Posted on 20. Apr, 2012 in 21st Century Learning
We are excited to announce that we will have two more events before the school year is out to continue these conversations and start getting more specific on what we can do in San Carlos to embrace 21st Century Learning.
Monday, May 7th: 21st Century Learning in Action — We’ll review some interesting case studies and examples from our own schools as well as other schools both locally and around the world.
Tuesday, May 29th: New and Innovative Approaches for Learning in the 21st Century — What is Inverted Learning? What is Computational Thinking? What is Global Education? What are Adaptive Assessments? We’ll review all of these concepts and discuss how these “21st Century Ideas” are relevant to our school district.
Both meetings will be from 7:00pm – 8:30 pm at Mustang Hall at Central Middle School.
For those of you who missed our first community meeting with Bernie Trilling on March 29, posted below are links to Bernie’s PowerPoint Presentation, notes from the audience responding to Bernie’s “Four Questions”, and an audience generated list of “Most Important Things To Do”. It was a great overview of some of the macro issues surrounding education, and we had very strong group discussion and input.