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  • 1.Web 2.0: Meaningful Tools for Todays Students
    Randy Rodgers
    Birdville Independent School District

2. Change is not merely necessary to life - it is life.Alvin Toffler
3. Pop Quiz!
4. What is a wiki?
A delicious, tropical, adult beverage
A search engine
A collaboratively created website
An online encyclopedia
5. On average, how many visitors go toFacebook each month worldwide?
1.5 million
19 million
67 million
132 million
Source:allfacebook.com(January, 2010 statistics)
6. What is the target audience for the social network Fuzzster?
Pets
Police officers
Sweater knitters
Men with beards
7. The most viewed video of all-time on Youtube, Charlie Bit My FingerAgain!, has been viewed how many times?
14 million
35 million
102 million
156 million
8. Bonus: How many comments has Charlie received?
25,000
290,000
1.2 million
24 million
Statistics from Youtube, July 28, 2008.
Blah Blah
OMG
Blah BlahBlahBlah
LOL
Blah Blah
9. What is a widget?
A small bit of software which can be added to a web page.
A newbie to a social network
An elf-like character in Worldof Warcraft
A password reminder
10. Which of the following chat acronyms indicates that someone finds you amusing?
WTG
ROTFL
LTNS
IMHO
11. Where Have We Been?
12. Agricultural
Age
13. Industrial
Age
14. Information
Age
15. And now?
16. Conceptual
Age
Source: Pink, Daniel (2005). A Whole New Mind. Riverhead Books: New York.
17. To successfully face rigorous higher education coursework, career challenges and a globally competitive workforce, U.S. schools must align classroom environments with real world environments by infusing 21st century skills.Partnership for 21st Century Skills(www.21stcenturyskills.org)
18. Skills Todays Students Will Need Tomorrow

  • Adaptability

19. Creativity 20. Communication 21. Critical Thinking 22. Organization 23. Multi-tasking 24. Collaboration 25. Initiative 26. Leadership 27. Tech and media literacy 28. Social/Cross-cultural