Do you feel stuck in the 20th century?
Are you afraid your lessons have become stale or might not be preparing students for their future ahead? Do you know what tools and concepts should be included in a 21st Century classroom? At the heart of every 21st century classroom is the integration of the four Cs with the core curriculum and standards. To create an effective 21st classroom you’ll want to make sure you include these skills:
Critical Thinking and Problem Solving
Create opportunities for students to think critically and solve problems. Our student’s future success will not depend on how much information they can ‘memorize’ but how well they critically look at a problem and find a solution. Set students up for success by creating a classroom rich in creativity.
Creativity and Innovation
We no longer live in the industrial age. The world needs students to think outside of the box and be creative. Encourage students to be curious, make mistakes and learn from them!
Students love to communicate with their peers. But do they understand how to be responsible and effectively communicate online and offline? Develop students’ communication skills through engaging online and offline activities.
Actively promote teamwork in your classroom! Construct opportunities for students to work together so they can build upon and strengthen the work of one another.
As an educator, do you understand the difference between a 20th century and a 21st century classroom?
Do you have an understanding of what are the 4 C’s and how to integrate them into the classroom?
Do you understand how to choose appropriate technology or have readily available tools that will help students problem solve and think critically?
Do your students understand how to collaborate — not only with their peers and classmates — but with others from across the globe?
Do your students understand how to communicate effectively or how to be creative online?
If you’re looking to redefine your 21st century classroom, I strongly encourage you to join me in this new course from Powerful Learning Practice called 21st Century Learning through the 4 Cs.
In this course, 21st Century Learning through the 4 Cs, we’ll dive into:
- what are the 4 C’s
- how to integrate them into your classroom
- web 2.0 tools & resources
- and more
I will give you the tools to create powerful lessons and real world projects that will have your students excited to come to class each day and learn.
I hope you’ll join me in this adventure as we dive deep into these concepts and learn from one another.
Take your classroom into the 21st century with this self-paced course. Get started today!
Specific topics to be covered include:
Explore the difference between 20th and 21st century teaching practices and what are the 4 Cs.
Communication with Web 2.0 tools
Help students step out of their social circles and give them the opportunity to learn how to effectively communicate within a professional setting.
Collaboration with Web 2.0 tools
Collaborating in face-to-face and online formats is crucial to the future success of students. Help your students get a jump on the competition with these tools!
Creativity with Web 2.0 tools
Creativity is alive and well in the 21st century. Add these tools to your repertoire and/or learn how to transition your creative 20th century ideas with these Web 2.0 tools.
Critical Thinking with Web 2.0 tools
To decipher fact from fiction, help students engage in critical thinking with these Web 2.0 tools.
Help your students succeed in the 21st Century world.
Instant access, $49.
About The Instructor
Christen is the Director of eLearning for Powerful Learning Practice. After earning her MEd. in Curriculum and Instruction at the University of Virginia, she began her career as a K-5 Computer Resource Teacher. She enjoyed collaborating with staff and creating technology lessons that engaged students, but caught “the bug” for presenting to educators on a national level. For eleven years, Christen trained educators both face-to-face and virtually with Verizon Thinkfinity. She also served as their Distance Learning Coordinator and Vice President of Professional Development. Christen has enjoyed working with Powerful Learning Practice since 2011 and continuing her work with educators, parents and students alike.
Frequently Asked Questions
How is the material presented?
This self-paced course is a mixture of videos, written content, worksheets, downloadable goodies, and more.
Is this a “live” course? Can I take it whenever I like?
This course is an asynchronous, self-paced learning opportunity. You can review the content whenever you like. Each lesson has video instruction, resources, a practical example, and a “take action” at the end.
When will I have access to the course content?
You’ll get instant access right after we securely process your payment. You then have access to the course material forever.
How do you handle payments?
Can I register multiple people in this course like a school or district?
Absolutely. We give significant discounts for bulk registrations. Please contact us to make an arrangement for your staff, school, or district.
Money Back Guarantee
You might be concerned that these courses won’t work for you. We get that. We offer a no risk, 60-day money back guarantee. If you don’t like the courses, if you feel like you already know the material, or if you just change your mind, we will refund 100% of your money for the first 60 days upon completion of an exit interview so we can learn how to make it better next time around. Do you have questions about this offering? Please contact us!
Improve and enhance your 21st century teaching practices with Web 2.0 tools.
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