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2. http://bit.ly/RJwg6h 3. Please read pp. 4 & 5 in theNAIS document you receivedin your email.In a group of 3 or 4, pleasediscuss the article andanswer the last question onpage 5.Name your group, and postyour answer here:http://www.todaysmeet.com/ Dont click yet! 4. http://goo.gl/DtPY3 5. Descriptors available, NAIS, 2010, pp. 11-12. 6. Core Subjects and 21st Century ThemesEnglish, reading or language arts; worldlanguages; arts; mathematics; economics;science; geography; history; andgovernment and civics, in addition to globalawareness; financial, economic, businessand entrepreneurial literacy; civic literacy;health literacy; and environmental literacy.Learning and Innovation Skills creativity andinnovation; critical thinking and problemsolving; and communication andcollaboration.Information, Media and Technology Skillsinformation literacy; media literacy; andinformation, communications andtechnology literacy.Life and Career Skills require flexibility andadaptability; initiative and self-direction;social and cross-cultural skills; productivityand accountability; and leadership andresponsibility. 7. High Tech High, Project Save the Beach, 2009. 8. How did this project Which skills diddiffer fromstudents practice?traditional teachingand learning? What Put your responseswere the observablehere:differences? http://bit.ly/NDFDSoPut your responseshere:http://bit.ly/Q1tZ1G 9. Student-centered and inquiry approach Teacher-directed and coverage-approachStudent voice and choiceTeacher selection and directionAll students participateSome students participateQuestions and conceptsRequired topics and isolated factsCollaborative workSolitary/independent workCritical and analytical thinkingMemorizationAuthentic investigations and tasks inmeaningful contexts Out-of-context learning Additional components on http://bit.ly/RJwg6h 10. http://bit.ly/RJwg6h 11. #1: Find the most relevant, interesting contentto incorporate in to your classes. [Involvestudents as appropriate.]#2: Filter the content and select the bestresources.#3: Add your own perspective and contextualizethe content.**#4: Arrange the content in a manner that makesa point.**Used with permission, Corinne Weisgerber, 8.11.2012. 12. #5: Create the end product.**#6: Share your work.#7: Involve students in a conversation aroundthe curated content.**#8: Track and assess the curated content.**Used with permission, Corinne Weisgerber, 8.11.2012. 13. http://standrewsplc.ning.com/Please sit with your teaching partner or by department andexplore the wiki. Find at least one tool or idea that can workwith your teaching style, but will involve students in a moreparticipative manner.http://bit.ly/RJwg6h