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Catapult into the 21st Century

Interested in learning with Silvia? Contact Silvia via her Globally Connected Learning site: http://www.globallyconnectedlearning.com

Are you still teaching in isolation or at best parallel to your students’ other teachers? How do you take your lesson plans, connect them to 21st century skills, infuse new literacies and get students motivated and engaged for their present and future? Join a conversation about upgrading lessons and units that extend your classroom to connect to and collaborate with other subject areas, grade levels, peers and experts from around the world.

Interested in learning with Silvia? Contact Silvia via her Globally Connected Learning site: http://www.globallyconnectedlearning.com

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  1. into the 21st Century Catapult Silvia Rosenthal Tolisano: educational consultant - coach - mentor - @langwitches - www.globallyconnectedlearning.com
  2. www.globallyconnectedlearning.com   Silvia  Rosenthal  Tolisano  @langwitches   Meet Silvia Silvia Rosenthal Tolisano Educational Consultant, Coach, Mentor a  Third  Culture  Kid  (TCK).  Born  in  Germany,  raised  in  Argen;na,  having  lived   shortly  in  Brazil,  is  now  planted  in  the  United  States.  Her  mul;cultural   upbringing  fueled  her  passion  for  languages,  travel,  global  awareness  and   global  competencies.  She  has  worked  as  a  World  Language  teacher,   Technology  Integra;on  Facilitator,  21st  Century  Learning  Specialist,  Social   Media  Coordinator,  Professional  Development  and  Educa;onal  Consultant. Professional Interests Globally Connected Learning Curriculum Amplification Documenting FOR Learning Blogging AS Pedagogy@langwitches
  3. www.globallyconnectedlearning.com   Silvia  Rosenthal  Tolisano  @langwitches   Take a Look Around your World Does  our  world    look  the  same  way  when  we  were  children?   University  Students  ?  Started  teaching?
  4. TAKE  A  LOOK  AROUND O u r   W o r l d   H a s   C h a n g e d   a n d   i s   n o t   c h a n g i n g   b a c k !
  5. www.globallyconnectedlearning.com   Silvia  Rosenthal  Tolisano  @langwitches   Landlines   Telephone Cords Encyclopedia   Book Volumes Video Rental Stores Blockbuster Paper Maps Fax Machines   Answering Machines What will our Grandchildren not know?
  6. Stop Printing Reading & Writing Habits Who are our Friends? Where do we go to for Information? Where do we go to Learn? Has Learning Changed?
  7. 7 Amplify Defini;on:       Increase  the  volume     Increase  the  amplitude   ReachPhysical Artifact Media Voice Synonyms: expand - enlarge - extend - magnify - aggrandize! Global Audience Share J ĥ g
  8. www.globallyconnectedlearning.com   Silvia  Rosenthal  Tolisano  @langwitches   How will we Amplify our Learning today? expand  -­‐  enlarge  -­‐  extend  -­‐  magnify  -­‐  aggrandize! Sharing document reach out connect SHARE!make learning visible o
  9. 9 Upgrade Defini;on:       Raise  (something)  to  a  higher  standard,  in   par;cular  improve  (equipment  or  machinery)  by  adding   or  replacing  components. Bloom’s Taxonomy Digital Learning Farm Synonyms: improve - better - ameliorate - promote Gardner’s Multiple Intelligences SAMR Model21st Century Skills 21st Century Literacies !" " # S A M R
  10. www.globallyconnectedlearning.com   Silvia  Rosenthal  Tolisano  @langwitches   How will we Upgrade today? improve  -­‐  be]er  -­‐  ameliorate  -­‐  promote IMAGINATION What if…? Activity Lesson Plan Unit Plan Own LearningCurriculum Map Ä Å h
  11. www.globallyconnectedlearning.com   Silvia  Rosenthal  Tolisano  @langwitches Bloom’s Taxonomy Multiple Intelligences Howard Gardner’s Visual Spacial Musical Linguistical Logical Mathematical Remembering Understanding Applying Analyzing Evaluating Creating Teaching  &     Learning IntrapersonalInterpersonal G
  12. www.globallyconnectedlearning.com   Silvia  Rosenthal  Tolisano  @langwitches 12 21st century Media  Literacy   The  ability  to  “read  and  write”  in  different   media.  Analyse  and  evaluate  messages   communicated  in  a  variety  of  media.   Global  Literacy The  ability  to  go  beyond  decoding  languages   and  finding  a  spot  on  a  map.  Global  Literacy   involves  making  connecMons  and  meaning. Basic  Literacy The  ability  to  read  and  write  text. InformaMon  Literacy The  ability  to  find,  analyze,  evaluate,  tag,   categorize,  organize,  archive,  remix  and   create  new  informaMon. Network  Literacy The  ability  to  understand  how  people  and   communicaMon  networks  work.  Being  able   to  craT  a  network  idenMty,  understand   network  intelligence  and  capabiliMes. Skills & communicate Literacies collaborate connect create cri;cal  thinking    ģ ģ ĥ ĥ Digital  CiMzenship The  ability  to  be  an  ethical  ciMzen  in  the  digital   world.  Understand  the  “rights,  privileges,   habits,  acMons  and  consumpMon  paUerns  of   digital  content  and  communiMes.”      J J
  13. www.globallyconnectedlearning.com   Silvia  Rosenthal  Tolisano  @langwitches   The Digital Learning Farm “Years  ago,  when  farms  dominated  our  landscape,  children  were  responsible  for  performing  meaningful  jobs  that  were   vital  to  each  family’s  success”  ~  Alan  November "No  student  should  leave  the   classroom  without  the  perfect   notes"-­‐  Students  alternate  being   the  official  scribe  to   collaboraMvely  document  content   and  learning  in  the  classroom.   These  'notes"  can/should  be  in  a   variety  of  media  to  accomodate   different  learning  styles. "if  you  can  teach  it...  you  know   it".  Students  use  a  variety  of   media  (audio,  text,  images,  video)   and  tools  to  create  tutorials  to   teach  about  their  area  of   experMse  and  help  classmates   and  peers  around  the  world   review  curriculum  content  . Students  create  and  share   materials  regularly  to  help  peers   review  curriculum  content.   Students  use  a  variety  of  tools   and  pla`orms  (blogs,  movies,   podcasts,  visual  images,  etc.). Students  are  building  a  global   learning  network  to  collaborate   with  and  learn  from.  Students  use   a  variety  of  tools  (Skype,  E-­‐mail,   TwiUer,  Google  Docs,  Blogs,   Wikis,  etc.)  to  communicate,   collaborate,  connect  and  create   with  peers  and  experts  from   around  the  world.   based  on  Alan  November’s  work Official Scribe Tutorial Designers Curriculum Reviewers Contributors to Society Researchers Students  contribute  beyond  their   classroom  and  school  community.   Students  choose  issues  they  care   about,  research,  find  experts,   raise  awareness,  solve  problems   and  disseminate  their  findings  to   help  others  and  make  a   difference  . Students  take  on  the  role  of   designated  researchers  when   quesMons  arise  during  the  school   day.  They  use  a  variety  of   methods  and  tools  (books,   internet,  TwiUer,  Delicious,   YouTube,  f2f  or  virtual  experts,   etc.)  to  find,  evaluate,  analyze,   categorize,  curate,  organize,  store   and  disseminate  their  research. Collaboration Coordinators
  14. www.globallyconnectedlearning.com   Silvia  Rosenthal  Tolisano  @langwitches   14 SAMR Model SAMR  serves  as  a  model  to  look  at  your  exisMng   lesson  plans,  units  and  curriculum  maps  and  see   HOW  you  are  embedding  the  use  of  technology.     It   serves   as   a   model   to   bring   awareness   to   educators  in  developing  and  evaluaMng  the  use   of  technology.   based  on  the  work  of  Ruben  Puentedura R M S A RedefiniMon Technology  allows  for  the   creaMon  of  new  tasks,   previously  inconceivable. ModificaMon Technology  allows  for   significant  task  design. AugmentaMon Technology  acts  as  a   direct  tool  subsMtute,   with  funcMonal   improvements SubsMtuMon Technology  acts  as  a   direct  tool  subsMtute  with   no  funcMonal  change. Transforma;on Automa;on
  15. www.globallyconnectedlearning.com   Silvia  Rosenthal  Tolisano  @langwitches   Let’s DO it ! Watch-Do-Teach Examples- Practice Checklist
 Considerations Transfer   into the Classroom Where do I start? Upgrade & Amplify E $
  16. 16 Checklist hUp://langwitches.me/upgrade
  17. www.globallyconnectedlearning.com   Silvia  Rosenthal  Tolisano  @langwitches   Upgrade Amplify Sit  back  and  watch  an  example  of  Upgrade   and  AmplificaMon  of  Learning Watch Be  prepared  to  share  your  upgrade  with   someone  else.  Pretend  that  they  have  never   heard  the  term  upgrade  or  amplificaMon. TEACH Go  ahead  and  try  your  own  example  out.  Take   an  acMvity,  lesson  plan  or  unit  and  imagine  how   you  would  upgrade  and  amplify  it. Do
  18. www.globallyconnectedlearning.com   Silvia  Rosenthal  Tolisano  @langwitches   Example:     6th  Grade  Language  Arts   Write  informaMve/explanatory  texts InstrucMonal Goals Write  informaMve/explanatory   texts  to  examine  a  topic  and   convey  ideas,  concepts,  and   informaMon  through  the  selecMon,   organizaMon,  and  analysis  of   relevant  content. InstrucMonal Objectives Common  Core Standards CCSS.ELA-­‐Literacy.W.6.2   InstrucMonal  Goals  and  ObjecMves   Standards Watch Develop  the  topic  with  relevant   facts,  definiMons,  concrete  details,   quotaMons,  or  other  informaMon   and  examples. Use  precise  language  and  domain-­‐ specific  vocabulary  to  inform  about   or  explain  the  topic. Introduce  a  topic;  organize  ideas,   concepts,  and  informaMon,  using   strategies  such  as  definiMon,   classificaMon,  comparison/contrast,   and  cause/effect;  include   formajng  (e.g.,  headings),   graphics  (e.g.,  charts,  tables),  and   mulMmedia  when  useful  to  aiding   comprehension.
  19. www.globallyconnectedlearning.com   Silvia  Rosenthal  Tolisano  @langwitches   MulMple  Intelligences  &     Bloom’s  Taxonomy Watch Visual Spacial Music Linguistical Logical Mathematical Remembering Understanding Applying Analyzing Evaluating Creating Teaching  &     Learning Intrapersonal Interpersonal G
  20. www.globallyconnectedlearning.com   Silvia  Rosenthal  Tolisano  @langwitches   Media  Literacy   The  ability  to  “read  and  write”  in  different   media.  Analyse  and  evaluate  messages   communicated  in  a  variety  of  media.   Global  Literacy The  ability  to  go  beyond  decoding   languages  and  finding  a  spot  on  a   map.  Global  Literacy  involves  making   connecMons  and  meaning. Basic  Literacy The  ability  to  read   and  write  text. InformaMon  Literacy The  ability  to  find,  analyze,  evaluate,  tag,   categorize,  organize,  archive,  remix  and   create  new  informaMon. Network  Literacy The  ability  to  understand  how  people  and   communicaMon  networks  work.  Being  able   to  craT  a  network  idenMty,  understand   network  intelligence  and  capabiliMes. communicate collaborate connect create cri;cal  thinking  ģ ĥ Digital  CiMzenship The  ability  to  be  an  ethical  ciMzen  in  the  digital   world.  Understand  the  “rights,  privileges,   habits,  acMons  and  consumpMon  paUerns  of   digital  content  and  communiMes.”     J   ģ ĥ  J 21st  Century  Skills  &   Literacies   Watch
  21. www.globallyconnectedlearning.com   Silvia  Rosenthal  Tolisano  @langwitches   Official Scribe Tutorial Designers Curriculum Reviewers Contributors to Society ResearchersCollaboration Coordinators Digital  Learning  Farm Watch
  22. www.globallyconnectedlearning.com   Silvia  Rosenthal  Tolisano  @langwitches   SAMR Watch R M S A RedefiniMon Technology  allows   for  the  creaMon  of   ModificaMon Technology  allows   AugmentaMon Technology  acts  as  a   direct  tool  subsMtute,   with  funcMonal   SubsMtuMon Technology  acts  as  a  direct  tool   subsMtute  with  no  funcMonal   change. Transforma;on Automa;on S A M R
  23. www.globallyconnectedlearning.com   Silvia  Rosenthal  Tolisano  @langwitches   Amplify ReachPhysical Artifact Media VoiceGlobal Audience Share J ĥ g
  24. ExamplesMore
  25. Short Stories
  26. Experts, Mentors & Peers Amplify
  27. ? Bringing inExperts
  28. Experts
  29. VisitAuthor’s
  30. Authentic Voices
  31. Mentors
  32. Specialists
  33. On Location
  34. On Location
  35. Teachers Becoming
  36. SharingLanguage and Culture with Peers
  37. SharingLanguage and Culture with Peers
  38. Coordinators Collaboration
  39. CollaborationActively Searching for Partners
  40. Authentic Audiences
  41. Blogging
  42. Blogging
  43. Podcast
  44. Research Note Taking & Documenting
  45. Screenshooting
  46. Sketchnotes
  47. Media
  48. Peer-Editor
  49. Photographer
  50. Videographer
  51. BackChannels
  52. Create
  53. eBook BiLingual
  54. Facebook Historic Figure Page
  55. Tutorial Designers
  56. CollaborativeWriting
  57. Communicate
  58. Communities LearningAbout
  59. Collaborative
  60. www.globallyconnectedlearning.com   Silvia  Rosenthal  Tolisano  @langwitches   Go  ahead  and  try  your  own  example  out.  Take  an  acMvity,  lesson   plan  or  unit  and  imagine  how  you  would  upgrade  and  amplify  it? Do hUp://langwitches.me/upgrade
  61. www.globallyconnectedlearning.com   Silvia  Rosenthal  Tolisano  @langwitches   Be  prepared  to  share  your  upgrade.  
 Pretend  that  they  have  never  heard  the  term  upgrade  or  amplificaMon. TEACH
  62. www.globallyconnectedlearning.com   Silvia  Rosenthal  Tolisano  @langwitches   Meet Silvia Silvia Rosenthal Tolisano Educational Consultant, Coach, Mentor a  Third  Culture  Kid  (TCK).  Born  in  Germany,  raised  in  Argen;na,  having  lived   shortly  in  Brazil,  is  now  planted  in  the  United  States.  Her  mul;cultural   upbringing  fueled  her  passion  for  languages,  travel,  global  awareness  and   global  competencies.  She  has  worked  as  a  World  Language  teacher,   Technology  Integra;on  Facilitator,  21st  Century  Learning  Specialist,  Social   Media  Coordinator,  Professional  Development  and  Educa;onal  Consultant. Professional Interests Globally Connected Learning Curriculum Amplification Documenting FOR Learning Blogging AS Pedagogylangwitches
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