What may we see happening in a classroom that was enabling learners of the 21st Century.


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What happens in a 21st Century Classroom using digital resources?

http://www.slideshare.net/suziea/ict-examples-presentation?from=ss_embed Slide show of ideas for the classroom

http://waimarinowiki.wikispaces.com/Resource+Mat+-+KWL The new integrated digital mat recreated by Waimarino Cluster

http://townandcountry-rotorua.wikispaces.com/Task+mats Digital Mat for using ICT with Reading and Oral Language

http://www.madeawards.com/gallery.html Authentic Context for children to display their work and win great prizes. Also an opportunity to see what
others are doing.

What are the digital requirements of a teacher in 2010? Below is one school's perspective.
**Essential skills for the classroom or a wish list?**
  • 10% of the 21st century is over, stop talking about 21st century learners and become a 21st century teacher before you get passed by. There are a few items on the list which are arguable but you cant deny its got to the stage that we need to shift NOW. Time for action not talk. Thanks manaiakalani for some help with the list.

    create online materials using digital audio
    find and evaluate authentic web based content
    create and edit digital audio for the classroom
    exploit digital images for the creation of web based learning materials / classroom use
    create / collaborate on online media sharing channel (on YouTube / Teacher Tube etc)
    create screen capture videos for students training
    use browser plugins to enhance student learning
    aid students in the use of a range of digital tools to help them goal set, plan and organise their learning
    exploit webcams for teaching and learning / for student projects e
    exploit social media for your own professional development
    use a range of digital tools for time management planning and administrative purposes
    use asynchronous collaborative tools for text constructions and editing
    identify online resources that may pose a threat to our students e-security
    exploit digital narrative for learning purposes
    support students in the development of an e-portfolio
    exploit blogging to achieve pedagogical aims
    create digital narrative
    utilize social bookmarking to share resources with and between learners
    exploit 3D and 2D interactive computer games for learning purposes
    exploit web based content for classroom learning
    create a blog or website
    check an email account regularly and manage it efficiently
    use a computer / laptop and trouble shoot basic functions : on/off, connect to printer / internet
    participate in online environments eg blogs or forums or Nings or Trademe or Facebook etc
    independently operate, still and video cameras
    administer a student blog : upload content, manage commenting, manage student use edit online pages e.g blog or Google sites use Google Apps - personally and with students a graphics programme for your level of students (e.g Kidpix, Hyperstudio, Pixelmator, Photoshop)
    create a basic presentation eg Keynote or Google or Prezi or Powerpoint saving files in a variety of file formats (e.g .mov,.dv, .jpg, .aiff, .doc etc)
    operate effectively you school student management system
    create / interact with a wiki for collaborative learning with students
    create and edit digital images / digital video
    exploit web based content for autonomous student learning