A.D.A.P.T: Teaching for the 21st Century


Brief Description:
Today’s professional journals are filled with articles and editorials about 21st Century teaching and learning. The authors suggest that educators teach skills that range from problem solving to collaboration while the student is assumed to be of the Net Generation or a Digital Native. Concepts like project based learning and online courses are bragged about. Tools like SMARTBoards, iPads and Web 2.0 software have been the hot topic at conferences, webinars and professional learning networks around the globe. These ideas all sound great, but how does an institution move from 20th Century teaching and technology to the 21st Century? The presenter will challenge you to think outside of the box and bring your teaching methods into the 21st Century. Participants will leave this session with a toolbox filled with ideas of how to integrate technology in the classroom to support collaboration, creation, and innovation for the 21st century student.

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A.D.A.P.T.

A - Acknowledge change

D - Differentiate your teaching

A - Advance your students

P - Provide meaningful learning opportunities

T - Teach through technology




Old School Technology...

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21st Century Technology ...

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Handout for Milwaukee Arch Diocese presentation January 15, 2013


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