The 21st Century Classroom Series helps teachers create learning that motivates and engages students.
21st Century Classrooms engage students in learning that is natural and makes sense to them, and they experience success regularly. Students build learning skills using Web 2.0, applications, technology tools and research-based instructional strategies.
Data guides instruction so that it meets the individual students' specific needs.
The 21st Century Classroom Series focuses on the effective use of instructional technology. Knowing how a technology tool works is only the beginning. Teachers need to understand how to use those tools in a thoughtful and well-planned way that impacts learning and increases student achievement. Do your teachers use the technology tools they already have at-hand in order to help students grasp the content? These sessions show teachers creative and strategic ways to make that happen.
Using 21st Century tools and skills, teachers gain the opportunity to become mentors, coaches, tutors and problems solvers for students rather than the entertainers, lecturers and crowd-control specialists they've had to be.
The 21st Century Classroom Series gives teachers and school leaders the skill sets they need to help their students achieve 21st century learning. Seminars are followed by coaching that turns theory into practice.
The 21st Century Classroom Series can be delivered at your school on teacher workdays or in-service days. The seminars are 3 or 6 hours each, with additional coaching scheduled at your school following the seminar.
The initial sessions are ready and available to schools now.
Download our .pdf flier with more information on the modules available.