21 st Century Learning and Skills Preparing Today’s Students For a Changing World Jim Warford

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  • 21st Century Learning and Skills

    Preparing Todays Students For a Changing World Jim Warford

  • Follow Me On Twitter twitter.com@jimwarford

  • We educate more students today to a higher standard than ever before in history!

    But the world is changing even faster than we are!

    Faster than we imagine

    Faster than we Can imagine!!!

  • Schools are Improving

    School Improvement

  • Schools are Improving

    School ImprovementChanging World

  • School ImprovementChanging WorldSchools are Improving

  • School ImprovementChanging WorldSchools are Improving

  • Source: USA Today Heres What WereUp Against

  • Source: USA Today

  • The Kindle

  • Semantic WebAnalyze DocumentsKey words and headers (Google)Meaning / ConceptsWolfram Alpha

  • Source: USA Today

  • Implications?

    CurriculumHome WorkTerm Paper

  • Source: USA Today And heres Whats coming

  • Source: USA Today

  • In MontanaIts already here

  • Paul AndersenMontanasTeacher of theYear

  • Curriculum is not just a textbook anymore. It is videos, Podcasts, Wikis, blogs, and YouTube videos

  • Source: USA Today

  • Source: USA Today Paul Andersen

    youtube.com/bozemanbiology

  • Kids live in an iPhone World !

  • School is a chalkboard world

  • Does this remind You of anyoneIn your schools?

  • Result Todays Students Really are Wired differently!

  • And our teachers sometimes feel like this

  • The World Is Flat

  • How we educate our children in the future will be more important than how much we educate them.Thomas Friedman World is Flat 2006Lessons Learned

  • How do Todays students Feel about Our schools?

  • Like I do Everytime I boardAnother airplane!

  • Teacher Student Comparisons

    T Students can apply what I am teaching to their everyday lives.93%S I can apply what I learn to my everyday life.57%

  • Teacher Student Comparisons

    T I make learning exciting for my students.88%S My teachers make learning fun.42%

  • Teacher Student Comparisons

    T My students engage in lots of hands-on activities.88%S My teachers use lots of hands-on activities.45%

  • Teacher Student Comparisons

    T I am aware of my students interests outside of school.85%S My teachers know my interests outside of school.28%

  • We must close theEngagement Gap

    Before we can close theAchievement Gap

  • We must close theEngagement Gap

    Before we can close theAchievement Gap

  • Florida 4th Grade Data

  • Both Rigor and Relevance Are critical for ALL 21st Century StudentsAnd Relevance Makes Rigor Possible!

  • Based upon what works!

    Model Schoolsand the Successful Practices Network

  • 12345ApplicationKnowledgeRigor/Relevance Framework

  • 1.Awareness2.Comprehension 3.Application4.Analysis5.Synthesis 6.Evaluation Knowledge Taxonomy

  • Application Model1. Knowledge in one discipline2. Application within discipline3. Application across disciplines4. Application to real-world predictable situations5. Application to real-world unpredictable situations

  • LevelsCD

    AB

    1 2 3 4 5456321BloomsApplication

  • 1 2 3 4 5456321BloomsApplicationC D

    A B20th Century21th Century

  • RIGORRELEVANCEABDCTeacherWorkTeacher/Student RolesStudentThinkStudentThink & WorkStudentWorkHighHighLowLow

  • Transitioning to the Common Core State Standards and Next Generation Assessments

  • Why move to Common Core State Standards?

  • Proficiency

  • ProficiencyGrade 4 Reading

    ProficientRequired NAEP ScoreNorth Carolina82 %Texas81 %Ohio77 %Florida71 %Massachusetts48 %California48 %South Carolina35 %

  • ProficiencyGrade 4 Reading

    ProficientRequired NAEP ScoreNorth Carolina82 %183Texas81 %190Ohio77 %199Florida71 %202Massachusetts48 %234California48 %210South Carolina35 %228

  • ProficiencyGrade 8 Reading

    ProficientRequired NAEP ScoreNorth Carolina88 %Texas83 %Ohio80 %Florida44 %California39 %South Carolina30 %

  • ProficiencyGrade 8 Reading

    ProficientRequired NAEP ScoreNorth Carolina88 %217Texas83 %225Ohio80 %241Florida44 %265California39 %262South Carolina30 %276

  • ProficiencyGrade 8 Mathematics

    ProficientRequired NAEP ScoreNorth Carolina84 %Ohio63 %Texas61 %Michigan61 %Florida58 %Massachusetts42 %South Carolina24 %

  • ProficiencyGrade 8 Mathematics

    ProficientRequired NAEP ScoreNorth Carolina84 %247Ohio63 %274Texas61 %273Michigan61 %269Florida58 %269Massachusetts42 %301South Carolina24 %305

  • 40% of College Studentsneed Remediation

  • Skills Gap

  • Transitioning to the Common Core State Standards and Next Generation Assessments

  • Common Core State StandardsFewer, Clearer, Higher!

  • ALL students leave high school ready for college and career

    regardless of disability, language, or subgroup status.

  • And that they.

    Have the opportunity to SHOW what they know and can do.

  • AA

  • CA

  • DA

  • ABDCCCSS Standards

  • ABDCCCSS Assessments

  • We are now Evaluated as a SchoolAYP

  • We will soon be Evaluated at the Teacher LevelAYPTeacher Evaluation

  • You need a Three Year Transition Plan

  • You need a Three Year Transition Plan

    Now!

  • Because teachers really are feeling thePRESSURE!

  • 1 2 3 4 5456321BloomsApplicationC D

    A B20th Century21th Century

  • Rigor/Relevance FrameworkKnowledgeApplicationHighLowLowHigh

  • Follow Me On Twitter twitter.com@jimwarford

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