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Maggie Verster

21st Century Learning Design - 4 views

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    21st Century Learning Design, formerly called 'LEAP21' is a global professional development program for teachers and schools to develop more innovative pedagogies that develop students skills for the 21st Century. The program is sponsored globally by Microsoft Partners in Learning and is supported in each country by a network of education partners."
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NCTE Framework for 21st Century Curriculum and Assessment - 0 views

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    Today, the NCTE definition of 21st century literacies makes it clear that further evolution of curriculum, assessment, and teaching practice itself is necessary.
Maggie Verster

21st Century Technology Tools Revised by Liz Davis (Book) in Education & Language - 0 views

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    A collection of tutorials on Web 2.0 technology tools such as Google Docs, Wikispaces, Ning, VoiceThread, Twitter, Diigo and Delicious. You can downbload the book for free!
Maggie Verster

21centurylearners - 0 views

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    The 21st Century Learners Project is sponsored by the Alabama Best Practices Center in Montgomery, Alabama. This project consists of teams of teachers from across the state who spend time learning about Web 2.0 tools and how to incorporate these tools into the curriculum. Teachers are also exposed to how these tools build learning skills in students. Teachers also focus on how to use student-centered, inquiry-driven approaches in instruction.

    This wiki is designed to be a resource for teachers who want to learn more about Web 2.0 tools, project based learning, and constructivist teaching. For some this will be an introduction and for others a refresher, but our hope is that you will start to see how technology can transform your teaching and engage your students.
Maggie Verster

Top News - 'Digital Disconnect' divides kids, educators - 0 views

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    Students and educators disagree on whether their schools are preparing graduates adequately for the jobs of the 21st century, a speaker at an Oct. 15 webcast said.

    Two-thirds of principals in a recent survey said they believe their school is preparing students to be competitive in the global workforce. But most tech-savvy students didn't share that view, said Julie Evans, CEO of Project Tomorrow (formerly known as NetDay).
Maggie Verster

21st Century Literacy - 0 views

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    Changing how we think is no longer an imperative - it's too late!
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