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New teachers and new skills by Mind Map: New teachers and new skills

1. What are 21. century skills?

1.1. Differences between 19th Century Education and 21st Century Education

1.1.1. 19th Century education Standardization Teacher-centered 3 "R"s: - Reading - Writing - Arithmetic Obedience Passive-learning Laborer skills

1.1.2. 21st Century Education Customization Active-Learning Student-centered 3 "C"s: - critical thinking - collaboration - communication Growth Entrepreneurial skills

1.2. The 21st century skills consist particularly of knowledge, skills, work habits, and essential character traits, to success in today’s world.

1.2.1. Social skills

1.2.2. Initiative

1.2.3. Technology literacy

1.2.4. Productivity

1.2.5. Information literacy

1.2.6. Flexibility

1.2.7. Communication

1.2.8. Collaboration

1.2.9. Creativity

1.2.10. Critical thinking

1.2.11. Media literacy

1.3. Differences between 20th and 21st century teaching and learning experience

1.3.1. 21st century Formative Evaluation Process Global community Life skills Practice Group Collaborative instruction Learning for Life Collaborative Web Based Skills Learner-centered

1.3.2. 20th century Classroom Curriculum Text based Competitive Theory Individual Knowledge Direct instruction Teacher - directed Summative Assessments Learning for school

2. teachers must adapt to new expectations and opportunities

3. Teachers in the past

4. Mishra and Koehler

5. Being a designer of Technology, Pedagogy and Content

5.1. In how far can this TPaCK model help us as designer of 21st Century educational scenarios

5.1.1. 3 Elements Technological Knowledge Content Knowledge CONTENT+ PEDAGOGY = including our knowledge into our methods Pedagogical Knowledge

6. Being a 21. century teacher

7. "21st Century Skills"

8. Competing against machines & illiterates of the 21. century

8.1. Stop competing with machines

8.1.1. Some tasks can be better fulfilled by machines

8.1.2. Humans can do some things bettes than machines

8.2. Obsolete learning objectives

8.2.1. Repeating tasks without thinking

8.2.2. Memorizing knowledge without understanding

8.3. Learn, unlearn and relearn

8.3.1. adapt to new discoveries all the time life-long learning

8.3.2. writing, reading and calculating are still important but need of flexible thinking


9.1. ISTE

9.1.1. International Society for Techology in Education

9.1.2. established NETS

9.2. NETS

9.2.1. National Educational Technology Standarts

9.2.2. help students to learn to learn and live in a digital society

9.2.3. divided into 7 categories 1. Empowered learner taking self-care about choosing, achieving and demonstrating learning goals 2. Digital Citizen learning about rights, responsibilities and opportunities living, learning and working in an interconnected digital world act and model in safe, legal, and ethical ways 3. Knowledge Constructor learning how to find a variety of resources using digital tools being critical about information that can be found 4. Innovative Designer identify and solve problems in a design process creating useful and imaginative solutions 5. Computational Thinker develop and employ strategies understand and solve problems technological methods to develop and test solutions 6. Creative Communicator communicate clearly and expressing creatively variety of purpose using the platforms, tools, styles, formats, and digital media 7. Global Collaborator digital tools to broaden perspectives enrich learning by collaborating with others working effectively in teams locally and globally

9.3. What to do with these standarts

9.3.1. introduce them in schools

9.3.2. help students to get on with technical innovations

9.3.3. creating mor independant learners

9.4. How to use the standarts

9.4.1. special courses to teach the standarts

9.4.2. construct the system more digital to make use of these skills

9.4.3. let students work on projects

9.4.4. use them as guidelines for technology-based activities

9.5. Where to find them in the "plan d'études"

9.5.1. p.55 "education aux médias

9.5.2. different skills that should be taught during primary school in relation with digital medias

10. TPaCK: 21st Century Teacher

11. "Changing job in a changing world"

12. 1.Collaboration: work together to reach a goal

13. 3.Creativity: trying new approaches (innovation & invention)

14. 4.Critical Thinking: looking at problems in a new way

15. 2.Communication: sharing questions, ideas, thoughts and solutions

16. Technology: using technology to support your course, like iPads, Computers

17. Teachers now

18. Pedagogy: using new and children-centered methods to support your course

19. Content: only knowing your content isn't sufficient--> nowadays with all the technological evolution + changes in the society, we must adjust our knowledge

20. The 4c’s of 21st century learning

21. - Facilitator of discipline, dutifulness, diligence = Policeman - Mediator of knowledge - Omniscient - Controller of knowledge

22. - Person of trust - Risk taker - Communicator - Adapter - Visionary - Role model - Educator - Accompanist - Collaborator - Also has the task of promoting independence and the ability to bear criticism (=essential for the working world later on) - Should teach the children that it is important to develop their creativity their own ideas.

23. Use & adapt the pedagogical scenarios to AC: --> Children have to invent an ending to a story in groups

24. • Collaboration: Students work together to achieve a goal (invent an ending to the story)

25. • Communication: The students share questions, ideas, thoughts and solutions together.

26. • Creativity: They use their creativity to think about the ending of the story.

27. • Critical thinking: As a class, each group presents its story and the other groups can view the other stories critically.

28. This can be done by: - Constantly question yourself and be willing to vary and adapt your methods and approaches = life long learning - Keep yourself informed about the latest teaching methods and materials and try out ideas from other teachers. - Promote the skills required in the future - Accept the offer of different formations, e.g. presentation of new working materials - The most important thing = will to develop with the times and the new possibilities.

29. 21. century curriculum

30. Life-long learning--> Teachers should know how to include in to their content (knowledge) new acquired technological and pedagogical skills

31. --> important for modern students to be successful in both school and work.