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21st Century Projects Turned Up a Notch Webinar

  

 
 
Register for this Webinar -  April 26, 2011 @ 7PM Central Time

April 2011's webinar asks you to take your edtech projects up another notch.   Are you creating and implementing 21st Century projects? Do you have a teaching and learning style that promotes higher level thinking in your students?  We would love to hear about it.  Joining Vanessa and Dyane are two special guests Juan Orozco of Buda, TX, and Cindi May of Wichita, KS.  They will be sharing some wonderful ideas of how they create and implement 21st Century projects with both students and teachers.  Come be inspired!

Contribute how you have implemented projects in your school or district.  We are especially interested in links to your published projects along with a short description of the project itself and/or any tips you may have for others exploring PBL for the first time.

Share your resources between March 19th and May 17th  to be entered into a drawing for a Camtasia Pen/Notebook. The drawing will end on May 17th, but this thread will remain active after the incentive period. Unfortunately, for legal reasons, we can only ship prizes within the U.S.,but the contents of this discussion are applicable to every Intel Teach educator worldwide, so please help build a solid set of tips and resources for everyone.  We look forward to your contributions.

21st Century Skills Addressed in this Webinar -
Depending on how the project was directed any or all of these 21st Century Skills would be addressed
Communication and Collaboration
Creativity and Innovation
Critical Thinking and Problem Solving
Flexibility and Adaptability
Information, Media and Technology Skills
Initiative and Self-Direction
Leadership and Responsibility
Learning and Innovation Skills
Productivity and Accountability
Social and Cross-Cultural Skills

ISTE Standards Addressed in this Webinar:

All of the NETS T would be implemented in an exemplary 21st Century Project
1. Facilitate and Inspire Student Learning and Creativity
2. Design and Develop Digital-Age Learning Experiences and Assessments
3. Model Digital-Age Work and Learning
4. Promote and Model Digital Citizenship and Responsibility
5. Engage in Professional Growth and Leadership

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