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E201 21st-Century Learning: Old-Fashioned and Newfangled Ways

Tuesday, April 9, 2013
10:00 AM 10:45 AM
, Makery Facilitator, Lower School K-8, Katherine Delmar Burke School and Fablabs K-12 Google Group, BAISNET, NYCIST
, Librarian, Lower School, Katherine Delmar Burke School and San Francisco Chronicle

The 24/7 buzz about 21st-century skills turned into a deep institutional conversation at Burke School during the last 3 years, with Howland and Faust serving as the facilitators. Out of this grew a comprehensive and mission-driven guide to teaching and learning in the 21st century. In this session, they present the resulting framework, titled “How We Learn: A Model for the 21st Century.” The pair demonstrate how to connect theory (the model) with the real world (an authentic demonstration of learning) through one Big Sister/Little Sister project involving 4th graders and kindergarten students, picture books, research skills, media literacy and production, student connection, and teacher collaboration.

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