School 2.0



Progressive Pedagogy
and 21st Century Tools
                        Chris Lehmann
           Science Leaders...
What Are Our Hopes For
    Our Students?
My Two Cents:
  Thoughtful
  Wise
  Passionate
  Kind
Caring Institutions




We Teach Kids, Not Subjects
Inquiry-Driven




What are the questions we
can ask together?
Student-Centered




  It’s Not About Us.
Teacher-Mentored




  Kids Need Adults
Community-Based




          We can learn from many
Passionate




             And it has to matter.
Integrated




             The day has to make sense
Technology Infused




   Ubiquitous, Necessary and Invisible
Meta-Cognitive




                 We need to think
                  about thinking.
Authentic




Assessment as Real and Transparent
Understanding-Driven




        and Project-Based
We Work Best / Learn Best
    When It Matters To Us
What’s The Road Map?
            How Do We Get There?
Progressive Teaching
             Using 21st Century Tools
Technology Overload
             And How To Prevent It
What’s Good?
    Is a Better Question Than What’s New?
Research
Collaborate
  Create
  Present
 Network
A Convenient And Reasonably False Taxonomy

 Research     Collaborate    Create    Network    Present

   RSS           Wi...
Tools Don’t Teach
   But They Can Change The Way We Teach
What Are Your Goals
           What Tools Get You There?
Common Language
     Of Teaching and Learning
Common Inputs
Common Process
Common Outputs
Inquiry
Research
Collaboration
Presentation
Reflection
Understanding
By Design
by Grant Wiggins
and Jay McTighe
Common Outputs
Step One: Desired Results
    If You Don’t Know Where You’re Going....
Goals
The Objectives, The Standards
Understandings
The Big Ideas -- Why Are We Teaching This?
Essential Questions
The Throughline:
What Do We Keep Coming Back To?
Skills and Content
What is all the stuff that kids will have to know or
           know about to get to those big ideas?
Step Two: Assessment
How Do We Authentically Assess?
Traditional
Classrooms:
Recall-Based         Tests

                  Homework


                    Projects


          ...
The Schools
  We Need:
Understanding-      Projects
   Driven
                   Homework


                 Tests & Quizz...
Step Three: Learning Plan
What’s It Look Like, Day to Day?
Some Examples
Unit Design
EduCon 2.2
      January 29 - 31, 2009
 Science Leadership Academy
         Philadelphia, PA
http://educon22.wikispaces.com
Keep In Touch

Chris Lehmann
chris@practicaltheory.org
http://www.practicaltheory.org
http://www.scienceleadership.org
htt...
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NECC 2009 - Progressive Pedagogy and 21st Century Tools

  1. School 2.0 Progressive Pedagogy and 21st Century Tools Chris Lehmann Science Leadership Academy
  2. What Are Our Hopes For Our Students?
  3. My Two Cents: Thoughtful Wise Passionate Kind
  4. Caring Institutions We Teach Kids, Not Subjects
  5. Inquiry-Driven What are the questions we can ask together?
  6. Student-Centered It’s Not About Us.
  7. Teacher-Mentored Kids Need Adults
  8. Community-Based We can learn from many
  9. Passionate And it has to matter.
  10. Integrated The day has to make sense
  11. Technology Infused Ubiquitous, Necessary and Invisible
  12. Meta-Cognitive We need to think about thinking.
  13. Authentic Assessment as Real and Transparent
  14. Understanding-Driven and Project-Based
  15. We Work Best / Learn Best When It Matters To Us
  16. What’s The Road Map? How Do We Get There?
  17. Progressive Teaching Using 21st Century Tools
  18. Technology Overload And How To Prevent It
  19. What’s Good? Is a Better Question Than What’s New?
  20. Research Collaborate Create Present Network
  21. A Convenient And Reasonably False Taxonomy Research Collaborate Create Network Present RSS Wiki Blogging Twitter uStream Google Del.icio.us Drupal Skype Flickr Docs Google Moodle Podcasting Facebook iTunes U Wikipedia Ning Email
  22. Tools Don’t Teach But They Can Change The Way We Teach
  23. What Are Your Goals What Tools Get You There?
  24. Common Language Of Teaching and Learning
  25. Common Inputs Common Process Common Outputs
  26. Inquiry
  27. Research
  28. Collaboration
  29. Presentation
  30. Reflection
  31. Understanding By Design by Grant Wiggins and Jay McTighe
  32. Common Outputs
  33. Step One: Desired Results If You Don’t Know Where You’re Going....
  34. Goals The Objectives, The Standards
  35. Understandings The Big Ideas -- Why Are We Teaching This?
  36. Essential Questions The Throughline: What Do We Keep Coming Back To?
  37. Skills and Content What is all the stuff that kids will have to know or know about to get to those big ideas?
  38. Step Two: Assessment How Do We Authentically Assess?
  39. Traditional Classrooms: Recall-Based Tests Homework Projects Class Participation
  40. The Schools We Need: Understanding- Projects Driven Homework Tests & Quizzes Class Participation
  41. Step Three: Learning Plan What’s It Look Like, Day to Day?
  42. Some Examples
  43. Unit Design
  44. EduCon 2.2 January 29 - 31, 2009 Science Leadership Academy Philadelphia, PA http://educon22.wikispaces.com
  45. Keep In Touch Chris Lehmann chris@practicaltheory.org http://www.practicaltheory.org http://www.scienceleadership.org http://ubd21c.wikispaces.com Twitter: chrislehmann

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