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Teaching to the 21st Century

Teaching to the 21st Century LearnerCarlan Gallello and Rose NgoJanuary 28, 2011How to provide your students with a Technology tool kit to showcase their learning.

Twitter Feed:Background Information Carlan GallelloRose NgoGr. 6/7 CoreLA, Socials, HCE Band & ChoirGr. 6/7 CoreLA, Math 7, Socials, HCE, FSL

Project based learning Video ClipWhat are your thoughts?Turn to your neighbour and share some project ideas you have tried or would like to try with your students.Project based learningBest way to create self-directed learnersStudents are given learning objectives and guidelines from the teacherStudents have control of what they learn and how they present their findingsStudents must set personal goals and create a project plan that includes assessment opportunitiesStudents can reflect on their own learning process

Teachers are mentors in the learning process. This moves away from the teacher directed classroom to a student driven environment.Tools for Project Based LearningGlogs Digital PosterGoogle Presentations Collaborative SlideshowDomo Animate - AnimationPhoto Story 3 Digital Story-telling

Google Sites e-portfoliosGlogs for Educatorshttp://edu.glogster.comThis free tool allows students to creatively present their information in one location using text, videos, images and music.

Student Examples:http://sajbvsx.edu.glogster.com/iran/http://sjqcwyd.edu.glogster.com/the-classroom-at-the-end-of-the-hall/

Google Presentationswww.google.caThis product allows students to work collaboratively from different venues and ensures no one forgets to bring the assignment at home.

Teachers can monitor progress and see how much and when students are working on their projects.

Domo Animatehttp://domo.goanimate.com/This product is a free user friendly program which allows students to create a short animated video using text boxes.

Digital Story Telling using PS3http://www.microsoft.com/windowsxp/using/digitalphotography/photostory/default.mspxThis product is easier to use than WMM. The files are smaller allowing it to be sent home on a USB or via e-mail. It allows students to take photos or images and narrate over them to create a video.

Using Google Sites as an Portfolio Assessment Tool

Student Examples:https://sites.google.com/site/joonyoung20102011/https://sites.google.com/site/anysamband/https://sites.google.com/site/advancedband/home