Changing Paradigms

Tuesday, December 9, 2008

21st Century Learning 101 - further discussion

During our recent workshop hosted by the National Staff Development Council participants were posed with a series of scenarios regarding change as it relates to 21st century learning, intelligence and "skills". To follow this post will be the questions posed during the workshop along with the feedback participants provided. And, while there were many good and plausible solutions, what we hope will follow will be further "prompts" or challenges which we can address as we move forward with learning in the 21st century. In the coming days, the scenarios and feedback will be posted for your review. Come by and share your insights regarding this important, difficult and sometimes messy change towards 21st century learning.

1 comment:

Kevin Pyatt said...

Scenario 1: You have been asked by the College of Education to work with faculty to develop 21st Century Learning. Where will you begin?

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21st Century Learning - 101

During our recent workshop hosted by the National Staff Development Council participants were posed with a series of scenarios regarding change as it relates to 21st century learning, intelligence and "skills". Read their innovative ideas as they relate to implementing 21st century learning. (click on scrolling links)

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