A Diagram Of 21st Century Pedagogy - A Diagram Of 21st Century Pedagogy by TeachThought Staff The modern learner has to sift through a lot of information.
That means higher level thinking skills like analysis and evaluation are necessary just to reduce all the noise and establish the credibility of information. There is also the matter of utility. Evaluating information depends as much on context and circumstance as it does the nature of the data itself. Context matters, and the diagram from edorigami below captures this, though not from the perspective of the student and content knowledge, but the teacher and various pedagogical components themselves, including Higher-Order Thinking Skills, Peer Collaboration, and Media Fluency. (See also our framework on the 6 channels of 21st century Learning.) Ombytta roller på samtidens digitala skolarena. Morgondagens samhällsmedborgare är våra barn.
Dina barn, mina barn, våra barn. Vi kan inte med säkerhet fastställa hur ett framtida samhälle kommer att te sig i detalj, men vad vi kan göra är att anta. Vi kan, med säkerhet, anta att den digitala utvecklingen kommer att fortsätta i rasande takt. Teknik och digitala verktyg kommer att bli än mer självklart i vår vardag. Det är anledningen till att dagens pedagoger har ett ansvar för att barn och unga i förskola och skola ska ges möjlighet att arbeta med digitala verktyg. . – Det borde vara en självklarhet att alla lärare och rektorer ser till att kompetensutvecklas digitalt, vi kan inte längre välja ett yrke och tro att det ska utföras på samma premisser som för 20 år sedan, vi har som pedagoger själva ett ansvar för att utveckla vår undervisning tidsenligt. Och vad vi ser, är egentligen något av en kulturkrock, kanske inte bara generationer emellan utan människor emellan.
Silicon Valley wants to reinvent school - Business Insider. Authentic Student Learning. Educational Technology and Mobile Learning: A Beautiful Visual on How Technology Is Transforming 21st Century Education. March 14, 2015 Technology is radically transforming the education landscape.The technological innovations and digital progress that marked the last two decades have brought a massive change in the ways education is being conceptualized and delivered, bigger than anytime in the history of mankind.
Pessimists would call it technological determinism but we see it as a new window of opportunity into the vast horizon of learning. According to “Bringing Our Schools into The 21st Century Infographic”, some of the opportunities provided by technology for education include: High speed connectivity which will enable a wider access to the netCloud based storage capabilities which will, among others, help develop a professional educational culture, enhance communication and improve knowledge sharing.Digital portfolios will be commonplace among students. Via Teachers Degrees Courtesy of eLearning inforagphics. Preparing Your Students for the Challenges of Tomorrow.
Right now, you have students.
Eventually, those students will become the citizens -- employers, employees, professionals, educators, and caretakers of our planet in 21st century. Beyond mastery of standards, what can you do to help prepare them? What can you promote to be sure they are equipped with the skill sets they will need to take on challenges and opportunities that we can't yet even imagine?
Following are six tips to guide you in preparing your students for what they're likely to face in the years and decades to come. 1. Students of today need new skills for the coming century that will make them ready to collaborate with others on a global level. 2. New information is being discovered and disseminated at a phenomenal rate. 3. In order for collaboration to happen within a global community, job applicants of the future will be evaluated by their ability for communication with, openness to, and tolerance for unfamiliar cultures and ideas. 4. 5. 6. Educational Technology and Mobile Learning: The 8 Must Have Skills for The 21st Century Students. June 23, 2014 Here is a wonderful little visual I came across through Edudemic which outlines the 8 skills students need in order to live up to the expectations of the future job market.
These skills which are highlighted in the recent report "The Learning Curve" by Pearson are a big departure from the conventional literacy skills : Reading, Writing, and Arithmetic.That being said, the report also underscored the fact that for kids (in developing countries) to get a grasp of the 21st century skills, they need to first master the basic literacy skills. Developing countries must teach basic skills more effectively before they start to consider the wider skills agenda. There is little point in investing in pedagogies and technologies to foster 21st century skills, when the basics of numeracy and literacy aren't in place. Here is the 8 needed skills for the future:LeadershipDigital LiteracyCommunicationEmotional IntelligenceEntrepreneurshipGlobal CitizenshipProblem SolvingTeam-Working.