• What does a Classroom for the Future look like? What does the school look like?
    20th Century Skills vs 21st Century Skills
     
                  School 1.0               changes to                  School 2.0
    Teacher-Directed Lessons Collaborative
    Chalk abd Talk Create  Knowledge
    Seat Work Analyze Information
    Whole-Class Question-Answer Discovery
    Worksheets
    Teacher as a guide:facilitator
    of learning
    One teacher, one subject Technology as a tool Value learning
    Walls: M-F 7:30-3;30
    Profession development
    for teachers
    Critical Thinking
    Single Media Standards addressed Higher order thinking
    Individual Assignments
    Demonstrate knowledge
    of subject matter
    Dissect information
    Knowledge-based learning
    Organize curriculum to
    maximize student
    understanding
    Self-assess
    Content Coverage
    Student success
    very important
    Learner centered
    Memorization and  recall
    Design pland and goals
    for student learning
    Interactive
    Quiz and tests assessment
    Communicate learning
    goals for all students
    Students responsible for
    their learning
    Textbook dependent
    Communicate with students
    and parentsw about student progress
    Classroom without walls, 24-365
    Technology as an incentive Informed decision making
    Teaching to one learning style Project based
    Learning isolated skills and
    factoids
    Technology Rich
    Learning content  
    Facilitators addressing the learning
    styles of all learners
        Learning how to learn
      Performance-based assessments
    20th Century                                       21st Century
Last Modified on December 16, 2008