog by Tony Jackson

THINK GlobalSchool12 countries in 12 trimesters

Connect All SchoolsiEARN

My Story

Apple Distinguished EducatorsGlobal Awareness 2006

bull The World is Flat

bull A Whole New Mind

bull Berlin amp Prague

bull Rethink Global Awareness

Classroom 20

Link

Global Education Conference

httpglobaleducationconferencecom

Over 500000 unique visitors

Over 10000 Members from 142 Countries

Steve Hargadon

Closing Session

2010 - Brian Mannix

2010 - Polar Bears International

2010 - Catlin Gabel School

bull Program Information

2011 - Pam Allyn - LitWorld

2011 - Greg Jacobs - Louder Than a Bomb

2011 - The Shoah Foundation

Project Examples

Dan Meyer

httpvimeocom19507645

ADE Application

Google Lit TripsJerome Burg

A Whole New MindKarl Fisch

The iEARN Project Book

Recommendations

bull Learn to network network to learn

bull Keep it authentic

bull Start small and design very structured projects

bull Join an existing group project

bull Develop a customized vision of 21st century learning for your classroom school and district

WHY NOWoline73 Can you distill why globally connected classrooms are vital in 2010

Photo source

We have urgent problems that need to be addressed and in order to prepare our students to work on these problems we must connect them globally We must teach them how networked learning leads to networked problem solving

httpsgsgmodernizingedu

lucylucygrayconsultingcom

Twitter elemenous

Page 15: Modernizing Education

Megatrends

Real challenges of access efficiency and scale are redefining what we mean by quality and success Access to learning in any form is a challenge in too many parts of the world and efficiency in learning systems and institutions is increasingly an expectation of governments

Megatrends

The Internet is constantly challenging us to rethink learning and education while refining our notion of literacy

Megatrends

There is a rise in informal learning as individual needs are redefining schools universities and training Traditional authority is increasingly being challenged in many arenas

Megatrends

Business models across the education ecosystem are changing Look to libraries colleges and the publishing industry

Why Change

Why Evolve

Shift Happens Iowa Did You Know

Project Tomorrowrsquos SpeakUp Survey

Project Tomorrow Recommendations

bull Un-tether learning and leverage mobile devices to extend learning beyond the school day and meet all learners in their own world

bull Create new interactive participatory learning spaces using tools such as online classes gaming and simulations online tutors and virtual reality environments

bull Incorporate Web 20 tools into daily instruction especially those that develop collaborative or social-based learning and provide unique opportunities for students to be content developers

bull Expand digital resources in the classroom to add context and relevancy to learning experiences through new media tools

bull Get beyond the classroom walls and make learning truly experiential such as using high tech science instrumentation and creating podcasts with content experts

Via John Pfluger

The Reality

Public Schools

bull Increased pressure via Race to the Top AYP RTI

bull Less funding

bull Less Time

bull Emphasis on standards and high stakes testing

bull Teacher Proof curricula

bull Less instruction in the arts World Languages etc

bull Longer school days

bull Technology seen as a content delivery Mechanism

bull Constant seeking of silver bullets

Independent Schools

bull Time

bull Resources

bull Streamlined bureaucracy

bull Organizational vision

bull Community Consensus

bull Administrative and collegial support

bull Authentic curriculum

bull Recognition of the Importance of 21st century skills

bull Professional development

bull Teacher autonomy

bull Prepared students

bull Commitment to developing the whole child

bull Parental support

What do effective schools seem to have in common

bull A WIDE RANGE OF EFFORTS TOWARDS CULTIVATING 21ST CENTURY SKILLS AND IMPLEMENTING ROBUST TECHNOLOGY PROGRAMS

bull THE SUCCESS OF ANY PROGRAM DEPENDS ON

bull VISIONARY LEADERSHIP

bull STRATEGIC PLANNING

bull COMMITMENT TO CONTINUOUS IMPROVEMENT

bull THE DEGREE TO WHICH THE SCHOOL IS PRESSURED TO PREPARE STUDENTS FOR A CHANGING WORLD

Greene County Schools

Mooresville Graded School District

My Experience as a Parent

The School at Columbia

bull K-8

bull Columbia University faculty and local kids

bull Innovation driven

bull 1 to 1 laptop program

bull 3 technologists plus tech staff

bull Extensive Google Apps for Education and new media use

bull Other field trip guides computer programming robotics conference

Known as ldquoTHErdquo

Science Leadership Academy

Educon 24

Personalized Learning

Mobile Technologies

21st century skills

generational Diversity

Learningenvironments

Design Thinking

Cloud Computing

Textbook Revolution

CuratedLearning

New Media Literacies

FlippingThe

Classroom

Global Collaboration

Also think about gamification OER

21st Century Skills

A Pedagogical Shift

bull New models of teaching and learning are emerging

bull Rigorous content + 21st century themes

bull ldquoSage on the stagerdquo to ldquoguide on the siderdquo

bull New literacies need to be taught strategically

bull Examples

bull developing a search mentality

bull Student personal learning networks (PLNs)

bull Standards and accountability still are important assessments need revision

The Partnership for 21st Century Skills

The Global Achievement Gap

Critical Thinking and Problem-Solving

Collaboration Across Networks and Leading by Influence

Agility and Adaptability

Initiative and Entrepreneurialism

Effective Oral and Written Communication

Accessing and Analyzing Information

Curiosity and Imagination

ManagingGenerational Diversity

Teachers and Students

bull Adults have different learning styles How are we taking this into account in terms of professional development and human capital

bull Baby Boomers

bull Gen Xers

bull Gen Yers

bull Kids have had different levels of exposure to technology The period of time at which our schools have been wired is fairly short

Basic online entertainment (online videos playing games)

E-commerce (online shopping banking and travel reservations)

Research and information gathering (product research news health and religious information searches)

Email and search

Active engagement with social media(visit SNS create SNS profile create blogs)

More advanced online entertainment (download videos music and podcasts)

More advanced communication and passive social media use (instant messaging visit SNS read blogs)

From State of the Internet 2009 Pew Internet Project Findings and Implications for Libraries

The vast majority of online adults from all generations uses email and search engines

While there are always exceptions older generations typically do not engage with the internet past e-commerce

The majority of teens and Gen Y use SNS but fewer maintain blogs Online adults older than Gen X are less likely to use SNS

Online activity pyramid by generation

Beloit Collegersquos Mindset List

0

25

50

75

100

1994 1996 1998 2000 2002

K-12 Classroom Internet Connectivity

Classroom Internet Connectivity

2007

Coming Soon to Campus The New Free Agent Learner Julie Evans CEO-Project Tomorrow Campus Technology 09 Jul 27 2009

Class of 2011 ndash recently graduated seniors 8th grade

Class of 2013 ndash current juniors 6th grade

Class of 2015 ndash current freshman class 4th grade

How digitally ldquonativerdquo are these students

What are their expectations for learning

Implications for Schools

bull Need for strategic human capital planning

bull Need for increased targeted sustained personalized and thoughtful professional development

bull Need for long range planning for studentsrsquo use of technology Requires schools to think of skills sets needed by students at various points in their academic careers while gauging the future of technology

Learning Environments

NYCrsquos The School of One

bull Summer school pilot

bull Middle school math

bull Flexible space

bull Personalized curriculum

bull Regular assessments

bull Variety in delivery of instruction

bull Lesson plan bank

bull Partnered with publishers

NYCrsquos The School of One

bull Summer school pilot

bull Middle school math

bull Flexible space

bull Personalized curriculum

bull Regular assessments

bull Variety in delivery of instruction

bull Lesson plan bank

bull Partnered with publishers

ReImagine Ed

The Third Teacher

You Media

So what

bull Networked learning You must be open to at least letting your kids drive the technology use in your classrooms Be willing to engage them in the ways that they learn best

bull Generational diversity Change is not going to happen without schools working as teams to examine at longitudinal goals

bull 21st century skills The art of teaching comes through via the weaving of 21st century themes into core content You need to provide guidance and be thoughtful when designing classroom activities

bull Learning environments Just as wersquove looked at the whole child we need to start emphasizing the whole learning environment Personalized learning for both students and teachers is important

Getting Started

ISTE Standards

Students Teachers and Administrators

Technology Integration Framework Woodstock (IL) CUSD 200

Various Approaches

bull LoTI

bull University of South Florida Matrix

bull Arizona matrix

bull Using Technology with Classroom Instruction that Works

bull Challenge Based Learning

bull TPACK

bull SMAR

University of South Floridarsquos Tech Intergration Matrix

Grapplingrsquos Technology and Learning Spectrum

A world class education system should call for

globally connected schools

bullThe influence of new media

bullThe push for 21st century skills

bullThe ldquohighly connected teacherrdquo

bullThe urgency presented by complex global problems

CCSSO and Asia Societyrsquos PGL

bull New resource on global competence

bull Download a copy here

From Educating for Global Competence Preparing our Youth to Engage the World

Esther Wojcicki and Michael Levine Teaching for a Shared Future American Educators

Need to Think Globally

EdWeek Global Learning blog by Tony Jackson

THINK GlobalSchool12 countries in 12 trimesters

Connect All SchoolsiEARN

My Story

Apple Distinguished EducatorsGlobal Awareness 2006

bull The World is Flat

bull A Whole New Mind

bull Berlin amp Prague

bull Rethink Global Awareness

Classroom 20

Link

Global Education Conference

httpglobaleducationconferencecom

Over 500000 unique visitors

Over 10000 Members from 142 Countries

Steve Hargadon

Closing Session

2010 - Brian Mannix

2010 - Polar Bears International

2010 - Catlin Gabel School

bull Program Information

2011 - Pam Allyn - LitWorld

2011 - Greg Jacobs - Louder Than a Bomb

2011 - The Shoah Foundation

Project Examples

Dan Meyer

httpvimeocom19507645

ADE Application

Google Lit TripsJerome Burg

A Whole New MindKarl Fisch

The iEARN Project Book

Recommendations

bull Learn to network network to learn

bull Keep it authentic

bull Start small and design very structured projects

bull Join an existing group project

bull Develop a customized vision of 21st century learning for your classroom school and district

WHY NOWoline73 Can you distill why globally connected classrooms are vital in 2010

Photo source

We have urgent problems that need to be addressed and in order to prepare our students to work on these problems we must connect them globally We must teach them how networked learning leads to networked problem solving

httpsgsgmodernizingedu

lucylucygrayconsultingcom

Twitter elemenous

Page 16: Modernizing Education

Megatrends

The Internet is constantly challenging us to rethink learning and education while refining our notion of literacy

Megatrends

There is a rise in informal learning as individual needs are redefining schools universities and training Traditional authority is increasingly being challenged in many arenas

Megatrends

Business models across the education ecosystem are changing Look to libraries colleges and the publishing industry

Why Change

Why Evolve

Shift Happens Iowa Did You Know

Project Tomorrowrsquos SpeakUp Survey

Project Tomorrow Recommendations

bull Un-tether learning and leverage mobile devices to extend learning beyond the school day and meet all learners in their own world

bull Create new interactive participatory learning spaces using tools such as online classes gaming and simulations online tutors and virtual reality environments

bull Incorporate Web 20 tools into daily instruction especially those that develop collaborative or social-based learning and provide unique opportunities for students to be content developers

bull Expand digital resources in the classroom to add context and relevancy to learning experiences through new media tools

bull Get beyond the classroom walls and make learning truly experiential such as using high tech science instrumentation and creating podcasts with content experts

Via John Pfluger

The Reality

Public Schools

bull Increased pressure via Race to the Top AYP RTI

bull Less funding

bull Less Time

bull Emphasis on standards and high stakes testing

bull Teacher Proof curricula

bull Less instruction in the arts World Languages etc

bull Longer school days

bull Technology seen as a content delivery Mechanism

bull Constant seeking of silver bullets

Independent Schools

bull Time

bull Resources

bull Streamlined bureaucracy

bull Organizational vision

bull Community Consensus

bull Administrative and collegial support

bull Authentic curriculum

bull Recognition of the Importance of 21st century skills

bull Professional development

bull Teacher autonomy

bull Prepared students

bull Commitment to developing the whole child

bull Parental support

What do effective schools seem to have in common

bull A WIDE RANGE OF EFFORTS TOWARDS CULTIVATING 21ST CENTURY SKILLS AND IMPLEMENTING ROBUST TECHNOLOGY PROGRAMS

bull THE SUCCESS OF ANY PROGRAM DEPENDS ON

bull VISIONARY LEADERSHIP

bull STRATEGIC PLANNING

bull COMMITMENT TO CONTINUOUS IMPROVEMENT

bull THE DEGREE TO WHICH THE SCHOOL IS PRESSURED TO PREPARE STUDENTS FOR A CHANGING WORLD

Greene County Schools

Mooresville Graded School District

My Experience as a Parent

The School at Columbia

bull K-8

bull Columbia University faculty and local kids

bull Innovation driven

bull 1 to 1 laptop program

bull 3 technologists plus tech staff

bull Extensive Google Apps for Education and new media use

bull Other field trip guides computer programming robotics conference

Known as ldquoTHErdquo

Science Leadership Academy

Educon 24

Personalized Learning

Mobile Technologies

21st century skills

generational Diversity

Learningenvironments

Design Thinking

Cloud Computing

Textbook Revolution

CuratedLearning

New Media Literacies

FlippingThe

Classroom

Global Collaboration

Also think about gamification OER

21st Century Skills

A Pedagogical Shift

bull New models of teaching and learning are emerging

bull Rigorous content + 21st century themes

bull ldquoSage on the stagerdquo to ldquoguide on the siderdquo

bull New literacies need to be taught strategically

bull Examples

bull developing a search mentality

bull Student personal learning networks (PLNs)

bull Standards and accountability still are important assessments need revision

The Partnership for 21st Century Skills

The Global Achievement Gap

Critical Thinking and Problem-Solving

Collaboration Across Networks and Leading by Influence

Agility and Adaptability

Initiative and Entrepreneurialism

Effective Oral and Written Communication

Accessing and Analyzing Information

Curiosity and Imagination

ManagingGenerational Diversity

Teachers and Students

bull Adults have different learning styles How are we taking this into account in terms of professional development and human capital

bull Baby Boomers

bull Gen Xers

bull Gen Yers

bull Kids have had different levels of exposure to technology The period of time at which our schools have been wired is fairly short

Basic online entertainment (online videos playing games)

E-commerce (online shopping banking and travel reservations)

Research and information gathering (product research news health and religious information searches)

Email and search

Active engagement with social media(visit SNS create SNS profile create blogs)

More advanced online entertainment (download videos music and podcasts)

More advanced communication and passive social media use (instant messaging visit SNS read blogs)

From State of the Internet 2009 Pew Internet Project Findings and Implications for Libraries

The vast majority of online adults from all generations uses email and search engines

While there are always exceptions older generations typically do not engage with the internet past e-commerce

The majority of teens and Gen Y use SNS but fewer maintain blogs Online adults older than Gen X are less likely to use SNS

Online activity pyramid by generation

Beloit Collegersquos Mindset List

0

25

50

75

100

1994 1996 1998 2000 2002

K-12 Classroom Internet Connectivity

Classroom Internet Connectivity

2007

Coming Soon to Campus The New Free Agent Learner Julie Evans CEO-Project Tomorrow Campus Technology 09 Jul 27 2009

Class of 2011 ndash recently graduated seniors 8th grade

Class of 2013 ndash current juniors 6th grade

Class of 2015 ndash current freshman class 4th grade

How digitally ldquonativerdquo are these students

What are their expectations for learning

Implications for Schools

bull Need for strategic human capital planning

bull Need for increased targeted sustained personalized and thoughtful professional development

bull Need for long range planning for studentsrsquo use of technology Requires schools to think of skills sets needed by students at various points in their academic careers while gauging the future of technology

Learning Environments

NYCrsquos The School of One

bull Summer school pilot

bull Middle school math

bull Flexible space

bull Personalized curriculum

bull Regular assessments

bull Variety in delivery of instruction

bull Lesson plan bank

bull Partnered with publishers

NYCrsquos The School of One

bull Summer school pilot

bull Middle school math

bull Flexible space

bull Personalized curriculum

bull Regular assessments

bull Variety in delivery of instruction

bull Lesson plan bank

bull Partnered with publishers

ReImagine Ed

The Third Teacher

You Media

So what

bull Networked learning You must be open to at least letting your kids drive the technology use in your classrooms Be willing to engage them in the ways that they learn best

bull Generational diversity Change is not going to happen without schools working as teams to examine at longitudinal goals

bull 21st century skills The art of teaching comes through via the weaving of 21st century themes into core content You need to provide guidance and be thoughtful when designing classroom activities

bull Learning environments Just as wersquove looked at the whole child we need to start emphasizing the whole learning environment Personalized learning for both students and teachers is important

Getting Started

ISTE Standards

Students Teachers and Administrators

Technology Integration Framework Woodstock (IL) CUSD 200

Various Approaches

bull LoTI

bull University of South Florida Matrix

bull Arizona matrix

bull Using Technology with Classroom Instruction that Works

bull Challenge Based Learning

bull TPACK

bull SMAR

University of South Floridarsquos Tech Intergration Matrix

Grapplingrsquos Technology and Learning Spectrum

A world class education system should call for

globally connected schools

bullThe influence of new media

bullThe push for 21st century skills

bullThe ldquohighly connected teacherrdquo

bullThe urgency presented by complex global problems

CCSSO and Asia Societyrsquos PGL

bull New resource on global competence

bull Download a copy here

From Educating for Global Competence Preparing our Youth to Engage the World

Esther Wojcicki and Michael Levine Teaching for a Shared Future American Educators

Need to Think Globally

EdWeek Global Learning blog by Tony Jackson

THINK GlobalSchool12 countries in 12 trimesters

Connect All SchoolsiEARN

My Story

Apple Distinguished EducatorsGlobal Awareness 2006

bull The World is Flat

bull A Whole New Mind

bull Berlin amp Prague

bull Rethink Global Awareness

Classroom 20

Link

Global Education Conference

httpglobaleducationconferencecom

Over 500000 unique visitors

Over 10000 Members from 142 Countries

Steve Hargadon

Closing Session

2010 - Brian Mannix

2010 - Polar Bears International

2010 - Catlin Gabel School

bull Program Information

2011 - Pam Allyn - LitWorld

2011 - Greg Jacobs - Louder Than a Bomb

2011 - The Shoah Foundation

Project Examples

Dan Meyer

httpvimeocom19507645

ADE Application

Google Lit TripsJerome Burg

A Whole New MindKarl Fisch

The iEARN Project Book

Recommendations

bull Learn to network network to learn

bull Keep it authentic

bull Start small and design very structured projects

bull Join an existing group project

bull Develop a customized vision of 21st century learning for your classroom school and district

WHY NOWoline73 Can you distill why globally connected classrooms are vital in 2010

Photo source

We have urgent problems that need to be addressed and in order to prepare our students to work on these problems we must connect them globally We must teach them how networked learning leads to networked problem solving

httpsgsgmodernizingedu

lucylucygrayconsultingcom

Twitter elemenous

Page 17: Modernizing Education

Megatrends

There is a rise in informal learning as individual needs are redefining schools universities and training Traditional authority is increasingly being challenged in many arenas

Megatrends

Business models across the education ecosystem are changing Look to libraries colleges and the publishing industry

Why Change

Why Evolve

Shift Happens Iowa Did You Know

Project Tomorrowrsquos SpeakUp Survey

Project Tomorrow Recommendations

bull Un-tether learning and leverage mobile devices to extend learning beyond the school day and meet all learners in their own world

bull Create new interactive participatory learning spaces using tools such as online classes gaming and simulations online tutors and virtual reality environments

bull Incorporate Web 20 tools into daily instruction especially those that develop collaborative or social-based learning and provide unique opportunities for students to be content developers

bull Expand digital resources in the classroom to add context and relevancy to learning experiences through new media tools

bull Get beyond the classroom walls and make learning truly experiential such as using high tech science instrumentation and creating podcasts with content experts

Via John Pfluger

The Reality

Public Schools

bull Increased pressure via Race to the Top AYP RTI

bull Less funding

bull Less Time

bull Emphasis on standards and high stakes testing

bull Teacher Proof curricula

bull Less instruction in the arts World Languages etc

bull Longer school days

bull Technology seen as a content delivery Mechanism

bull Constant seeking of silver bullets

Independent Schools

bull Time

bull Resources

bull Streamlined bureaucracy

bull Organizational vision

bull Community Consensus

bull Administrative and collegial support

bull Authentic curriculum

bull Recognition of the Importance of 21st century skills

bull Professional development

bull Teacher autonomy

bull Prepared students

bull Commitment to developing the whole child

bull Parental support

What do effective schools seem to have in common

bull A WIDE RANGE OF EFFORTS TOWARDS CULTIVATING 21ST CENTURY SKILLS AND IMPLEMENTING ROBUST TECHNOLOGY PROGRAMS

bull THE SUCCESS OF ANY PROGRAM DEPENDS ON

bull VISIONARY LEADERSHIP

bull STRATEGIC PLANNING

bull COMMITMENT TO CONTINUOUS IMPROVEMENT

bull THE DEGREE TO WHICH THE SCHOOL IS PRESSURED TO PREPARE STUDENTS FOR A CHANGING WORLD

Greene County Schools

Mooresville Graded School District

My Experience as a Parent

The School at Columbia

bull K-8

bull Columbia University faculty and local kids

bull Innovation driven

bull 1 to 1 laptop program

bull 3 technologists plus tech staff

bull Extensive Google Apps for Education and new media use

bull Other field trip guides computer programming robotics conference

Known as ldquoTHErdquo

Science Leadership Academy

Educon 24

Personalized Learning

Mobile Technologies

21st century skills

generational Diversity

Learningenvironments

Design Thinking

Cloud Computing

Textbook Revolution

CuratedLearning

New Media Literacies

FlippingThe

Classroom

Global Collaboration

Also think about gamification OER

21st Century Skills

A Pedagogical Shift

bull New models of teaching and learning are emerging

bull Rigorous content + 21st century themes

bull ldquoSage on the stagerdquo to ldquoguide on the siderdquo

bull New literacies need to be taught strategically

bull Examples

bull developing a search mentality

bull Student personal learning networks (PLNs)

bull Standards and accountability still are important assessments need revision

The Partnership for 21st Century Skills

The Global Achievement Gap

Critical Thinking and Problem-Solving

Collaboration Across Networks and Leading by Influence

Agility and Adaptability

Initiative and Entrepreneurialism

Effective Oral and Written Communication

Accessing and Analyzing Information

Curiosity and Imagination

ManagingGenerational Diversity

Teachers and Students

bull Adults have different learning styles How are we taking this into account in terms of professional development and human capital

bull Baby Boomers

bull Gen Xers

bull Gen Yers

bull Kids have had different levels of exposure to technology The period of time at which our schools have been wired is fairly short

Basic online entertainment (online videos playing games)

E-commerce (online shopping banking and travel reservations)

Research and information gathering (product research news health and religious information searches)

Email and search

Active engagement with social media(visit SNS create SNS profile create blogs)

More advanced online entertainment (download videos music and podcasts)

More advanced communication and passive social media use (instant messaging visit SNS read blogs)

From State of the Internet 2009 Pew Internet Project Findings and Implications for Libraries

The vast majority of online adults from all generations uses email and search engines

While there are always exceptions older generations typically do not engage with the internet past e-commerce

The majority of teens and Gen Y use SNS but fewer maintain blogs Online adults older than Gen X are less likely to use SNS

Online activity pyramid by generation

Beloit Collegersquos Mindset List

0

25

50

75

100

1994 1996 1998 2000 2002

K-12 Classroom Internet Connectivity

Classroom Internet Connectivity

2007

Coming Soon to Campus The New Free Agent Learner Julie Evans CEO-Project Tomorrow Campus Technology 09 Jul 27 2009

Class of 2011 ndash recently graduated seniors 8th grade

Class of 2013 ndash current juniors 6th grade

Class of 2015 ndash current freshman class 4th grade

How digitally ldquonativerdquo are these students

What are their expectations for learning

Implications for Schools

bull Need for strategic human capital planning

bull Need for increased targeted sustained personalized and thoughtful professional development

bull Need for long range planning for studentsrsquo use of technology Requires schools to think of skills sets needed by students at various points in their academic careers while gauging the future of technology

Learning Environments

NYCrsquos The School of One

bull Summer school pilot

bull Middle school math

bull Flexible space

bull Personalized curriculum

bull Regular assessments

bull Variety in delivery of instruction

bull Lesson plan bank

bull Partnered with publishers

NYCrsquos The School of One

bull Summer school pilot

bull Middle school math

bull Flexible space

bull Personalized curriculum

bull Regular assessments

bull Variety in delivery of instruction

bull Lesson plan bank

bull Partnered with publishers

ReImagine Ed

The Third Teacher

You Media

So what

bull Networked learning You must be open to at least letting your kids drive the technology use in your classrooms Be willing to engage them in the ways that they learn best

bull Generational diversity Change is not going to happen without schools working as teams to examine at longitudinal goals

bull 21st century skills The art of teaching comes through via the weaving of 21st century themes into core content You need to provide guidance and be thoughtful when designing classroom activities

bull Learning environments Just as wersquove looked at the whole child we need to start emphasizing the whole learning environment Personalized learning for both students and teachers is important

Getting Started

ISTE Standards

Students Teachers and Administrators

Technology Integration Framework Woodstock (IL) CUSD 200

Various Approaches

bull LoTI

bull University of South Florida Matrix

bull Arizona matrix

bull Using Technology with Classroom Instruction that Works

bull Challenge Based Learning

bull TPACK

bull SMAR

University of South Floridarsquos Tech Intergration Matrix

Grapplingrsquos Technology and Learning Spectrum

A world class education system should call for

globally connected schools

bullThe influence of new media

bullThe push for 21st century skills

bullThe ldquohighly connected teacherrdquo

bullThe urgency presented by complex global problems

CCSSO and Asia Societyrsquos PGL

bull New resource on global competence

bull Download a copy here

From Educating for Global Competence Preparing our Youth to Engage the World

Esther Wojcicki and Michael Levine Teaching for a Shared Future American Educators

Need to Think Globally

EdWeek Global Learning blog by Tony Jackson

THINK GlobalSchool12 countries in 12 trimesters

Connect All SchoolsiEARN

My Story

Apple Distinguished EducatorsGlobal Awareness 2006

bull The World is Flat

bull A Whole New Mind

bull Berlin amp Prague

bull Rethink Global Awareness

Classroom 20

Link

Global Education Conference

httpglobaleducationconferencecom

Over 500000 unique visitors

Over 10000 Members from 142 Countries

Steve Hargadon

Closing Session

2010 - Brian Mannix

2010 - Polar Bears International

2010 - Catlin Gabel School

bull Program Information

2011 - Pam Allyn - LitWorld

2011 - Greg Jacobs - Louder Than a Bomb

2011 - The Shoah Foundation

Project Examples

Dan Meyer

httpvimeocom19507645

ADE Application

Google Lit TripsJerome Burg

A Whole New MindKarl Fisch

The iEARN Project Book

Recommendations

bull Learn to network network to learn

bull Keep it authentic

bull Start small and design very structured projects

bull Join an existing group project

bull Develop a customized vision of 21st century learning for your classroom school and district

WHY NOWoline73 Can you distill why globally connected classrooms are vital in 2010

Photo source

We have urgent problems that need to be addressed and in order to prepare our students to work on these problems we must connect them globally We must teach them how networked learning leads to networked problem solving

httpsgsgmodernizingedu

lucylucygrayconsultingcom

Twitter elemenous

Page 18: Modernizing Education

Megatrends

Business models across the education ecosystem are changing Look to libraries colleges and the publishing industry

Why Change

Why Evolve

Shift Happens Iowa Did You Know

Project Tomorrowrsquos SpeakUp Survey

Project Tomorrow Recommendations

bull Un-tether learning and leverage mobile devices to extend learning beyond the school day and meet all learners in their own world

bull Create new interactive participatory learning spaces using tools such as online classes gaming and simulations online tutors and virtual reality environments

bull Incorporate Web 20 tools into daily instruction especially those that develop collaborative or social-based learning and provide unique opportunities for students to be content developers

bull Expand digital resources in the classroom to add context and relevancy to learning experiences through new media tools

bull Get beyond the classroom walls and make learning truly experiential such as using high tech science instrumentation and creating podcasts with content experts

Via John Pfluger

The Reality

Public Schools

bull Increased pressure via Race to the Top AYP RTI

bull Less funding

bull Less Time

bull Emphasis on standards and high stakes testing

bull Teacher Proof curricula

bull Less instruction in the arts World Languages etc

bull Longer school days

bull Technology seen as a content delivery Mechanism

bull Constant seeking of silver bullets

Independent Schools

bull Time

bull Resources

bull Streamlined bureaucracy

bull Organizational vision

bull Community Consensus

bull Administrative and collegial support

bull Authentic curriculum

bull Recognition of the Importance of 21st century skills

bull Professional development

bull Teacher autonomy

bull Prepared students

bull Commitment to developing the whole child

bull Parental support

What do effective schools seem to have in common

bull A WIDE RANGE OF EFFORTS TOWARDS CULTIVATING 21ST CENTURY SKILLS AND IMPLEMENTING ROBUST TECHNOLOGY PROGRAMS

bull THE SUCCESS OF ANY PROGRAM DEPENDS ON

bull VISIONARY LEADERSHIP

bull STRATEGIC PLANNING

bull COMMITMENT TO CONTINUOUS IMPROVEMENT

bull THE DEGREE TO WHICH THE SCHOOL IS PRESSURED TO PREPARE STUDENTS FOR A CHANGING WORLD

Greene County Schools

Mooresville Graded School District

My Experience as a Parent

The School at Columbia

bull K-8

bull Columbia University faculty and local kids

bull Innovation driven

bull 1 to 1 laptop program

bull 3 technologists plus tech staff

bull Extensive Google Apps for Education and new media use

bull Other field trip guides computer programming robotics conference

Known as ldquoTHErdquo

Science Leadership Academy

Educon 24

Personalized Learning

Mobile Technologies

21st century skills

generational Diversity

Learningenvironments

Design Thinking

Cloud Computing

Textbook Revolution

CuratedLearning

New Media Literacies

FlippingThe

Classroom

Global Collaboration

Also think about gamification OER

21st Century Skills

A Pedagogical Shift

bull New models of teaching and learning are emerging

bull Rigorous content + 21st century themes

bull ldquoSage on the stagerdquo to ldquoguide on the siderdquo

bull New literacies need to be taught strategically

bull Examples

bull developing a search mentality

bull Student personal learning networks (PLNs)

bull Standards and accountability still are important assessments need revision

The Partnership for 21st Century Skills

The Global Achievement Gap

Critical Thinking and Problem-Solving

Collaboration Across Networks and Leading by Influence

Agility and Adaptability

Initiative and Entrepreneurialism

Effective Oral and Written Communication

Accessing and Analyzing Information

Curiosity and Imagination

ManagingGenerational Diversity

Teachers and Students

bull Adults have different learning styles How are we taking this into account in terms of professional development and human capital

bull Baby Boomers

bull Gen Xers

bull Gen Yers

bull Kids have had different levels of exposure to technology The period of time at which our schools have been wired is fairly short

Basic online entertainment (online videos playing games)

E-commerce (online shopping banking and travel reservations)

Research and information gathering (product research news health and religious information searches)

Email and search

Active engagement with social media(visit SNS create SNS profile create blogs)

More advanced online entertainment (download videos music and podcasts)

More advanced communication and passive social media use (instant messaging visit SNS read blogs)

From State of the Internet 2009 Pew Internet Project Findings and Implications for Libraries

The vast majority of online adults from all generations uses email and search engines

While there are always exceptions older generations typically do not engage with the internet past e-commerce

The majority of teens and Gen Y use SNS but fewer maintain blogs Online adults older than Gen X are less likely to use SNS

Online activity pyramid by generation

Beloit Collegersquos Mindset List

0

25

50

75

100

1994 1996 1998 2000 2002

K-12 Classroom Internet Connectivity

Classroom Internet Connectivity

2007

Coming Soon to Campus The New Free Agent Learner Julie Evans CEO-Project Tomorrow Campus Technology 09 Jul 27 2009

Class of 2011 ndash recently graduated seniors 8th grade

Class of 2013 ndash current juniors 6th grade

Class of 2015 ndash current freshman class 4th grade

How digitally ldquonativerdquo are these students

What are their expectations for learning

Implications for Schools

bull Need for strategic human capital planning

bull Need for increased targeted sustained personalized and thoughtful professional development

bull Need for long range planning for studentsrsquo use of technology Requires schools to think of skills sets needed by students at various points in their academic careers while gauging the future of technology

Learning Environments

NYCrsquos The School of One

bull Summer school pilot

bull Middle school math

bull Flexible space

bull Personalized curriculum

bull Regular assessments

bull Variety in delivery of instruction

bull Lesson plan bank

bull Partnered with publishers

NYCrsquos The School of One

bull Summer school pilot

bull Middle school math

bull Flexible space

bull Personalized curriculum

bull Regular assessments

bull Variety in delivery of instruction

bull Lesson plan bank

bull Partnered with publishers

ReImagine Ed

The Third Teacher

You Media

So what

bull Networked learning You must be open to at least letting your kids drive the technology use in your classrooms Be willing to engage them in the ways that they learn best

bull Generational diversity Change is not going to happen without schools working as teams to examine at longitudinal goals

bull 21st century skills The art of teaching comes through via the weaving of 21st century themes into core content You need to provide guidance and be thoughtful when designing classroom activities

bull Learning environments Just as wersquove looked at the whole child we need to start emphasizing the whole learning environment Personalized learning for both students and teachers is important

Getting Started

ISTE Standards

Students Teachers and Administrators

Technology Integration Framework Woodstock (IL) CUSD 200

Various Approaches

bull LoTI

bull University of South Florida Matrix

bull Arizona matrix

bull Using Technology with Classroom Instruction that Works

bull Challenge Based Learning

bull TPACK

bull SMAR

University of South Floridarsquos Tech Intergration Matrix

Grapplingrsquos Technology and Learning Spectrum

A world class education system should call for

globally connected schools

bullThe influence of new media

bullThe push for 21st century skills

bullThe ldquohighly connected teacherrdquo

bullThe urgency presented by complex global problems

CCSSO and Asia Societyrsquos PGL

bull New resource on global competence

bull Download a copy here

From Educating for Global Competence Preparing our Youth to Engage the World

Esther Wojcicki and Michael Levine Teaching for a Shared Future American Educators

Need to Think Globally

EdWeek Global Learning blog by Tony Jackson

THINK GlobalSchool12 countries in 12 trimesters

Connect All SchoolsiEARN

My Story

Apple Distinguished EducatorsGlobal Awareness 2006

bull The World is Flat

bull A Whole New Mind

bull Berlin amp Prague

bull Rethink Global Awareness

Classroom 20

Link

Global Education Conference

httpglobaleducationconferencecom

Over 500000 unique visitors

Over 10000 Members from 142 Countries

Steve Hargadon

Closing Session

2010 - Brian Mannix

2010 - Polar Bears International

2010 - Catlin Gabel School

bull Program Information

2011 - Pam Allyn - LitWorld

2011 - Greg Jacobs - Louder Than a Bomb

2011 - The Shoah Foundation

Project Examples

Dan Meyer

httpvimeocom19507645

ADE Application

Google Lit TripsJerome Burg

A Whole New MindKarl Fisch

The iEARN Project Book

Recommendations

bull Learn to network network to learn

bull Keep it authentic

bull Start small and design very structured projects

bull Join an existing group project

bull Develop a customized vision of 21st century learning for your classroom school and district

WHY NOWoline73 Can you distill why globally connected classrooms are vital in 2010

Photo source

We have urgent problems that need to be addressed and in order to prepare our students to work on these problems we must connect them globally We must teach them how networked learning leads to networked problem solving

httpsgsgmodernizingedu

lucylucygrayconsultingcom

Twitter elemenous

Page 19: Modernizing Education

Why Change

Why Evolve

Shift Happens Iowa Did You Know

Project Tomorrowrsquos SpeakUp Survey

Project Tomorrow Recommendations

bull Un-tether learning and leverage mobile devices to extend learning beyond the school day and meet all learners in their own world

bull Create new interactive participatory learning spaces using tools such as online classes gaming and simulations online tutors and virtual reality environments

bull Incorporate Web 20 tools into daily instruction especially those that develop collaborative or social-based learning and provide unique opportunities for students to be content developers

bull Expand digital resources in the classroom to add context and relevancy to learning experiences through new media tools

bull Get beyond the classroom walls and make learning truly experiential such as using high tech science instrumentation and creating podcasts with content experts

Via John Pfluger

The Reality

Public Schools

bull Increased pressure via Race to the Top AYP RTI

bull Less funding

bull Less Time

bull Emphasis on standards and high stakes testing

bull Teacher Proof curricula

bull Less instruction in the arts World Languages etc

bull Longer school days

bull Technology seen as a content delivery Mechanism

bull Constant seeking of silver bullets

Independent Schools

bull Time

bull Resources

bull Streamlined bureaucracy

bull Organizational vision

bull Community Consensus

bull Administrative and collegial support

bull Authentic curriculum

bull Recognition of the Importance of 21st century skills

bull Professional development

bull Teacher autonomy

bull Prepared students

bull Commitment to developing the whole child

bull Parental support

What do effective schools seem to have in common

bull A WIDE RANGE OF EFFORTS TOWARDS CULTIVATING 21ST CENTURY SKILLS AND IMPLEMENTING ROBUST TECHNOLOGY PROGRAMS

bull THE SUCCESS OF ANY PROGRAM DEPENDS ON

bull VISIONARY LEADERSHIP

bull STRATEGIC PLANNING

bull COMMITMENT TO CONTINUOUS IMPROVEMENT

bull THE DEGREE TO WHICH THE SCHOOL IS PRESSURED TO PREPARE STUDENTS FOR A CHANGING WORLD

Greene County Schools

Mooresville Graded School District

My Experience as a Parent

The School at Columbia

bull K-8

bull Columbia University faculty and local kids

bull Innovation driven

bull 1 to 1 laptop program

bull 3 technologists plus tech staff

bull Extensive Google Apps for Education and new media use

bull Other field trip guides computer programming robotics conference

Known as ldquoTHErdquo

Science Leadership Academy

Educon 24

Personalized Learning

Mobile Technologies

21st century skills

generational Diversity

Learningenvironments

Design Thinking

Cloud Computing

Textbook Revolution

CuratedLearning

New Media Literacies

FlippingThe

Classroom

Global Collaboration

Also think about gamification OER

21st Century Skills

A Pedagogical Shift

bull New models of teaching and learning are emerging

bull Rigorous content + 21st century themes

bull ldquoSage on the stagerdquo to ldquoguide on the siderdquo

bull New literacies need to be taught strategically

bull Examples

bull developing a search mentality

bull Student personal learning networks (PLNs)

bull Standards and accountability still are important assessments need revision

The Partnership for 21st Century Skills

The Global Achievement Gap

Critical Thinking and Problem-Solving

Collaboration Across Networks and Leading by Influence

Agility and Adaptability

Initiative and Entrepreneurialism

Effective Oral and Written Communication

Accessing and Analyzing Information

Curiosity and Imagination

ManagingGenerational Diversity

Teachers and Students

bull Adults have different learning styles How are we taking this into account in terms of professional development and human capital

bull Baby Boomers

bull Gen Xers

bull Gen Yers

bull Kids have had different levels of exposure to technology The period of time at which our schools have been wired is fairly short

Basic online entertainment (online videos playing games)

E-commerce (online shopping banking and travel reservations)

Research and information gathering (product research news health and religious information searches)

Email and search

Active engagement with social media(visit SNS create SNS profile create blogs)

More advanced online entertainment (download videos music and podcasts)

More advanced communication and passive social media use (instant messaging visit SNS read blogs)

From State of the Internet 2009 Pew Internet Project Findings and Implications for Libraries

The vast majority of online adults from all generations uses email and search engines

While there are always exceptions older generations typically do not engage with the internet past e-commerce

The majority of teens and Gen Y use SNS but fewer maintain blogs Online adults older than Gen X are less likely to use SNS

Online activity pyramid by generation

Beloit Collegersquos Mindset List

0

25

50

75

100

1994 1996 1998 2000 2002

K-12 Classroom Internet Connectivity

Classroom Internet Connectivity

2007

Coming Soon to Campus The New Free Agent Learner Julie Evans CEO-Project Tomorrow Campus Technology 09 Jul 27 2009

Class of 2011 ndash recently graduated seniors 8th grade

Class of 2013 ndash current juniors 6th grade

Class of 2015 ndash current freshman class 4th grade

How digitally ldquonativerdquo are these students

What are their expectations for learning

Implications for Schools

bull Need for strategic human capital planning

bull Need for increased targeted sustained personalized and thoughtful professional development

bull Need for long range planning for studentsrsquo use of technology Requires schools to think of skills sets needed by students at various points in their academic careers while gauging the future of technology

Learning Environments

NYCrsquos The School of One

bull Summer school pilot

bull Middle school math

bull Flexible space

bull Personalized curriculum

bull Regular assessments

bull Variety in delivery of instruction

bull Lesson plan bank

bull Partnered with publishers

NYCrsquos The School of One

bull Summer school pilot

bull Middle school math

bull Flexible space

bull Personalized curriculum

bull Regular assessments

bull Variety in delivery of instruction

bull Lesson plan bank

bull Partnered with publishers

ReImagine Ed

The Third Teacher

You Media

So what

bull Networked learning You must be open to at least letting your kids drive the technology use in your classrooms Be willing to engage them in the ways that they learn best

bull Generational diversity Change is not going to happen without schools working as teams to examine at longitudinal goals

bull 21st century skills The art of teaching comes through via the weaving of 21st century themes into core content You need to provide guidance and be thoughtful when designing classroom activities

bull Learning environments Just as wersquove looked at the whole child we need to start emphasizing the whole learning environment Personalized learning for both students and teachers is important

Getting Started

ISTE Standards

Students Teachers and Administrators

Technology Integration Framework Woodstock (IL) CUSD 200

Various Approaches

bull LoTI

bull University of South Florida Matrix

bull Arizona matrix

bull Using Technology with Classroom Instruction that Works

bull Challenge Based Learning

bull TPACK

bull SMAR

University of South Floridarsquos Tech Intergration Matrix

Grapplingrsquos Technology and Learning Spectrum

A world class education system should call for

globally connected schools

bullThe influence of new media

bullThe push for 21st century skills

bullThe ldquohighly connected teacherrdquo

bullThe urgency presented by complex global problems

CCSSO and Asia Societyrsquos PGL

bull New resource on global competence

bull Download a copy here

From Educating for Global Competence Preparing our Youth to Engage the World

Esther Wojcicki and Michael Levine Teaching for a Shared Future American Educators

Need to Think Globally

EdWeek Global Learning blog by Tony Jackson

THINK GlobalSchool12 countries in 12 trimesters

Connect All SchoolsiEARN

My Story

Apple Distinguished EducatorsGlobal Awareness 2006

bull The World is Flat

bull A Whole New Mind

bull Berlin amp Prague

bull Rethink Global Awareness

Classroom 20

Link

Global Education Conference

httpglobaleducationconferencecom

Over 500000 unique visitors

Over 10000 Members from 142 Countries

Steve Hargadon

Closing Session

2010 - Brian Mannix

2010 - Polar Bears International

2010 - Catlin Gabel School

bull Program Information

2011 - Pam Allyn - LitWorld

2011 - Greg Jacobs - Louder Than a Bomb

2011 - The Shoah Foundation

Project Examples

Dan Meyer

httpvimeocom19507645

ADE Application

Google Lit TripsJerome Burg

A Whole New MindKarl Fisch

The iEARN Project Book

Recommendations

bull Learn to network network to learn

bull Keep it authentic

bull Start small and design very structured projects

bull Join an existing group project

bull Develop a customized vision of 21st century learning for your classroom school and district

WHY NOWoline73 Can you distill why globally connected classrooms are vital in 2010

Photo source

We have urgent problems that need to be addressed and in order to prepare our students to work on these problems we must connect them globally We must teach them how networked learning leads to networked problem solving

httpsgsgmodernizingedu

lucylucygrayconsultingcom

Twitter elemenous

Page 20: Modernizing Education

Why Evolve

Shift Happens Iowa Did You Know

Project Tomorrowrsquos SpeakUp Survey

Project Tomorrow Recommendations

bull Un-tether learning and leverage mobile devices to extend learning beyond the school day and meet all learners in their own world

bull Create new interactive participatory learning spaces using tools such as online classes gaming and simulations online tutors and virtual reality environments

bull Incorporate Web 20 tools into daily instruction especially those that develop collaborative or social-based learning and provide unique opportunities for students to be content developers

bull Expand digital resources in the classroom to add context and relevancy to learning experiences through new media tools

bull Get beyond the classroom walls and make learning truly experiential such as using high tech science instrumentation and creating podcasts with content experts

Via John Pfluger

The Reality

Public Schools

bull Increased pressure via Race to the Top AYP RTI

bull Less funding

bull Less Time

bull Emphasis on standards and high stakes testing

bull Teacher Proof curricula

bull Less instruction in the arts World Languages etc

bull Longer school days

bull Technology seen as a content delivery Mechanism

bull Constant seeking of silver bullets

Independent Schools

bull Time

bull Resources

bull Streamlined bureaucracy

bull Organizational vision

bull Community Consensus

bull Administrative and collegial support

bull Authentic curriculum

bull Recognition of the Importance of 21st century skills

bull Professional development

bull Teacher autonomy

bull Prepared students

bull Commitment to developing the whole child

bull Parental support

What do effective schools seem to have in common

bull A WIDE RANGE OF EFFORTS TOWARDS CULTIVATING 21ST CENTURY SKILLS AND IMPLEMENTING ROBUST TECHNOLOGY PROGRAMS

bull THE SUCCESS OF ANY PROGRAM DEPENDS ON

bull VISIONARY LEADERSHIP

bull STRATEGIC PLANNING

bull COMMITMENT TO CONTINUOUS IMPROVEMENT

bull THE DEGREE TO WHICH THE SCHOOL IS PRESSURED TO PREPARE STUDENTS FOR A CHANGING WORLD

Greene County Schools

Mooresville Graded School District

My Experience as a Parent

The School at Columbia

bull K-8

bull Columbia University faculty and local kids

bull Innovation driven

bull 1 to 1 laptop program

bull 3 technologists plus tech staff

bull Extensive Google Apps for Education and new media use

bull Other field trip guides computer programming robotics conference

Known as ldquoTHErdquo

Science Leadership Academy

Educon 24

Personalized Learning

Mobile Technologies

21st century skills

generational Diversity

Learningenvironments

Design Thinking

Cloud Computing

Textbook Revolution

CuratedLearning

New Media Literacies

FlippingThe

Classroom

Global Collaboration

Also think about gamification OER

21st Century Skills

A Pedagogical Shift

bull New models of teaching and learning are emerging

bull Rigorous content + 21st century themes

bull ldquoSage on the stagerdquo to ldquoguide on the siderdquo

bull New literacies need to be taught strategically

bull Examples

bull developing a search mentality

bull Student personal learning networks (PLNs)

bull Standards and accountability still are important assessments need revision

The Partnership for 21st Century Skills

The Global Achievement Gap

Critical Thinking and Problem-Solving

Collaboration Across Networks and Leading by Influence

Agility and Adaptability

Initiative and Entrepreneurialism

Effective Oral and Written Communication

Accessing and Analyzing Information

Curiosity and Imagination

ManagingGenerational Diversity

Teachers and Students

bull Adults have different learning styles How are we taking this into account in terms of professional development and human capital

bull Baby Boomers

bull Gen Xers

bull Gen Yers

bull Kids have had different levels of exposure to technology The period of time at which our schools have been wired is fairly short

Basic online entertainment (online videos playing games)

E-commerce (online shopping banking and travel reservations)

Research and information gathering (product research news health and religious information searches)

Email and search

Active engagement with social media(visit SNS create SNS profile create blogs)

More advanced online entertainment (download videos music and podcasts)

More advanced communication and passive social media use (instant messaging visit SNS read blogs)

From State of the Internet 2009 Pew Internet Project Findings and Implications for Libraries

The vast majority of online adults from all generations uses email and search engines

While there are always exceptions older generations typically do not engage with the internet past e-commerce

The majority of teens and Gen Y use SNS but fewer maintain blogs Online adults older than Gen X are less likely to use SNS

Online activity pyramid by generation

Beloit Collegersquos Mindset List

0

25

50

75

100

1994 1996 1998 2000 2002

K-12 Classroom Internet Connectivity

Classroom Internet Connectivity

2007

Coming Soon to Campus The New Free Agent Learner Julie Evans CEO-Project Tomorrow Campus Technology 09 Jul 27 2009

Class of 2011 ndash recently graduated seniors 8th grade

Class of 2013 ndash current juniors 6th grade

Class of 2015 ndash current freshman class 4th grade

How digitally ldquonativerdquo are these students

What are their expectations for learning

Implications for Schools

bull Need for strategic human capital planning

bull Need for increased targeted sustained personalized and thoughtful professional development

bull Need for long range planning for studentsrsquo use of technology Requires schools to think of skills sets needed by students at various points in their academic careers while gauging the future of technology

Learning Environments

NYCrsquos The School of One

bull Summer school pilot

bull Middle school math

bull Flexible space

bull Personalized curriculum

bull Regular assessments

bull Variety in delivery of instruction

bull Lesson plan bank

bull Partnered with publishers

NYCrsquos The School of One

bull Summer school pilot

bull Middle school math

bull Flexible space

bull Personalized curriculum

bull Regular assessments

bull Variety in delivery of instruction

bull Lesson plan bank

bull Partnered with publishers

ReImagine Ed

The Third Teacher

You Media

So what

bull Networked learning You must be open to at least letting your kids drive the technology use in your classrooms Be willing to engage them in the ways that they learn best

bull Generational diversity Change is not going to happen without schools working as teams to examine at longitudinal goals

bull 21st century skills The art of teaching comes through via the weaving of 21st century themes into core content You need to provide guidance and be thoughtful when designing classroom activities

bull Learning environments Just as wersquove looked at the whole child we need to start emphasizing the whole learning environment Personalized learning for both students and teachers is important

Getting Started

ISTE Standards

Students Teachers and Administrators

Technology Integration Framework Woodstock (IL) CUSD 200

Various Approaches

bull LoTI

bull University of South Florida Matrix

bull Arizona matrix

bull Using Technology with Classroom Instruction that Works

bull Challenge Based Learning

bull TPACK

bull SMAR

University of South Floridarsquos Tech Intergration Matrix

Grapplingrsquos Technology and Learning Spectrum

A world class education system should call for

globally connected schools

bullThe influence of new media

bullThe push for 21st century skills

bullThe ldquohighly connected teacherrdquo

bullThe urgency presented by complex global problems

CCSSO and Asia Societyrsquos PGL

bull New resource on global competence

bull Download a copy here

From Educating for Global Competence Preparing our Youth to Engage the World

Esther Wojcicki and Michael Levine Teaching for a Shared Future American Educators

Need to Think Globally

EdWeek Global Learning blog by Tony Jackson

THINK GlobalSchool12 countries in 12 trimesters

Connect All SchoolsiEARN

My Story

Apple Distinguished EducatorsGlobal Awareness 2006

bull The World is Flat

bull A Whole New Mind

bull Berlin amp Prague

bull Rethink Global Awareness

Classroom 20

Link

Global Education Conference

httpglobaleducationconferencecom

Over 500000 unique visitors

Over 10000 Members from 142 Countries

Steve Hargadon

Closing Session

2010 - Brian Mannix

2010 - Polar Bears International

2010 - Catlin Gabel School

bull Program Information

2011 - Pam Allyn - LitWorld

2011 - Greg Jacobs - Louder Than a Bomb

2011 - The Shoah Foundation

Project Examples

Dan Meyer

httpvimeocom19507645

ADE Application

Google Lit TripsJerome Burg

A Whole New MindKarl Fisch

The iEARN Project Book

Recommendations

bull Learn to network network to learn

bull Keep it authentic

bull Start small and design very structured projects

bull Join an existing group project

bull Develop a customized vision of 21st century learning for your classroom school and district

WHY NOWoline73 Can you distill why globally connected classrooms are vital in 2010

Photo source

We have urgent problems that need to be addressed and in order to prepare our students to work on these problems we must connect them globally We must teach them how networked learning leads to networked problem solving

httpsgsgmodernizingedu

lucylucygrayconsultingcom

Twitter elemenous

Page 21: Modernizing Education

Shift Happens Iowa Did You Know

Project Tomorrowrsquos SpeakUp Survey

Project Tomorrow Recommendations

bull Un-tether learning and leverage mobile devices to extend learning beyond the school day and meet all learners in their own world

bull Create new interactive participatory learning spaces using tools such as online classes gaming and simulations online tutors and virtual reality environments

bull Incorporate Web 20 tools into daily instruction especially those that develop collaborative or social-based learning and provide unique opportunities for students to be content developers

bull Expand digital resources in the classroom to add context and relevancy to learning experiences through new media tools

bull Get beyond the classroom walls and make learning truly experiential such as using high tech science instrumentation and creating podcasts with content experts

Via John Pfluger

The Reality

Public Schools

bull Increased pressure via Race to the Top AYP RTI

bull Less funding

bull Less Time

bull Emphasis on standards and high stakes testing

bull Teacher Proof curricula

bull Less instruction in the arts World Languages etc

bull Longer school days

bull Technology seen as a content delivery Mechanism

bull Constant seeking of silver bullets

Independent Schools

bull Time

bull Resources

bull Streamlined bureaucracy

bull Organizational vision

bull Community Consensus

bull Administrative and collegial support

bull Authentic curriculum

bull Recognition of the Importance of 21st century skills

bull Professional development

bull Teacher autonomy

bull Prepared students

bull Commitment to developing the whole child

bull Parental support

What do effective schools seem to have in common

bull A WIDE RANGE OF EFFORTS TOWARDS CULTIVATING 21ST CENTURY SKILLS AND IMPLEMENTING ROBUST TECHNOLOGY PROGRAMS

bull THE SUCCESS OF ANY PROGRAM DEPENDS ON

bull VISIONARY LEADERSHIP

bull STRATEGIC PLANNING

bull COMMITMENT TO CONTINUOUS IMPROVEMENT

bull THE DEGREE TO WHICH THE SCHOOL IS PRESSURED TO PREPARE STUDENTS FOR A CHANGING WORLD

Greene County Schools

Mooresville Graded School District

My Experience as a Parent

The School at Columbia

bull K-8

bull Columbia University faculty and local kids

bull Innovation driven

bull 1 to 1 laptop program

bull 3 technologists plus tech staff

bull Extensive Google Apps for Education and new media use

bull Other field trip guides computer programming robotics conference

Known as ldquoTHErdquo

Science Leadership Academy

Educon 24

Personalized Learning

Mobile Technologies

21st century skills

generational Diversity

Learningenvironments

Design Thinking

Cloud Computing

Textbook Revolution

CuratedLearning

New Media Literacies

FlippingThe

Classroom

Global Collaboration

Also think about gamification OER

21st Century Skills

A Pedagogical Shift

bull New models of teaching and learning are emerging

bull Rigorous content + 21st century themes

bull ldquoSage on the stagerdquo to ldquoguide on the siderdquo

bull New literacies need to be taught strategically

bull Examples

bull developing a search mentality

bull Student personal learning networks (PLNs)

bull Standards and accountability still are important assessments need revision

The Partnership for 21st Century Skills

The Global Achievement Gap

Critical Thinking and Problem-Solving

Collaboration Across Networks and Leading by Influence

Agility and Adaptability

Initiative and Entrepreneurialism

Effective Oral and Written Communication

Accessing and Analyzing Information

Curiosity and Imagination

ManagingGenerational Diversity

Teachers and Students

bull Adults have different learning styles How are we taking this into account in terms of professional development and human capital

bull Baby Boomers

bull Gen Xers

bull Gen Yers

bull Kids have had different levels of exposure to technology The period of time at which our schools have been wired is fairly short

Basic online entertainment (online videos playing games)

E-commerce (online shopping banking and travel reservations)

Research and information gathering (product research news health and religious information searches)

Email and search

Active engagement with social media(visit SNS create SNS profile create blogs)

More advanced online entertainment (download videos music and podcasts)

More advanced communication and passive social media use (instant messaging visit SNS read blogs)

From State of the Internet 2009 Pew Internet Project Findings and Implications for Libraries

The vast majority of online adults from all generations uses email and search engines

While there are always exceptions older generations typically do not engage with the internet past e-commerce

The majority of teens and Gen Y use SNS but fewer maintain blogs Online adults older than Gen X are less likely to use SNS

Online activity pyramid by generation

Beloit Collegersquos Mindset List

0

25

50

75

100

1994 1996 1998 2000 2002

K-12 Classroom Internet Connectivity

Classroom Internet Connectivity

2007

Coming Soon to Campus The New Free Agent Learner Julie Evans CEO-Project Tomorrow Campus Technology 09 Jul 27 2009

Class of 2011 ndash recently graduated seniors 8th grade

Class of 2013 ndash current juniors 6th grade

Class of 2015 ndash current freshman class 4th grade

How digitally ldquonativerdquo are these students

What are their expectations for learning

Implications for Schools

bull Need for strategic human capital planning

bull Need for increased targeted sustained personalized and thoughtful professional development

bull Need for long range planning for studentsrsquo use of technology Requires schools to think of skills sets needed by students at various points in their academic careers while gauging the future of technology

Learning Environments

NYCrsquos The School of One

bull Summer school pilot

bull Middle school math

bull Flexible space

bull Personalized curriculum

bull Regular assessments

bull Variety in delivery of instruction

bull Lesson plan bank

bull Partnered with publishers

NYCrsquos The School of One

bull Summer school pilot

bull Middle school math

bull Flexible space

bull Personalized curriculum

bull Regular assessments

bull Variety in delivery of instruction

bull Lesson plan bank

bull Partnered with publishers

ReImagine Ed

The Third Teacher

You Media

So what

bull Networked learning You must be open to at least letting your kids drive the technology use in your classrooms Be willing to engage them in the ways that they learn best

bull Generational diversity Change is not going to happen without schools working as teams to examine at longitudinal goals

bull 21st century skills The art of teaching comes through via the weaving of 21st century themes into core content You need to provide guidance and be thoughtful when designing classroom activities

bull Learning environments Just as wersquove looked at the whole child we need to start emphasizing the whole learning environment Personalized learning for both students and teachers is important

Getting Started

ISTE Standards

Students Teachers and Administrators

Technology Integration Framework Woodstock (IL) CUSD 200

Various Approaches

bull LoTI

bull University of South Florida Matrix

bull Arizona matrix

bull Using Technology with Classroom Instruction that Works

bull Challenge Based Learning

bull TPACK

bull SMAR

University of South Floridarsquos Tech Intergration Matrix

Grapplingrsquos Technology and Learning Spectrum

A world class education system should call for

globally connected schools

bullThe influence of new media

bullThe push for 21st century skills

bullThe ldquohighly connected teacherrdquo

bullThe urgency presented by complex global problems

CCSSO and Asia Societyrsquos PGL

bull New resource on global competence

bull Download a copy here

From Educating for Global Competence Preparing our Youth to Engage the World

Esther Wojcicki and Michael Levine Teaching for a Shared Future American Educators

Need to Think Globally

EdWeek Global Learning blog by Tony Jackson

THINK GlobalSchool12 countries in 12 trimesters

Connect All SchoolsiEARN

My Story

Apple Distinguished EducatorsGlobal Awareness 2006

bull The World is Flat

bull A Whole New Mind

bull Berlin amp Prague

bull Rethink Global Awareness

Classroom 20

Link

Global Education Conference

httpglobaleducationconferencecom

Over 500000 unique visitors

Over 10000 Members from 142 Countries

Steve Hargadon

Closing Session

2010 - Brian Mannix

2010 - Polar Bears International

2010 - Catlin Gabel School

bull Program Information

2011 - Pam Allyn - LitWorld

2011 - Greg Jacobs - Louder Than a Bomb

2011 - The Shoah Foundation

Project Examples

Dan Meyer

httpvimeocom19507645

ADE Application

Google Lit TripsJerome Burg

A Whole New MindKarl Fisch

The iEARN Project Book

Recommendations

bull Learn to network network to learn

bull Keep it authentic

bull Start small and design very structured projects

bull Join an existing group project

bull Develop a customized vision of 21st century learning for your classroom school and district

WHY NOWoline73 Can you distill why globally connected classrooms are vital in 2010

Photo source

We have urgent problems that need to be addressed and in order to prepare our students to work on these problems we must connect them globally We must teach them how networked learning leads to networked problem solving

httpsgsgmodernizingedu

lucylucygrayconsultingcom

Twitter elemenous

Page 22: Modernizing Education

Project Tomorrowrsquos SpeakUp Survey

Project Tomorrow Recommendations

bull Un-tether learning and leverage mobile devices to extend learning beyond the school day and meet all learners in their own world

bull Create new interactive participatory learning spaces using tools such as online classes gaming and simulations online tutors and virtual reality environments

bull Incorporate Web 20 tools into daily instruction especially those that develop collaborative or social-based learning and provide unique opportunities for students to be content developers

bull Expand digital resources in the classroom to add context and relevancy to learning experiences through new media tools

bull Get beyond the classroom walls and make learning truly experiential such as using high tech science instrumentation and creating podcasts with content experts

Via John Pfluger

The Reality

Public Schools

bull Increased pressure via Race to the Top AYP RTI

bull Less funding

bull Less Time

bull Emphasis on standards and high stakes testing

bull Teacher Proof curricula

bull Less instruction in the arts World Languages etc

bull Longer school days

bull Technology seen as a content delivery Mechanism

bull Constant seeking of silver bullets

Independent Schools

bull Time

bull Resources

bull Streamlined bureaucracy

bull Organizational vision

bull Community Consensus

bull Administrative and collegial support

bull Authentic curriculum

bull Recognition of the Importance of 21st century skills

bull Professional development

bull Teacher autonomy

bull Prepared students

bull Commitment to developing the whole child

bull Parental support

What do effective schools seem to have in common

bull A WIDE RANGE OF EFFORTS TOWARDS CULTIVATING 21ST CENTURY SKILLS AND IMPLEMENTING ROBUST TECHNOLOGY PROGRAMS

bull THE SUCCESS OF ANY PROGRAM DEPENDS ON

bull VISIONARY LEADERSHIP

bull STRATEGIC PLANNING

bull COMMITMENT TO CONTINUOUS IMPROVEMENT

bull THE DEGREE TO WHICH THE SCHOOL IS PRESSURED TO PREPARE STUDENTS FOR A CHANGING WORLD

Greene County Schools

Mooresville Graded School District

My Experience as a Parent

The School at Columbia

bull K-8

bull Columbia University faculty and local kids

bull Innovation driven

bull 1 to 1 laptop program

bull 3 technologists plus tech staff

bull Extensive Google Apps for Education and new media use

bull Other field trip guides computer programming robotics conference

Known as ldquoTHErdquo

Science Leadership Academy

Educon 24

Personalized Learning

Mobile Technologies

21st century skills

generational Diversity

Learningenvironments

Design Thinking

Cloud Computing

Textbook Revolution

CuratedLearning

New Media Literacies

FlippingThe

Classroom

Global Collaboration

Also think about gamification OER

21st Century Skills

A Pedagogical Shift

bull New models of teaching and learning are emerging

bull Rigorous content + 21st century themes

bull ldquoSage on the stagerdquo to ldquoguide on the siderdquo

bull New literacies need to be taught strategically

bull Examples

bull developing a search mentality

bull Student personal learning networks (PLNs)

bull Standards and accountability still are important assessments need revision

The Partnership for 21st Century Skills

The Global Achievement Gap

Critical Thinking and Problem-Solving

Collaboration Across Networks and Leading by Influence

Agility and Adaptability

Initiative and Entrepreneurialism

Effective Oral and Written Communication

Accessing and Analyzing Information

Curiosity and Imagination

ManagingGenerational Diversity

Teachers and Students

bull Adults have different learning styles How are we taking this into account in terms of professional development and human capital

bull Baby Boomers

bull Gen Xers

bull Gen Yers

bull Kids have had different levels of exposure to technology The period of time at which our schools have been wired is fairly short

Basic online entertainment (online videos playing games)

E-commerce (online shopping banking and travel reservations)

Research and information gathering (product research news health and religious information searches)

Email and search

Active engagement with social media(visit SNS create SNS profile create blogs)

More advanced online entertainment (download videos music and podcasts)

More advanced communication and passive social media use (instant messaging visit SNS read blogs)

From State of the Internet 2009 Pew Internet Project Findings and Implications for Libraries

The vast majority of online adults from all generations uses email and search engines

While there are always exceptions older generations typically do not engage with the internet past e-commerce

The majority of teens and Gen Y use SNS but fewer maintain blogs Online adults older than Gen X are less likely to use SNS

Online activity pyramid by generation

Beloit Collegersquos Mindset List

0

25

50

75

100

1994 1996 1998 2000 2002

K-12 Classroom Internet Connectivity

Classroom Internet Connectivity

2007

Coming Soon to Campus The New Free Agent Learner Julie Evans CEO-Project Tomorrow Campus Technology 09 Jul 27 2009

Class of 2011 ndash recently graduated seniors 8th grade

Class of 2013 ndash current juniors 6th grade

Class of 2015 ndash current freshman class 4th grade

How digitally ldquonativerdquo are these students

What are their expectations for learning

Implications for Schools

bull Need for strategic human capital planning

bull Need for increased targeted sustained personalized and thoughtful professional development

bull Need for long range planning for studentsrsquo use of technology Requires schools to think of skills sets needed by students at various points in their academic careers while gauging the future of technology

Learning Environments

NYCrsquos The School of One

bull Summer school pilot

bull Middle school math

bull Flexible space

bull Personalized curriculum

bull Regular assessments

bull Variety in delivery of instruction

bull Lesson plan bank

bull Partnered with publishers

NYCrsquos The School of One

bull Summer school pilot

bull Middle school math

bull Flexible space

bull Personalized curriculum

bull Regular assessments

bull Variety in delivery of instruction

bull Lesson plan bank

bull Partnered with publishers

ReImagine Ed

The Third Teacher

You Media

So what

bull Networked learning You must be open to at least letting your kids drive the technology use in your classrooms Be willing to engage them in the ways that they learn best

bull Generational diversity Change is not going to happen without schools working as teams to examine at longitudinal goals

bull 21st century skills The art of teaching comes through via the weaving of 21st century themes into core content You need to provide guidance and be thoughtful when designing classroom activities

bull Learning environments Just as wersquove looked at the whole child we need to start emphasizing the whole learning environment Personalized learning for both students and teachers is important

Getting Started

ISTE Standards

Students Teachers and Administrators

Technology Integration Framework Woodstock (IL) CUSD 200

Various Approaches

bull LoTI

bull University of South Florida Matrix

bull Arizona matrix

bull Using Technology with Classroom Instruction that Works

bull Challenge Based Learning

bull TPACK

bull SMAR

University of South Floridarsquos Tech Intergration Matrix

Grapplingrsquos Technology and Learning Spectrum

A world class education system should call for

globally connected schools

bullThe influence of new media

bullThe push for 21st century skills

bullThe ldquohighly connected teacherrdquo

bullThe urgency presented by complex global problems

CCSSO and Asia Societyrsquos PGL

bull New resource on global competence

bull Download a copy here

From Educating for Global Competence Preparing our Youth to Engage the World

Esther Wojcicki and Michael Levine Teaching for a Shared Future American Educators

Need to Think Globally

EdWeek Global Learning blog by Tony Jackson

THINK GlobalSchool12 countries in 12 trimesters

Connect All SchoolsiEARN

My Story

Apple Distinguished EducatorsGlobal Awareness 2006

bull The World is Flat

bull A Whole New Mind

bull Berlin amp Prague

bull Rethink Global Awareness

Classroom 20

Link

Global Education Conference

httpglobaleducationconferencecom

Over 500000 unique visitors

Over 10000 Members from 142 Countries

Steve Hargadon

Closing Session

2010 - Brian Mannix

2010 - Polar Bears International

2010 - Catlin Gabel School

bull Program Information

2011 - Pam Allyn - LitWorld

2011 - Greg Jacobs - Louder Than a Bomb

2011 - The Shoah Foundation

Project Examples

Dan Meyer

httpvimeocom19507645

ADE Application

Google Lit TripsJerome Burg

A Whole New MindKarl Fisch

The iEARN Project Book

Recommendations

bull Learn to network network to learn

bull Keep it authentic

bull Start small and design very structured projects

bull Join an existing group project

bull Develop a customized vision of 21st century learning for your classroom school and district

WHY NOWoline73 Can you distill why globally connected classrooms are vital in 2010

Photo source

We have urgent problems that need to be addressed and in order to prepare our students to work on these problems we must connect them globally We must teach them how networked learning leads to networked problem solving

httpsgsgmodernizingedu

lucylucygrayconsultingcom

Twitter elemenous

Page 23: Modernizing Education

Project Tomorrow Recommendations

bull Un-tether learning and leverage mobile devices to extend learning beyond the school day and meet all learners in their own world

bull Create new interactive participatory learning spaces using tools such as online classes gaming and simulations online tutors and virtual reality environments

bull Incorporate Web 20 tools into daily instruction especially those that develop collaborative or social-based learning and provide unique opportunities for students to be content developers

bull Expand digital resources in the classroom to add context and relevancy to learning experiences through new media tools

bull Get beyond the classroom walls and make learning truly experiential such as using high tech science instrumentation and creating podcasts with content experts

Via John Pfluger

The Reality

Public Schools

bull Increased pressure via Race to the Top AYP RTI

bull Less funding

bull Less Time

bull Emphasis on standards and high stakes testing

bull Teacher Proof curricula

bull Less instruction in the arts World Languages etc

bull Longer school days

bull Technology seen as a content delivery Mechanism

bull Constant seeking of silver bullets

Independent Schools

bull Time

bull Resources

bull Streamlined bureaucracy

bull Organizational vision

bull Community Consensus

bull Administrative and collegial support

bull Authentic curriculum

bull Recognition of the Importance of 21st century skills

bull Professional development

bull Teacher autonomy

bull Prepared students

bull Commitment to developing the whole child

bull Parental support

What do effective schools seem to have in common

bull A WIDE RANGE OF EFFORTS TOWARDS CULTIVATING 21ST CENTURY SKILLS AND IMPLEMENTING ROBUST TECHNOLOGY PROGRAMS

bull THE SUCCESS OF ANY PROGRAM DEPENDS ON

bull VISIONARY LEADERSHIP

bull STRATEGIC PLANNING

bull COMMITMENT TO CONTINUOUS IMPROVEMENT

bull THE DEGREE TO WHICH THE SCHOOL IS PRESSURED TO PREPARE STUDENTS FOR A CHANGING WORLD

Greene County Schools

Mooresville Graded School District

My Experience as a Parent

The School at Columbia

bull K-8

bull Columbia University faculty and local kids

bull Innovation driven

bull 1 to 1 laptop program

bull 3 technologists plus tech staff

bull Extensive Google Apps for Education and new media use

bull Other field trip guides computer programming robotics conference

Known as ldquoTHErdquo

Science Leadership Academy

Educon 24

Personalized Learning

Mobile Technologies

21st century skills

generational Diversity

Learningenvironments

Design Thinking

Cloud Computing

Textbook Revolution

CuratedLearning

New Media Literacies

FlippingThe

Classroom

Global Collaboration

Also think about gamification OER

21st Century Skills

A Pedagogical Shift

bull New models of teaching and learning are emerging

bull Rigorous content + 21st century themes

bull ldquoSage on the stagerdquo to ldquoguide on the siderdquo

bull New literacies need to be taught strategically

bull Examples

bull developing a search mentality

bull Student personal learning networks (PLNs)

bull Standards and accountability still are important assessments need revision

The Partnership for 21st Century Skills

The Global Achievement Gap

Critical Thinking and Problem-Solving

Collaboration Across Networks and Leading by Influence

Agility and Adaptability

Initiative and Entrepreneurialism

Effective Oral and Written Communication

Accessing and Analyzing Information

Curiosity and Imagination

ManagingGenerational Diversity

Teachers and Students

bull Adults have different learning styles How are we taking this into account in terms of professional development and human capital

bull Baby Boomers

bull Gen Xers

bull Gen Yers

bull Kids have had different levels of exposure to technology The period of time at which our schools have been wired is fairly short

Basic online entertainment (online videos playing games)

E-commerce (online shopping banking and travel reservations)

Research and information gathering (product research news health and religious information searches)

Email and search

Active engagement with social media(visit SNS create SNS profile create blogs)

More advanced online entertainment (download videos music and podcasts)

More advanced communication and passive social media use (instant messaging visit SNS read blogs)

From State of the Internet 2009 Pew Internet Project Findings and Implications for Libraries

The vast majority of online adults from all generations uses email and search engines

While there are always exceptions older generations typically do not engage with the internet past e-commerce

The majority of teens and Gen Y use SNS but fewer maintain blogs Online adults older than Gen X are less likely to use SNS

Online activity pyramid by generation

Beloit Collegersquos Mindset List

0

25

50

75

100

1994 1996 1998 2000 2002

K-12 Classroom Internet Connectivity

Classroom Internet Connectivity

2007

Coming Soon to Campus The New Free Agent Learner Julie Evans CEO-Project Tomorrow Campus Technology 09 Jul 27 2009

Class of 2011 ndash recently graduated seniors 8th grade

Class of 2013 ndash current juniors 6th grade

Class of 2015 ndash current freshman class 4th grade

How digitally ldquonativerdquo are these students

What are their expectations for learning

Implications for Schools

bull Need for strategic human capital planning

bull Need for increased targeted sustained personalized and thoughtful professional development

bull Need for long range planning for studentsrsquo use of technology Requires schools to think of skills sets needed by students at various points in their academic careers while gauging the future of technology

Learning Environments

NYCrsquos The School of One

bull Summer school pilot

bull Middle school math

bull Flexible space

bull Personalized curriculum

bull Regular assessments

bull Variety in delivery of instruction

bull Lesson plan bank

bull Partnered with publishers

NYCrsquos The School of One

bull Summer school pilot

bull Middle school math

bull Flexible space

bull Personalized curriculum

bull Regular assessments

bull Variety in delivery of instruction

bull Lesson plan bank

bull Partnered with publishers

ReImagine Ed

The Third Teacher

You Media

So what

bull Networked learning You must be open to at least letting your kids drive the technology use in your classrooms Be willing to engage them in the ways that they learn best

bull Generational diversity Change is not going to happen without schools working as teams to examine at longitudinal goals

bull 21st century skills The art of teaching comes through via the weaving of 21st century themes into core content You need to provide guidance and be thoughtful when designing classroom activities

bull Learning environments Just as wersquove looked at the whole child we need to start emphasizing the whole learning environment Personalized learning for both students and teachers is important

Getting Started

ISTE Standards

Students Teachers and Administrators

Technology Integration Framework Woodstock (IL) CUSD 200

Various Approaches

bull LoTI

bull University of South Florida Matrix

bull Arizona matrix

bull Using Technology with Classroom Instruction that Works

bull Challenge Based Learning

bull TPACK

bull SMAR

University of South Floridarsquos Tech Intergration Matrix

Grapplingrsquos Technology and Learning Spectrum

A world class education system should call for

globally connected schools

bullThe influence of new media

bullThe push for 21st century skills

bullThe ldquohighly connected teacherrdquo

bullThe urgency presented by complex global problems

CCSSO and Asia Societyrsquos PGL

bull New resource on global competence

bull Download a copy here

From Educating for Global Competence Preparing our Youth to Engage the World

Esther Wojcicki and Michael Levine Teaching for a Shared Future American Educators

Need to Think Globally

EdWeek Global Learning blog by Tony Jackson

THINK GlobalSchool12 countries in 12 trimesters

Connect All SchoolsiEARN

My Story

Apple Distinguished EducatorsGlobal Awareness 2006

bull The World is Flat

bull A Whole New Mind

bull Berlin amp Prague

bull Rethink Global Awareness

Classroom 20

Link

Global Education Conference

httpglobaleducationconferencecom

Over 500000 unique visitors

Over 10000 Members from 142 Countries

Steve Hargadon

Closing Session

2010 - Brian Mannix

2010 - Polar Bears International

2010 - Catlin Gabel School

bull Program Information

2011 - Pam Allyn - LitWorld

2011 - Greg Jacobs - Louder Than a Bomb

2011 - The Shoah Foundation

Project Examples

Dan Meyer

httpvimeocom19507645

ADE Application

Google Lit TripsJerome Burg

A Whole New MindKarl Fisch

The iEARN Project Book

Recommendations

bull Learn to network network to learn

bull Keep it authentic

bull Start small and design very structured projects

bull Join an existing group project

bull Develop a customized vision of 21st century learning for your classroom school and district

WHY NOWoline73 Can you distill why globally connected classrooms are vital in 2010

Photo source

We have urgent problems that need to be addressed and in order to prepare our students to work on these problems we must connect them globally We must teach them how networked learning leads to networked problem solving

httpsgsgmodernizingedu

lucylucygrayconsultingcom

Twitter elemenous

Page 24: Modernizing Education

Via John Pfluger

The Reality

Public Schools

bull Increased pressure via Race to the Top AYP RTI

bull Less funding

bull Less Time

bull Emphasis on standards and high stakes testing

bull Teacher Proof curricula

bull Less instruction in the arts World Languages etc

bull Longer school days

bull Technology seen as a content delivery Mechanism

bull Constant seeking of silver bullets

Independent Schools

bull Time

bull Resources

bull Streamlined bureaucracy

bull Organizational vision

bull Community Consensus

bull Administrative and collegial support

bull Authentic curriculum

bull Recognition of the Importance of 21st century skills

bull Professional development

bull Teacher autonomy

bull Prepared students

bull Commitment to developing the whole child

bull Parental support

What do effective schools seem to have in common

bull A WIDE RANGE OF EFFORTS TOWARDS CULTIVATING 21ST CENTURY SKILLS AND IMPLEMENTING ROBUST TECHNOLOGY PROGRAMS

bull THE SUCCESS OF ANY PROGRAM DEPENDS ON

bull VISIONARY LEADERSHIP

bull STRATEGIC PLANNING

bull COMMITMENT TO CONTINUOUS IMPROVEMENT

bull THE DEGREE TO WHICH THE SCHOOL IS PRESSURED TO PREPARE STUDENTS FOR A CHANGING WORLD

Greene County Schools

Mooresville Graded School District

My Experience as a Parent

The School at Columbia

bull K-8

bull Columbia University faculty and local kids

bull Innovation driven

bull 1 to 1 laptop program

bull 3 technologists plus tech staff

bull Extensive Google Apps for Education and new media use

bull Other field trip guides computer programming robotics conference

Known as ldquoTHErdquo

Science Leadership Academy

Educon 24

Personalized Learning

Mobile Technologies

21st century skills

generational Diversity

Learningenvironments

Design Thinking

Cloud Computing

Textbook Revolution

CuratedLearning

New Media Literacies

FlippingThe

Classroom

Global Collaboration

Also think about gamification OER

21st Century Skills

A Pedagogical Shift

bull New models of teaching and learning are emerging

bull Rigorous content + 21st century themes

bull ldquoSage on the stagerdquo to ldquoguide on the siderdquo

bull New literacies need to be taught strategically

bull Examples

bull developing a search mentality

bull Student personal learning networks (PLNs)

bull Standards and accountability still are important assessments need revision

The Partnership for 21st Century Skills

The Global Achievement Gap

Critical Thinking and Problem-Solving

Collaboration Across Networks and Leading by Influence

Agility and Adaptability

Initiative and Entrepreneurialism

Effective Oral and Written Communication

Accessing and Analyzing Information

Curiosity and Imagination

ManagingGenerational Diversity

Teachers and Students

bull Adults have different learning styles How are we taking this into account in terms of professional development and human capital

bull Baby Boomers

bull Gen Xers

bull Gen Yers

bull Kids have had different levels of exposure to technology The period of time at which our schools have been wired is fairly short

Basic online entertainment (online videos playing games)

E-commerce (online shopping banking and travel reservations)

Research and information gathering (product research news health and religious information searches)

Email and search

Active engagement with social media(visit SNS create SNS profile create blogs)

More advanced online entertainment (download videos music and podcasts)

More advanced communication and passive social media use (instant messaging visit SNS read blogs)

From State of the Internet 2009 Pew Internet Project Findings and Implications for Libraries

The vast majority of online adults from all generations uses email and search engines

While there are always exceptions older generations typically do not engage with the internet past e-commerce

The majority of teens and Gen Y use SNS but fewer maintain blogs Online adults older than Gen X are less likely to use SNS

Online activity pyramid by generation

Beloit Collegersquos Mindset List

0

25

50

75

100

1994 1996 1998 2000 2002

K-12 Classroom Internet Connectivity

Classroom Internet Connectivity

2007

Coming Soon to Campus The New Free Agent Learner Julie Evans CEO-Project Tomorrow Campus Technology 09 Jul 27 2009

Class of 2011 ndash recently graduated seniors 8th grade

Class of 2013 ndash current juniors 6th grade

Class of 2015 ndash current freshman class 4th grade

How digitally ldquonativerdquo are these students

What are their expectations for learning

Implications for Schools

bull Need for strategic human capital planning

bull Need for increased targeted sustained personalized and thoughtful professional development

bull Need for long range planning for studentsrsquo use of technology Requires schools to think of skills sets needed by students at various points in their academic careers while gauging the future of technology

Learning Environments

NYCrsquos The School of One

bull Summer school pilot

bull Middle school math

bull Flexible space

bull Personalized curriculum

bull Regular assessments

bull Variety in delivery of instruction

bull Lesson plan bank

bull Partnered with publishers

NYCrsquos The School of One

bull Summer school pilot

bull Middle school math

bull Flexible space

bull Personalized curriculum

bull Regular assessments

bull Variety in delivery of instruction

bull Lesson plan bank

bull Partnered with publishers

ReImagine Ed

The Third Teacher

You Media

So what

bull Networked learning You must be open to at least letting your kids drive the technology use in your classrooms Be willing to engage them in the ways that they learn best

bull Generational diversity Change is not going to happen without schools working as teams to examine at longitudinal goals

bull 21st century skills The art of teaching comes through via the weaving of 21st century themes into core content You need to provide guidance and be thoughtful when designing classroom activities

bull Learning environments Just as wersquove looked at the whole child we need to start emphasizing the whole learning environment Personalized learning for both students and teachers is important

Getting Started

ISTE Standards

Students Teachers and Administrators

Technology Integration Framework Woodstock (IL) CUSD 200

Various Approaches

bull LoTI

bull University of South Florida Matrix

bull Arizona matrix

bull Using Technology with Classroom Instruction that Works

bull Challenge Based Learning

bull TPACK

bull SMAR

University of South Floridarsquos Tech Intergration Matrix

Grapplingrsquos Technology and Learning Spectrum

A world class education system should call for

globally connected schools

bullThe influence of new media

bullThe push for 21st century skills

bullThe ldquohighly connected teacherrdquo

bullThe urgency presented by complex global problems

CCSSO and Asia Societyrsquos PGL

bull New resource on global competence

bull Download a copy here

From Educating for Global Competence Preparing our Youth to Engage the World

Esther Wojcicki and Michael Levine Teaching for a Shared Future American Educators

Need to Think Globally

EdWeek Global Learning blog by Tony Jackson

THINK GlobalSchool12 countries in 12 trimesters

Connect All SchoolsiEARN

My Story

Apple Distinguished EducatorsGlobal Awareness 2006

bull The World is Flat

bull A Whole New Mind

bull Berlin amp Prague

bull Rethink Global Awareness

Classroom 20

Link

Global Education Conference

httpglobaleducationconferencecom

Over 500000 unique visitors

Over 10000 Members from 142 Countries

Steve Hargadon

Closing Session

2010 - Brian Mannix

2010 - Polar Bears International

2010 - Catlin Gabel School

bull Program Information

2011 - Pam Allyn - LitWorld

2011 - Greg Jacobs - Louder Than a Bomb

2011 - The Shoah Foundation

Project Examples

Dan Meyer

httpvimeocom19507645

ADE Application

Google Lit TripsJerome Burg

A Whole New MindKarl Fisch

The iEARN Project Book

Recommendations

bull Learn to network network to learn

bull Keep it authentic

bull Start small and design very structured projects

bull Join an existing group project

bull Develop a customized vision of 21st century learning for your classroom school and district

WHY NOWoline73 Can you distill why globally connected classrooms are vital in 2010

Photo source

We have urgent problems that need to be addressed and in order to prepare our students to work on these problems we must connect them globally We must teach them how networked learning leads to networked problem solving

httpsgsgmodernizingedu

lucylucygrayconsultingcom

Twitter elemenous

Page 25: Modernizing Education

The Reality

Public Schools

bull Increased pressure via Race to the Top AYP RTI

bull Less funding

bull Less Time

bull Emphasis on standards and high stakes testing

bull Teacher Proof curricula

bull Less instruction in the arts World Languages etc

bull Longer school days

bull Technology seen as a content delivery Mechanism

bull Constant seeking of silver bullets

Independent Schools

bull Time

bull Resources

bull Streamlined bureaucracy

bull Organizational vision

bull Community Consensus

bull Administrative and collegial support

bull Authentic curriculum

bull Recognition of the Importance of 21st century skills

bull Professional development

bull Teacher autonomy

bull Prepared students

bull Commitment to developing the whole child

bull Parental support

What do effective schools seem to have in common

bull A WIDE RANGE OF EFFORTS TOWARDS CULTIVATING 21ST CENTURY SKILLS AND IMPLEMENTING ROBUST TECHNOLOGY PROGRAMS

bull THE SUCCESS OF ANY PROGRAM DEPENDS ON

bull VISIONARY LEADERSHIP

bull STRATEGIC PLANNING

bull COMMITMENT TO CONTINUOUS IMPROVEMENT

bull THE DEGREE TO WHICH THE SCHOOL IS PRESSURED TO PREPARE STUDENTS FOR A CHANGING WORLD

Greene County Schools

Mooresville Graded School District

My Experience as a Parent

The School at Columbia

bull K-8

bull Columbia University faculty and local kids

bull Innovation driven

bull 1 to 1 laptop program

bull 3 technologists plus tech staff

bull Extensive Google Apps for Education and new media use

bull Other field trip guides computer programming robotics conference

Known as ldquoTHErdquo

Science Leadership Academy

Educon 24

Personalized Learning

Mobile Technologies

21st century skills

generational Diversity

Learningenvironments

Design Thinking

Cloud Computing

Textbook Revolution

CuratedLearning

New Media Literacies

FlippingThe

Classroom

Global Collaboration

Also think about gamification OER

21st Century Skills

A Pedagogical Shift

bull New models of teaching and learning are emerging

bull Rigorous content + 21st century themes

bull ldquoSage on the stagerdquo to ldquoguide on the siderdquo

bull New literacies need to be taught strategically

bull Examples

bull developing a search mentality

bull Student personal learning networks (PLNs)

bull Standards and accountability still are important assessments need revision

The Partnership for 21st Century Skills

The Global Achievement Gap

Critical Thinking and Problem-Solving

Collaboration Across Networks and Leading by Influence

Agility and Adaptability

Initiative and Entrepreneurialism

Effective Oral and Written Communication

Accessing and Analyzing Information

Curiosity and Imagination

ManagingGenerational Diversity

Teachers and Students

bull Adults have different learning styles How are we taking this into account in terms of professional development and human capital

bull Baby Boomers

bull Gen Xers

bull Gen Yers

bull Kids have had different levels of exposure to technology The period of time at which our schools have been wired is fairly short

Basic online entertainment (online videos playing games)

E-commerce (online shopping banking and travel reservations)

Research and information gathering (product research news health and religious information searches)

Email and search

Active engagement with social media(visit SNS create SNS profile create blogs)

More advanced online entertainment (download videos music and podcasts)

More advanced communication and passive social media use (instant messaging visit SNS read blogs)

From State of the Internet 2009 Pew Internet Project Findings and Implications for Libraries

The vast majority of online adults from all generations uses email and search engines

While there are always exceptions older generations typically do not engage with the internet past e-commerce

The majority of teens and Gen Y use SNS but fewer maintain blogs Online adults older than Gen X are less likely to use SNS

Online activity pyramid by generation

Beloit Collegersquos Mindset List

0

25

50

75

100

1994 1996 1998 2000 2002

K-12 Classroom Internet Connectivity

Classroom Internet Connectivity

2007

Coming Soon to Campus The New Free Agent Learner Julie Evans CEO-Project Tomorrow Campus Technology 09 Jul 27 2009

Class of 2011 ndash recently graduated seniors 8th grade

Class of 2013 ndash current juniors 6th grade

Class of 2015 ndash current freshman class 4th grade

How digitally ldquonativerdquo are these students

What are their expectations for learning

Implications for Schools

bull Need for strategic human capital planning

bull Need for increased targeted sustained personalized and thoughtful professional development

bull Need for long range planning for studentsrsquo use of technology Requires schools to think of skills sets needed by students at various points in their academic careers while gauging the future of technology

Learning Environments

NYCrsquos The School of One

bull Summer school pilot

bull Middle school math

bull Flexible space

bull Personalized curriculum

bull Regular assessments

bull Variety in delivery of instruction

bull Lesson plan bank

bull Partnered with publishers

NYCrsquos The School of One

bull Summer school pilot

bull Middle school math

bull Flexible space

bull Personalized curriculum

bull Regular assessments

bull Variety in delivery of instruction

bull Lesson plan bank

bull Partnered with publishers

ReImagine Ed

The Third Teacher

You Media

So what

bull Networked learning You must be open to at least letting your kids drive the technology use in your classrooms Be willing to engage them in the ways that they learn best

bull Generational diversity Change is not going to happen without schools working as teams to examine at longitudinal goals

bull 21st century skills The art of teaching comes through via the weaving of 21st century themes into core content You need to provide guidance and be thoughtful when designing classroom activities

bull Learning environments Just as wersquove looked at the whole child we need to start emphasizing the whole learning environment Personalized learning for both students and teachers is important

Getting Started

ISTE Standards

Students Teachers and Administrators

Technology Integration Framework Woodstock (IL) CUSD 200

Various Approaches

bull LoTI

bull University of South Florida Matrix

bull Arizona matrix

bull Using Technology with Classroom Instruction that Works

bull Challenge Based Learning

bull TPACK

bull SMAR

University of South Floridarsquos Tech Intergration Matrix

Grapplingrsquos Technology and Learning Spectrum

A world class education system should call for

globally connected schools

bullThe influence of new media

bullThe push for 21st century skills

bullThe ldquohighly connected teacherrdquo

bullThe urgency presented by complex global problems

CCSSO and Asia Societyrsquos PGL

bull New resource on global competence

bull Download a copy here

From Educating for Global Competence Preparing our Youth to Engage the World

Esther Wojcicki and Michael Levine Teaching for a Shared Future American Educators

Need to Think Globally

EdWeek Global Learning blog by Tony Jackson

THINK GlobalSchool12 countries in 12 trimesters

Connect All SchoolsiEARN

My Story

Apple Distinguished EducatorsGlobal Awareness 2006

bull The World is Flat

bull A Whole New Mind

bull Berlin amp Prague

bull Rethink Global Awareness

Classroom 20

Link

Global Education Conference

httpglobaleducationconferencecom

Over 500000 unique visitors

Over 10000 Members from 142 Countries

Steve Hargadon

Closing Session

2010 - Brian Mannix

2010 - Polar Bears International

2010 - Catlin Gabel School

bull Program Information

2011 - Pam Allyn - LitWorld

2011 - Greg Jacobs - Louder Than a Bomb

2011 - The Shoah Foundation

Project Examples

Dan Meyer

httpvimeocom19507645

ADE Application

Google Lit TripsJerome Burg

A Whole New MindKarl Fisch

The iEARN Project Book

Recommendations

bull Learn to network network to learn

bull Keep it authentic

bull Start small and design very structured projects

bull Join an existing group project

bull Develop a customized vision of 21st century learning for your classroom school and district

WHY NOWoline73 Can you distill why globally connected classrooms are vital in 2010

Photo source

We have urgent problems that need to be addressed and in order to prepare our students to work on these problems we must connect them globally We must teach them how networked learning leads to networked problem solving

httpsgsgmodernizingedu

lucylucygrayconsultingcom

Twitter elemenous

Page 26: Modernizing Education

Public Schools

bull Increased pressure via Race to the Top AYP RTI

bull Less funding

bull Less Time

bull Emphasis on standards and high stakes testing

bull Teacher Proof curricula

bull Less instruction in the arts World Languages etc

bull Longer school days

bull Technology seen as a content delivery Mechanism

bull Constant seeking of silver bullets

Independent Schools

bull Time

bull Resources

bull Streamlined bureaucracy

bull Organizational vision

bull Community Consensus

bull Administrative and collegial support

bull Authentic curriculum

bull Recognition of the Importance of 21st century skills

bull Professional development

bull Teacher autonomy

bull Prepared students

bull Commitment to developing the whole child

bull Parental support

What do effective schools seem to have in common

bull A WIDE RANGE OF EFFORTS TOWARDS CULTIVATING 21ST CENTURY SKILLS AND IMPLEMENTING ROBUST TECHNOLOGY PROGRAMS

bull THE SUCCESS OF ANY PROGRAM DEPENDS ON

bull VISIONARY LEADERSHIP

bull STRATEGIC PLANNING

bull COMMITMENT TO CONTINUOUS IMPROVEMENT

bull THE DEGREE TO WHICH THE SCHOOL IS PRESSURED TO PREPARE STUDENTS FOR A CHANGING WORLD

Greene County Schools

Mooresville Graded School District

My Experience as a Parent

The School at Columbia

bull K-8

bull Columbia University faculty and local kids

bull Innovation driven

bull 1 to 1 laptop program

bull 3 technologists plus tech staff

bull Extensive Google Apps for Education and new media use

bull Other field trip guides computer programming robotics conference

Known as ldquoTHErdquo

Science Leadership Academy

Educon 24

Personalized Learning

Mobile Technologies

21st century skills

generational Diversity

Learningenvironments

Design Thinking

Cloud Computing

Textbook Revolution

CuratedLearning

New Media Literacies

FlippingThe

Classroom

Global Collaboration

Also think about gamification OER

21st Century Skills

A Pedagogical Shift

bull New models of teaching and learning are emerging

bull Rigorous content + 21st century themes

bull ldquoSage on the stagerdquo to ldquoguide on the siderdquo

bull New literacies need to be taught strategically

bull Examples

bull developing a search mentality

bull Student personal learning networks (PLNs)

bull Standards and accountability still are important assessments need revision

The Partnership for 21st Century Skills

The Global Achievement Gap

Critical Thinking and Problem-Solving

Collaboration Across Networks and Leading by Influence

Agility and Adaptability

Initiative and Entrepreneurialism

Effective Oral and Written Communication

Accessing and Analyzing Information

Curiosity and Imagination

ManagingGenerational Diversity

Teachers and Students

bull Adults have different learning styles How are we taking this into account in terms of professional development and human capital

bull Baby Boomers

bull Gen Xers

bull Gen Yers

bull Kids have had different levels of exposure to technology The period of time at which our schools have been wired is fairly short

Basic online entertainment (online videos playing games)

E-commerce (online shopping banking and travel reservations)

Research and information gathering (product research news health and religious information searches)

Email and search

Active engagement with social media(visit SNS create SNS profile create blogs)

More advanced online entertainment (download videos music and podcasts)

More advanced communication and passive social media use (instant messaging visit SNS read blogs)

From State of the Internet 2009 Pew Internet Project Findings and Implications for Libraries

The vast majority of online adults from all generations uses email and search engines

While there are always exceptions older generations typically do not engage with the internet past e-commerce

The majority of teens and Gen Y use SNS but fewer maintain blogs Online adults older than Gen X are less likely to use SNS

Online activity pyramid by generation

Beloit Collegersquos Mindset List

0

25

50

75

100

1994 1996 1998 2000 2002

K-12 Classroom Internet Connectivity

Classroom Internet Connectivity

2007

Coming Soon to Campus The New Free Agent Learner Julie Evans CEO-Project Tomorrow Campus Technology 09 Jul 27 2009

Class of 2011 ndash recently graduated seniors 8th grade

Class of 2013 ndash current juniors 6th grade

Class of 2015 ndash current freshman class 4th grade

How digitally ldquonativerdquo are these students

What are their expectations for learning

Implications for Schools

bull Need for strategic human capital planning

bull Need for increased targeted sustained personalized and thoughtful professional development

bull Need for long range planning for studentsrsquo use of technology Requires schools to think of skills sets needed by students at various points in their academic careers while gauging the future of technology

Learning Environments

NYCrsquos The School of One

bull Summer school pilot

bull Middle school math

bull Flexible space

bull Personalized curriculum

bull Regular assessments

bull Variety in delivery of instruction

bull Lesson plan bank

bull Partnered with publishers

NYCrsquos The School of One

bull Summer school pilot

bull Middle school math

bull Flexible space

bull Personalized curriculum

bull Regular assessments

bull Variety in delivery of instruction

bull Lesson plan bank

bull Partnered with publishers

ReImagine Ed

The Third Teacher

You Media

So what

bull Networked learning You must be open to at least letting your kids drive the technology use in your classrooms Be willing to engage them in the ways that they learn best

bull Generational diversity Change is not going to happen without schools working as teams to examine at longitudinal goals

bull 21st century skills The art of teaching comes through via the weaving of 21st century themes into core content You need to provide guidance and be thoughtful when designing classroom activities

bull Learning environments Just as wersquove looked at the whole child we need to start emphasizing the whole learning environment Personalized learning for both students and teachers is important

Getting Started

ISTE Standards

Students Teachers and Administrators

Technology Integration Framework Woodstock (IL) CUSD 200

Various Approaches

bull LoTI

bull University of South Florida Matrix

bull Arizona matrix

bull Using Technology with Classroom Instruction that Works

bull Challenge Based Learning

bull TPACK

bull SMAR

University of South Floridarsquos Tech Intergration Matrix

Grapplingrsquos Technology and Learning Spectrum

A world class education system should call for

globally connected schools

bullThe influence of new media

bullThe push for 21st century skills

bullThe ldquohighly connected teacherrdquo

bullThe urgency presented by complex global problems

CCSSO and Asia Societyrsquos PGL

bull New resource on global competence

bull Download a copy here

From Educating for Global Competence Preparing our Youth to Engage the World

Esther Wojcicki and Michael Levine Teaching for a Shared Future American Educators

Need to Think Globally

EdWeek Global Learning blog by Tony Jackson

THINK GlobalSchool12 countries in 12 trimesters

Connect All SchoolsiEARN

My Story

Apple Distinguished EducatorsGlobal Awareness 2006

bull The World is Flat

bull A Whole New Mind

bull Berlin amp Prague

bull Rethink Global Awareness

Classroom 20

Link

Global Education Conference

httpglobaleducationconferencecom

Over 500000 unique visitors

Over 10000 Members from 142 Countries

Steve Hargadon

Closing Session

2010 - Brian Mannix

2010 - Polar Bears International

2010 - Catlin Gabel School

bull Program Information

2011 - Pam Allyn - LitWorld

2011 - Greg Jacobs - Louder Than a Bomb

2011 - The Shoah Foundation

Project Examples

Dan Meyer

httpvimeocom19507645

ADE Application

Google Lit TripsJerome Burg

A Whole New MindKarl Fisch

The iEARN Project Book

Recommendations

bull Learn to network network to learn

bull Keep it authentic

bull Start small and design very structured projects

bull Join an existing group project

bull Develop a customized vision of 21st century learning for your classroom school and district

WHY NOWoline73 Can you distill why globally connected classrooms are vital in 2010

Photo source

We have urgent problems that need to be addressed and in order to prepare our students to work on these problems we must connect them globally We must teach them how networked learning leads to networked problem solving

httpsgsgmodernizingedu

lucylucygrayconsultingcom

Twitter elemenous

Page 27: Modernizing Education

Independent Schools

bull Time

bull Resources

bull Streamlined bureaucracy

bull Organizational vision

bull Community Consensus

bull Administrative and collegial support

bull Authentic curriculum

bull Recognition of the Importance of 21st century skills

bull Professional development

bull Teacher autonomy

bull Prepared students

bull Commitment to developing the whole child

bull Parental support

What do effective schools seem to have in common

bull A WIDE RANGE OF EFFORTS TOWARDS CULTIVATING 21ST CENTURY SKILLS AND IMPLEMENTING ROBUST TECHNOLOGY PROGRAMS

bull THE SUCCESS OF ANY PROGRAM DEPENDS ON

bull VISIONARY LEADERSHIP

bull STRATEGIC PLANNING

bull COMMITMENT TO CONTINUOUS IMPROVEMENT

bull THE DEGREE TO WHICH THE SCHOOL IS PRESSURED TO PREPARE STUDENTS FOR A CHANGING WORLD

Greene County Schools

Mooresville Graded School District

My Experience as a Parent

The School at Columbia

bull K-8

bull Columbia University faculty and local kids

bull Innovation driven

bull 1 to 1 laptop program

bull 3 technologists plus tech staff

bull Extensive Google Apps for Education and new media use

bull Other field trip guides computer programming robotics conference

Known as ldquoTHErdquo

Science Leadership Academy

Educon 24

Personalized Learning

Mobile Technologies

21st century skills

generational Diversity

Learningenvironments

Design Thinking

Cloud Computing

Textbook Revolution

CuratedLearning

New Media Literacies

FlippingThe

Classroom

Global Collaboration

Also think about gamification OER

21st Century Skills

A Pedagogical Shift

bull New models of teaching and learning are emerging

bull Rigorous content + 21st century themes

bull ldquoSage on the stagerdquo to ldquoguide on the siderdquo

bull New literacies need to be taught strategically

bull Examples

bull developing a search mentality

bull Student personal learning networks (PLNs)

bull Standards and accountability still are important assessments need revision

The Partnership for 21st Century Skills

The Global Achievement Gap

Critical Thinking and Problem-Solving

Collaboration Across Networks and Leading by Influence

Agility and Adaptability

Initiative and Entrepreneurialism

Effective Oral and Written Communication

Accessing and Analyzing Information

Curiosity and Imagination

ManagingGenerational Diversity

Teachers and Students

bull Adults have different learning styles How are we taking this into account in terms of professional development and human capital

bull Baby Boomers

bull Gen Xers

bull Gen Yers

bull Kids have had different levels of exposure to technology The period of time at which our schools have been wired is fairly short

Basic online entertainment (online videos playing games)

E-commerce (online shopping banking and travel reservations)

Research and information gathering (product research news health and religious information searches)

Email and search

Active engagement with social media(visit SNS create SNS profile create blogs)

More advanced online entertainment (download videos music and podcasts)

More advanced communication and passive social media use (instant messaging visit SNS read blogs)

From State of the Internet 2009 Pew Internet Project Findings and Implications for Libraries

The vast majority of online adults from all generations uses email and search engines

While there are always exceptions older generations typically do not engage with the internet past e-commerce

The majority of teens and Gen Y use SNS but fewer maintain blogs Online adults older than Gen X are less likely to use SNS

Online activity pyramid by generation

Beloit Collegersquos Mindset List

0

25

50

75

100

1994 1996 1998 2000 2002

K-12 Classroom Internet Connectivity

Classroom Internet Connectivity

2007

Coming Soon to Campus The New Free Agent Learner Julie Evans CEO-Project Tomorrow Campus Technology 09 Jul 27 2009

Class of 2011 ndash recently graduated seniors 8th grade

Class of 2013 ndash current juniors 6th grade

Class of 2015 ndash current freshman class 4th grade

How digitally ldquonativerdquo are these students

What are their expectations for learning

Implications for Schools

bull Need for strategic human capital planning

bull Need for increased targeted sustained personalized and thoughtful professional development

bull Need for long range planning for studentsrsquo use of technology Requires schools to think of skills sets needed by students at various points in their academic careers while gauging the future of technology

Learning Environments

NYCrsquos The School of One

bull Summer school pilot

bull Middle school math

bull Flexible space

bull Personalized curriculum

bull Regular assessments

bull Variety in delivery of instruction

bull Lesson plan bank

bull Partnered with publishers

NYCrsquos The School of One

bull Summer school pilot

bull Middle school math

bull Flexible space

bull Personalized curriculum

bull Regular assessments

bull Variety in delivery of instruction

bull Lesson plan bank

bull Partnered with publishers

ReImagine Ed

The Third Teacher

You Media

So what

bull Networked learning You must be open to at least letting your kids drive the technology use in your classrooms Be willing to engage them in the ways that they learn best

bull Generational diversity Change is not going to happen without schools working as teams to examine at longitudinal goals

bull 21st century skills The art of teaching comes through via the weaving of 21st century themes into core content You need to provide guidance and be thoughtful when designing classroom activities

bull Learning environments Just as wersquove looked at the whole child we need to start emphasizing the whole learning environment Personalized learning for both students and teachers is important

Getting Started

ISTE Standards

Students Teachers and Administrators

Technology Integration Framework Woodstock (IL) CUSD 200

Various Approaches

bull LoTI

bull University of South Florida Matrix

bull Arizona matrix

bull Using Technology with Classroom Instruction that Works

bull Challenge Based Learning

bull TPACK

bull SMAR

University of South Floridarsquos Tech Intergration Matrix

Grapplingrsquos Technology and Learning Spectrum

A world class education system should call for

globally connected schools

bullThe influence of new media

bullThe push for 21st century skills

bullThe ldquohighly connected teacherrdquo

bullThe urgency presented by complex global problems

CCSSO and Asia Societyrsquos PGL

bull New resource on global competence

bull Download a copy here

From Educating for Global Competence Preparing our Youth to Engage the World

Esther Wojcicki and Michael Levine Teaching for a Shared Future American Educators

Need to Think Globally

EdWeek Global Learning blog by Tony Jackson

THINK GlobalSchool12 countries in 12 trimesters

Connect All SchoolsiEARN

My Story

Apple Distinguished EducatorsGlobal Awareness 2006

bull The World is Flat

bull A Whole New Mind

bull Berlin amp Prague

bull Rethink Global Awareness

Classroom 20

Link

Global Education Conference

httpglobaleducationconferencecom

Over 500000 unique visitors

Over 10000 Members from 142 Countries

Steve Hargadon

Closing Session

2010 - Brian Mannix

2010 - Polar Bears International

2010 - Catlin Gabel School

bull Program Information

2011 - Pam Allyn - LitWorld

2011 - Greg Jacobs - Louder Than a Bomb

2011 - The Shoah Foundation

Project Examples

Dan Meyer

httpvimeocom19507645

ADE Application

Google Lit TripsJerome Burg

A Whole New MindKarl Fisch

The iEARN Project Book

Recommendations

bull Learn to network network to learn

bull Keep it authentic

bull Start small and design very structured projects

bull Join an existing group project

bull Develop a customized vision of 21st century learning for your classroom school and district

WHY NOWoline73 Can you distill why globally connected classrooms are vital in 2010

Photo source

We have urgent problems that need to be addressed and in order to prepare our students to work on these problems we must connect them globally We must teach them how networked learning leads to networked problem solving

httpsgsgmodernizingedu

lucylucygrayconsultingcom

Twitter elemenous

Page 28: Modernizing Education

What do effective schools seem to have in common

bull A WIDE RANGE OF EFFORTS TOWARDS CULTIVATING 21ST CENTURY SKILLS AND IMPLEMENTING ROBUST TECHNOLOGY PROGRAMS

bull THE SUCCESS OF ANY PROGRAM DEPENDS ON

bull VISIONARY LEADERSHIP

bull STRATEGIC PLANNING

bull COMMITMENT TO CONTINUOUS IMPROVEMENT

bull THE DEGREE TO WHICH THE SCHOOL IS PRESSURED TO PREPARE STUDENTS FOR A CHANGING WORLD

Greene County Schools

Mooresville Graded School District

My Experience as a Parent

The School at Columbia

bull K-8

bull Columbia University faculty and local kids

bull Innovation driven

bull 1 to 1 laptop program

bull 3 technologists plus tech staff

bull Extensive Google Apps for Education and new media use

bull Other field trip guides computer programming robotics conference

Known as ldquoTHErdquo

Science Leadership Academy

Educon 24

Personalized Learning

Mobile Technologies

21st century skills

generational Diversity

Learningenvironments

Design Thinking

Cloud Computing

Textbook Revolution

CuratedLearning

New Media Literacies

FlippingThe

Classroom

Global Collaboration

Also think about gamification OER

21st Century Skills

A Pedagogical Shift

bull New models of teaching and learning are emerging

bull Rigorous content + 21st century themes

bull ldquoSage on the stagerdquo to ldquoguide on the siderdquo

bull New literacies need to be taught strategically

bull Examples

bull developing a search mentality

bull Student personal learning networks (PLNs)

bull Standards and accountability still are important assessments need revision

The Partnership for 21st Century Skills

The Global Achievement Gap

Critical Thinking and Problem-Solving

Collaboration Across Networks and Leading by Influence

Agility and Adaptability

Initiative and Entrepreneurialism

Effective Oral and Written Communication

Accessing and Analyzing Information

Curiosity and Imagination

ManagingGenerational Diversity

Teachers and Students

bull Adults have different learning styles How are we taking this into account in terms of professional development and human capital

bull Baby Boomers

bull Gen Xers

bull Gen Yers

bull Kids have had different levels of exposure to technology The period of time at which our schools have been wired is fairly short

Basic online entertainment (online videos playing games)

E-commerce (online shopping banking and travel reservations)

Research and information gathering (product research news health and religious information searches)

Email and search

Active engagement with social media(visit SNS create SNS profile create blogs)

More advanced online entertainment (download videos music and podcasts)

More advanced communication and passive social media use (instant messaging visit SNS read blogs)

From State of the Internet 2009 Pew Internet Project Findings and Implications for Libraries

The vast majority of online adults from all generations uses email and search engines

While there are always exceptions older generations typically do not engage with the internet past e-commerce

The majority of teens and Gen Y use SNS but fewer maintain blogs Online adults older than Gen X are less likely to use SNS

Online activity pyramid by generation

Beloit Collegersquos Mindset List

0

25

50

75

100

1994 1996 1998 2000 2002

K-12 Classroom Internet Connectivity

Classroom Internet Connectivity

2007

Coming Soon to Campus The New Free Agent Learner Julie Evans CEO-Project Tomorrow Campus Technology 09 Jul 27 2009

Class of 2011 ndash recently graduated seniors 8th grade

Class of 2013 ndash current juniors 6th grade

Class of 2015 ndash current freshman class 4th grade

How digitally ldquonativerdquo are these students

What are their expectations for learning

Implications for Schools

bull Need for strategic human capital planning

bull Need for increased targeted sustained personalized and thoughtful professional development

bull Need for long range planning for studentsrsquo use of technology Requires schools to think of skills sets needed by students at various points in their academic careers while gauging the future of technology

Learning Environments

NYCrsquos The School of One

bull Summer school pilot

bull Middle school math

bull Flexible space

bull Personalized curriculum

bull Regular assessments

bull Variety in delivery of instruction

bull Lesson plan bank

bull Partnered with publishers

NYCrsquos The School of One

bull Summer school pilot

bull Middle school math

bull Flexible space

bull Personalized curriculum

bull Regular assessments

bull Variety in delivery of instruction

bull Lesson plan bank

bull Partnered with publishers

ReImagine Ed

The Third Teacher

You Media

So what

bull Networked learning You must be open to at least letting your kids drive the technology use in your classrooms Be willing to engage them in the ways that they learn best

bull Generational diversity Change is not going to happen without schools working as teams to examine at longitudinal goals

bull 21st century skills The art of teaching comes through via the weaving of 21st century themes into core content You need to provide guidance and be thoughtful when designing classroom activities

bull Learning environments Just as wersquove looked at the whole child we need to start emphasizing the whole learning environment Personalized learning for both students and teachers is important

Getting Started

ISTE Standards

Students Teachers and Administrators

Technology Integration Framework Woodstock (IL) CUSD 200

Various Approaches

bull LoTI

bull University of South Florida Matrix

bull Arizona matrix

bull Using Technology with Classroom Instruction that Works

bull Challenge Based Learning

bull TPACK

bull SMAR

University of South Floridarsquos Tech Intergration Matrix

Grapplingrsquos Technology and Learning Spectrum

A world class education system should call for

globally connected schools

bullThe influence of new media

bullThe push for 21st century skills

bullThe ldquohighly connected teacherrdquo

bullThe urgency presented by complex global problems

CCSSO and Asia Societyrsquos PGL

bull New resource on global competence

bull Download a copy here

From Educating for Global Competence Preparing our Youth to Engage the World

Esther Wojcicki and Michael Levine Teaching for a Shared Future American Educators

Need to Think Globally

EdWeek Global Learning blog by Tony Jackson

THINK GlobalSchool12 countries in 12 trimesters

Connect All SchoolsiEARN

My Story

Apple Distinguished EducatorsGlobal Awareness 2006

bull The World is Flat

bull A Whole New Mind

bull Berlin amp Prague

bull Rethink Global Awareness

Classroom 20

Link

Global Education Conference

httpglobaleducationconferencecom

Over 500000 unique visitors

Over 10000 Members from 142 Countries

Steve Hargadon

Closing Session

2010 - Brian Mannix

2010 - Polar Bears International

2010 - Catlin Gabel School

bull Program Information

2011 - Pam Allyn - LitWorld

2011 - Greg Jacobs - Louder Than a Bomb

2011 - The Shoah Foundation

Project Examples

Dan Meyer

httpvimeocom19507645

ADE Application

Google Lit TripsJerome Burg

A Whole New MindKarl Fisch

The iEARN Project Book

Recommendations

bull Learn to network network to learn

bull Keep it authentic

bull Start small and design very structured projects

bull Join an existing group project

bull Develop a customized vision of 21st century learning for your classroom school and district

WHY NOWoline73 Can you distill why globally connected classrooms are vital in 2010

Photo source

We have urgent problems that need to be addressed and in order to prepare our students to work on these problems we must connect them globally We must teach them how networked learning leads to networked problem solving

httpsgsgmodernizingedu

lucylucygrayconsultingcom

Twitter elemenous

Page 29: Modernizing Education

Greene County Schools

Mooresville Graded School District

My Experience as a Parent

The School at Columbia

bull K-8

bull Columbia University faculty and local kids

bull Innovation driven

bull 1 to 1 laptop program

bull 3 technologists plus tech staff

bull Extensive Google Apps for Education and new media use

bull Other field trip guides computer programming robotics conference

Known as ldquoTHErdquo

Science Leadership Academy

Educon 24

Personalized Learning

Mobile Technologies

21st century skills

generational Diversity

Learningenvironments

Design Thinking

Cloud Computing

Textbook Revolution

CuratedLearning

New Media Literacies

FlippingThe

Classroom

Global Collaboration

Also think about gamification OER

21st Century Skills

A Pedagogical Shift

bull New models of teaching and learning are emerging

bull Rigorous content + 21st century themes

bull ldquoSage on the stagerdquo to ldquoguide on the siderdquo

bull New literacies need to be taught strategically

bull Examples

bull developing a search mentality

bull Student personal learning networks (PLNs)

bull Standards and accountability still are important assessments need revision

The Partnership for 21st Century Skills

The Global Achievement Gap

Critical Thinking and Problem-Solving

Collaboration Across Networks and Leading by Influence

Agility and Adaptability

Initiative and Entrepreneurialism

Effective Oral and Written Communication

Accessing and Analyzing Information

Curiosity and Imagination

ManagingGenerational Diversity

Teachers and Students

bull Adults have different learning styles How are we taking this into account in terms of professional development and human capital

bull Baby Boomers

bull Gen Xers

bull Gen Yers

bull Kids have had different levels of exposure to technology The period of time at which our schools have been wired is fairly short

Basic online entertainment (online videos playing games)

E-commerce (online shopping banking and travel reservations)

Research and information gathering (product research news health and religious information searches)

Email and search

Active engagement with social media(visit SNS create SNS profile create blogs)

More advanced online entertainment (download videos music and podcasts)

More advanced communication and passive social media use (instant messaging visit SNS read blogs)

From State of the Internet 2009 Pew Internet Project Findings and Implications for Libraries

The vast majority of online adults from all generations uses email and search engines

While there are always exceptions older generations typically do not engage with the internet past e-commerce

The majority of teens and Gen Y use SNS but fewer maintain blogs Online adults older than Gen X are less likely to use SNS

Online activity pyramid by generation

Beloit Collegersquos Mindset List

0

25

50

75

100

1994 1996 1998 2000 2002

K-12 Classroom Internet Connectivity

Classroom Internet Connectivity

2007

Coming Soon to Campus The New Free Agent Learner Julie Evans CEO-Project Tomorrow Campus Technology 09 Jul 27 2009

Class of 2011 ndash recently graduated seniors 8th grade

Class of 2013 ndash current juniors 6th grade

Class of 2015 ndash current freshman class 4th grade

How digitally ldquonativerdquo are these students

What are their expectations for learning

Implications for Schools

bull Need for strategic human capital planning

bull Need for increased targeted sustained personalized and thoughtful professional development

bull Need for long range planning for studentsrsquo use of technology Requires schools to think of skills sets needed by students at various points in their academic careers while gauging the future of technology

Learning Environments

NYCrsquos The School of One

bull Summer school pilot

bull Middle school math

bull Flexible space

bull Personalized curriculum

bull Regular assessments

bull Variety in delivery of instruction

bull Lesson plan bank

bull Partnered with publishers

NYCrsquos The School of One

bull Summer school pilot

bull Middle school math

bull Flexible space

bull Personalized curriculum

bull Regular assessments

bull Variety in delivery of instruction

bull Lesson plan bank

bull Partnered with publishers

ReImagine Ed

The Third Teacher

You Media

So what

bull Networked learning You must be open to at least letting your kids drive the technology use in your classrooms Be willing to engage them in the ways that they learn best

bull Generational diversity Change is not going to happen without schools working as teams to examine at longitudinal goals

bull 21st century skills The art of teaching comes through via the weaving of 21st century themes into core content You need to provide guidance and be thoughtful when designing classroom activities

bull Learning environments Just as wersquove looked at the whole child we need to start emphasizing the whole learning environment Personalized learning for both students and teachers is important

Getting Started

ISTE Standards

Students Teachers and Administrators

Technology Integration Framework Woodstock (IL) CUSD 200

Various Approaches

bull LoTI

bull University of South Florida Matrix

bull Arizona matrix

bull Using Technology with Classroom Instruction that Works

bull Challenge Based Learning

bull TPACK

bull SMAR

University of South Floridarsquos Tech Intergration Matrix

Grapplingrsquos Technology and Learning Spectrum

A world class education system should call for

globally connected schools

bullThe influence of new media

bullThe push for 21st century skills

bullThe ldquohighly connected teacherrdquo

bullThe urgency presented by complex global problems

CCSSO and Asia Societyrsquos PGL

bull New resource on global competence

bull Download a copy here

From Educating for Global Competence Preparing our Youth to Engage the World

Esther Wojcicki and Michael Levine Teaching for a Shared Future American Educators

Need to Think Globally

EdWeek Global Learning blog by Tony Jackson

THINK GlobalSchool12 countries in 12 trimesters

Connect All SchoolsiEARN

My Story

Apple Distinguished EducatorsGlobal Awareness 2006

bull The World is Flat

bull A Whole New Mind

bull Berlin amp Prague

bull Rethink Global Awareness

Classroom 20

Link

Global Education Conference

httpglobaleducationconferencecom

Over 500000 unique visitors

Over 10000 Members from 142 Countries

Steve Hargadon

Closing Session

2010 - Brian Mannix

2010 - Polar Bears International

2010 - Catlin Gabel School

bull Program Information

2011 - Pam Allyn - LitWorld

2011 - Greg Jacobs - Louder Than a Bomb

2011 - The Shoah Foundation

Project Examples

Dan Meyer

httpvimeocom19507645

ADE Application

Google Lit TripsJerome Burg

A Whole New MindKarl Fisch

The iEARN Project Book

Recommendations

bull Learn to network network to learn

bull Keep it authentic

bull Start small and design very structured projects

bull Join an existing group project

bull Develop a customized vision of 21st century learning for your classroom school and district

WHY NOWoline73 Can you distill why globally connected classrooms are vital in 2010

Photo source

We have urgent problems that need to be addressed and in order to prepare our students to work on these problems we must connect them globally We must teach them how networked learning leads to networked problem solving

httpsgsgmodernizingedu

lucylucygrayconsultingcom

Twitter elemenous

Page 30: Modernizing Education

Mooresville Graded School District

My Experience as a Parent

The School at Columbia

bull K-8

bull Columbia University faculty and local kids

bull Innovation driven

bull 1 to 1 laptop program

bull 3 technologists plus tech staff

bull Extensive Google Apps for Education and new media use

bull Other field trip guides computer programming robotics conference

Known as ldquoTHErdquo

Science Leadership Academy

Educon 24

Personalized Learning

Mobile Technologies

21st century skills

generational Diversity

Learningenvironments

Design Thinking

Cloud Computing

Textbook Revolution

CuratedLearning

New Media Literacies

FlippingThe

Classroom

Global Collaboration

Also think about gamification OER

21st Century Skills

A Pedagogical Shift

bull New models of teaching and learning are emerging

bull Rigorous content + 21st century themes

bull ldquoSage on the stagerdquo to ldquoguide on the siderdquo

bull New literacies need to be taught strategically

bull Examples

bull developing a search mentality

bull Student personal learning networks (PLNs)

bull Standards and accountability still are important assessments need revision

The Partnership for 21st Century Skills

The Global Achievement Gap

Critical Thinking and Problem-Solving

Collaboration Across Networks and Leading by Influence

Agility and Adaptability

Initiative and Entrepreneurialism

Effective Oral and Written Communication

Accessing and Analyzing Information

Curiosity and Imagination

ManagingGenerational Diversity

Teachers and Students

bull Adults have different learning styles How are we taking this into account in terms of professional development and human capital

bull Baby Boomers

bull Gen Xers

bull Gen Yers

bull Kids have had different levels of exposure to technology The period of time at which our schools have been wired is fairly short

Basic online entertainment (online videos playing games)

E-commerce (online shopping banking and travel reservations)

Research and information gathering (product research news health and religious information searches)

Email and search

Active engagement with social media(visit SNS create SNS profile create blogs)

More advanced online entertainment (download videos music and podcasts)

More advanced communication and passive social media use (instant messaging visit SNS read blogs)

From State of the Internet 2009 Pew Internet Project Findings and Implications for Libraries

The vast majority of online adults from all generations uses email and search engines

While there are always exceptions older generations typically do not engage with the internet past e-commerce

The majority of teens and Gen Y use SNS but fewer maintain blogs Online adults older than Gen X are less likely to use SNS

Online activity pyramid by generation

Beloit Collegersquos Mindset List

0

25

50

75

100

1994 1996 1998 2000 2002

K-12 Classroom Internet Connectivity

Classroom Internet Connectivity

2007

Coming Soon to Campus The New Free Agent Learner Julie Evans CEO-Project Tomorrow Campus Technology 09 Jul 27 2009

Class of 2011 ndash recently graduated seniors 8th grade

Class of 2013 ndash current juniors 6th grade

Class of 2015 ndash current freshman class 4th grade

How digitally ldquonativerdquo are these students

What are their expectations for learning

Implications for Schools

bull Need for strategic human capital planning

bull Need for increased targeted sustained personalized and thoughtful professional development

bull Need for long range planning for studentsrsquo use of technology Requires schools to think of skills sets needed by students at various points in their academic careers while gauging the future of technology

Learning Environments

NYCrsquos The School of One

bull Summer school pilot

bull Middle school math

bull Flexible space

bull Personalized curriculum

bull Regular assessments

bull Variety in delivery of instruction

bull Lesson plan bank

bull Partnered with publishers

NYCrsquos The School of One

bull Summer school pilot

bull Middle school math

bull Flexible space

bull Personalized curriculum

bull Regular assessments

bull Variety in delivery of instruction

bull Lesson plan bank

bull Partnered with publishers

ReImagine Ed

The Third Teacher

You Media

So what

bull Networked learning You must be open to at least letting your kids drive the technology use in your classrooms Be willing to engage them in the ways that they learn best

bull Generational diversity Change is not going to happen without schools working as teams to examine at longitudinal goals

bull 21st century skills The art of teaching comes through via the weaving of 21st century themes into core content You need to provide guidance and be thoughtful when designing classroom activities

bull Learning environments Just as wersquove looked at the whole child we need to start emphasizing the whole learning environment Personalized learning for both students and teachers is important

Getting Started

ISTE Standards

Students Teachers and Administrators

Technology Integration Framework Woodstock (IL) CUSD 200

Various Approaches

bull LoTI

bull University of South Florida Matrix

bull Arizona matrix

bull Using Technology with Classroom Instruction that Works

bull Challenge Based Learning

bull TPACK

bull SMAR

University of South Floridarsquos Tech Intergration Matrix

Grapplingrsquos Technology and Learning Spectrum

A world class education system should call for

globally connected schools

bullThe influence of new media

bullThe push for 21st century skills

bullThe ldquohighly connected teacherrdquo

bullThe urgency presented by complex global problems

CCSSO and Asia Societyrsquos PGL

bull New resource on global competence

bull Download a copy here

From Educating for Global Competence Preparing our Youth to Engage the World

Esther Wojcicki and Michael Levine Teaching for a Shared Future American Educators

Need to Think Globally

EdWeek Global Learning blog by Tony Jackson

THINK GlobalSchool12 countries in 12 trimesters

Connect All SchoolsiEARN

My Story

Apple Distinguished EducatorsGlobal Awareness 2006

bull The World is Flat

bull A Whole New Mind

bull Berlin amp Prague

bull Rethink Global Awareness

Classroom 20

Link

Global Education Conference

httpglobaleducationconferencecom

Over 500000 unique visitors

Over 10000 Members from 142 Countries

Steve Hargadon

Closing Session

2010 - Brian Mannix

2010 - Polar Bears International

2010 - Catlin Gabel School

bull Program Information

2011 - Pam Allyn - LitWorld

2011 - Greg Jacobs - Louder Than a Bomb

2011 - The Shoah Foundation

Project Examples

Dan Meyer

httpvimeocom19507645

ADE Application

Google Lit TripsJerome Burg

A Whole New MindKarl Fisch

The iEARN Project Book

Recommendations

bull Learn to network network to learn

bull Keep it authentic

bull Start small and design very structured projects

bull Join an existing group project

bull Develop a customized vision of 21st century learning for your classroom school and district

WHY NOWoline73 Can you distill why globally connected classrooms are vital in 2010

Photo source

We have urgent problems that need to be addressed and in order to prepare our students to work on these problems we must connect them globally We must teach them how networked learning leads to networked problem solving

httpsgsgmodernizingedu

lucylucygrayconsultingcom

Twitter elemenous

Page 31: Modernizing Education

My Experience as a Parent

The School at Columbia

bull K-8

bull Columbia University faculty and local kids

bull Innovation driven

bull 1 to 1 laptop program

bull 3 technologists plus tech staff

bull Extensive Google Apps for Education and new media use

bull Other field trip guides computer programming robotics conference

Known as ldquoTHErdquo

Science Leadership Academy

Educon 24

Personalized Learning

Mobile Technologies

21st century skills

generational Diversity

Learningenvironments

Design Thinking

Cloud Computing

Textbook Revolution

CuratedLearning

New Media Literacies

FlippingThe

Classroom

Global Collaboration

Also think about gamification OER

21st Century Skills

A Pedagogical Shift

bull New models of teaching and learning are emerging

bull Rigorous content + 21st century themes

bull ldquoSage on the stagerdquo to ldquoguide on the siderdquo

bull New literacies need to be taught strategically

bull Examples

bull developing a search mentality

bull Student personal learning networks (PLNs)

bull Standards and accountability still are important assessments need revision

The Partnership for 21st Century Skills

The Global Achievement Gap

Critical Thinking and Problem-Solving

Collaboration Across Networks and Leading by Influence

Agility and Adaptability

Initiative and Entrepreneurialism

Effective Oral and Written Communication

Accessing and Analyzing Information

Curiosity and Imagination

ManagingGenerational Diversity

Teachers and Students

bull Adults have different learning styles How are we taking this into account in terms of professional development and human capital

bull Baby Boomers

bull Gen Xers

bull Gen Yers

bull Kids have had different levels of exposure to technology The period of time at which our schools have been wired is fairly short

Basic online entertainment (online videos playing games)

E-commerce (online shopping banking and travel reservations)

Research and information gathering (product research news health and religious information searches)

Email and search

Active engagement with social media(visit SNS create SNS profile create blogs)

More advanced online entertainment (download videos music and podcasts)

More advanced communication and passive social media use (instant messaging visit SNS read blogs)

From State of the Internet 2009 Pew Internet Project Findings and Implications for Libraries

The vast majority of online adults from all generations uses email and search engines

While there are always exceptions older generations typically do not engage with the internet past e-commerce

The majority of teens and Gen Y use SNS but fewer maintain blogs Online adults older than Gen X are less likely to use SNS

Online activity pyramid by generation

Beloit Collegersquos Mindset List

0

25

50

75

100

1994 1996 1998 2000 2002

K-12 Classroom Internet Connectivity

Classroom Internet Connectivity

2007

Coming Soon to Campus The New Free Agent Learner Julie Evans CEO-Project Tomorrow Campus Technology 09 Jul 27 2009

Class of 2011 ndash recently graduated seniors 8th grade

Class of 2013 ndash current juniors 6th grade

Class of 2015 ndash current freshman class 4th grade

How digitally ldquonativerdquo are these students

What are their expectations for learning

Implications for Schools

bull Need for strategic human capital planning

bull Need for increased targeted sustained personalized and thoughtful professional development

bull Need for long range planning for studentsrsquo use of technology Requires schools to think of skills sets needed by students at various points in their academic careers while gauging the future of technology

Learning Environments

NYCrsquos The School of One

bull Summer school pilot

bull Middle school math

bull Flexible space

bull Personalized curriculum

bull Regular assessments

bull Variety in delivery of instruction

bull Lesson plan bank

bull Partnered with publishers

NYCrsquos The School of One

bull Summer school pilot

bull Middle school math

bull Flexible space

bull Personalized curriculum

bull Regular assessments

bull Variety in delivery of instruction

bull Lesson plan bank

bull Partnered with publishers

ReImagine Ed

The Third Teacher

You Media

So what

bull Networked learning You must be open to at least letting your kids drive the technology use in your classrooms Be willing to engage them in the ways that they learn best

bull Generational diversity Change is not going to happen without schools working as teams to examine at longitudinal goals

bull 21st century skills The art of teaching comes through via the weaving of 21st century themes into core content You need to provide guidance and be thoughtful when designing classroom activities

bull Learning environments Just as wersquove looked at the whole child we need to start emphasizing the whole learning environment Personalized learning for both students and teachers is important

Getting Started

ISTE Standards

Students Teachers and Administrators

Technology Integration Framework Woodstock (IL) CUSD 200

Various Approaches

bull LoTI

bull University of South Florida Matrix

bull Arizona matrix

bull Using Technology with Classroom Instruction that Works

bull Challenge Based Learning

bull TPACK

bull SMAR

University of South Floridarsquos Tech Intergration Matrix

Grapplingrsquos Technology and Learning Spectrum

A world class education system should call for

globally connected schools

bullThe influence of new media

bullThe push for 21st century skills

bullThe ldquohighly connected teacherrdquo

bullThe urgency presented by complex global problems

CCSSO and Asia Societyrsquos PGL

bull New resource on global competence

bull Download a copy here

From Educating for Global Competence Preparing our Youth to Engage the World

Esther Wojcicki and Michael Levine Teaching for a Shared Future American Educators

Need to Think Globally

EdWeek Global Learning blog by Tony Jackson

THINK GlobalSchool12 countries in 12 trimesters

Connect All SchoolsiEARN

My Story

Apple Distinguished EducatorsGlobal Awareness 2006

bull The World is Flat

bull A Whole New Mind

bull Berlin amp Prague

bull Rethink Global Awareness

Classroom 20

Link

Global Education Conference

httpglobaleducationconferencecom

Over 500000 unique visitors

Over 10000 Members from 142 Countries

Steve Hargadon

Closing Session

2010 - Brian Mannix

2010 - Polar Bears International

2010 - Catlin Gabel School

bull Program Information

2011 - Pam Allyn - LitWorld

2011 - Greg Jacobs - Louder Than a Bomb

2011 - The Shoah Foundation

Project Examples

Dan Meyer

httpvimeocom19507645

ADE Application

Google Lit TripsJerome Burg

A Whole New MindKarl Fisch

The iEARN Project Book

Recommendations

bull Learn to network network to learn

bull Keep it authentic

bull Start small and design very structured projects

bull Join an existing group project

bull Develop a customized vision of 21st century learning for your classroom school and district

WHY NOWoline73 Can you distill why globally connected classrooms are vital in 2010

Photo source

We have urgent problems that need to be addressed and in order to prepare our students to work on these problems we must connect them globally We must teach them how networked learning leads to networked problem solving

httpsgsgmodernizingedu

lucylucygrayconsultingcom

Twitter elemenous

Page 32: Modernizing Education

The School at Columbia

bull K-8

bull Columbia University faculty and local kids

bull Innovation driven

bull 1 to 1 laptop program

bull 3 technologists plus tech staff

bull Extensive Google Apps for Education and new media use

bull Other field trip guides computer programming robotics conference

Known as ldquoTHErdquo

Science Leadership Academy

Educon 24

Personalized Learning

Mobile Technologies

21st century skills

generational Diversity

Learningenvironments

Design Thinking

Cloud Computing

Textbook Revolution

CuratedLearning

New Media Literacies

FlippingThe

Classroom

Global Collaboration

Also think about gamification OER

21st Century Skills

A Pedagogical Shift

bull New models of teaching and learning are emerging

bull Rigorous content + 21st century themes

bull ldquoSage on the stagerdquo to ldquoguide on the siderdquo

bull New literacies need to be taught strategically

bull Examples

bull developing a search mentality

bull Student personal learning networks (PLNs)

bull Standards and accountability still are important assessments need revision

The Partnership for 21st Century Skills

The Global Achievement Gap

Critical Thinking and Problem-Solving

Collaboration Across Networks and Leading by Influence

Agility and Adaptability

Initiative and Entrepreneurialism

Effective Oral and Written Communication

Accessing and Analyzing Information

Curiosity and Imagination

ManagingGenerational Diversity

Teachers and Students

bull Adults have different learning styles How are we taking this into account in terms of professional development and human capital

bull Baby Boomers

bull Gen Xers

bull Gen Yers

bull Kids have had different levels of exposure to technology The period of time at which our schools have been wired is fairly short

Basic online entertainment (online videos playing games)

E-commerce (online shopping banking and travel reservations)

Research and information gathering (product research news health and religious information searches)

Email and search

Active engagement with social media(visit SNS create SNS profile create blogs)

More advanced online entertainment (download videos music and podcasts)

More advanced communication and passive social media use (instant messaging visit SNS read blogs)

From State of the Internet 2009 Pew Internet Project Findings and Implications for Libraries

The vast majority of online adults from all generations uses email and search engines

While there are always exceptions older generations typically do not engage with the internet past e-commerce

The majority of teens and Gen Y use SNS but fewer maintain blogs Online adults older than Gen X are less likely to use SNS

Online activity pyramid by generation

Beloit Collegersquos Mindset List

0

25

50

75

100

1994 1996 1998 2000 2002

K-12 Classroom Internet Connectivity

Classroom Internet Connectivity

2007

Coming Soon to Campus The New Free Agent Learner Julie Evans CEO-Project Tomorrow Campus Technology 09 Jul 27 2009

Class of 2011 ndash recently graduated seniors 8th grade

Class of 2013 ndash current juniors 6th grade

Class of 2015 ndash current freshman class 4th grade

How digitally ldquonativerdquo are these students

What are their expectations for learning

Implications for Schools

bull Need for strategic human capital planning

bull Need for increased targeted sustained personalized and thoughtful professional development

bull Need for long range planning for studentsrsquo use of technology Requires schools to think of skills sets needed by students at various points in their academic careers while gauging the future of technology

Learning Environments

NYCrsquos The School of One

bull Summer school pilot

bull Middle school math

bull Flexible space

bull Personalized curriculum

bull Regular assessments

bull Variety in delivery of instruction

bull Lesson plan bank

bull Partnered with publishers

NYCrsquos The School of One

bull Summer school pilot

bull Middle school math

bull Flexible space

bull Personalized curriculum

bull Regular assessments

bull Variety in delivery of instruction

bull Lesson plan bank

bull Partnered with publishers

ReImagine Ed

The Third Teacher

You Media

So what

bull Networked learning You must be open to at least letting your kids drive the technology use in your classrooms Be willing to engage them in the ways that they learn best

bull Generational diversity Change is not going to happen without schools working as teams to examine at longitudinal goals

bull 21st century skills The art of teaching comes through via the weaving of 21st century themes into core content You need to provide guidance and be thoughtful when designing classroom activities

bull Learning environments Just as wersquove looked at the whole child we need to start emphasizing the whole learning environment Personalized learning for both students and teachers is important

Getting Started

ISTE Standards

Students Teachers and Administrators

Technology Integration Framework Woodstock (IL) CUSD 200

Various Approaches

bull LoTI

bull University of South Florida Matrix

bull Arizona matrix

bull Using Technology with Classroom Instruction that Works

bull Challenge Based Learning

bull TPACK

bull SMAR

University of South Floridarsquos Tech Intergration Matrix

Grapplingrsquos Technology and Learning Spectrum

A world class education system should call for

globally connected schools

bullThe influence of new media

bullThe push for 21st century skills

bullThe ldquohighly connected teacherrdquo

bullThe urgency presented by complex global problems

CCSSO and Asia Societyrsquos PGL

bull New resource on global competence

bull Download a copy here

From Educating for Global Competence Preparing our Youth to Engage the World

Esther Wojcicki and Michael Levine Teaching for a Shared Future American Educators

Need to Think Globally

EdWeek Global Learning blog by Tony Jackson

THINK GlobalSchool12 countries in 12 trimesters

Connect All SchoolsiEARN

My Story

Apple Distinguished EducatorsGlobal Awareness 2006

bull The World is Flat

bull A Whole New Mind

bull Berlin amp Prague

bull Rethink Global Awareness

Classroom 20

Link

Global Education Conference

httpglobaleducationconferencecom

Over 500000 unique visitors

Over 10000 Members from 142 Countries

Steve Hargadon

Closing Session

2010 - Brian Mannix

2010 - Polar Bears International

2010 - Catlin Gabel School

bull Program Information

2011 - Pam Allyn - LitWorld

2011 - Greg Jacobs - Louder Than a Bomb

2011 - The Shoah Foundation

Project Examples

Dan Meyer

httpvimeocom19507645

ADE Application

Google Lit TripsJerome Burg

A Whole New MindKarl Fisch

The iEARN Project Book

Recommendations

bull Learn to network network to learn

bull Keep it authentic

bull Start small and design very structured projects

bull Join an existing group project

bull Develop a customized vision of 21st century learning for your classroom school and district

WHY NOWoline73 Can you distill why globally connected classrooms are vital in 2010

Photo source

We have urgent problems that need to be addressed and in order to prepare our students to work on these problems we must connect them globally We must teach them how networked learning leads to networked problem solving

httpsgsgmodernizingedu

lucylucygrayconsultingcom

Twitter elemenous

Page 33: Modernizing Education

Known as ldquoTHErdquo

Science Leadership Academy

Educon 24

Personalized Learning

Mobile Technologies

21st century skills

generational Diversity

Learningenvironments

Design Thinking

Cloud Computing

Textbook Revolution

CuratedLearning

New Media Literacies

FlippingThe

Classroom

Global Collaboration

Also think about gamification OER

21st Century Skills

A Pedagogical Shift

bull New models of teaching and learning are emerging

bull Rigorous content + 21st century themes

bull ldquoSage on the stagerdquo to ldquoguide on the siderdquo

bull New literacies need to be taught strategically

bull Examples

bull developing a search mentality

bull Student personal learning networks (PLNs)

bull Standards and accountability still are important assessments need revision

The Partnership for 21st Century Skills

The Global Achievement Gap

Critical Thinking and Problem-Solving

Collaboration Across Networks and Leading by Influence

Agility and Adaptability

Initiative and Entrepreneurialism

Effective Oral and Written Communication

Accessing and Analyzing Information

Curiosity and Imagination

ManagingGenerational Diversity

Teachers and Students

bull Adults have different learning styles How are we taking this into account in terms of professional development and human capital

bull Baby Boomers

bull Gen Xers

bull Gen Yers

bull Kids have had different levels of exposure to technology The period of time at which our schools have been wired is fairly short

Basic online entertainment (online videos playing games)

E-commerce (online shopping banking and travel reservations)

Research and information gathering (product research news health and religious information searches)

Email and search

Active engagement with social media(visit SNS create SNS profile create blogs)

More advanced online entertainment (download videos music and podcasts)

More advanced communication and passive social media use (instant messaging visit SNS read blogs)

From State of the Internet 2009 Pew Internet Project Findings and Implications for Libraries

The vast majority of online adults from all generations uses email and search engines

While there are always exceptions older generations typically do not engage with the internet past e-commerce

The majority of teens and Gen Y use SNS but fewer maintain blogs Online adults older than Gen X are less likely to use SNS

Online activity pyramid by generation

Beloit Collegersquos Mindset List

0

25

50

75

100

1994 1996 1998 2000 2002

K-12 Classroom Internet Connectivity

Classroom Internet Connectivity

2007

Coming Soon to Campus The New Free Agent Learner Julie Evans CEO-Project Tomorrow Campus Technology 09 Jul 27 2009

Class of 2011 ndash recently graduated seniors 8th grade

Class of 2013 ndash current juniors 6th grade

Class of 2015 ndash current freshman class 4th grade

How digitally ldquonativerdquo are these students

What are their expectations for learning

Implications for Schools

bull Need for strategic human capital planning

bull Need for increased targeted sustained personalized and thoughtful professional development

bull Need for long range planning for studentsrsquo use of technology Requires schools to think of skills sets needed by students at various points in their academic careers while gauging the future of technology

Learning Environments

NYCrsquos The School of One

bull Summer school pilot

bull Middle school math

bull Flexible space

bull Personalized curriculum

bull Regular assessments

bull Variety in delivery of instruction

bull Lesson plan bank

bull Partnered with publishers

NYCrsquos The School of One

bull Summer school pilot

bull Middle school math

bull Flexible space

bull Personalized curriculum

bull Regular assessments

bull Variety in delivery of instruction

bull Lesson plan bank

bull Partnered with publishers

ReImagine Ed

The Third Teacher

You Media

So what

bull Networked learning You must be open to at least letting your kids drive the technology use in your classrooms Be willing to engage them in the ways that they learn best

bull Generational diversity Change is not going to happen without schools working as teams to examine at longitudinal goals

bull 21st century skills The art of teaching comes through via the weaving of 21st century themes into core content You need to provide guidance and be thoughtful when designing classroom activities

bull Learning environments Just as wersquove looked at the whole child we need to start emphasizing the whole learning environment Personalized learning for both students and teachers is important

Getting Started

ISTE Standards

Students Teachers and Administrators

Technology Integration Framework Woodstock (IL) CUSD 200

Various Approaches

bull LoTI

bull University of South Florida Matrix

bull Arizona matrix

bull Using Technology with Classroom Instruction that Works

bull Challenge Based Learning

bull TPACK

bull SMAR

University of South Floridarsquos Tech Intergration Matrix

Grapplingrsquos Technology and Learning Spectrum

A world class education system should call for

globally connected schools

bullThe influence of new media

bullThe push for 21st century skills

bullThe ldquohighly connected teacherrdquo

bullThe urgency presented by complex global problems

CCSSO and Asia Societyrsquos PGL

bull New resource on global competence

bull Download a copy here

From Educating for Global Competence Preparing our Youth to Engage the World

Esther Wojcicki and Michael Levine Teaching for a Shared Future American Educators

Need to Think Globally

EdWeek Global Learning blog by Tony Jackson

THINK GlobalSchool12 countries in 12 trimesters

Connect All SchoolsiEARN

My Story

Apple Distinguished EducatorsGlobal Awareness 2006

bull The World is Flat

bull A Whole New Mind

bull Berlin amp Prague

bull Rethink Global Awareness

Classroom 20

Link

Global Education Conference

httpglobaleducationconferencecom

Over 500000 unique visitors

Over 10000 Members from 142 Countries

Steve Hargadon

Closing Session

2010 - Brian Mannix

2010 - Polar Bears International

2010 - Catlin Gabel School

bull Program Information

2011 - Pam Allyn - LitWorld

2011 - Greg Jacobs - Louder Than a Bomb

2011 - The Shoah Foundation

Project Examples

Dan Meyer

httpvimeocom19507645

ADE Application

Google Lit TripsJerome Burg

A Whole New MindKarl Fisch

The iEARN Project Book

Recommendations

bull Learn to network network to learn

bull Keep it authentic

bull Start small and design very structured projects

bull Join an existing group project

bull Develop a customized vision of 21st century learning for your classroom school and district

WHY NOWoline73 Can you distill why globally connected classrooms are vital in 2010

Photo source

We have urgent problems that need to be addressed and in order to prepare our students to work on these problems we must connect them globally We must teach them how networked learning leads to networked problem solving

httpsgsgmodernizingedu

lucylucygrayconsultingcom

Twitter elemenous

Page 34: Modernizing Education

Science Leadership Academy

Educon 24

Personalized Learning

Mobile Technologies

21st century skills

generational Diversity

Learningenvironments

Design Thinking

Cloud Computing

Textbook Revolution

CuratedLearning

New Media Literacies

FlippingThe

Classroom

Global Collaboration

Also think about gamification OER

21st Century Skills

A Pedagogical Shift

bull New models of teaching and learning are emerging

bull Rigorous content + 21st century themes

bull ldquoSage on the stagerdquo to ldquoguide on the siderdquo

bull New literacies need to be taught strategically

bull Examples

bull developing a search mentality

bull Student personal learning networks (PLNs)

bull Standards and accountability still are important assessments need revision

The Partnership for 21st Century Skills

The Global Achievement Gap

Critical Thinking and Problem-Solving

Collaboration Across Networks and Leading by Influence

Agility and Adaptability

Initiative and Entrepreneurialism

Effective Oral and Written Communication

Accessing and Analyzing Information

Curiosity and Imagination

ManagingGenerational Diversity

Teachers and Students

bull Adults have different learning styles How are we taking this into account in terms of professional development and human capital

bull Baby Boomers

bull Gen Xers

bull Gen Yers

bull Kids have had different levels of exposure to technology The period of time at which our schools have been wired is fairly short

Basic online entertainment (online videos playing games)

E-commerce (online shopping banking and travel reservations)

Research and information gathering (product research news health and religious information searches)

Email and search

Active engagement with social media(visit SNS create SNS profile create blogs)

More advanced online entertainment (download videos music and podcasts)

More advanced communication and passive social media use (instant messaging visit SNS read blogs)

From State of the Internet 2009 Pew Internet Project Findings and Implications for Libraries

The vast majority of online adults from all generations uses email and search engines

While there are always exceptions older generations typically do not engage with the internet past e-commerce

The majority of teens and Gen Y use SNS but fewer maintain blogs Online adults older than Gen X are less likely to use SNS

Online activity pyramid by generation

Beloit Collegersquos Mindset List

0

25

50

75

100

1994 1996 1998 2000 2002

K-12 Classroom Internet Connectivity

Classroom Internet Connectivity

2007

Coming Soon to Campus The New Free Agent Learner Julie Evans CEO-Project Tomorrow Campus Technology 09 Jul 27 2009

Class of 2011 ndash recently graduated seniors 8th grade

Class of 2013 ndash current juniors 6th grade

Class of 2015 ndash current freshman class 4th grade

How digitally ldquonativerdquo are these students

What are their expectations for learning

Implications for Schools

bull Need for strategic human capital planning

bull Need for increased targeted sustained personalized and thoughtful professional development

bull Need for long range planning for studentsrsquo use of technology Requires schools to think of skills sets needed by students at various points in their academic careers while gauging the future of technology

Learning Environments

NYCrsquos The School of One

bull Summer school pilot

bull Middle school math

bull Flexible space

bull Personalized curriculum

bull Regular assessments

bull Variety in delivery of instruction

bull Lesson plan bank

bull Partnered with publishers

NYCrsquos The School of One

bull Summer school pilot

bull Middle school math

bull Flexible space

bull Personalized curriculum

bull Regular assessments

bull Variety in delivery of instruction

bull Lesson plan bank

bull Partnered with publishers

ReImagine Ed

The Third Teacher

You Media

So what

bull Networked learning You must be open to at least letting your kids drive the technology use in your classrooms Be willing to engage them in the ways that they learn best

bull Generational diversity Change is not going to happen without schools working as teams to examine at longitudinal goals

bull 21st century skills The art of teaching comes through via the weaving of 21st century themes into core content You need to provide guidance and be thoughtful when designing classroom activities

bull Learning environments Just as wersquove looked at the whole child we need to start emphasizing the whole learning environment Personalized learning for both students and teachers is important

Getting Started

ISTE Standards

Students Teachers and Administrators

Technology Integration Framework Woodstock (IL) CUSD 200

Various Approaches

bull LoTI

bull University of South Florida Matrix

bull Arizona matrix

bull Using Technology with Classroom Instruction that Works

bull Challenge Based Learning

bull TPACK

bull SMAR

University of South Floridarsquos Tech Intergration Matrix

Grapplingrsquos Technology and Learning Spectrum

A world class education system should call for

globally connected schools

bullThe influence of new media

bullThe push for 21st century skills

bullThe ldquohighly connected teacherrdquo

bullThe urgency presented by complex global problems

CCSSO and Asia Societyrsquos PGL

bull New resource on global competence

bull Download a copy here

From Educating for Global Competence Preparing our Youth to Engage the World

Esther Wojcicki and Michael Levine Teaching for a Shared Future American Educators

Need to Think Globally

EdWeek Global Learning blog by Tony Jackson

THINK GlobalSchool12 countries in 12 trimesters

Connect All SchoolsiEARN

My Story

Apple Distinguished EducatorsGlobal Awareness 2006

bull The World is Flat

bull A Whole New Mind

bull Berlin amp Prague

bull Rethink Global Awareness

Classroom 20

Link

Global Education Conference

httpglobaleducationconferencecom

Over 500000 unique visitors

Over 10000 Members from 142 Countries

Steve Hargadon

Closing Session

2010 - Brian Mannix

2010 - Polar Bears International

2010 - Catlin Gabel School

bull Program Information

2011 - Pam Allyn - LitWorld

2011 - Greg Jacobs - Louder Than a Bomb

2011 - The Shoah Foundation

Project Examples

Dan Meyer

httpvimeocom19507645

ADE Application

Google Lit TripsJerome Burg

A Whole New MindKarl Fisch

The iEARN Project Book

Recommendations

bull Learn to network network to learn

bull Keep it authentic

bull Start small and design very structured projects

bull Join an existing group project

bull Develop a customized vision of 21st century learning for your classroom school and district

WHY NOWoline73 Can you distill why globally connected classrooms are vital in 2010

Photo source

We have urgent problems that need to be addressed and in order to prepare our students to work on these problems we must connect them globally We must teach them how networked learning leads to networked problem solving

httpsgsgmodernizingedu

lucylucygrayconsultingcom

Twitter elemenous

Page 35: Modernizing Education

Educon 24

Personalized Learning

Mobile Technologies

21st century skills

generational Diversity

Learningenvironments

Design Thinking

Cloud Computing

Textbook Revolution

CuratedLearning

New Media Literacies

FlippingThe

Classroom

Global Collaboration

Also think about gamification OER

21st Century Skills

A Pedagogical Shift

bull New models of teaching and learning are emerging

bull Rigorous content + 21st century themes

bull ldquoSage on the stagerdquo to ldquoguide on the siderdquo

bull New literacies need to be taught strategically

bull Examples

bull developing a search mentality

bull Student personal learning networks (PLNs)

bull Standards and accountability still are important assessments need revision

The Partnership for 21st Century Skills

The Global Achievement Gap

Critical Thinking and Problem-Solving

Collaboration Across Networks and Leading by Influence

Agility and Adaptability

Initiative and Entrepreneurialism

Effective Oral and Written Communication

Accessing and Analyzing Information

Curiosity and Imagination

ManagingGenerational Diversity

Teachers and Students

bull Adults have different learning styles How are we taking this into account in terms of professional development and human capital

bull Baby Boomers

bull Gen Xers

bull Gen Yers

bull Kids have had different levels of exposure to technology The period of time at which our schools have been wired is fairly short

Basic online entertainment (online videos playing games)

E-commerce (online shopping banking and travel reservations)

Research and information gathering (product research news health and religious information searches)

Email and search

Active engagement with social media(visit SNS create SNS profile create blogs)

More advanced online entertainment (download videos music and podcasts)

More advanced communication and passive social media use (instant messaging visit SNS read blogs)

From State of the Internet 2009 Pew Internet Project Findings and Implications for Libraries

The vast majority of online adults from all generations uses email and search engines

While there are always exceptions older generations typically do not engage with the internet past e-commerce

The majority of teens and Gen Y use SNS but fewer maintain blogs Online adults older than Gen X are less likely to use SNS

Online activity pyramid by generation

Beloit Collegersquos Mindset List

0

25

50

75

100

1994 1996 1998 2000 2002

K-12 Classroom Internet Connectivity

Classroom Internet Connectivity

2007

Coming Soon to Campus The New Free Agent Learner Julie Evans CEO-Project Tomorrow Campus Technology 09 Jul 27 2009

Class of 2011 ndash recently graduated seniors 8th grade

Class of 2013 ndash current juniors 6th grade

Class of 2015 ndash current freshman class 4th grade

How digitally ldquonativerdquo are these students

What are their expectations for learning

Implications for Schools

bull Need for strategic human capital planning

bull Need for increased targeted sustained personalized and thoughtful professional development

bull Need for long range planning for studentsrsquo use of technology Requires schools to think of skills sets needed by students at various points in their academic careers while gauging the future of technology

Learning Environments

NYCrsquos The School of One

bull Summer school pilot

bull Middle school math

bull Flexible space

bull Personalized curriculum

bull Regular assessments

bull Variety in delivery of instruction

bull Lesson plan bank

bull Partnered with publishers

NYCrsquos The School of One

bull Summer school pilot

bull Middle school math

bull Flexible space

bull Personalized curriculum

bull Regular assessments

bull Variety in delivery of instruction

bull Lesson plan bank

bull Partnered with publishers

ReImagine Ed

The Third Teacher

You Media

So what

bull Networked learning You must be open to at least letting your kids drive the technology use in your classrooms Be willing to engage them in the ways that they learn best

bull Generational diversity Change is not going to happen without schools working as teams to examine at longitudinal goals

bull 21st century skills The art of teaching comes through via the weaving of 21st century themes into core content You need to provide guidance and be thoughtful when designing classroom activities

bull Learning environments Just as wersquove looked at the whole child we need to start emphasizing the whole learning environment Personalized learning for both students and teachers is important

Getting Started

ISTE Standards

Students Teachers and Administrators

Technology Integration Framework Woodstock (IL) CUSD 200

Various Approaches

bull LoTI

bull University of South Florida Matrix

bull Arizona matrix

bull Using Technology with Classroom Instruction that Works

bull Challenge Based Learning

bull TPACK

bull SMAR

University of South Floridarsquos Tech Intergration Matrix

Grapplingrsquos Technology and Learning Spectrum

A world class education system should call for

globally connected schools

bullThe influence of new media

bullThe push for 21st century skills

bullThe ldquohighly connected teacherrdquo

bullThe urgency presented by complex global problems

CCSSO and Asia Societyrsquos PGL

bull New resource on global competence

bull Download a copy here

From Educating for Global Competence Preparing our Youth to Engage the World

Esther Wojcicki and Michael Levine Teaching for a Shared Future American Educators

Need to Think Globally

EdWeek Global Learning blog by Tony Jackson

THINK GlobalSchool12 countries in 12 trimesters

Connect All SchoolsiEARN

My Story

Apple Distinguished EducatorsGlobal Awareness 2006

bull The World is Flat

bull A Whole New Mind

bull Berlin amp Prague

bull Rethink Global Awareness

Classroom 20

Link

Global Education Conference

httpglobaleducationconferencecom

Over 500000 unique visitors

Over 10000 Members from 142 Countries

Steve Hargadon

Closing Session

2010 - Brian Mannix

2010 - Polar Bears International

2010 - Catlin Gabel School

bull Program Information

2011 - Pam Allyn - LitWorld

2011 - Greg Jacobs - Louder Than a Bomb

2011 - The Shoah Foundation

Project Examples

Dan Meyer

httpvimeocom19507645

ADE Application

Google Lit TripsJerome Burg

A Whole New MindKarl Fisch

The iEARN Project Book

Recommendations

bull Learn to network network to learn

bull Keep it authentic

bull Start small and design very structured projects

bull Join an existing group project

bull Develop a customized vision of 21st century learning for your classroom school and district

WHY NOWoline73 Can you distill why globally connected classrooms are vital in 2010

Photo source

We have urgent problems that need to be addressed and in order to prepare our students to work on these problems we must connect them globally We must teach them how networked learning leads to networked problem solving

httpsgsgmodernizingedu

lucylucygrayconsultingcom

Twitter elemenous

Page 36: Modernizing Education

Personalized Learning

Mobile Technologies

21st century skills

generational Diversity

Learningenvironments

Design Thinking

Cloud Computing

Textbook Revolution

CuratedLearning

New Media Literacies

FlippingThe

Classroom

Global Collaboration

Also think about gamification OER

21st Century Skills

A Pedagogical Shift

bull New models of teaching and learning are emerging

bull Rigorous content + 21st century themes

bull ldquoSage on the stagerdquo to ldquoguide on the siderdquo

bull New literacies need to be taught strategically

bull Examples

bull developing a search mentality

bull Student personal learning networks (PLNs)

bull Standards and accountability still are important assessments need revision

The Partnership for 21st Century Skills

The Global Achievement Gap

Critical Thinking and Problem-Solving

Collaboration Across Networks and Leading by Influence

Agility and Adaptability

Initiative and Entrepreneurialism

Effective Oral and Written Communication

Accessing and Analyzing Information

Curiosity and Imagination

ManagingGenerational Diversity

Teachers and Students

bull Adults have different learning styles How are we taking this into account in terms of professional development and human capital

bull Baby Boomers

bull Gen Xers

bull Gen Yers

bull Kids have had different levels of exposure to technology The period of time at which our schools have been wired is fairly short

Basic online entertainment (online videos playing games)

E-commerce (online shopping banking and travel reservations)

Research and information gathering (product research news health and religious information searches)

Email and search

Active engagement with social media(visit SNS create SNS profile create blogs)

More advanced online entertainment (download videos music and podcasts)

More advanced communication and passive social media use (instant messaging visit SNS read blogs)

From State of the Internet 2009 Pew Internet Project Findings and Implications for Libraries

The vast majority of online adults from all generations uses email and search engines

While there are always exceptions older generations typically do not engage with the internet past e-commerce

The majority of teens and Gen Y use SNS but fewer maintain blogs Online adults older than Gen X are less likely to use SNS

Online activity pyramid by generation

Beloit Collegersquos Mindset List

0

25

50

75

100

1994 1996 1998 2000 2002

K-12 Classroom Internet Connectivity

Classroom Internet Connectivity

2007

Coming Soon to Campus The New Free Agent Learner Julie Evans CEO-Project Tomorrow Campus Technology 09 Jul 27 2009

Class of 2011 ndash recently graduated seniors 8th grade

Class of 2013 ndash current juniors 6th grade

Class of 2015 ndash current freshman class 4th grade

How digitally ldquonativerdquo are these students

What are their expectations for learning

Implications for Schools

bull Need for strategic human capital planning

bull Need for increased targeted sustained personalized and thoughtful professional development

bull Need for long range planning for studentsrsquo use of technology Requires schools to think of skills sets needed by students at various points in their academic careers while gauging the future of technology

Learning Environments

NYCrsquos The School of One

bull Summer school pilot

bull Middle school math

bull Flexible space

bull Personalized curriculum

bull Regular assessments

bull Variety in delivery of instruction

bull Lesson plan bank

bull Partnered with publishers

NYCrsquos The School of One

bull Summer school pilot

bull Middle school math

bull Flexible space

bull Personalized curriculum

bull Regular assessments

bull Variety in delivery of instruction

bull Lesson plan bank

bull Partnered with publishers

ReImagine Ed

The Third Teacher

You Media

So what

bull Networked learning You must be open to at least letting your kids drive the technology use in your classrooms Be willing to engage them in the ways that they learn best

bull Generational diversity Change is not going to happen without schools working as teams to examine at longitudinal goals

bull 21st century skills The art of teaching comes through via the weaving of 21st century themes into core content You need to provide guidance and be thoughtful when designing classroom activities

bull Learning environments Just as wersquove looked at the whole child we need to start emphasizing the whole learning environment Personalized learning for both students and teachers is important

Getting Started

ISTE Standards

Students Teachers and Administrators

Technology Integration Framework Woodstock (IL) CUSD 200

Various Approaches

bull LoTI

bull University of South Florida Matrix

bull Arizona matrix

bull Using Technology with Classroom Instruction that Works

bull Challenge Based Learning

bull TPACK

bull SMAR

University of South Floridarsquos Tech Intergration Matrix

Grapplingrsquos Technology and Learning Spectrum

A world class education system should call for

globally connected schools

bullThe influence of new media

bullThe push for 21st century skills

bullThe ldquohighly connected teacherrdquo

bullThe urgency presented by complex global problems

CCSSO and Asia Societyrsquos PGL

bull New resource on global competence

bull Download a copy here

From Educating for Global Competence Preparing our Youth to Engage the World

Esther Wojcicki and Michael Levine Teaching for a Shared Future American Educators

Need to Think Globally

EdWeek Global Learning blog by Tony Jackson

THINK GlobalSchool12 countries in 12 trimesters

Connect All SchoolsiEARN

My Story

Apple Distinguished EducatorsGlobal Awareness 2006

bull The World is Flat

bull A Whole New Mind

bull Berlin amp Prague

bull Rethink Global Awareness

Classroom 20

Link

Global Education Conference

httpglobaleducationconferencecom

Over 500000 unique visitors

Over 10000 Members from 142 Countries

Steve Hargadon

Closing Session

2010 - Brian Mannix

2010 - Polar Bears International

2010 - Catlin Gabel School

bull Program Information

2011 - Pam Allyn - LitWorld

2011 - Greg Jacobs - Louder Than a Bomb

2011 - The Shoah Foundation

Project Examples

Dan Meyer

httpvimeocom19507645

ADE Application

Google Lit TripsJerome Burg

A Whole New MindKarl Fisch

The iEARN Project Book

Recommendations

bull Learn to network network to learn

bull Keep it authentic

bull Start small and design very structured projects

bull Join an existing group project

bull Develop a customized vision of 21st century learning for your classroom school and district

WHY NOWoline73 Can you distill why globally connected classrooms are vital in 2010

Photo source

We have urgent problems that need to be addressed and in order to prepare our students to work on these problems we must connect them globally We must teach them how networked learning leads to networked problem solving

httpsgsgmodernizingedu

lucylucygrayconsultingcom

Twitter elemenous

Page 37: Modernizing Education

21st Century Skills

A Pedagogical Shift

bull New models of teaching and learning are emerging

bull Rigorous content + 21st century themes

bull ldquoSage on the stagerdquo to ldquoguide on the siderdquo

bull New literacies need to be taught strategically

bull Examples

bull developing a search mentality

bull Student personal learning networks (PLNs)

bull Standards and accountability still are important assessments need revision

The Partnership for 21st Century Skills

The Global Achievement Gap

Critical Thinking and Problem-Solving

Collaboration Across Networks and Leading by Influence

Agility and Adaptability

Initiative and Entrepreneurialism

Effective Oral and Written Communication

Accessing and Analyzing Information

Curiosity and Imagination

ManagingGenerational Diversity

Teachers and Students

bull Adults have different learning styles How are we taking this into account in terms of professional development and human capital

bull Baby Boomers

bull Gen Xers

bull Gen Yers

bull Kids have had different levels of exposure to technology The period of time at which our schools have been wired is fairly short

Basic online entertainment (online videos playing games)

E-commerce (online shopping banking and travel reservations)

Research and information gathering (product research news health and religious information searches)

Email and search

Active engagement with social media(visit SNS create SNS profile create blogs)

More advanced online entertainment (download videos music and podcasts)

More advanced communication and passive social media use (instant messaging visit SNS read blogs)

From State of the Internet 2009 Pew Internet Project Findings and Implications for Libraries

The vast majority of online adults from all generations uses email and search engines

While there are always exceptions older generations typically do not engage with the internet past e-commerce

The majority of teens and Gen Y use SNS but fewer maintain blogs Online adults older than Gen X are less likely to use SNS

Online activity pyramid by generation

Beloit Collegersquos Mindset List

0

25

50

75

100

1994 1996 1998 2000 2002

K-12 Classroom Internet Connectivity

Classroom Internet Connectivity

2007

Coming Soon to Campus The New Free Agent Learner Julie Evans CEO-Project Tomorrow Campus Technology 09 Jul 27 2009

Class of 2011 ndash recently graduated seniors 8th grade

Class of 2013 ndash current juniors 6th grade

Class of 2015 ndash current freshman class 4th grade

How digitally ldquonativerdquo are these students

What are their expectations for learning

Implications for Schools

bull Need for strategic human capital planning

bull Need for increased targeted sustained personalized and thoughtful professional development

bull Need for long range planning for studentsrsquo use of technology Requires schools to think of skills sets needed by students at various points in their academic careers while gauging the future of technology

Learning Environments

NYCrsquos The School of One

bull Summer school pilot

bull Middle school math

bull Flexible space

bull Personalized curriculum

bull Regular assessments

bull Variety in delivery of instruction

bull Lesson plan bank

bull Partnered with publishers

NYCrsquos The School of One

bull Summer school pilot

bull Middle school math

bull Flexible space

bull Personalized curriculum

bull Regular assessments

bull Variety in delivery of instruction

bull Lesson plan bank

bull Partnered with publishers

ReImagine Ed

The Third Teacher

You Media

So what

bull Networked learning You must be open to at least letting your kids drive the technology use in your classrooms Be willing to engage them in the ways that they learn best

bull Generational diversity Change is not going to happen without schools working as teams to examine at longitudinal goals

bull 21st century skills The art of teaching comes through via the weaving of 21st century themes into core content You need to provide guidance and be thoughtful when designing classroom activities

bull Learning environments Just as wersquove looked at the whole child we need to start emphasizing the whole learning environment Personalized learning for both students and teachers is important

Getting Started

ISTE Standards

Students Teachers and Administrators

Technology Integration Framework Woodstock (IL) CUSD 200

Various Approaches

bull LoTI

bull University of South Florida Matrix

bull Arizona matrix

bull Using Technology with Classroom Instruction that Works

bull Challenge Based Learning

bull TPACK

bull SMAR

University of South Floridarsquos Tech Intergration Matrix

Grapplingrsquos Technology and Learning Spectrum

A world class education system should call for

globally connected schools

bullThe influence of new media

bullThe push for 21st century skills

bullThe ldquohighly connected teacherrdquo

bullThe urgency presented by complex global problems

CCSSO and Asia Societyrsquos PGL

bull New resource on global competence

bull Download a copy here

From Educating for Global Competence Preparing our Youth to Engage the World

Esther Wojcicki and Michael Levine Teaching for a Shared Future American Educators

Need to Think Globally

EdWeek Global Learning blog by Tony Jackson

THINK GlobalSchool12 countries in 12 trimesters

Connect All SchoolsiEARN

My Story

Apple Distinguished EducatorsGlobal Awareness 2006

bull The World is Flat

bull A Whole New Mind

bull Berlin amp Prague

bull Rethink Global Awareness

Classroom 20

Link

Global Education Conference

httpglobaleducationconferencecom

Over 500000 unique visitors

Over 10000 Members from 142 Countries

Steve Hargadon

Closing Session

2010 - Brian Mannix

2010 - Polar Bears International

2010 - Catlin Gabel School

bull Program Information

2011 - Pam Allyn - LitWorld

2011 - Greg Jacobs - Louder Than a Bomb

2011 - The Shoah Foundation

Project Examples

Dan Meyer

httpvimeocom19507645

ADE Application

Google Lit TripsJerome Burg

A Whole New MindKarl Fisch

The iEARN Project Book

Recommendations

bull Learn to network network to learn

bull Keep it authentic

bull Start small and design very structured projects

bull Join an existing group project

bull Develop a customized vision of 21st century learning for your classroom school and district

WHY NOWoline73 Can you distill why globally connected classrooms are vital in 2010

Photo source

We have urgent problems that need to be addressed and in order to prepare our students to work on these problems we must connect them globally We must teach them how networked learning leads to networked problem solving

httpsgsgmodernizingedu

lucylucygrayconsultingcom

Twitter elemenous

Page 38: Modernizing Education

A Pedagogical Shift

bull New models of teaching and learning are emerging

bull Rigorous content + 21st century themes

bull ldquoSage on the stagerdquo to ldquoguide on the siderdquo

bull New literacies need to be taught strategically

bull Examples

bull developing a search mentality

bull Student personal learning networks (PLNs)

bull Standards and accountability still are important assessments need revision

The Partnership for 21st Century Skills

The Global Achievement Gap

Critical Thinking and Problem-Solving

Collaboration Across Networks and Leading by Influence

Agility and Adaptability

Initiative and Entrepreneurialism

Effective Oral and Written Communication

Accessing and Analyzing Information

Curiosity and Imagination

ManagingGenerational Diversity

Teachers and Students

bull Adults have different learning styles How are we taking this into account in terms of professional development and human capital

bull Baby Boomers

bull Gen Xers

bull Gen Yers

bull Kids have had different levels of exposure to technology The period of time at which our schools have been wired is fairly short

Basic online entertainment (online videos playing games)

E-commerce (online shopping banking and travel reservations)

Research and information gathering (product research news health and religious information searches)

Email and search

Active engagement with social media(visit SNS create SNS profile create blogs)

More advanced online entertainment (download videos music and podcasts)

More advanced communication and passive social media use (instant messaging visit SNS read blogs)

From State of the Internet 2009 Pew Internet Project Findings and Implications for Libraries

The vast majority of online adults from all generations uses email and search engines

While there are always exceptions older generations typically do not engage with the internet past e-commerce

The majority of teens and Gen Y use SNS but fewer maintain blogs Online adults older than Gen X are less likely to use SNS

Online activity pyramid by generation

Beloit Collegersquos Mindset List

0

25

50

75

100

1994 1996 1998 2000 2002

K-12 Classroom Internet Connectivity

Classroom Internet Connectivity

2007

Coming Soon to Campus The New Free Agent Learner Julie Evans CEO-Project Tomorrow Campus Technology 09 Jul 27 2009

Class of 2011 ndash recently graduated seniors 8th grade

Class of 2013 ndash current juniors 6th grade

Class of 2015 ndash current freshman class 4th grade

How digitally ldquonativerdquo are these students

What are their expectations for learning

Implications for Schools

bull Need for strategic human capital planning

bull Need for increased targeted sustained personalized and thoughtful professional development

bull Need for long range planning for studentsrsquo use of technology Requires schools to think of skills sets needed by students at various points in their academic careers while gauging the future of technology

Learning Environments

NYCrsquos The School of One

bull Summer school pilot

bull Middle school math

bull Flexible space

bull Personalized curriculum

bull Regular assessments

bull Variety in delivery of instruction

bull Lesson plan bank

bull Partnered with publishers

NYCrsquos The School of One

bull Summer school pilot

bull Middle school math

bull Flexible space

bull Personalized curriculum

bull Regular assessments

bull Variety in delivery of instruction

bull Lesson plan bank

bull Partnered with publishers

ReImagine Ed

The Third Teacher

You Media

So what

bull Networked learning You must be open to at least letting your kids drive the technology use in your classrooms Be willing to engage them in the ways that they learn best

bull Generational diversity Change is not going to happen without schools working as teams to examine at longitudinal goals

bull 21st century skills The art of teaching comes through via the weaving of 21st century themes into core content You need to provide guidance and be thoughtful when designing classroom activities

bull Learning environments Just as wersquove looked at the whole child we need to start emphasizing the whole learning environment Personalized learning for both students and teachers is important

Getting Started

ISTE Standards

Students Teachers and Administrators

Technology Integration Framework Woodstock (IL) CUSD 200

Various Approaches

bull LoTI

bull University of South Florida Matrix

bull Arizona matrix

bull Using Technology with Classroom Instruction that Works

bull Challenge Based Learning

bull TPACK

bull SMAR

University of South Floridarsquos Tech Intergration Matrix

Grapplingrsquos Technology and Learning Spectrum

A world class education system should call for

globally connected schools

bullThe influence of new media

bullThe push for 21st century skills

bullThe ldquohighly connected teacherrdquo

bullThe urgency presented by complex global problems

CCSSO and Asia Societyrsquos PGL

bull New resource on global competence

bull Download a copy here

From Educating for Global Competence Preparing our Youth to Engage the World

Esther Wojcicki and Michael Levine Teaching for a Shared Future American Educators

Need to Think Globally

EdWeek Global Learning blog by Tony Jackson

THINK GlobalSchool12 countries in 12 trimesters

Connect All SchoolsiEARN

My Story

Apple Distinguished EducatorsGlobal Awareness 2006

bull The World is Flat

bull A Whole New Mind

bull Berlin amp Prague

bull Rethink Global Awareness

Classroom 20

Link

Global Education Conference

httpglobaleducationconferencecom

Over 500000 unique visitors

Over 10000 Members from 142 Countries

Steve Hargadon

Closing Session

2010 - Brian Mannix

2010 - Polar Bears International

2010 - Catlin Gabel School

bull Program Information

2011 - Pam Allyn - LitWorld

2011 - Greg Jacobs - Louder Than a Bomb

2011 - The Shoah Foundation

Project Examples

Dan Meyer

httpvimeocom19507645

ADE Application

Google Lit TripsJerome Burg

A Whole New MindKarl Fisch

The iEARN Project Book

Recommendations

bull Learn to network network to learn

bull Keep it authentic

bull Start small and design very structured projects

bull Join an existing group project

bull Develop a customized vision of 21st century learning for your classroom school and district

WHY NOWoline73 Can you distill why globally connected classrooms are vital in 2010

Photo source

We have urgent problems that need to be addressed and in order to prepare our students to work on these problems we must connect them globally We must teach them how networked learning leads to networked problem solving

httpsgsgmodernizingedu

lucylucygrayconsultingcom

Twitter elemenous

Page 39: Modernizing Education

The Partnership for 21st Century Skills

The Global Achievement Gap

Critical Thinking and Problem-Solving

Collaboration Across Networks and Leading by Influence

Agility and Adaptability

Initiative and Entrepreneurialism

Effective Oral and Written Communication

Accessing and Analyzing Information

Curiosity and Imagination

ManagingGenerational Diversity

Teachers and Students

bull Adults have different learning styles How are we taking this into account in terms of professional development and human capital

bull Baby Boomers

bull Gen Xers

bull Gen Yers

bull Kids have had different levels of exposure to technology The period of time at which our schools have been wired is fairly short

Basic online entertainment (online videos playing games)

E-commerce (online shopping banking and travel reservations)

Research and information gathering (product research news health and religious information searches)

Email and search

Active engagement with social media(visit SNS create SNS profile create blogs)

More advanced online entertainment (download videos music and podcasts)

More advanced communication and passive social media use (instant messaging visit SNS read blogs)

From State of the Internet 2009 Pew Internet Project Findings and Implications for Libraries

The vast majority of online adults from all generations uses email and search engines

While there are always exceptions older generations typically do not engage with the internet past e-commerce

The majority of teens and Gen Y use SNS but fewer maintain blogs Online adults older than Gen X are less likely to use SNS

Online activity pyramid by generation

Beloit Collegersquos Mindset List

0

25

50

75

100

1994 1996 1998 2000 2002

K-12 Classroom Internet Connectivity

Classroom Internet Connectivity

2007

Coming Soon to Campus The New Free Agent Learner Julie Evans CEO-Project Tomorrow Campus Technology 09 Jul 27 2009

Class of 2011 ndash recently graduated seniors 8th grade

Class of 2013 ndash current juniors 6th grade

Class of 2015 ndash current freshman class 4th grade

How digitally ldquonativerdquo are these students

What are their expectations for learning

Implications for Schools

bull Need for strategic human capital planning

bull Need for increased targeted sustained personalized and thoughtful professional development

bull Need for long range planning for studentsrsquo use of technology Requires schools to think of skills sets needed by students at various points in their academic careers while gauging the future of technology

Learning Environments

NYCrsquos The School of One

bull Summer school pilot

bull Middle school math

bull Flexible space

bull Personalized curriculum

bull Regular assessments

bull Variety in delivery of instruction

bull Lesson plan bank

bull Partnered with publishers

NYCrsquos The School of One

bull Summer school pilot

bull Middle school math

bull Flexible space

bull Personalized curriculum

bull Regular assessments

bull Variety in delivery of instruction

bull Lesson plan bank

bull Partnered with publishers

ReImagine Ed

The Third Teacher

You Media

So what

bull Networked learning You must be open to at least letting your kids drive the technology use in your classrooms Be willing to engage them in the ways that they learn best

bull Generational diversity Change is not going to happen without schools working as teams to examine at longitudinal goals

bull 21st century skills The art of teaching comes through via the weaving of 21st century themes into core content You need to provide guidance and be thoughtful when designing classroom activities

bull Learning environments Just as wersquove looked at the whole child we need to start emphasizing the whole learning environment Personalized learning for both students and teachers is important

Getting Started

ISTE Standards

Students Teachers and Administrators

Technology Integration Framework Woodstock (IL) CUSD 200

Various Approaches

bull LoTI

bull University of South Florida Matrix

bull Arizona matrix

bull Using Technology with Classroom Instruction that Works

bull Challenge Based Learning

bull TPACK

bull SMAR

University of South Floridarsquos Tech Intergration Matrix

Grapplingrsquos Technology and Learning Spectrum

A world class education system should call for

globally connected schools

bullThe influence of new media

bullThe push for 21st century skills

bullThe ldquohighly connected teacherrdquo

bullThe urgency presented by complex global problems

CCSSO and Asia Societyrsquos PGL

bull New resource on global competence

bull Download a copy here

From Educating for Global Competence Preparing our Youth to Engage the World

Esther Wojcicki and Michael Levine Teaching for a Shared Future American Educators

Need to Think Globally

EdWeek Global Learning blog by Tony Jackson

THINK GlobalSchool12 countries in 12 trimesters

Connect All SchoolsiEARN

My Story

Apple Distinguished EducatorsGlobal Awareness 2006

bull The World is Flat

bull A Whole New Mind

bull Berlin amp Prague

bull Rethink Global Awareness

Classroom 20

Link

Global Education Conference

httpglobaleducationconferencecom

Over 500000 unique visitors

Over 10000 Members from 142 Countries

Steve Hargadon

Closing Session

2010 - Brian Mannix

2010 - Polar Bears International

2010 - Catlin Gabel School

bull Program Information

2011 - Pam Allyn - LitWorld

2011 - Greg Jacobs - Louder Than a Bomb

2011 - The Shoah Foundation

Project Examples

Dan Meyer

httpvimeocom19507645

ADE Application

Google Lit TripsJerome Burg

A Whole New MindKarl Fisch

The iEARN Project Book

Recommendations

bull Learn to network network to learn

bull Keep it authentic

bull Start small and design very structured projects

bull Join an existing group project

bull Develop a customized vision of 21st century learning for your classroom school and district

WHY NOWoline73 Can you distill why globally connected classrooms are vital in 2010

Photo source

We have urgent problems that need to be addressed and in order to prepare our students to work on these problems we must connect them globally We must teach them how networked learning leads to networked problem solving

httpsgsgmodernizingedu

lucylucygrayconsultingcom

Twitter elemenous

Page 40: Modernizing Education

The Global Achievement Gap

Critical Thinking and Problem-Solving

Collaboration Across Networks and Leading by Influence

Agility and Adaptability

Initiative and Entrepreneurialism

Effective Oral and Written Communication

Accessing and Analyzing Information

Curiosity and Imagination

ManagingGenerational Diversity

Teachers and Students

bull Adults have different learning styles How are we taking this into account in terms of professional development and human capital

bull Baby Boomers

bull Gen Xers

bull Gen Yers

bull Kids have had different levels of exposure to technology The period of time at which our schools have been wired is fairly short

Basic online entertainment (online videos playing games)

E-commerce (online shopping banking and travel reservations)

Research and information gathering (product research news health and religious information searches)

Email and search

Active engagement with social media(visit SNS create SNS profile create blogs)

More advanced online entertainment (download videos music and podcasts)

More advanced communication and passive social media use (instant messaging visit SNS read blogs)

From State of the Internet 2009 Pew Internet Project Findings and Implications for Libraries

The vast majority of online adults from all generations uses email and search engines

While there are always exceptions older generations typically do not engage with the internet past e-commerce

The majority of teens and Gen Y use SNS but fewer maintain blogs Online adults older than Gen X are less likely to use SNS

Online activity pyramid by generation

Beloit Collegersquos Mindset List

0

25

50

75

100

1994 1996 1998 2000 2002

K-12 Classroom Internet Connectivity

Classroom Internet Connectivity

2007

Coming Soon to Campus The New Free Agent Learner Julie Evans CEO-Project Tomorrow Campus Technology 09 Jul 27 2009

Class of 2011 ndash recently graduated seniors 8th grade

Class of 2013 ndash current juniors 6th grade

Class of 2015 ndash current freshman class 4th grade

How digitally ldquonativerdquo are these students

What are their expectations for learning

Implications for Schools

bull Need for strategic human capital planning

bull Need for increased targeted sustained personalized and thoughtful professional development

bull Need for long range planning for studentsrsquo use of technology Requires schools to think of skills sets needed by students at various points in their academic careers while gauging the future of technology

Learning Environments

NYCrsquos The School of One

bull Summer school pilot

bull Middle school math

bull Flexible space

bull Personalized curriculum

bull Regular assessments

bull Variety in delivery of instruction

bull Lesson plan bank

bull Partnered with publishers

NYCrsquos The School of One

bull Summer school pilot

bull Middle school math

bull Flexible space

bull Personalized curriculum

bull Regular assessments

bull Variety in delivery of instruction

bull Lesson plan bank

bull Partnered with publishers

ReImagine Ed

The Third Teacher

You Media

So what

bull Networked learning You must be open to at least letting your kids drive the technology use in your classrooms Be willing to engage them in the ways that they learn best

bull Generational diversity Change is not going to happen without schools working as teams to examine at longitudinal goals

bull 21st century skills The art of teaching comes through via the weaving of 21st century themes into core content You need to provide guidance and be thoughtful when designing classroom activities

bull Learning environments Just as wersquove looked at the whole child we need to start emphasizing the whole learning environment Personalized learning for both students and teachers is important

Getting Started

ISTE Standards

Students Teachers and Administrators

Technology Integration Framework Woodstock (IL) CUSD 200

Various Approaches

bull LoTI

bull University of South Florida Matrix

bull Arizona matrix

bull Using Technology with Classroom Instruction that Works

bull Challenge Based Learning

bull TPACK

bull SMAR

University of South Floridarsquos Tech Intergration Matrix

Grapplingrsquos Technology and Learning Spectrum

A world class education system should call for

globally connected schools

bullThe influence of new media

bullThe push for 21st century skills

bullThe ldquohighly connected teacherrdquo

bullThe urgency presented by complex global problems

CCSSO and Asia Societyrsquos PGL

bull New resource on global competence

bull Download a copy here

From Educating for Global Competence Preparing our Youth to Engage the World

Esther Wojcicki and Michael Levine Teaching for a Shared Future American Educators

Need to Think Globally

EdWeek Global Learning blog by Tony Jackson

THINK GlobalSchool12 countries in 12 trimesters

Connect All SchoolsiEARN

My Story

Apple Distinguished EducatorsGlobal Awareness 2006

bull The World is Flat

bull A Whole New Mind

bull Berlin amp Prague

bull Rethink Global Awareness

Classroom 20

Link

Global Education Conference

httpglobaleducationconferencecom

Over 500000 unique visitors

Over 10000 Members from 142 Countries

Steve Hargadon

Closing Session

2010 - Brian Mannix

2010 - Polar Bears International

2010 - Catlin Gabel School

bull Program Information

2011 - Pam Allyn - LitWorld

2011 - Greg Jacobs - Louder Than a Bomb

2011 - The Shoah Foundation

Project Examples

Dan Meyer

httpvimeocom19507645

ADE Application

Google Lit TripsJerome Burg

A Whole New MindKarl Fisch

The iEARN Project Book

Recommendations

bull Learn to network network to learn

bull Keep it authentic

bull Start small and design very structured projects

bull Join an existing group project

bull Develop a customized vision of 21st century learning for your classroom school and district

WHY NOWoline73 Can you distill why globally connected classrooms are vital in 2010

Photo source

We have urgent problems that need to be addressed and in order to prepare our students to work on these problems we must connect them globally We must teach them how networked learning leads to networked problem solving

httpsgsgmodernizingedu

lucylucygrayconsultingcom

Twitter elemenous

Page 41: Modernizing Education

ManagingGenerational Diversity

Teachers and Students

bull Adults have different learning styles How are we taking this into account in terms of professional development and human capital

bull Baby Boomers

bull Gen Xers

bull Gen Yers

bull Kids have had different levels of exposure to technology The period of time at which our schools have been wired is fairly short

Basic online entertainment (online videos playing games)

E-commerce (online shopping banking and travel reservations)

Research and information gathering (product research news health and religious information searches)

Email and search

Active engagement with social media(visit SNS create SNS profile create blogs)

More advanced online entertainment (download videos music and podcasts)

More advanced communication and passive social media use (instant messaging visit SNS read blogs)

From State of the Internet 2009 Pew Internet Project Findings and Implications for Libraries

The vast majority of online adults from all generations uses email and search engines

While there are always exceptions older generations typically do not engage with the internet past e-commerce

The majority of teens and Gen Y use SNS but fewer maintain blogs Online adults older than Gen X are less likely to use SNS

Online activity pyramid by generation

Beloit Collegersquos Mindset List

0

25

50

75

100

1994 1996 1998 2000 2002

K-12 Classroom Internet Connectivity

Classroom Internet Connectivity

2007

Coming Soon to Campus The New Free Agent Learner Julie Evans CEO-Project Tomorrow Campus Technology 09 Jul 27 2009

Class of 2011 ndash recently graduated seniors 8th grade

Class of 2013 ndash current juniors 6th grade

Class of 2015 ndash current freshman class 4th grade

How digitally ldquonativerdquo are these students

What are their expectations for learning

Implications for Schools

bull Need for strategic human capital planning

bull Need for increased targeted sustained personalized and thoughtful professional development

bull Need for long range planning for studentsrsquo use of technology Requires schools to think of skills sets needed by students at various points in their academic careers while gauging the future of technology

Learning Environments

NYCrsquos The School of One

bull Summer school pilot

bull Middle school math

bull Flexible space

bull Personalized curriculum

bull Regular assessments

bull Variety in delivery of instruction

bull Lesson plan bank

bull Partnered with publishers

NYCrsquos The School of One

bull Summer school pilot

bull Middle school math

bull Flexible space

bull Personalized curriculum

bull Regular assessments

bull Variety in delivery of instruction

bull Lesson plan bank

bull Partnered with publishers

ReImagine Ed

The Third Teacher

You Media

So what

bull Networked learning You must be open to at least letting your kids drive the technology use in your classrooms Be willing to engage them in the ways that they learn best

bull Generational diversity Change is not going to happen without schools working as teams to examine at longitudinal goals

bull 21st century skills The art of teaching comes through via the weaving of 21st century themes into core content You need to provide guidance and be thoughtful when designing classroom activities

bull Learning environments Just as wersquove looked at the whole child we need to start emphasizing the whole learning environment Personalized learning for both students and teachers is important

Getting Started

ISTE Standards

Students Teachers and Administrators

Technology Integration Framework Woodstock (IL) CUSD 200

Various Approaches

bull LoTI

bull University of South Florida Matrix

bull Arizona matrix

bull Using Technology with Classroom Instruction that Works

bull Challenge Based Learning

bull TPACK

bull SMAR

University of South Floridarsquos Tech Intergration Matrix

Grapplingrsquos Technology and Learning Spectrum

A world class education system should call for

globally connected schools

bullThe influence of new media

bullThe push for 21st century skills

bullThe ldquohighly connected teacherrdquo

bullThe urgency presented by complex global problems

CCSSO and Asia Societyrsquos PGL

bull New resource on global competence

bull Download a copy here

From Educating for Global Competence Preparing our Youth to Engage the World

Esther Wojcicki and Michael Levine Teaching for a Shared Future American Educators

Need to Think Globally

EdWeek Global Learning blog by Tony Jackson

THINK GlobalSchool12 countries in 12 trimesters

Connect All SchoolsiEARN

My Story

Apple Distinguished EducatorsGlobal Awareness 2006

bull The World is Flat

bull A Whole New Mind

bull Berlin amp Prague

bull Rethink Global Awareness

Classroom 20

Link

Global Education Conference

httpglobaleducationconferencecom

Over 500000 unique visitors

Over 10000 Members from 142 Countries

Steve Hargadon

Closing Session

2010 - Brian Mannix

2010 - Polar Bears International

2010 - Catlin Gabel School

bull Program Information

2011 - Pam Allyn - LitWorld

2011 - Greg Jacobs - Louder Than a Bomb

2011 - The Shoah Foundation

Project Examples

Dan Meyer

httpvimeocom19507645

ADE Application

Google Lit TripsJerome Burg

A Whole New MindKarl Fisch

The iEARN Project Book

Recommendations

bull Learn to network network to learn

bull Keep it authentic

bull Start small and design very structured projects

bull Join an existing group project

bull Develop a customized vision of 21st century learning for your classroom school and district

WHY NOWoline73 Can you distill why globally connected classrooms are vital in 2010

Photo source

We have urgent problems that need to be addressed and in order to prepare our students to work on these problems we must connect them globally We must teach them how networked learning leads to networked problem solving

httpsgsgmodernizingedu

lucylucygrayconsultingcom

Twitter elemenous

Page 42: Modernizing Education

Teachers and Students

bull Adults have different learning styles How are we taking this into account in terms of professional development and human capital

bull Baby Boomers

bull Gen Xers

bull Gen Yers

bull Kids have had different levels of exposure to technology The period of time at which our schools have been wired is fairly short

Basic online entertainment (online videos playing games)

E-commerce (online shopping banking and travel reservations)

Research and information gathering (product research news health and religious information searches)

Email and search

Active engagement with social media(visit SNS create SNS profile create blogs)

More advanced online entertainment (download videos music and podcasts)

More advanced communication and passive social media use (instant messaging visit SNS read blogs)

From State of the Internet 2009 Pew Internet Project Findings and Implications for Libraries

The vast majority of online adults from all generations uses email and search engines

While there are always exceptions older generations typically do not engage with the internet past e-commerce

The majority of teens and Gen Y use SNS but fewer maintain blogs Online adults older than Gen X are less likely to use SNS

Online activity pyramid by generation

Beloit Collegersquos Mindset List

0

25

50

75

100

1994 1996 1998 2000 2002

K-12 Classroom Internet Connectivity

Classroom Internet Connectivity

2007

Coming Soon to Campus The New Free Agent Learner Julie Evans CEO-Project Tomorrow Campus Technology 09 Jul 27 2009

Class of 2011 ndash recently graduated seniors 8th grade

Class of 2013 ndash current juniors 6th grade

Class of 2015 ndash current freshman class 4th grade

How digitally ldquonativerdquo are these students

What are their expectations for learning

Implications for Schools

bull Need for strategic human capital planning

bull Need for increased targeted sustained personalized and thoughtful professional development

bull Need for long range planning for studentsrsquo use of technology Requires schools to think of skills sets needed by students at various points in their academic careers while gauging the future of technology

Learning Environments

NYCrsquos The School of One

bull Summer school pilot

bull Middle school math

bull Flexible space

bull Personalized curriculum

bull Regular assessments

bull Variety in delivery of instruction

bull Lesson plan bank

bull Partnered with publishers

NYCrsquos The School of One

bull Summer school pilot

bull Middle school math

bull Flexible space

bull Personalized curriculum

bull Regular assessments

bull Variety in delivery of instruction

bull Lesson plan bank

bull Partnered with publishers

ReImagine Ed

The Third Teacher

You Media

So what

bull Networked learning You must be open to at least letting your kids drive the technology use in your classrooms Be willing to engage them in the ways that they learn best

bull Generational diversity Change is not going to happen without schools working as teams to examine at longitudinal goals

bull 21st century skills The art of teaching comes through via the weaving of 21st century themes into core content You need to provide guidance and be thoughtful when designing classroom activities

bull Learning environments Just as wersquove looked at the whole child we need to start emphasizing the whole learning environment Personalized learning for both students and teachers is important

Getting Started

ISTE Standards

Students Teachers and Administrators

Technology Integration Framework Woodstock (IL) CUSD 200

Various Approaches

bull LoTI

bull University of South Florida Matrix

bull Arizona matrix

bull Using Technology with Classroom Instruction that Works

bull Challenge Based Learning

bull TPACK

bull SMAR

University of South Floridarsquos Tech Intergration Matrix

Grapplingrsquos Technology and Learning Spectrum

A world class education system should call for

globally connected schools

bullThe influence of new media

bullThe push for 21st century skills

bullThe ldquohighly connected teacherrdquo

bullThe urgency presented by complex global problems

CCSSO and Asia Societyrsquos PGL

bull New resource on global competence

bull Download a copy here

From Educating for Global Competence Preparing our Youth to Engage the World

Esther Wojcicki and Michael Levine Teaching for a Shared Future American Educators

Need to Think Globally

EdWeek Global Learning blog by Tony Jackson

THINK GlobalSchool12 countries in 12 trimesters

Connect All SchoolsiEARN

My Story

Apple Distinguished EducatorsGlobal Awareness 2006

bull The World is Flat

bull A Whole New Mind

bull Berlin amp Prague

bull Rethink Global Awareness

Classroom 20

Link

Global Education Conference

httpglobaleducationconferencecom

Over 500000 unique visitors

Over 10000 Members from 142 Countries

Steve Hargadon

Closing Session

2010 - Brian Mannix

2010 - Polar Bears International

2010 - Catlin Gabel School

bull Program Information

2011 - Pam Allyn - LitWorld

2011 - Greg Jacobs - Louder Than a Bomb

2011 - The Shoah Foundation

Project Examples

Dan Meyer

httpvimeocom19507645

ADE Application

Google Lit TripsJerome Burg

A Whole New MindKarl Fisch

The iEARN Project Book

Recommendations

bull Learn to network network to learn

bull Keep it authentic

bull Start small and design very structured projects

bull Join an existing group project

bull Develop a customized vision of 21st century learning for your classroom school and district

WHY NOWoline73 Can you distill why globally connected classrooms are vital in 2010

Photo source

We have urgent problems that need to be addressed and in order to prepare our students to work on these problems we must connect them globally We must teach them how networked learning leads to networked problem solving

httpsgsgmodernizingedu

lucylucygrayconsultingcom

Twitter elemenous

Page 43: Modernizing Education

Basic online entertainment (online videos playing games)

E-commerce (online shopping banking and travel reservations)

Research and information gathering (product research news health and religious information searches)

Email and search

Active engagement with social media(visit SNS create SNS profile create blogs)

More advanced online entertainment (download videos music and podcasts)

More advanced communication and passive social media use (instant messaging visit SNS read blogs)

From State of the Internet 2009 Pew Internet Project Findings and Implications for Libraries

The vast majority of online adults from all generations uses email and search engines

While there are always exceptions older generations typically do not engage with the internet past e-commerce

The majority of teens and Gen Y use SNS but fewer maintain blogs Online adults older than Gen X are less likely to use SNS

Online activity pyramid by generation

Beloit Collegersquos Mindset List

0

25

50

75

100

1994 1996 1998 2000 2002

K-12 Classroom Internet Connectivity

Classroom Internet Connectivity

2007

Coming Soon to Campus The New Free Agent Learner Julie Evans CEO-Project Tomorrow Campus Technology 09 Jul 27 2009

Class of 2011 ndash recently graduated seniors 8th grade

Class of 2013 ndash current juniors 6th grade

Class of 2015 ndash current freshman class 4th grade

How digitally ldquonativerdquo are these students

What are their expectations for learning

Implications for Schools

bull Need for strategic human capital planning

bull Need for increased targeted sustained personalized and thoughtful professional development

bull Need for long range planning for studentsrsquo use of technology Requires schools to think of skills sets needed by students at various points in their academic careers while gauging the future of technology

Learning Environments

NYCrsquos The School of One

bull Summer school pilot

bull Middle school math

bull Flexible space

bull Personalized curriculum

bull Regular assessments

bull Variety in delivery of instruction

bull Lesson plan bank

bull Partnered with publishers

NYCrsquos The School of One

bull Summer school pilot

bull Middle school math

bull Flexible space

bull Personalized curriculum

bull Regular assessments

bull Variety in delivery of instruction

bull Lesson plan bank

bull Partnered with publishers

ReImagine Ed

The Third Teacher

You Media

So what

bull Networked learning You must be open to at least letting your kids drive the technology use in your classrooms Be willing to engage them in the ways that they learn best

bull Generational diversity Change is not going to happen without schools working as teams to examine at longitudinal goals

bull 21st century skills The art of teaching comes through via the weaving of 21st century themes into core content You need to provide guidance and be thoughtful when designing classroom activities

bull Learning environments Just as wersquove looked at the whole child we need to start emphasizing the whole learning environment Personalized learning for both students and teachers is important

Getting Started

ISTE Standards

Students Teachers and Administrators

Technology Integration Framework Woodstock (IL) CUSD 200

Various Approaches

bull LoTI

bull University of South Florida Matrix

bull Arizona matrix

bull Using Technology with Classroom Instruction that Works

bull Challenge Based Learning

bull TPACK

bull SMAR

University of South Floridarsquos Tech Intergration Matrix

Grapplingrsquos Technology and Learning Spectrum

A world class education system should call for

globally connected schools

bullThe influence of new media

bullThe push for 21st century skills

bullThe ldquohighly connected teacherrdquo

bullThe urgency presented by complex global problems

CCSSO and Asia Societyrsquos PGL

bull New resource on global competence

bull Download a copy here

From Educating for Global Competence Preparing our Youth to Engage the World

Esther Wojcicki and Michael Levine Teaching for a Shared Future American Educators

Need to Think Globally

EdWeek Global Learning blog by Tony Jackson

THINK GlobalSchool12 countries in 12 trimesters

Connect All SchoolsiEARN

My Story

Apple Distinguished EducatorsGlobal Awareness 2006

bull The World is Flat

bull A Whole New Mind

bull Berlin amp Prague

bull Rethink Global Awareness

Classroom 20

Link

Global Education Conference

httpglobaleducationconferencecom

Over 500000 unique visitors

Over 10000 Members from 142 Countries

Steve Hargadon

Closing Session

2010 - Brian Mannix

2010 - Polar Bears International

2010 - Catlin Gabel School

bull Program Information

2011 - Pam Allyn - LitWorld

2011 - Greg Jacobs - Louder Than a Bomb

2011 - The Shoah Foundation

Project Examples

Dan Meyer

httpvimeocom19507645

ADE Application

Google Lit TripsJerome Burg

A Whole New MindKarl Fisch

The iEARN Project Book

Recommendations

bull Learn to network network to learn

bull Keep it authentic

bull Start small and design very structured projects

bull Join an existing group project

bull Develop a customized vision of 21st century learning for your classroom school and district

WHY NOWoline73 Can you distill why globally connected classrooms are vital in 2010

Photo source

We have urgent problems that need to be addressed and in order to prepare our students to work on these problems we must connect them globally We must teach them how networked learning leads to networked problem solving

httpsgsgmodernizingedu

lucylucygrayconsultingcom

Twitter elemenous

Page 44: Modernizing Education

Beloit Collegersquos Mindset List

0

25

50

75

100

1994 1996 1998 2000 2002

K-12 Classroom Internet Connectivity

Classroom Internet Connectivity

2007

Coming Soon to Campus The New Free Agent Learner Julie Evans CEO-Project Tomorrow Campus Technology 09 Jul 27 2009

Class of 2011 ndash recently graduated seniors 8th grade

Class of 2013 ndash current juniors 6th grade

Class of 2015 ndash current freshman class 4th grade

How digitally ldquonativerdquo are these students

What are their expectations for learning

Implications for Schools

bull Need for strategic human capital planning

bull Need for increased targeted sustained personalized and thoughtful professional development

bull Need for long range planning for studentsrsquo use of technology Requires schools to think of skills sets needed by students at various points in their academic careers while gauging the future of technology

Learning Environments

NYCrsquos The School of One

bull Summer school pilot

bull Middle school math

bull Flexible space

bull Personalized curriculum

bull Regular assessments

bull Variety in delivery of instruction

bull Lesson plan bank

bull Partnered with publishers

NYCrsquos The School of One

bull Summer school pilot

bull Middle school math

bull Flexible space

bull Personalized curriculum

bull Regular assessments

bull Variety in delivery of instruction

bull Lesson plan bank

bull Partnered with publishers

ReImagine Ed

The Third Teacher

You Media

So what

bull Networked learning You must be open to at least letting your kids drive the technology use in your classrooms Be willing to engage them in the ways that they learn best

bull Generational diversity Change is not going to happen without schools working as teams to examine at longitudinal goals

bull 21st century skills The art of teaching comes through via the weaving of 21st century themes into core content You need to provide guidance and be thoughtful when designing classroom activities

bull Learning environments Just as wersquove looked at the whole child we need to start emphasizing the whole learning environment Personalized learning for both students and teachers is important

Getting Started

ISTE Standards

Students Teachers and Administrators

Technology Integration Framework Woodstock (IL) CUSD 200

Various Approaches

bull LoTI

bull University of South Florida Matrix

bull Arizona matrix

bull Using Technology with Classroom Instruction that Works

bull Challenge Based Learning

bull TPACK

bull SMAR

University of South Floridarsquos Tech Intergration Matrix

Grapplingrsquos Technology and Learning Spectrum

A world class education system should call for

globally connected schools

bullThe influence of new media

bullThe push for 21st century skills

bullThe ldquohighly connected teacherrdquo

bullThe urgency presented by complex global problems

CCSSO and Asia Societyrsquos PGL

bull New resource on global competence

bull Download a copy here

From Educating for Global Competence Preparing our Youth to Engage the World

Esther Wojcicki and Michael Levine Teaching for a Shared Future American Educators

Need to Think Globally

EdWeek Global Learning blog by Tony Jackson

THINK GlobalSchool12 countries in 12 trimesters

Connect All SchoolsiEARN

My Story

Apple Distinguished EducatorsGlobal Awareness 2006

bull The World is Flat

bull A Whole New Mind

bull Berlin amp Prague

bull Rethink Global Awareness

Classroom 20

Link

Global Education Conference

httpglobaleducationconferencecom

Over 500000 unique visitors

Over 10000 Members from 142 Countries

Steve Hargadon

Closing Session

2010 - Brian Mannix

2010 - Polar Bears International

2010 - Catlin Gabel School

bull Program Information

2011 - Pam Allyn - LitWorld

2011 - Greg Jacobs - Louder Than a Bomb

2011 - The Shoah Foundation

Project Examples

Dan Meyer

httpvimeocom19507645

ADE Application

Google Lit TripsJerome Burg

A Whole New MindKarl Fisch

The iEARN Project Book

Recommendations

bull Learn to network network to learn

bull Keep it authentic

bull Start small and design very structured projects

bull Join an existing group project

bull Develop a customized vision of 21st century learning for your classroom school and district

WHY NOWoline73 Can you distill why globally connected classrooms are vital in 2010

Photo source

We have urgent problems that need to be addressed and in order to prepare our students to work on these problems we must connect them globally We must teach them how networked learning leads to networked problem solving

httpsgsgmodernizingedu

lucylucygrayconsultingcom

Twitter elemenous

Page 45: Modernizing Education

0

25

50

75

100

1994 1996 1998 2000 2002

K-12 Classroom Internet Connectivity

Classroom Internet Connectivity

2007

Coming Soon to Campus The New Free Agent Learner Julie Evans CEO-Project Tomorrow Campus Technology 09 Jul 27 2009

Class of 2011 ndash recently graduated seniors 8th grade

Class of 2013 ndash current juniors 6th grade

Class of 2015 ndash current freshman class 4th grade

How digitally ldquonativerdquo are these students

What are their expectations for learning

Implications for Schools

bull Need for strategic human capital planning

bull Need for increased targeted sustained personalized and thoughtful professional development

bull Need for long range planning for studentsrsquo use of technology Requires schools to think of skills sets needed by students at various points in their academic careers while gauging the future of technology

Learning Environments

NYCrsquos The School of One

bull Summer school pilot

bull Middle school math

bull Flexible space

bull Personalized curriculum

bull Regular assessments

bull Variety in delivery of instruction

bull Lesson plan bank

bull Partnered with publishers

NYCrsquos The School of One

bull Summer school pilot

bull Middle school math

bull Flexible space

bull Personalized curriculum

bull Regular assessments

bull Variety in delivery of instruction

bull Lesson plan bank

bull Partnered with publishers

ReImagine Ed

The Third Teacher

You Media

So what

bull Networked learning You must be open to at least letting your kids drive the technology use in your classrooms Be willing to engage them in the ways that they learn best

bull Generational diversity Change is not going to happen without schools working as teams to examine at longitudinal goals

bull 21st century skills The art of teaching comes through via the weaving of 21st century themes into core content You need to provide guidance and be thoughtful when designing classroom activities

bull Learning environments Just as wersquove looked at the whole child we need to start emphasizing the whole learning environment Personalized learning for both students and teachers is important

Getting Started

ISTE Standards

Students Teachers and Administrators

Technology Integration Framework Woodstock (IL) CUSD 200

Various Approaches

bull LoTI

bull University of South Florida Matrix

bull Arizona matrix

bull Using Technology with Classroom Instruction that Works

bull Challenge Based Learning

bull TPACK

bull SMAR

University of South Floridarsquos Tech Intergration Matrix

Grapplingrsquos Technology and Learning Spectrum

A world class education system should call for

globally connected schools

bullThe influence of new media

bullThe push for 21st century skills

bullThe ldquohighly connected teacherrdquo

bullThe urgency presented by complex global problems

CCSSO and Asia Societyrsquos PGL

bull New resource on global competence

bull Download a copy here

From Educating for Global Competence Preparing our Youth to Engage the World

Esther Wojcicki and Michael Levine Teaching for a Shared Future American Educators

Need to Think Globally

EdWeek Global Learning blog by Tony Jackson

THINK GlobalSchool12 countries in 12 trimesters

Connect All SchoolsiEARN

My Story

Apple Distinguished EducatorsGlobal Awareness 2006

bull The World is Flat

bull A Whole New Mind

bull Berlin amp Prague

bull Rethink Global Awareness

Classroom 20

Link

Global Education Conference

httpglobaleducationconferencecom

Over 500000 unique visitors

Over 10000 Members from 142 Countries

Steve Hargadon

Closing Session

2010 - Brian Mannix

2010 - Polar Bears International

2010 - Catlin Gabel School

bull Program Information

2011 - Pam Allyn - LitWorld

2011 - Greg Jacobs - Louder Than a Bomb

2011 - The Shoah Foundation

Project Examples

Dan Meyer

httpvimeocom19507645

ADE Application

Google Lit TripsJerome Burg

A Whole New MindKarl Fisch

The iEARN Project Book

Recommendations

bull Learn to network network to learn

bull Keep it authentic

bull Start small and design very structured projects

bull Join an existing group project

bull Develop a customized vision of 21st century learning for your classroom school and district

WHY NOWoline73 Can you distill why globally connected classrooms are vital in 2010

Photo source

We have urgent problems that need to be addressed and in order to prepare our students to work on these problems we must connect them globally We must teach them how networked learning leads to networked problem solving

httpsgsgmodernizingedu

lucylucygrayconsultingcom

Twitter elemenous

Page 46: Modernizing Education

Class of 2011 ndash recently graduated seniors 8th grade

Class of 2013 ndash current juniors 6th grade

Class of 2015 ndash current freshman class 4th grade

How digitally ldquonativerdquo are these students

What are their expectations for learning

Implications for Schools

bull Need for strategic human capital planning

bull Need for increased targeted sustained personalized and thoughtful professional development

bull Need for long range planning for studentsrsquo use of technology Requires schools to think of skills sets needed by students at various points in their academic careers while gauging the future of technology

Learning Environments

NYCrsquos The School of One

bull Summer school pilot

bull Middle school math

bull Flexible space

bull Personalized curriculum

bull Regular assessments

bull Variety in delivery of instruction

bull Lesson plan bank

bull Partnered with publishers

NYCrsquos The School of One

bull Summer school pilot

bull Middle school math

bull Flexible space

bull Personalized curriculum

bull Regular assessments

bull Variety in delivery of instruction

bull Lesson plan bank

bull Partnered with publishers

ReImagine Ed

The Third Teacher

You Media

So what

bull Networked learning You must be open to at least letting your kids drive the technology use in your classrooms Be willing to engage them in the ways that they learn best

bull Generational diversity Change is not going to happen without schools working as teams to examine at longitudinal goals

bull 21st century skills The art of teaching comes through via the weaving of 21st century themes into core content You need to provide guidance and be thoughtful when designing classroom activities

bull Learning environments Just as wersquove looked at the whole child we need to start emphasizing the whole learning environment Personalized learning for both students and teachers is important

Getting Started

ISTE Standards

Students Teachers and Administrators

Technology Integration Framework Woodstock (IL) CUSD 200

Various Approaches

bull LoTI

bull University of South Florida Matrix

bull Arizona matrix

bull Using Technology with Classroom Instruction that Works

bull Challenge Based Learning

bull TPACK

bull SMAR

University of South Floridarsquos Tech Intergration Matrix

Grapplingrsquos Technology and Learning Spectrum

A world class education system should call for

globally connected schools

bullThe influence of new media

bullThe push for 21st century skills

bullThe ldquohighly connected teacherrdquo

bullThe urgency presented by complex global problems

CCSSO and Asia Societyrsquos PGL

bull New resource on global competence

bull Download a copy here

From Educating for Global Competence Preparing our Youth to Engage the World

Esther Wojcicki and Michael Levine Teaching for a Shared Future American Educators

Need to Think Globally

EdWeek Global Learning blog by Tony Jackson

THINK GlobalSchool12 countries in 12 trimesters

Connect All SchoolsiEARN

My Story

Apple Distinguished EducatorsGlobal Awareness 2006

bull The World is Flat

bull A Whole New Mind

bull Berlin amp Prague

bull Rethink Global Awareness

Classroom 20

Link

Global Education Conference

httpglobaleducationconferencecom

Over 500000 unique visitors

Over 10000 Members from 142 Countries

Steve Hargadon

Closing Session

2010 - Brian Mannix

2010 - Polar Bears International

2010 - Catlin Gabel School

bull Program Information

2011 - Pam Allyn - LitWorld

2011 - Greg Jacobs - Louder Than a Bomb

2011 - The Shoah Foundation

Project Examples

Dan Meyer

httpvimeocom19507645

ADE Application

Google Lit TripsJerome Burg

A Whole New MindKarl Fisch

The iEARN Project Book

Recommendations

bull Learn to network network to learn

bull Keep it authentic

bull Start small and design very structured projects

bull Join an existing group project

bull Develop a customized vision of 21st century learning for your classroom school and district

WHY NOWoline73 Can you distill why globally connected classrooms are vital in 2010

Photo source

We have urgent problems that need to be addressed and in order to prepare our students to work on these problems we must connect them globally We must teach them how networked learning leads to networked problem solving

httpsgsgmodernizingedu

lucylucygrayconsultingcom

Twitter elemenous

Page 47: Modernizing Education

Implications for Schools

bull Need for strategic human capital planning

bull Need for increased targeted sustained personalized and thoughtful professional development

bull Need for long range planning for studentsrsquo use of technology Requires schools to think of skills sets needed by students at various points in their academic careers while gauging the future of technology

Learning Environments

NYCrsquos The School of One

bull Summer school pilot

bull Middle school math

bull Flexible space

bull Personalized curriculum

bull Regular assessments

bull Variety in delivery of instruction

bull Lesson plan bank

bull Partnered with publishers

NYCrsquos The School of One

bull Summer school pilot

bull Middle school math

bull Flexible space

bull Personalized curriculum

bull Regular assessments

bull Variety in delivery of instruction

bull Lesson plan bank

bull Partnered with publishers

ReImagine Ed

The Third Teacher

You Media

So what

bull Networked learning You must be open to at least letting your kids drive the technology use in your classrooms Be willing to engage them in the ways that they learn best

bull Generational diversity Change is not going to happen without schools working as teams to examine at longitudinal goals

bull 21st century skills The art of teaching comes through via the weaving of 21st century themes into core content You need to provide guidance and be thoughtful when designing classroom activities

bull Learning environments Just as wersquove looked at the whole child we need to start emphasizing the whole learning environment Personalized learning for both students and teachers is important

Getting Started

ISTE Standards

Students Teachers and Administrators

Technology Integration Framework Woodstock (IL) CUSD 200

Various Approaches

bull LoTI

bull University of South Florida Matrix

bull Arizona matrix

bull Using Technology with Classroom Instruction that Works

bull Challenge Based Learning

bull TPACK

bull SMAR

University of South Floridarsquos Tech Intergration Matrix

Grapplingrsquos Technology and Learning Spectrum

A world class education system should call for

globally connected schools

bullThe influence of new media

bullThe push for 21st century skills

bullThe ldquohighly connected teacherrdquo

bullThe urgency presented by complex global problems

CCSSO and Asia Societyrsquos PGL

bull New resource on global competence

bull Download a copy here

From Educating for Global Competence Preparing our Youth to Engage the World

Esther Wojcicki and Michael Levine Teaching for a Shared Future American Educators

Need to Think Globally

EdWeek Global Learning blog by Tony Jackson

THINK GlobalSchool12 countries in 12 trimesters

Connect All SchoolsiEARN

My Story

Apple Distinguished EducatorsGlobal Awareness 2006

bull The World is Flat

bull A Whole New Mind

bull Berlin amp Prague

bull Rethink Global Awareness

Classroom 20

Link

Global Education Conference

httpglobaleducationconferencecom

Over 500000 unique visitors

Over 10000 Members from 142 Countries

Steve Hargadon

Closing Session

2010 - Brian Mannix

2010 - Polar Bears International

2010 - Catlin Gabel School

bull Program Information

2011 - Pam Allyn - LitWorld

2011 - Greg Jacobs - Louder Than a Bomb

2011 - The Shoah Foundation

Project Examples

Dan Meyer

httpvimeocom19507645

ADE Application

Google Lit TripsJerome Burg

A Whole New MindKarl Fisch

The iEARN Project Book

Recommendations

bull Learn to network network to learn

bull Keep it authentic

bull Start small and design very structured projects

bull Join an existing group project

bull Develop a customized vision of 21st century learning for your classroom school and district

WHY NOWoline73 Can you distill why globally connected classrooms are vital in 2010

Photo source

We have urgent problems that need to be addressed and in order to prepare our students to work on these problems we must connect them globally We must teach them how networked learning leads to networked problem solving

httpsgsgmodernizingedu

lucylucygrayconsultingcom

Twitter elemenous

Page 48: Modernizing Education

Learning Environments

NYCrsquos The School of One

bull Summer school pilot

bull Middle school math

bull Flexible space

bull Personalized curriculum

bull Regular assessments

bull Variety in delivery of instruction

bull Lesson plan bank

bull Partnered with publishers

NYCrsquos The School of One

bull Summer school pilot

bull Middle school math

bull Flexible space

bull Personalized curriculum

bull Regular assessments

bull Variety in delivery of instruction

bull Lesson plan bank

bull Partnered with publishers

ReImagine Ed

The Third Teacher

You Media

So what

bull Networked learning You must be open to at least letting your kids drive the technology use in your classrooms Be willing to engage them in the ways that they learn best

bull Generational diversity Change is not going to happen without schools working as teams to examine at longitudinal goals

bull 21st century skills The art of teaching comes through via the weaving of 21st century themes into core content You need to provide guidance and be thoughtful when designing classroom activities

bull Learning environments Just as wersquove looked at the whole child we need to start emphasizing the whole learning environment Personalized learning for both students and teachers is important

Getting Started

ISTE Standards

Students Teachers and Administrators

Technology Integration Framework Woodstock (IL) CUSD 200

Various Approaches

bull LoTI

bull University of South Florida Matrix

bull Arizona matrix

bull Using Technology with Classroom Instruction that Works

bull Challenge Based Learning

bull TPACK

bull SMAR

University of South Floridarsquos Tech Intergration Matrix

Grapplingrsquos Technology and Learning Spectrum

A world class education system should call for

globally connected schools

bullThe influence of new media

bullThe push for 21st century skills

bullThe ldquohighly connected teacherrdquo

bullThe urgency presented by complex global problems

CCSSO and Asia Societyrsquos PGL

bull New resource on global competence

bull Download a copy here

From Educating for Global Competence Preparing our Youth to Engage the World

Esther Wojcicki and Michael Levine Teaching for a Shared Future American Educators

Need to Think Globally

EdWeek Global Learning blog by Tony Jackson

THINK GlobalSchool12 countries in 12 trimesters

Connect All SchoolsiEARN

My Story

Apple Distinguished EducatorsGlobal Awareness 2006

bull The World is Flat

bull A Whole New Mind

bull Berlin amp Prague

bull Rethink Global Awareness

Classroom 20

Link

Global Education Conference

httpglobaleducationconferencecom

Over 500000 unique visitors

Over 10000 Members from 142 Countries

Steve Hargadon

Closing Session

2010 - Brian Mannix

2010 - Polar Bears International

2010 - Catlin Gabel School

bull Program Information

2011 - Pam Allyn - LitWorld

2011 - Greg Jacobs - Louder Than a Bomb

2011 - The Shoah Foundation

Project Examples

Dan Meyer

httpvimeocom19507645

ADE Application

Google Lit TripsJerome Burg

A Whole New MindKarl Fisch

The iEARN Project Book

Recommendations

bull Learn to network network to learn

bull Keep it authentic

bull Start small and design very structured projects

bull Join an existing group project

bull Develop a customized vision of 21st century learning for your classroom school and district

WHY NOWoline73 Can you distill why globally connected classrooms are vital in 2010

Photo source

We have urgent problems that need to be addressed and in order to prepare our students to work on these problems we must connect them globally We must teach them how networked learning leads to networked problem solving

httpsgsgmodernizingedu

lucylucygrayconsultingcom

Twitter elemenous

Page 49: Modernizing Education

NYCrsquos The School of One

bull Summer school pilot

bull Middle school math

bull Flexible space

bull Personalized curriculum

bull Regular assessments

bull Variety in delivery of instruction

bull Lesson plan bank

bull Partnered with publishers

NYCrsquos The School of One

bull Summer school pilot

bull Middle school math

bull Flexible space

bull Personalized curriculum

bull Regular assessments

bull Variety in delivery of instruction

bull Lesson plan bank

bull Partnered with publishers

ReImagine Ed

The Third Teacher

You Media

So what

bull Networked learning You must be open to at least letting your kids drive the technology use in your classrooms Be willing to engage them in the ways that they learn best

bull Generational diversity Change is not going to happen without schools working as teams to examine at longitudinal goals

bull 21st century skills The art of teaching comes through via the weaving of 21st century themes into core content You need to provide guidance and be thoughtful when designing classroom activities

bull Learning environments Just as wersquove looked at the whole child we need to start emphasizing the whole learning environment Personalized learning for both students and teachers is important

Getting Started

ISTE Standards

Students Teachers and Administrators

Technology Integration Framework Woodstock (IL) CUSD 200

Various Approaches

bull LoTI

bull University of South Florida Matrix

bull Arizona matrix

bull Using Technology with Classroom Instruction that Works

bull Challenge Based Learning

bull TPACK

bull SMAR

University of South Floridarsquos Tech Intergration Matrix

Grapplingrsquos Technology and Learning Spectrum

A world class education system should call for

globally connected schools

bullThe influence of new media

bullThe push for 21st century skills

bullThe ldquohighly connected teacherrdquo

bullThe urgency presented by complex global problems

CCSSO and Asia Societyrsquos PGL

bull New resource on global competence

bull Download a copy here

From Educating for Global Competence Preparing our Youth to Engage the World

Esther Wojcicki and Michael Levine Teaching for a Shared Future American Educators

Need to Think Globally

EdWeek Global Learning blog by Tony Jackson

THINK GlobalSchool12 countries in 12 trimesters

Connect All SchoolsiEARN

My Story

Apple Distinguished EducatorsGlobal Awareness 2006

bull The World is Flat

bull A Whole New Mind

bull Berlin amp Prague

bull Rethink Global Awareness

Classroom 20

Link

Global Education Conference

httpglobaleducationconferencecom

Over 500000 unique visitors

Over 10000 Members from 142 Countries

Steve Hargadon

Closing Session

2010 - Brian Mannix

2010 - Polar Bears International

2010 - Catlin Gabel School

bull Program Information

2011 - Pam Allyn - LitWorld

2011 - Greg Jacobs - Louder Than a Bomb

2011 - The Shoah Foundation

Project Examples

Dan Meyer

httpvimeocom19507645

ADE Application

Google Lit TripsJerome Burg

A Whole New MindKarl Fisch

The iEARN Project Book

Recommendations

bull Learn to network network to learn

bull Keep it authentic

bull Start small and design very structured projects

bull Join an existing group project

bull Develop a customized vision of 21st century learning for your classroom school and district

WHY NOWoline73 Can you distill why globally connected classrooms are vital in 2010

Photo source

We have urgent problems that need to be addressed and in order to prepare our students to work on these problems we must connect them globally We must teach them how networked learning leads to networked problem solving

httpsgsgmodernizingedu

lucylucygrayconsultingcom

Twitter elemenous

Page 50: Modernizing Education

NYCrsquos The School of One

bull Summer school pilot

bull Middle school math

bull Flexible space

bull Personalized curriculum

bull Regular assessments

bull Variety in delivery of instruction

bull Lesson plan bank

bull Partnered with publishers

ReImagine Ed

The Third Teacher

You Media

So what

bull Networked learning You must be open to at least letting your kids drive the technology use in your classrooms Be willing to engage them in the ways that they learn best

bull Generational diversity Change is not going to happen without schools working as teams to examine at longitudinal goals

bull 21st century skills The art of teaching comes through via the weaving of 21st century themes into core content You need to provide guidance and be thoughtful when designing classroom activities

bull Learning environments Just as wersquove looked at the whole child we need to start emphasizing the whole learning environment Personalized learning for both students and teachers is important

Getting Started

ISTE Standards

Students Teachers and Administrators

Technology Integration Framework Woodstock (IL) CUSD 200

Various Approaches

bull LoTI

bull University of South Florida Matrix

bull Arizona matrix

bull Using Technology with Classroom Instruction that Works

bull Challenge Based Learning

bull TPACK

bull SMAR

University of South Floridarsquos Tech Intergration Matrix

Grapplingrsquos Technology and Learning Spectrum

A world class education system should call for

globally connected schools

bullThe influence of new media

bullThe push for 21st century skills

bullThe ldquohighly connected teacherrdquo

bullThe urgency presented by complex global problems

CCSSO and Asia Societyrsquos PGL

bull New resource on global competence

bull Download a copy here

From Educating for Global Competence Preparing our Youth to Engage the World

Esther Wojcicki and Michael Levine Teaching for a Shared Future American Educators

Need to Think Globally

EdWeek Global Learning blog by Tony Jackson

THINK GlobalSchool12 countries in 12 trimesters

Connect All SchoolsiEARN

My Story

Apple Distinguished EducatorsGlobal Awareness 2006

bull The World is Flat

bull A Whole New Mind

bull Berlin amp Prague

bull Rethink Global Awareness

Classroom 20

Link

Global Education Conference

httpglobaleducationconferencecom

Over 500000 unique visitors

Over 10000 Members from 142 Countries

Steve Hargadon

Closing Session

2010 - Brian Mannix

2010 - Polar Bears International

2010 - Catlin Gabel School

bull Program Information

2011 - Pam Allyn - LitWorld

2011 - Greg Jacobs - Louder Than a Bomb

2011 - The Shoah Foundation

Project Examples

Dan Meyer

httpvimeocom19507645

ADE Application

Google Lit TripsJerome Burg

A Whole New MindKarl Fisch

The iEARN Project Book

Recommendations

bull Learn to network network to learn

bull Keep it authentic

bull Start small and design very structured projects

bull Join an existing group project

bull Develop a customized vision of 21st century learning for your classroom school and district

WHY NOWoline73 Can you distill why globally connected classrooms are vital in 2010

Photo source

We have urgent problems that need to be addressed and in order to prepare our students to work on these problems we must connect them globally We must teach them how networked learning leads to networked problem solving

httpsgsgmodernizingedu

lucylucygrayconsultingcom

Twitter elemenous

Page 51: Modernizing Education

ReImagine Ed

The Third Teacher

You Media

So what

bull Networked learning You must be open to at least letting your kids drive the technology use in your classrooms Be willing to engage them in the ways that they learn best

bull Generational diversity Change is not going to happen without schools working as teams to examine at longitudinal goals

bull 21st century skills The art of teaching comes through via the weaving of 21st century themes into core content You need to provide guidance and be thoughtful when designing classroom activities

bull Learning environments Just as wersquove looked at the whole child we need to start emphasizing the whole learning environment Personalized learning for both students and teachers is important

Getting Started

ISTE Standards

Students Teachers and Administrators

Technology Integration Framework Woodstock (IL) CUSD 200

Various Approaches

bull LoTI

bull University of South Florida Matrix

bull Arizona matrix

bull Using Technology with Classroom Instruction that Works

bull Challenge Based Learning

bull TPACK

bull SMAR

University of South Floridarsquos Tech Intergration Matrix

Grapplingrsquos Technology and Learning Spectrum

A world class education system should call for

globally connected schools

bullThe influence of new media

bullThe push for 21st century skills

bullThe ldquohighly connected teacherrdquo

bullThe urgency presented by complex global problems

CCSSO and Asia Societyrsquos PGL

bull New resource on global competence

bull Download a copy here

From Educating for Global Competence Preparing our Youth to Engage the World

Esther Wojcicki and Michael Levine Teaching for a Shared Future American Educators

Need to Think Globally

EdWeek Global Learning blog by Tony Jackson

THINK GlobalSchool12 countries in 12 trimesters

Connect All SchoolsiEARN

My Story

Apple Distinguished EducatorsGlobal Awareness 2006

bull The World is Flat

bull A Whole New Mind

bull Berlin amp Prague

bull Rethink Global Awareness

Classroom 20

Link

Global Education Conference

httpglobaleducationconferencecom

Over 500000 unique visitors

Over 10000 Members from 142 Countries

Steve Hargadon

Closing Session

2010 - Brian Mannix

2010 - Polar Bears International

2010 - Catlin Gabel School

bull Program Information

2011 - Pam Allyn - LitWorld

2011 - Greg Jacobs - Louder Than a Bomb

2011 - The Shoah Foundation

Project Examples

Dan Meyer

httpvimeocom19507645

ADE Application

Google Lit TripsJerome Burg

A Whole New MindKarl Fisch

The iEARN Project Book

Recommendations

bull Learn to network network to learn

bull Keep it authentic

bull Start small and design very structured projects

bull Join an existing group project

bull Develop a customized vision of 21st century learning for your classroom school and district

WHY NOWoline73 Can you distill why globally connected classrooms are vital in 2010

Photo source

We have urgent problems that need to be addressed and in order to prepare our students to work on these problems we must connect them globally We must teach them how networked learning leads to networked problem solving

httpsgsgmodernizingedu

lucylucygrayconsultingcom

Twitter elemenous

Page 52: Modernizing Education

The Third Teacher

You Media

So what

bull Networked learning You must be open to at least letting your kids drive the technology use in your classrooms Be willing to engage them in the ways that they learn best

bull Generational diversity Change is not going to happen without schools working as teams to examine at longitudinal goals

bull 21st century skills The art of teaching comes through via the weaving of 21st century themes into core content You need to provide guidance and be thoughtful when designing classroom activities

bull Learning environments Just as wersquove looked at the whole child we need to start emphasizing the whole learning environment Personalized learning for both students and teachers is important

Getting Started

ISTE Standards

Students Teachers and Administrators

Technology Integration Framework Woodstock (IL) CUSD 200

Various Approaches

bull LoTI

bull University of South Florida Matrix

bull Arizona matrix

bull Using Technology with Classroom Instruction that Works

bull Challenge Based Learning

bull TPACK

bull SMAR

University of South Floridarsquos Tech Intergration Matrix

Grapplingrsquos Technology and Learning Spectrum

A world class education system should call for

globally connected schools

bullThe influence of new media

bullThe push for 21st century skills

bullThe ldquohighly connected teacherrdquo

bullThe urgency presented by complex global problems

CCSSO and Asia Societyrsquos PGL

bull New resource on global competence

bull Download a copy here

From Educating for Global Competence Preparing our Youth to Engage the World

Esther Wojcicki and Michael Levine Teaching for a Shared Future American Educators

Need to Think Globally

EdWeek Global Learning blog by Tony Jackson

THINK GlobalSchool12 countries in 12 trimesters

Connect All SchoolsiEARN

My Story

Apple Distinguished EducatorsGlobal Awareness 2006

bull The World is Flat

bull A Whole New Mind

bull Berlin amp Prague

bull Rethink Global Awareness

Classroom 20

Link

Global Education Conference

httpglobaleducationconferencecom

Over 500000 unique visitors

Over 10000 Members from 142 Countries

Steve Hargadon

Closing Session

2010 - Brian Mannix

2010 - Polar Bears International

2010 - Catlin Gabel School

bull Program Information

2011 - Pam Allyn - LitWorld

2011 - Greg Jacobs - Louder Than a Bomb

2011 - The Shoah Foundation

Project Examples

Dan Meyer

httpvimeocom19507645

ADE Application

Google Lit TripsJerome Burg

A Whole New MindKarl Fisch

The iEARN Project Book

Recommendations

bull Learn to network network to learn

bull Keep it authentic

bull Start small and design very structured projects

bull Join an existing group project

bull Develop a customized vision of 21st century learning for your classroom school and district

WHY NOWoline73 Can you distill why globally connected classrooms are vital in 2010

Photo source

We have urgent problems that need to be addressed and in order to prepare our students to work on these problems we must connect them globally We must teach them how networked learning leads to networked problem solving

httpsgsgmodernizingedu

lucylucygrayconsultingcom

Twitter elemenous

Page 53: Modernizing Education

You Media

So what

bull Networked learning You must be open to at least letting your kids drive the technology use in your classrooms Be willing to engage them in the ways that they learn best

bull Generational diversity Change is not going to happen without schools working as teams to examine at longitudinal goals

bull 21st century skills The art of teaching comes through via the weaving of 21st century themes into core content You need to provide guidance and be thoughtful when designing classroom activities

bull Learning environments Just as wersquove looked at the whole child we need to start emphasizing the whole learning environment Personalized learning for both students and teachers is important

Getting Started

ISTE Standards

Students Teachers and Administrators

Technology Integration Framework Woodstock (IL) CUSD 200

Various Approaches

bull LoTI

bull University of South Florida Matrix

bull Arizona matrix

bull Using Technology with Classroom Instruction that Works

bull Challenge Based Learning

bull TPACK

bull SMAR

University of South Floridarsquos Tech Intergration Matrix

Grapplingrsquos Technology and Learning Spectrum

A world class education system should call for

globally connected schools

bullThe influence of new media

bullThe push for 21st century skills

bullThe ldquohighly connected teacherrdquo

bullThe urgency presented by complex global problems

CCSSO and Asia Societyrsquos PGL

bull New resource on global competence

bull Download a copy here

From Educating for Global Competence Preparing our Youth to Engage the World

Esther Wojcicki and Michael Levine Teaching for a Shared Future American Educators

Need to Think Globally

EdWeek Global Learning blog by Tony Jackson

THINK GlobalSchool12 countries in 12 trimesters

Connect All SchoolsiEARN

My Story

Apple Distinguished EducatorsGlobal Awareness 2006

bull The World is Flat

bull A Whole New Mind

bull Berlin amp Prague

bull Rethink Global Awareness

Classroom 20

Link

Global Education Conference

httpglobaleducationconferencecom

Over 500000 unique visitors

Over 10000 Members from 142 Countries

Steve Hargadon

Closing Session

2010 - Brian Mannix

2010 - Polar Bears International

2010 - Catlin Gabel School

bull Program Information

2011 - Pam Allyn - LitWorld

2011 - Greg Jacobs - Louder Than a Bomb

2011 - The Shoah Foundation

Project Examples

Dan Meyer

httpvimeocom19507645

ADE Application

Google Lit TripsJerome Burg

A Whole New MindKarl Fisch

The iEARN Project Book

Recommendations

bull Learn to network network to learn

bull Keep it authentic

bull Start small and design very structured projects

bull Join an existing group project

bull Develop a customized vision of 21st century learning for your classroom school and district

WHY NOWoline73 Can you distill why globally connected classrooms are vital in 2010

Photo source

We have urgent problems that need to be addressed and in order to prepare our students to work on these problems we must connect them globally We must teach them how networked learning leads to networked problem solving

httpsgsgmodernizingedu

lucylucygrayconsultingcom

Twitter elemenous

Page 54: Modernizing Education

So what

bull Networked learning You must be open to at least letting your kids drive the technology use in your classrooms Be willing to engage them in the ways that they learn best

bull Generational diversity Change is not going to happen without schools working as teams to examine at longitudinal goals

bull 21st century skills The art of teaching comes through via the weaving of 21st century themes into core content You need to provide guidance and be thoughtful when designing classroom activities

bull Learning environments Just as wersquove looked at the whole child we need to start emphasizing the whole learning environment Personalized learning for both students and teachers is important

Getting Started

ISTE Standards

Students Teachers and Administrators

Technology Integration Framework Woodstock (IL) CUSD 200

Various Approaches

bull LoTI

bull University of South Florida Matrix

bull Arizona matrix

bull Using Technology with Classroom Instruction that Works

bull Challenge Based Learning

bull TPACK

bull SMAR

University of South Floridarsquos Tech Intergration Matrix

Grapplingrsquos Technology and Learning Spectrum

A world class education system should call for

globally connected schools

bullThe influence of new media

bullThe push for 21st century skills

bullThe ldquohighly connected teacherrdquo

bullThe urgency presented by complex global problems

CCSSO and Asia Societyrsquos PGL

bull New resource on global competence

bull Download a copy here

From Educating for Global Competence Preparing our Youth to Engage the World

Esther Wojcicki and Michael Levine Teaching for a Shared Future American Educators

Need to Think Globally

EdWeek Global Learning blog by Tony Jackson

THINK GlobalSchool12 countries in 12 trimesters

Connect All SchoolsiEARN

My Story

Apple Distinguished EducatorsGlobal Awareness 2006

bull The World is Flat

bull A Whole New Mind

bull Berlin amp Prague

bull Rethink Global Awareness

Classroom 20

Link

Global Education Conference

httpglobaleducationconferencecom

Over 500000 unique visitors

Over 10000 Members from 142 Countries

Steve Hargadon

Closing Session

2010 - Brian Mannix

2010 - Polar Bears International

2010 - Catlin Gabel School

bull Program Information

2011 - Pam Allyn - LitWorld

2011 - Greg Jacobs - Louder Than a Bomb

2011 - The Shoah Foundation

Project Examples

Dan Meyer

httpvimeocom19507645

ADE Application

Google Lit TripsJerome Burg

A Whole New MindKarl Fisch

The iEARN Project Book

Recommendations

bull Learn to network network to learn

bull Keep it authentic

bull Start small and design very structured projects

bull Join an existing group project

bull Develop a customized vision of 21st century learning for your classroom school and district

WHY NOWoline73 Can you distill why globally connected classrooms are vital in 2010

Photo source

We have urgent problems that need to be addressed and in order to prepare our students to work on these problems we must connect them globally We must teach them how networked learning leads to networked problem solving

httpsgsgmodernizingedu

lucylucygrayconsultingcom

Twitter elemenous

Page 55: Modernizing Education

Getting Started

ISTE Standards

Students Teachers and Administrators

Technology Integration Framework Woodstock (IL) CUSD 200

Various Approaches

bull LoTI

bull University of South Florida Matrix

bull Arizona matrix

bull Using Technology with Classroom Instruction that Works

bull Challenge Based Learning

bull TPACK

bull SMAR

University of South Floridarsquos Tech Intergration Matrix

Grapplingrsquos Technology and Learning Spectrum

A world class education system should call for

globally connected schools

bullThe influence of new media

bullThe push for 21st century skills

bullThe ldquohighly connected teacherrdquo

bullThe urgency presented by complex global problems

CCSSO and Asia Societyrsquos PGL

bull New resource on global competence

bull Download a copy here

From Educating for Global Competence Preparing our Youth to Engage the World

Esther Wojcicki and Michael Levine Teaching for a Shared Future American Educators

Need to Think Globally

EdWeek Global Learning blog by Tony Jackson

THINK GlobalSchool12 countries in 12 trimesters

Connect All SchoolsiEARN

My Story

Apple Distinguished EducatorsGlobal Awareness 2006

bull The World is Flat

bull A Whole New Mind

bull Berlin amp Prague

bull Rethink Global Awareness

Classroom 20

Link

Global Education Conference

httpglobaleducationconferencecom

Over 500000 unique visitors

Over 10000 Members from 142 Countries

Steve Hargadon

Closing Session

2010 - Brian Mannix

2010 - Polar Bears International

2010 - Catlin Gabel School

bull Program Information

2011 - Pam Allyn - LitWorld

2011 - Greg Jacobs - Louder Than a Bomb

2011 - The Shoah Foundation

Project Examples

Dan Meyer

httpvimeocom19507645

ADE Application

Google Lit TripsJerome Burg

A Whole New MindKarl Fisch

The iEARN Project Book

Recommendations

bull Learn to network network to learn

bull Keep it authentic

bull Start small and design very structured projects

bull Join an existing group project

bull Develop a customized vision of 21st century learning for your classroom school and district

WHY NOWoline73 Can you distill why globally connected classrooms are vital in 2010

Photo source

We have urgent problems that need to be addressed and in order to prepare our students to work on these problems we must connect them globally We must teach them how networked learning leads to networked problem solving

httpsgsgmodernizingedu

lucylucygrayconsultingcom

Twitter elemenous

Page 56: Modernizing Education

ISTE Standards

Students Teachers and Administrators

Technology Integration Framework Woodstock (IL) CUSD 200

Various Approaches

bull LoTI

bull University of South Florida Matrix

bull Arizona matrix

bull Using Technology with Classroom Instruction that Works

bull Challenge Based Learning

bull TPACK

bull SMAR

University of South Floridarsquos Tech Intergration Matrix

Grapplingrsquos Technology and Learning Spectrum

A world class education system should call for

globally connected schools

bullThe influence of new media

bullThe push for 21st century skills

bullThe ldquohighly connected teacherrdquo

bullThe urgency presented by complex global problems

CCSSO and Asia Societyrsquos PGL

bull New resource on global competence

bull Download a copy here

From Educating for Global Competence Preparing our Youth to Engage the World

Esther Wojcicki and Michael Levine Teaching for a Shared Future American Educators

Need to Think Globally

EdWeek Global Learning blog by Tony Jackson

THINK GlobalSchool12 countries in 12 trimesters

Connect All SchoolsiEARN

My Story

Apple Distinguished EducatorsGlobal Awareness 2006

bull The World is Flat

bull A Whole New Mind

bull Berlin amp Prague

bull Rethink Global Awareness

Classroom 20

Link

Global Education Conference

httpglobaleducationconferencecom

Over 500000 unique visitors

Over 10000 Members from 142 Countries

Steve Hargadon

Closing Session

2010 - Brian Mannix

2010 - Polar Bears International

2010 - Catlin Gabel School

bull Program Information

2011 - Pam Allyn - LitWorld

2011 - Greg Jacobs - Louder Than a Bomb

2011 - The Shoah Foundation

Project Examples

Dan Meyer

httpvimeocom19507645

ADE Application

Google Lit TripsJerome Burg

A Whole New MindKarl Fisch

The iEARN Project Book

Recommendations

bull Learn to network network to learn

bull Keep it authentic

bull Start small and design very structured projects

bull Join an existing group project

bull Develop a customized vision of 21st century learning for your classroom school and district

WHY NOWoline73 Can you distill why globally connected classrooms are vital in 2010

Photo source

We have urgent problems that need to be addressed and in order to prepare our students to work on these problems we must connect them globally We must teach them how networked learning leads to networked problem solving

httpsgsgmodernizingedu

lucylucygrayconsultingcom

Twitter elemenous

Page 57: Modernizing Education

Technology Integration Framework Woodstock (IL) CUSD 200

Various Approaches

bull LoTI

bull University of South Florida Matrix

bull Arizona matrix

bull Using Technology with Classroom Instruction that Works

bull Challenge Based Learning

bull TPACK

bull SMAR

University of South Floridarsquos Tech Intergration Matrix

Grapplingrsquos Technology and Learning Spectrum

A world class education system should call for

globally connected schools

bullThe influence of new media

bullThe push for 21st century skills

bullThe ldquohighly connected teacherrdquo

bullThe urgency presented by complex global problems

CCSSO and Asia Societyrsquos PGL

bull New resource on global competence

bull Download a copy here

From Educating for Global Competence Preparing our Youth to Engage the World

Esther Wojcicki and Michael Levine Teaching for a Shared Future American Educators

Need to Think Globally

EdWeek Global Learning blog by Tony Jackson

THINK GlobalSchool12 countries in 12 trimesters

Connect All SchoolsiEARN

My Story

Apple Distinguished EducatorsGlobal Awareness 2006

bull The World is Flat

bull A Whole New Mind

bull Berlin amp Prague

bull Rethink Global Awareness

Classroom 20

Link

Global Education Conference

httpglobaleducationconferencecom

Over 500000 unique visitors

Over 10000 Members from 142 Countries

Steve Hargadon

Closing Session

2010 - Brian Mannix

2010 - Polar Bears International

2010 - Catlin Gabel School

bull Program Information

2011 - Pam Allyn - LitWorld

2011 - Greg Jacobs - Louder Than a Bomb

2011 - The Shoah Foundation

Project Examples

Dan Meyer

httpvimeocom19507645

ADE Application

Google Lit TripsJerome Burg

A Whole New MindKarl Fisch

The iEARN Project Book

Recommendations

bull Learn to network network to learn

bull Keep it authentic

bull Start small and design very structured projects

bull Join an existing group project

bull Develop a customized vision of 21st century learning for your classroom school and district

WHY NOWoline73 Can you distill why globally connected classrooms are vital in 2010

Photo source

We have urgent problems that need to be addressed and in order to prepare our students to work on these problems we must connect them globally We must teach them how networked learning leads to networked problem solving

httpsgsgmodernizingedu

lucylucygrayconsultingcom

Twitter elemenous

Page 58: Modernizing Education

Various Approaches

bull LoTI

bull University of South Florida Matrix

bull Arizona matrix

bull Using Technology with Classroom Instruction that Works

bull Challenge Based Learning

bull TPACK

bull SMAR

University of South Floridarsquos Tech Intergration Matrix

Grapplingrsquos Technology and Learning Spectrum

A world class education system should call for

globally connected schools

bullThe influence of new media

bullThe push for 21st century skills

bullThe ldquohighly connected teacherrdquo

bullThe urgency presented by complex global problems

CCSSO and Asia Societyrsquos PGL

bull New resource on global competence

bull Download a copy here

From Educating for Global Competence Preparing our Youth to Engage the World

Esther Wojcicki and Michael Levine Teaching for a Shared Future American Educators

Need to Think Globally

EdWeek Global Learning blog by Tony Jackson

THINK GlobalSchool12 countries in 12 trimesters

Connect All SchoolsiEARN

My Story

Apple Distinguished EducatorsGlobal Awareness 2006

bull The World is Flat

bull A Whole New Mind

bull Berlin amp Prague

bull Rethink Global Awareness

Classroom 20

Link

Global Education Conference

httpglobaleducationconferencecom

Over 500000 unique visitors

Over 10000 Members from 142 Countries

Steve Hargadon

Closing Session

2010 - Brian Mannix

2010 - Polar Bears International

2010 - Catlin Gabel School

bull Program Information

2011 - Pam Allyn - LitWorld

2011 - Greg Jacobs - Louder Than a Bomb

2011 - The Shoah Foundation

Project Examples

Dan Meyer

httpvimeocom19507645

ADE Application

Google Lit TripsJerome Burg

A Whole New MindKarl Fisch

The iEARN Project Book

Recommendations

bull Learn to network network to learn

bull Keep it authentic

bull Start small and design very structured projects

bull Join an existing group project

bull Develop a customized vision of 21st century learning for your classroom school and district

WHY NOWoline73 Can you distill why globally connected classrooms are vital in 2010

Photo source

We have urgent problems that need to be addressed and in order to prepare our students to work on these problems we must connect them globally We must teach them how networked learning leads to networked problem solving

httpsgsgmodernizingedu

lucylucygrayconsultingcom

Twitter elemenous

Page 59: Modernizing Education

University of South Floridarsquos Tech Intergration Matrix

Grapplingrsquos Technology and Learning Spectrum

A world class education system should call for

globally connected schools

bullThe influence of new media

bullThe push for 21st century skills

bullThe ldquohighly connected teacherrdquo

bullThe urgency presented by complex global problems

CCSSO and Asia Societyrsquos PGL

bull New resource on global competence

bull Download a copy here

From Educating for Global Competence Preparing our Youth to Engage the World

Esther Wojcicki and Michael Levine Teaching for a Shared Future American Educators

Need to Think Globally

EdWeek Global Learning blog by Tony Jackson

THINK GlobalSchool12 countries in 12 trimesters

Connect All SchoolsiEARN

My Story

Apple Distinguished EducatorsGlobal Awareness 2006

bull The World is Flat

bull A Whole New Mind

bull Berlin amp Prague

bull Rethink Global Awareness

Classroom 20

Link

Global Education Conference

httpglobaleducationconferencecom

Over 500000 unique visitors

Over 10000 Members from 142 Countries

Steve Hargadon

Closing Session

2010 - Brian Mannix

2010 - Polar Bears International

2010 - Catlin Gabel School

bull Program Information

2011 - Pam Allyn - LitWorld

2011 - Greg Jacobs - Louder Than a Bomb

2011 - The Shoah Foundation

Project Examples

Dan Meyer

httpvimeocom19507645

ADE Application

Google Lit TripsJerome Burg

A Whole New MindKarl Fisch

The iEARN Project Book

Recommendations

bull Learn to network network to learn

bull Keep it authentic

bull Start small and design very structured projects

bull Join an existing group project

bull Develop a customized vision of 21st century learning for your classroom school and district

WHY NOWoline73 Can you distill why globally connected classrooms are vital in 2010

Photo source

We have urgent problems that need to be addressed and in order to prepare our students to work on these problems we must connect them globally We must teach them how networked learning leads to networked problem solving

httpsgsgmodernizingedu

lucylucygrayconsultingcom

Twitter elemenous

Page 60: Modernizing Education

Grapplingrsquos Technology and Learning Spectrum

A world class education system should call for

globally connected schools

bullThe influence of new media

bullThe push for 21st century skills

bullThe ldquohighly connected teacherrdquo

bullThe urgency presented by complex global problems

CCSSO and Asia Societyrsquos PGL

bull New resource on global competence

bull Download a copy here

From Educating for Global Competence Preparing our Youth to Engage the World

Esther Wojcicki and Michael Levine Teaching for a Shared Future American Educators

Need to Think Globally

EdWeek Global Learning blog by Tony Jackson

THINK GlobalSchool12 countries in 12 trimesters

Connect All SchoolsiEARN

My Story

Apple Distinguished EducatorsGlobal Awareness 2006

bull The World is Flat

bull A Whole New Mind

bull Berlin amp Prague

bull Rethink Global Awareness

Classroom 20

Link

Global Education Conference

httpglobaleducationconferencecom

Over 500000 unique visitors

Over 10000 Members from 142 Countries

Steve Hargadon

Closing Session

2010 - Brian Mannix

2010 - Polar Bears International

2010 - Catlin Gabel School

bull Program Information

2011 - Pam Allyn - LitWorld

2011 - Greg Jacobs - Louder Than a Bomb

2011 - The Shoah Foundation

Project Examples

Dan Meyer

httpvimeocom19507645

ADE Application

Google Lit TripsJerome Burg

A Whole New MindKarl Fisch

The iEARN Project Book

Recommendations

bull Learn to network network to learn

bull Keep it authentic

bull Start small and design very structured projects

bull Join an existing group project

bull Develop a customized vision of 21st century learning for your classroom school and district

WHY NOWoline73 Can you distill why globally connected classrooms are vital in 2010

Photo source

We have urgent problems that need to be addressed and in order to prepare our students to work on these problems we must connect them globally We must teach them how networked learning leads to networked problem solving

httpsgsgmodernizingedu

lucylucygrayconsultingcom

Twitter elemenous

Page 61: Modernizing Education

A world class education system should call for

globally connected schools

bullThe influence of new media

bullThe push for 21st century skills

bullThe ldquohighly connected teacherrdquo

bullThe urgency presented by complex global problems

CCSSO and Asia Societyrsquos PGL

bull New resource on global competence

bull Download a copy here

From Educating for Global Competence Preparing our Youth to Engage the World

Esther Wojcicki and Michael Levine Teaching for a Shared Future American Educators

Need to Think Globally

EdWeek Global Learning blog by Tony Jackson

THINK GlobalSchool12 countries in 12 trimesters

Connect All SchoolsiEARN

My Story

Apple Distinguished EducatorsGlobal Awareness 2006

bull The World is Flat

bull A Whole New Mind

bull Berlin amp Prague

bull Rethink Global Awareness

Classroom 20

Link

Global Education Conference

httpglobaleducationconferencecom

Over 500000 unique visitors

Over 10000 Members from 142 Countries

Steve Hargadon

Closing Session

2010 - Brian Mannix

2010 - Polar Bears International

2010 - Catlin Gabel School

bull Program Information

2011 - Pam Allyn - LitWorld

2011 - Greg Jacobs - Louder Than a Bomb

2011 - The Shoah Foundation

Project Examples

Dan Meyer

httpvimeocom19507645

ADE Application

Google Lit TripsJerome Burg

A Whole New MindKarl Fisch

The iEARN Project Book

Recommendations

bull Learn to network network to learn

bull Keep it authentic

bull Start small and design very structured projects

bull Join an existing group project

bull Develop a customized vision of 21st century learning for your classroom school and district

WHY NOWoline73 Can you distill why globally connected classrooms are vital in 2010

Photo source

We have urgent problems that need to be addressed and in order to prepare our students to work on these problems we must connect them globally We must teach them how networked learning leads to networked problem solving

httpsgsgmodernizingedu

lucylucygrayconsultingcom

Twitter elemenous

Page 62: Modernizing Education

bullThe influence of new media

bullThe push for 21st century skills

bullThe ldquohighly connected teacherrdquo

bullThe urgency presented by complex global problems

CCSSO and Asia Societyrsquos PGL

bull New resource on global competence

bull Download a copy here

From Educating for Global Competence Preparing our Youth to Engage the World

Esther Wojcicki and Michael Levine Teaching for a Shared Future American Educators

Need to Think Globally

EdWeek Global Learning blog by Tony Jackson

THINK GlobalSchool12 countries in 12 trimesters

Connect All SchoolsiEARN

My Story

Apple Distinguished EducatorsGlobal Awareness 2006

bull The World is Flat

bull A Whole New Mind

bull Berlin amp Prague

bull Rethink Global Awareness

Classroom 20

Link

Global Education Conference

httpglobaleducationconferencecom

Over 500000 unique visitors

Over 10000 Members from 142 Countries

Steve Hargadon

Closing Session

2010 - Brian Mannix

2010 - Polar Bears International

2010 - Catlin Gabel School

bull Program Information

2011 - Pam Allyn - LitWorld

2011 - Greg Jacobs - Louder Than a Bomb

2011 - The Shoah Foundation

Project Examples

Dan Meyer

httpvimeocom19507645

ADE Application

Google Lit TripsJerome Burg

A Whole New MindKarl Fisch

The iEARN Project Book

Recommendations

bull Learn to network network to learn

bull Keep it authentic

bull Start small and design very structured projects

bull Join an existing group project

bull Develop a customized vision of 21st century learning for your classroom school and district

WHY NOWoline73 Can you distill why globally connected classrooms are vital in 2010

Photo source

We have urgent problems that need to be addressed and in order to prepare our students to work on these problems we must connect them globally We must teach them how networked learning leads to networked problem solving

httpsgsgmodernizingedu

lucylucygrayconsultingcom

Twitter elemenous

Page 63: Modernizing Education

CCSSO and Asia Societyrsquos PGL

bull New resource on global competence

bull Download a copy here

From Educating for Global Competence Preparing our Youth to Engage the World

Esther Wojcicki and Michael Levine Teaching for a Shared Future American Educators

Need to Think Globally

EdWeek Global Learning blog by Tony Jackson

THINK GlobalSchool12 countries in 12 trimesters

Connect All SchoolsiEARN

My Story

Apple Distinguished EducatorsGlobal Awareness 2006

bull The World is Flat

bull A Whole New Mind

bull Berlin amp Prague

bull Rethink Global Awareness

Classroom 20

Link

Global Education Conference

httpglobaleducationconferencecom

Over 500000 unique visitors

Over 10000 Members from 142 Countries

Steve Hargadon

Closing Session

2010 - Brian Mannix

2010 - Polar Bears International

2010 - Catlin Gabel School

bull Program Information

2011 - Pam Allyn - LitWorld

2011 - Greg Jacobs - Louder Than a Bomb

2011 - The Shoah Foundation

Project Examples

Dan Meyer

httpvimeocom19507645

ADE Application

Google Lit TripsJerome Burg

A Whole New MindKarl Fisch

The iEARN Project Book

Recommendations

bull Learn to network network to learn

bull Keep it authentic

bull Start small and design very structured projects

bull Join an existing group project

bull Develop a customized vision of 21st century learning for your classroom school and district

WHY NOWoline73 Can you distill why globally connected classrooms are vital in 2010

Photo source

We have urgent problems that need to be addressed and in order to prepare our students to work on these problems we must connect them globally We must teach them how networked learning leads to networked problem solving

httpsgsgmodernizingedu

lucylucygrayconsultingcom

Twitter elemenous

Page 64: Modernizing Education

From Educating for Global Competence Preparing our Youth to Engage the World

Esther Wojcicki and Michael Levine Teaching for a Shared Future American Educators

Need to Think Globally

EdWeek Global Learning blog by Tony Jackson

THINK GlobalSchool12 countries in 12 trimesters

Connect All SchoolsiEARN

My Story

Apple Distinguished EducatorsGlobal Awareness 2006

bull The World is Flat

bull A Whole New Mind

bull Berlin amp Prague

bull Rethink Global Awareness

Classroom 20

Link

Global Education Conference

httpglobaleducationconferencecom

Over 500000 unique visitors

Over 10000 Members from 142 Countries

Steve Hargadon

Closing Session

2010 - Brian Mannix

2010 - Polar Bears International

2010 - Catlin Gabel School

bull Program Information

2011 - Pam Allyn - LitWorld

2011 - Greg Jacobs - Louder Than a Bomb

2011 - The Shoah Foundation

Project Examples

Dan Meyer

httpvimeocom19507645

ADE Application

Google Lit TripsJerome Burg

A Whole New MindKarl Fisch

The iEARN Project Book

Recommendations

bull Learn to network network to learn

bull Keep it authentic

bull Start small and design very structured projects

bull Join an existing group project

bull Develop a customized vision of 21st century learning for your classroom school and district

WHY NOWoline73 Can you distill why globally connected classrooms are vital in 2010

Photo source

We have urgent problems that need to be addressed and in order to prepare our students to work on these problems we must connect them globally We must teach them how networked learning leads to networked problem solving

httpsgsgmodernizingedu

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Esther Wojcicki and Michael Levine Teaching for a Shared Future American Educators

Need to Think Globally

EdWeek Global Learning blog by Tony Jackson

THINK GlobalSchool12 countries in 12 trimesters

Connect All SchoolsiEARN

My Story

Apple Distinguished EducatorsGlobal Awareness 2006

bull The World is Flat

bull A Whole New Mind

bull Berlin amp Prague

bull Rethink Global Awareness

Classroom 20

Link

Global Education Conference

httpglobaleducationconferencecom

Over 500000 unique visitors

Over 10000 Members from 142 Countries

Steve Hargadon

Closing Session

2010 - Brian Mannix

2010 - Polar Bears International

2010 - Catlin Gabel School

bull Program Information

2011 - Pam Allyn - LitWorld

2011 - Greg Jacobs - Louder Than a Bomb

2011 - The Shoah Foundation

Project Examples

Dan Meyer

httpvimeocom19507645

ADE Application

Google Lit TripsJerome Burg

A Whole New MindKarl Fisch

The iEARN Project Book

Recommendations

bull Learn to network network to learn

bull Keep it authentic

bull Start small and design very structured projects

bull Join an existing group project

bull Develop a customized vision of 21st century learning for your classroom school and district

WHY NOWoline73 Can you distill why globally connected classrooms are vital in 2010

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We have urgent problems that need to be addressed and in order to prepare our students to work on these problems we must connect them globally We must teach them how networked learning leads to networked problem solving

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THINK GlobalSchool12 countries in 12 trimesters

Connect All SchoolsiEARN

My Story

Apple Distinguished EducatorsGlobal Awareness 2006

bull The World is Flat

bull A Whole New Mind

bull Berlin amp Prague

bull Rethink Global Awareness

Classroom 20

Link

Global Education Conference

httpglobaleducationconferencecom

Over 500000 unique visitors

Over 10000 Members from 142 Countries

Steve Hargadon

Closing Session

2010 - Brian Mannix

2010 - Polar Bears International

2010 - Catlin Gabel School

bull Program Information

2011 - Pam Allyn - LitWorld

2011 - Greg Jacobs - Louder Than a Bomb

2011 - The Shoah Foundation

Project Examples

Dan Meyer

httpvimeocom19507645

ADE Application

Google Lit TripsJerome Burg

A Whole New MindKarl Fisch

The iEARN Project Book

Recommendations

bull Learn to network network to learn

bull Keep it authentic

bull Start small and design very structured projects

bull Join an existing group project

bull Develop a customized vision of 21st century learning for your classroom school and district

WHY NOWoline73 Can you distill why globally connected classrooms are vital in 2010

Photo source

We have urgent problems that need to be addressed and in order to prepare our students to work on these problems we must connect them globally We must teach them how networked learning leads to networked problem solving

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Connect All SchoolsiEARN

My Story

Apple Distinguished EducatorsGlobal Awareness 2006

bull The World is Flat

bull A Whole New Mind

bull Berlin amp Prague

bull Rethink Global Awareness

Classroom 20

Link

Global Education Conference

httpglobaleducationconferencecom

Over 500000 unique visitors

Over 10000 Members from 142 Countries

Steve Hargadon

Closing Session

2010 - Brian Mannix

2010 - Polar Bears International

2010 - Catlin Gabel School

bull Program Information

2011 - Pam Allyn - LitWorld

2011 - Greg Jacobs - Louder Than a Bomb

2011 - The Shoah Foundation

Project Examples

Dan Meyer

httpvimeocom19507645

ADE Application

Google Lit TripsJerome Burg

A Whole New MindKarl Fisch

The iEARN Project Book

Recommendations

bull Learn to network network to learn

bull Keep it authentic

bull Start small and design very structured projects

bull Join an existing group project

bull Develop a customized vision of 21st century learning for your classroom school and district

WHY NOWoline73 Can you distill why globally connected classrooms are vital in 2010

Photo source

We have urgent problems that need to be addressed and in order to prepare our students to work on these problems we must connect them globally We must teach them how networked learning leads to networked problem solving

httpsgsgmodernizingedu

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My Story

Apple Distinguished EducatorsGlobal Awareness 2006

bull The World is Flat

bull A Whole New Mind

bull Berlin amp Prague

bull Rethink Global Awareness

Classroom 20

Link

Global Education Conference

httpglobaleducationconferencecom

Over 500000 unique visitors

Over 10000 Members from 142 Countries

Steve Hargadon

Closing Session

2010 - Brian Mannix

2010 - Polar Bears International

2010 - Catlin Gabel School

bull Program Information

2011 - Pam Allyn - LitWorld

2011 - Greg Jacobs - Louder Than a Bomb

2011 - The Shoah Foundation

Project Examples

Dan Meyer

httpvimeocom19507645

ADE Application

Google Lit TripsJerome Burg

A Whole New MindKarl Fisch

The iEARN Project Book

Recommendations

bull Learn to network network to learn

bull Keep it authentic

bull Start small and design very structured projects

bull Join an existing group project

bull Develop a customized vision of 21st century learning for your classroom school and district

WHY NOWoline73 Can you distill why globally connected classrooms are vital in 2010

Photo source

We have urgent problems that need to be addressed and in order to prepare our students to work on these problems we must connect them globally We must teach them how networked learning leads to networked problem solving

httpsgsgmodernizingedu

lucylucygrayconsultingcom

Twitter elemenous

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Apple Distinguished EducatorsGlobal Awareness 2006

bull The World is Flat

bull A Whole New Mind

bull Berlin amp Prague

bull Rethink Global Awareness

Classroom 20

Link

Global Education Conference

httpglobaleducationconferencecom

Over 500000 unique visitors

Over 10000 Members from 142 Countries

Steve Hargadon

Closing Session

2010 - Brian Mannix

2010 - Polar Bears International

2010 - Catlin Gabel School

bull Program Information

2011 - Pam Allyn - LitWorld

2011 - Greg Jacobs - Louder Than a Bomb

2011 - The Shoah Foundation

Project Examples

Dan Meyer

httpvimeocom19507645

ADE Application

Google Lit TripsJerome Burg

A Whole New MindKarl Fisch

The iEARN Project Book

Recommendations

bull Learn to network network to learn

bull Keep it authentic

bull Start small and design very structured projects

bull Join an existing group project

bull Develop a customized vision of 21st century learning for your classroom school and district

WHY NOWoline73 Can you distill why globally connected classrooms are vital in 2010

Photo source

We have urgent problems that need to be addressed and in order to prepare our students to work on these problems we must connect them globally We must teach them how networked learning leads to networked problem solving

httpsgsgmodernizingedu

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Classroom 20

Link

Global Education Conference

httpglobaleducationconferencecom

Over 500000 unique visitors

Over 10000 Members from 142 Countries

Steve Hargadon

Closing Session

2010 - Brian Mannix

2010 - Polar Bears International

2010 - Catlin Gabel School

bull Program Information

2011 - Pam Allyn - LitWorld

2011 - Greg Jacobs - Louder Than a Bomb

2011 - The Shoah Foundation

Project Examples

Dan Meyer

httpvimeocom19507645

ADE Application

Google Lit TripsJerome Burg

A Whole New MindKarl Fisch

The iEARN Project Book

Recommendations

bull Learn to network network to learn

bull Keep it authentic

bull Start small and design very structured projects

bull Join an existing group project

bull Develop a customized vision of 21st century learning for your classroom school and district

WHY NOWoline73 Can you distill why globally connected classrooms are vital in 2010

Photo source

We have urgent problems that need to be addressed and in order to prepare our students to work on these problems we must connect them globally We must teach them how networked learning leads to networked problem solving

httpsgsgmodernizingedu

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Twitter elemenous

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Global Education Conference

httpglobaleducationconferencecom

Over 500000 unique visitors

Over 10000 Members from 142 Countries

Steve Hargadon

Closing Session

2010 - Brian Mannix

2010 - Polar Bears International

2010 - Catlin Gabel School

bull Program Information

2011 - Pam Allyn - LitWorld

2011 - Greg Jacobs - Louder Than a Bomb

2011 - The Shoah Foundation

Project Examples

Dan Meyer

httpvimeocom19507645

ADE Application

Google Lit TripsJerome Burg

A Whole New MindKarl Fisch

The iEARN Project Book

Recommendations

bull Learn to network network to learn

bull Keep it authentic

bull Start small and design very structured projects

bull Join an existing group project

bull Develop a customized vision of 21st century learning for your classroom school and district

WHY NOWoline73 Can you distill why globally connected classrooms are vital in 2010

Photo source

We have urgent problems that need to be addressed and in order to prepare our students to work on these problems we must connect them globally We must teach them how networked learning leads to networked problem solving

httpsgsgmodernizingedu

lucylucygrayconsultingcom

Twitter elemenous

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Over 500000 unique visitors

Over 10000 Members from 142 Countries

Steve Hargadon

Closing Session

2010 - Brian Mannix

2010 - Polar Bears International

2010 - Catlin Gabel School

bull Program Information

2011 - Pam Allyn - LitWorld

2011 - Greg Jacobs - Louder Than a Bomb

2011 - The Shoah Foundation

Project Examples

Dan Meyer

httpvimeocom19507645

ADE Application

Google Lit TripsJerome Burg

A Whole New MindKarl Fisch

The iEARN Project Book

Recommendations

bull Learn to network network to learn

bull Keep it authentic

bull Start small and design very structured projects

bull Join an existing group project

bull Develop a customized vision of 21st century learning for your classroom school and district

WHY NOWoline73 Can you distill why globally connected classrooms are vital in 2010

Photo source

We have urgent problems that need to be addressed and in order to prepare our students to work on these problems we must connect them globally We must teach them how networked learning leads to networked problem solving

httpsgsgmodernizingedu

lucylucygrayconsultingcom

Twitter elemenous

Page 73: Modernizing Education

Over 10000 Members from 142 Countries

Steve Hargadon

Closing Session

2010 - Brian Mannix

2010 - Polar Bears International

2010 - Catlin Gabel School

bull Program Information

2011 - Pam Allyn - LitWorld

2011 - Greg Jacobs - Louder Than a Bomb

2011 - The Shoah Foundation

Project Examples

Dan Meyer

httpvimeocom19507645

ADE Application

Google Lit TripsJerome Burg

A Whole New MindKarl Fisch

The iEARN Project Book

Recommendations

bull Learn to network network to learn

bull Keep it authentic

bull Start small and design very structured projects

bull Join an existing group project

bull Develop a customized vision of 21st century learning for your classroom school and district

WHY NOWoline73 Can you distill why globally connected classrooms are vital in 2010

Photo source

We have urgent problems that need to be addressed and in order to prepare our students to work on these problems we must connect them globally We must teach them how networked learning leads to networked problem solving

httpsgsgmodernizingedu

lucylucygrayconsultingcom

Twitter elemenous

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Steve Hargadon

Closing Session

2010 - Brian Mannix

2010 - Polar Bears International

2010 - Catlin Gabel School

bull Program Information

2011 - Pam Allyn - LitWorld

2011 - Greg Jacobs - Louder Than a Bomb

2011 - The Shoah Foundation

Project Examples

Dan Meyer

httpvimeocom19507645

ADE Application

Google Lit TripsJerome Burg

A Whole New MindKarl Fisch

The iEARN Project Book

Recommendations

bull Learn to network network to learn

bull Keep it authentic

bull Start small and design very structured projects

bull Join an existing group project

bull Develop a customized vision of 21st century learning for your classroom school and district

WHY NOWoline73 Can you distill why globally connected classrooms are vital in 2010

Photo source

We have urgent problems that need to be addressed and in order to prepare our students to work on these problems we must connect them globally We must teach them how networked learning leads to networked problem solving

httpsgsgmodernizingedu

lucylucygrayconsultingcom

Twitter elemenous

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Closing Session

2010 - Brian Mannix

2010 - Polar Bears International

2010 - Catlin Gabel School

bull Program Information

2011 - Pam Allyn - LitWorld

2011 - Greg Jacobs - Louder Than a Bomb

2011 - The Shoah Foundation

Project Examples

Dan Meyer

httpvimeocom19507645

ADE Application

Google Lit TripsJerome Burg

A Whole New MindKarl Fisch

The iEARN Project Book

Recommendations

bull Learn to network network to learn

bull Keep it authentic

bull Start small and design very structured projects

bull Join an existing group project

bull Develop a customized vision of 21st century learning for your classroom school and district

WHY NOWoline73 Can you distill why globally connected classrooms are vital in 2010

Photo source

We have urgent problems that need to be addressed and in order to prepare our students to work on these problems we must connect them globally We must teach them how networked learning leads to networked problem solving

httpsgsgmodernizingedu

lucylucygrayconsultingcom

Twitter elemenous

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2010 - Brian Mannix

2010 - Polar Bears International

2010 - Catlin Gabel School

bull Program Information

2011 - Pam Allyn - LitWorld

2011 - Greg Jacobs - Louder Than a Bomb

2011 - The Shoah Foundation

Project Examples

Dan Meyer

httpvimeocom19507645

ADE Application

Google Lit TripsJerome Burg

A Whole New MindKarl Fisch

The iEARN Project Book

Recommendations

bull Learn to network network to learn

bull Keep it authentic

bull Start small and design very structured projects

bull Join an existing group project

bull Develop a customized vision of 21st century learning for your classroom school and district

WHY NOWoline73 Can you distill why globally connected classrooms are vital in 2010

Photo source

We have urgent problems that need to be addressed and in order to prepare our students to work on these problems we must connect them globally We must teach them how networked learning leads to networked problem solving

httpsgsgmodernizingedu

lucylucygrayconsultingcom

Twitter elemenous

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2010 - Polar Bears International

2010 - Catlin Gabel School

bull Program Information

2011 - Pam Allyn - LitWorld

2011 - Greg Jacobs - Louder Than a Bomb

2011 - The Shoah Foundation

Project Examples

Dan Meyer

httpvimeocom19507645

ADE Application

Google Lit TripsJerome Burg

A Whole New MindKarl Fisch

The iEARN Project Book

Recommendations

bull Learn to network network to learn

bull Keep it authentic

bull Start small and design very structured projects

bull Join an existing group project

bull Develop a customized vision of 21st century learning for your classroom school and district

WHY NOWoline73 Can you distill why globally connected classrooms are vital in 2010

Photo source

We have urgent problems that need to be addressed and in order to prepare our students to work on these problems we must connect them globally We must teach them how networked learning leads to networked problem solving

httpsgsgmodernizingedu

lucylucygrayconsultingcom

Twitter elemenous

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2010 - Catlin Gabel School

bull Program Information

2011 - Pam Allyn - LitWorld

2011 - Greg Jacobs - Louder Than a Bomb

2011 - The Shoah Foundation

Project Examples

Dan Meyer

httpvimeocom19507645

ADE Application

Google Lit TripsJerome Burg

A Whole New MindKarl Fisch

The iEARN Project Book

Recommendations

bull Learn to network network to learn

bull Keep it authentic

bull Start small and design very structured projects

bull Join an existing group project

bull Develop a customized vision of 21st century learning for your classroom school and district

WHY NOWoline73 Can you distill why globally connected classrooms are vital in 2010

Photo source

We have urgent problems that need to be addressed and in order to prepare our students to work on these problems we must connect them globally We must teach them how networked learning leads to networked problem solving

httpsgsgmodernizingedu

lucylucygrayconsultingcom

Twitter elemenous

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2011 - Pam Allyn - LitWorld

2011 - Greg Jacobs - Louder Than a Bomb

2011 - The Shoah Foundation

Project Examples

Dan Meyer

httpvimeocom19507645

ADE Application

Google Lit TripsJerome Burg

A Whole New MindKarl Fisch

The iEARN Project Book

Recommendations

bull Learn to network network to learn

bull Keep it authentic

bull Start small and design very structured projects

bull Join an existing group project

bull Develop a customized vision of 21st century learning for your classroom school and district

WHY NOWoline73 Can you distill why globally connected classrooms are vital in 2010

Photo source

We have urgent problems that need to be addressed and in order to prepare our students to work on these problems we must connect them globally We must teach them how networked learning leads to networked problem solving

httpsgsgmodernizingedu

lucylucygrayconsultingcom

Twitter elemenous

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2011 - Greg Jacobs - Louder Than a Bomb

2011 - The Shoah Foundation

Project Examples

Dan Meyer

httpvimeocom19507645

ADE Application

Google Lit TripsJerome Burg

A Whole New MindKarl Fisch

The iEARN Project Book

Recommendations

bull Learn to network network to learn

bull Keep it authentic

bull Start small and design very structured projects

bull Join an existing group project

bull Develop a customized vision of 21st century learning for your classroom school and district

WHY NOWoline73 Can you distill why globally connected classrooms are vital in 2010

Photo source

We have urgent problems that need to be addressed and in order to prepare our students to work on these problems we must connect them globally We must teach them how networked learning leads to networked problem solving

httpsgsgmodernizingedu

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2011 - The Shoah Foundation

Project Examples

Dan Meyer

httpvimeocom19507645

ADE Application

Google Lit TripsJerome Burg

A Whole New MindKarl Fisch

The iEARN Project Book

Recommendations

bull Learn to network network to learn

bull Keep it authentic

bull Start small and design very structured projects

bull Join an existing group project

bull Develop a customized vision of 21st century learning for your classroom school and district

WHY NOWoline73 Can you distill why globally connected classrooms are vital in 2010

Photo source

We have urgent problems that need to be addressed and in order to prepare our students to work on these problems we must connect them globally We must teach them how networked learning leads to networked problem solving

httpsgsgmodernizingedu

lucylucygrayconsultingcom

Twitter elemenous

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Project Examples

Dan Meyer

httpvimeocom19507645

ADE Application

Google Lit TripsJerome Burg

A Whole New MindKarl Fisch

The iEARN Project Book

Recommendations

bull Learn to network network to learn

bull Keep it authentic

bull Start small and design very structured projects

bull Join an existing group project

bull Develop a customized vision of 21st century learning for your classroom school and district

WHY NOWoline73 Can you distill why globally connected classrooms are vital in 2010

Photo source

We have urgent problems that need to be addressed and in order to prepare our students to work on these problems we must connect them globally We must teach them how networked learning leads to networked problem solving

httpsgsgmodernizingedu

lucylucygrayconsultingcom

Twitter elemenous

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Dan Meyer

httpvimeocom19507645

ADE Application

Google Lit TripsJerome Burg

A Whole New MindKarl Fisch

The iEARN Project Book

Recommendations

bull Learn to network network to learn

bull Keep it authentic

bull Start small and design very structured projects

bull Join an existing group project

bull Develop a customized vision of 21st century learning for your classroom school and district

WHY NOWoline73 Can you distill why globally connected classrooms are vital in 2010

Photo source

We have urgent problems that need to be addressed and in order to prepare our students to work on these problems we must connect them globally We must teach them how networked learning leads to networked problem solving

httpsgsgmodernizingedu

lucylucygrayconsultingcom

Twitter elemenous

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Google Lit TripsJerome Burg

A Whole New MindKarl Fisch

The iEARN Project Book

Recommendations

bull Learn to network network to learn

bull Keep it authentic

bull Start small and design very structured projects

bull Join an existing group project

bull Develop a customized vision of 21st century learning for your classroom school and district

WHY NOWoline73 Can you distill why globally connected classrooms are vital in 2010

Photo source

We have urgent problems that need to be addressed and in order to prepare our students to work on these problems we must connect them globally We must teach them how networked learning leads to networked problem solving

httpsgsgmodernizingedu

lucylucygrayconsultingcom

Twitter elemenous

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A Whole New MindKarl Fisch

The iEARN Project Book

Recommendations

bull Learn to network network to learn

bull Keep it authentic

bull Start small and design very structured projects

bull Join an existing group project

bull Develop a customized vision of 21st century learning for your classroom school and district

WHY NOWoline73 Can you distill why globally connected classrooms are vital in 2010

Photo source

We have urgent problems that need to be addressed and in order to prepare our students to work on these problems we must connect them globally We must teach them how networked learning leads to networked problem solving

httpsgsgmodernizingedu

lucylucygrayconsultingcom

Twitter elemenous

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The iEARN Project Book

Recommendations

bull Learn to network network to learn

bull Keep it authentic

bull Start small and design very structured projects

bull Join an existing group project

bull Develop a customized vision of 21st century learning for your classroom school and district

WHY NOWoline73 Can you distill why globally connected classrooms are vital in 2010

Photo source

We have urgent problems that need to be addressed and in order to prepare our students to work on these problems we must connect them globally We must teach them how networked learning leads to networked problem solving

httpsgsgmodernizingedu

lucylucygrayconsultingcom

Twitter elemenous

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Recommendations

bull Learn to network network to learn

bull Keep it authentic

bull Start small and design very structured projects

bull Join an existing group project

bull Develop a customized vision of 21st century learning for your classroom school and district

WHY NOWoline73 Can you distill why globally connected classrooms are vital in 2010

Photo source

We have urgent problems that need to be addressed and in order to prepare our students to work on these problems we must connect them globally We must teach them how networked learning leads to networked problem solving

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WHY NOWoline73 Can you distill why globally connected classrooms are vital in 2010

Photo source

We have urgent problems that need to be addressed and in order to prepare our students to work on these problems we must connect them globally We must teach them how networked learning leads to networked problem solving

httpsgsgmodernizingedu

lucylucygrayconsultingcom

Twitter elemenous

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We have urgent problems that need to be addressed and in order to prepare our students to work on these problems we must connect them globally We must teach them how networked learning leads to networked problem solving

httpsgsgmodernizingedu

lucylucygrayconsultingcom

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httpsgsgmodernizingedu

lucylucygrayconsultingcom

Twitter elemenous