For a couple of months last year, I thought I would start a second blog specifically on 21C Learning. I posted a few things but didn’t keep it going, so I’m closing it down, and have imported the four posts to this blog, for whatever they’re worth.
Here’s the video of my session, posted on CUE’s YouTube Channel.
I couldn’t have been happier with the reception for my CUE 2016 presentation. I had been a little intimidated when I saw that I was scheduled in one of the larger rooms, and really had planned out what I would do to get people to move to the front and gather together so they could talk with each other. I had no idea that the room would fill:
This was one of the sessions that was streamed live by CUE to their remote location at the Orange County Department of Education. I hope that means that it was recorded and will be posted later, but I don’t know. If they do post it online, I’ll share it here. In any case, here are the slides:
I intend to use this blog to explore more about these 21 instructional shifts, and further develop an outline of how K-12 instruction should be changing to meet the needs of students in the 21st century. I hope you’ll read and comment along with me.