Goals 2015

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Goals 2015

2015

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Technology Literacy Definition:“...the ability to responsibly use appropriate technology to communicate, solve problems, and access, manage, integrate, evaluate, and create information to improve learning in all subject areas and to acquire lifelong knowledge and skills in the 21st century.”

Higher Level Thinking Skills:Provide activities to give students the tools they need to understand, infer, connect, categorize, synthesize, evaluate, and apply prior and new knowledge to find solutions to problems.

Utilize assistive technology tools to help all students strive to achieve their potential.

Provide time for reflection.

Promote active learning.

Challenge students and teachers to reach for higher levels of problem solving skills.

Ask thought provoking questions.

Build students' confidence to respond and share information creatively.

Promote critical thinking skills through open-ended activities.

Guide students to transfer knowledge to the world outside of the classroom.

Build digital literacy skills.

Increase problem-based learning to encourage students to research solutions and apply prior and new knowledge.

Creating a Productive 21st Century Classroom*Encourage teachers to become guides and facilitators of learning.*Strive to promote students’ independence and self-reliance. *Provide motivating lessons requiring self and group discovery of knowledge. *Empower students to collaborate and showcase their knowledge through creative channels. *Equip students with technology tools to present their knowledge to a greater audience.*Utilize technology as a vehicle to capture students’ attention and focus to build and transfer their new knowledge to experiences outside the classroom.

How can we utilize our technology tools to discover new information and build our knowledge?

Holly Quaratella, M.Ed.Instructional Technology Coordinator

www.pepperdine.edu

www.purdue.edu


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