Student Centered Technology Presentation

Embed Size (px)

DESCRIPTION

Student Centered Technology Presentation. By: DeAnna Foust-Platt Grades K-12. Let’s take time to reflect on. In a digital world, no organization can achieve results without incorporating technology into every aspect of its everyday practices. - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

Text of Student Centered Technology Presentation

  • Student Centered Technology PresentationBy: DeAnna Foust-PlattGrades K-12

    dplatt - CED 550

  • Lets take time to reflect on..In a digital world, no organization can achieve results without incorporating technology into every aspect of its everyday practices.The Partnership for the 21st Century Skills (2008) indicates that all students, regardless of their career path, require 21st-century skills to succeed in work, school, life. (Morrison, 5)

  • Its time for schools to MAXIMAIZE the impact of technology !!Five headings for the 21st Century SkillsKnowledge of Core Subjects21st Century ThemesLearning and Innovation SkillsInformation, Media and Technology SkillsLife and Career Skills *We must include the NETS- info. next

  • ISTE NETS for studentsCreativity & InnovationCommunication & CollaborationResearch & Information FluencyCritical Thinking, Problem Solving & Decision MakingDigital CitizenshipTechnology Operations & Concepts

  • WE ARE MOVINGTeacher-CenteredFocuses on how they can improve student achievement on a testFocuses on memorization of facts, formulas, dates & namesMust recall the facts

    STUDENT CENTERED Students will:Formulate problemsCollect informationOrganize and manipulate dataFORMULATE an answer

  • 3 Basic Premises of student-centered learning environmentUnderstanding ones world rather than mimicking the content.Understanding ones world requires the student to actively process and manipulate information.Ones knowledge is refined through negotiations with others and evaluation if own understanding.

  • Dont Go Down with the ShipYou must reform You may become shark bait!

  • AcknowledgementsWORKS CITEDwww.NTeQ.comwww.dpi.edu

    **