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    1 : Learning 20.2: A 21st Century Perspective on Learning, Teaching and Technology
    2 : Advances in technology information and communication have changed the way learning and teaching are carried out
    3 : The internet broke through and everything changed
    4 : An internet which doubles in size every 120 days
    5 : Getting information off the internet is like filling a cup from a waterfall
    6 : Browsing is out Engaging experiences are in
    7 : Our students do things differently from 10 years ago
    8 : Almost 66 percent of the world’s mobile data traffic will be video by 2014
    9 : We’ve had a
    10 : The world is now connected
    11 : We are educating a web savvy generation who expect a higher level of engagement
    12 : 1,400,000 UK pupils have their own web page.
    13 : One size does not fit all Blue Ocean Thinking: The ‘Architecture of Participation’
    14 : After all… Learning, like life, is a river, not a reservoir
    15 : Its about a journey… …unique to each of us
    16 : …unique to each of our students
    17 :
    18 : Across the years…
    19 : ..SHIFT HAPPENED!
    20 :
    21 : From Paper based culture
    22 : To Screen Based Culture
    23 : Sources of information Print Visuals Animation Videos
    24 : Sources of information Audio Wikis/blogs Internet Conversations
    25 : Motorola: The 2033 concept features an organic memory application, which would theoretically capture memories directly from your brain.
    26 : What do 21st century learners experience In your classroom?
    27 : Industrial teaching is not an efficient way to teach
    28 : After ten minutes you’ve lost 35% of them
    29 : After 25 minutes you’ve lost 75%
    30 : Which leaves you with a beginning and an end, but no middle! Don’t say anything important here! Start End
    31 : Learning Tools
    32 : Modes of Communication
    33 : With these tools our students can explore, react, customise, respond, engage, inquire, interact, rewind, pause, query, test, repeat
    34 : Digital Natives Born with IT
    35 : Digital Natives Born with I.T.
    36 : They don’t know any other way!
    37 : This means that as educators we are faced with even more challenges than the last decade.
    38 : Our students are: Tech savvy Multi taskers Personal Hands on Visual Goal orientated Collaborative Social
    39 : They get information anywhere
    40 : Where’s the conflict?
    41 : Traditional 21st century teacher educator
    42 : Opportunities for Informal Learning
    43 : New Sources
    44 : We have always sought to provide authentic education addressing the “whole child”, the “whole person”
    45 : In order to support our students continued growth for the rest of this century we need to develop...
    46 : Critical Thinking and Problem Solving Collaboration across Networks Agility and Adaptability
    47 : Initiative and Entrepreneurialism Effective Oral and Written Communication Accessing and Analysing Information Curiosity and Imagination Tony Wagner, The Global Achievement Gap:
    48 : effective global collaborators Students with 21st Century Skills Require Teachers with 21st Century Skills
    49 : As educators we have to keep up: Technology Literacy Media Literacy Online Communication Internet Tools
    50 : JESS 21st Century Skilled Teachers: Computer Savvy Creative Critical Constructive Connected Communicative
    51 : Embrace 21st Century learning for JESS students Explore emerging tools Engage with your learners Offer more creativity, less control Celebrate their potential
    52 : Aim High!
    53 : Technology can empower students to: take command of their learning inspire their learning motivate them to be lifelong learners.
    54 : Welcome to the second decade of the 21st Century
    55 : It’s the time of a different kind of learner Time for a different kind of school: Time for our ’Blue Ocean’
    56 :

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