21st Century Learning and the Common Core

Report
21st Century Learning
and the Common Core
10 Reasons Why 21st Century
Learning Will Succeed
Bernie Trilling – 21st Century Learning Advisor and Author
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The future is here!
(along with the Past)
The Future
The future ain’t what it
used to be.
Yogi Berra
The Future
The future is already here –
it’s just not very evenly
distributed.
William Gibson
The Future
The best way to predict the
future is to invent it. Alan Kay
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We are in a time of
great transition
20th Century Media
21st Century Media
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There is a growing
global consensus
on what students
need for success
The Critical Question
What do students
now need to learn
to be successful
in the 21st Century?
Four Question Exercise
1. What will the world be like
20 years from now?
2. What skills will your child need
to be successful in that world?
3. What were the conditions around
your peak learning experiences?
4. What would learning look like if it
was designed around your answers?
The Key 21st Century Skill?
Learning is what most adults
will do in the 21st Century
S.J. Perleman
Partnership for
21st Century Skills
st Century Learning
2121
st Century Skills
21st Century Skills
Learning & Innovation
– Critical Thinking &
Problem-solving
– Creativity & Innovation
– Communication
– Collaboration
Life & Career
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Flexibility & Adaptability
Initiative & Self-direction
Social & Cross-cultural Skills
Productivity & Accountability
Leadership & Responsibility
Digital Literacy
– Information Literacy
– Media Literacy
– ICT Literacy
www.p21.org
www.p21.org/route21
21st Century Learning
“7Cs” Skills
Critical thinking and problem solving
Creativity and innovation
Communication and media literacy
Collaboration and leadership
Cross-cultural and social fluency
Career, civic and learning self-direction
Computing and digital proficiency
21st Century Learning
The New Learning Formula
3Rs X 7Cs = 21st Century Learning
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Work is shifting!
21st Century Work
The World is Getting Flatter!
Knowledge Work can be done by
skilled, connected workers anywhere!
21st Century Work
The Future World of Work
IN MORE DEVELOPED COUNTRIES
21st Century Work
The Future World of Work
Non-routine
Personal
(Moving Offshore)
(Mostly Here to Stay)
Skills
Non-routine
Non-routine
Impersonal
Routine
Routine
Impersonal
Routine
Personal
(Offshored)
(Here but low pay)
Impersonal
Delivery
Personal
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The digital natives
are taking over!
21st Century Learners
Net Generation Demands
Personalized learning
Speedy access to online
research, writing, sharing
and project tools
Social networking and
collaborating
Playfulness - games,
simulations, creative expressions
21st Century Learners
The Engagement Gap
300,000 US Students
Academic, Social & Emotional
Results:
Bored everyday in class!
Material not interesting
Not relevant
No teacher interaction
65%
82%
41%
34%
+ Discussions, debates, projects
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We know how
people learn
Learning Theory Applied
The ultimate challenge:
Turn a typical textbook
math problem into a
21st Century learning
experience!
Dan Meyer
21st Century
Math Teacher
Learning about Learning
Context – Real-world learning
Caring – Intrinsic motivation
Construction – Virtual & visceral
model-building
Competence – Multiple modes
Community – Learning socially
in groups & teams
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The Common Core
st
Supports 21 Century
Learning!
Common Core and P21
A turning point in the
standards movement
A common baseline for
academic knowledge and college
& career readiness skills
A foundation - not the “ceiling”
in expectations for student outcomes
in the 21st century
How P21 Framework & CCSS Connect
Common Core and P21
Definition of College & Career
Readiness:
Rigorous core academic content
mastery + Core competencies:
Critical & Creative thinking/reasoning,
Communication and Collaboration
Common Core and P21
P21 Common Core
Toolkit:
A Guide to Aligning the
Common Core
State Standards
with the Framework
for 21st Century Skills
www.P21.org/P21Toolkit
Common Core and P21
Created with P21 State Partners
and Member Organizations with
contributions from numerous state
education leaders who have already
begun Common Core implementation
P21 urges integration of CCSS and
4Cs into district and school practices
P21 State Leadership Initiative
P21 State Partners
Arizona
Illinois
Iowa
Kansas
Kentucky
Louisiana
Maine
Massachusetts
Nevada
New Jersey
North Carolina
Ohio
South Carolina
South Dakota
West Virginia
Wisconsin
P21 Toolkit Contents
Alignment Overview
High-level summary of how the P21 framework
and the Common Core State Standards
support each other
Common Core / P21 Examples
Lesson vignettes that demonstrate “what it looks like”
to align classroom practices with both the
Common Core and P21 skills
Common Core Resources
Compilation of useful links for states and districts to
implement the Common Core State Standards
Assessment Resources
Compilation of background reading on the issue of
assessment and the 4Cs
P21 and Common Core
Common Core and P21
CCSS explicitly integrate higher-order thinking
skills nationally for the first time
Creativity, life skills and 21st century themes
are implied within CCSS
CCSS focus on what is most essential and
represent a baseline starting point for
21st century learning
ELA Key Design Considerations
Common Core and P21
A focus on results rather than methods
Leaves room for teachers, curriculum
developers, and states to determine how
goals should be reached
Teachers are free to implement best
practices to provide students with tools
and learning experiences to meet
standards
P21 Framework & ELA
Rigorous content & development
of specific 21st Century Skills:
“Integration of Knowledge and
Ideas” in Reading
“Research to Build and Present
Knowledge” in Writing
“Comprehension and Collaboration”
in Speaking and Listening
P21 Framework & ELA
P21 Framework
Elements
CCSS ELA College and Career
Ready Definitions
Core Subjects
[Students] build strong content knowledge
Critical Thinking and
Problem Solving
[Students] respond to the varying demands of
audience, task, purpose, and discipline
Communication
[Students] comprehend as well as critique
Information Literacy
[Students] value evidence
Self Direction
[Students] demonstrate independence
Global Awareness
[Students] come to understand other
perspectives and cultures
Information, Media and
Technology Skills
[Students] use technology and digital media
strategically and capably
P21 Framework & Math
Drawn from:
NCTM’s process standards
National Research Council’s
report Adding it Up
Varieties of expertise that math
educators at all levels should seek
to develop in their students
P21 Framework & Math
P21 Framework
Elements
Mathematics Practices
P21 / CCSS Math
Alignment
Make sense of problems and persevere in solving
them
Critical Thinking and
Problem Solving
Reason abstractly and quantitatively
Model with mathematics
Look for and make use of structure
Construct viable arguments and critique the
reasoning of others
Communication
Information Literacy
ICT Literacy
Attend to precision
Look for and express regularity in repeated
reasoning
Use appropriate tools strategically
Common Core and P21
21st century learning environments are
guided by standards, but require curricula
and assessment systems that allow students
to think critically and creatively, to
collaborate and communicate effectively,
and to apply these skills to the real world
Educators must design curricula and
assessments that:
Emphasize authentic real world problems
Engage students in inquiry and exploration
Provide opportunities for students to apply
what they know in meaningful ways
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21st Century Learning is
really happening!
Doing 21st Century Learning
Doing 21st Century Learning
“Deeper Learning”
School Networks
400+ Schools
Asia Society
Big Picture Learning
ConnectEd
EdVisions Schools
Envision Schools
Expeditionary Learning
High Tech High
New Tech Network
“Wordled” Design Principles
Student Learners-Leaders
1. An
expanded
definition of
student
success as
the learning
goal
2. Deeply engaging,
personalized and collaborative learning,
focused on quality student work
Adult Learners-Leaders
5. Teachers as learning designers, advisors,
facilitators and school leaders
6. Teacher development through a
3. Learning motivated by questions,
collaborative focus on student work
problems, real world issues and
challenging projects
7. Parallel student and adult expectations for learning and leading
4. Public presentations and
authentic performance
assessments of work
9. Personal culture of caring, respect,
trust, collaboration, mutual support
and community
8. Professional culture of
responsibility, ownership, selfdirection and leadership
10. Expanded space, time and community connections
for deeper learning
11. Embedded coaching, modeling and mentoring with solid guidelines and tools
12. Pervasive technology use to “wire in” deeper learning practice
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We have models for
21st Century Learning
21st Century
Learning Project Model
21st Century
Learning Project Model
21st Century
Learning Project Model
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Learning Project Model
21st Century
Learning Project Model
21st Century
Learning Project Model
21st Century
Learning Project Model
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Learning Project Model
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Learning Project Model
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Learning Project Model
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Learning Project Model
21st Century
Learning Project Model
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We have a Promise
and a Proverb for
21st Century Learning
A 21st Century
Learning Promise
I promise to do all I can
to keep the spark
of curiosity, creativity and learning
alive in every child;
to help all children
discover their talents,
develop their passions,
deepen their understanding,
and apply all this to helping others,
and to creating
a better world
for us all.
How to Achieve Happiness?
Ancient Chinese Proverb
If you want happiness for an hour –
take a nap.
If you want happiness for a day –
go fishing.
If you want happiness for a month –
get married.
If you want happiness for a year –
inherit a fortune.
But if you want happiness for a lifetime –
help someone else.
Contact
Bernie Trilling
21st Century Learning
Advisor and Author
[email protected]
www.21stcenturyskillsbook.com

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