This two-day in-depth workshop is designed for K-12 teacher trainers responsible for delivering professional learning. You will learn how to design and measure innovative 21st Century learning opportunities for students. The 21CLD curriculum describes six dimensions of 21st century learning: Collaboration; Skilled communication; Knowledge construction; Self-regulation; Real-world problem-solving and innovation; and Use of ICT for learning, each of which represents an important skill for students to develop.
The 21CLD Trainer Academy builds on the research methodology providing a collaborative, practice-based process to help educators transform how they design enriching learning activities for their students.
To frame and answer the below questions:
· Innovative teaching and learning: what is “innovative teaching practice”?
· What are the characteristics of a “21st century educator”?
· What are the characteristics of a “21st century learner”?
· What school and system factors most support innovative teaching practices?
· Grades 1-12
· All subjects/content areas
· Professional Learning Communities
· Teacher Professional Development
Recommended size for this academy is 25 educators with one trainer.
Twelve hours/2 days