Links to Resources00000
ERD 21 Team
Abbey Futrell
Robert Sox
Jason Rhodes
Heather Mullins
21st Century Skills Defined
As you look around the room at the sketches of 21st Century
Learners, what one skill can you deduce 21st Century leaders,
teachers and students should have?
Are You Old School or New School?
To understand your beliefs about the use of technology in education, the Old School New School quiz will help you see if you are old school or new school. Are you an enthusiastic supporter of technology in education, or a bit more skeptical?
Old School or New School Quiz
21st Century Skills
(The Rainbow)

Above and Beyond Video
Assessing Your School's Progress.


Enter responses here:
Your Responses
Student Engagement and Technology
How do teachers effectively engage students?
Keys to Engagement

Engagement Responses
Hook Stations
Actively engaging students in their learning.
Hook Stations
Integrating technology knowledge, pedagogical knowledge, and content knowledge.
Standard IV Alignment
How does technology knowledge align with the standards? Create a Venn Diagram to show this.
Lucid Chart
TPACK Resources
Resources for better understanding the TPACK model.
CITE Journal
The Innovative Educator
Henrico County TPACK

The 7 Habits of Highly Effective Tech-Leading Principals
What makes a great 21st century principal?
Article: 7 Habits of Highly Effective Tech-Leading Principals
Inspiring Innovation
"If we're not trying new things, we're not learning." - Eric Sheninger
Activity: Penzu
Fostering Collaboration
"If the adults in the building aren't collaborating with each other and having open conversations using tools like Twitter, then it's not going to translate down to our students." - Patrick Larkin
Activity: Twitter
Video: Eric Sheninger's Story
Blog Post: "All a Twitter about Education"
Article: The A-Z Dictionary of Educational Twitter Hashtags
Video: What is #Edchat?
Being Open to New Ideas
"It's the principal's job to get everybody in the school involved and invested in a new vision for the school and to demonstrate to them that their input is valued." - Lyn Hilt
Video: Skype Explained Visually
Video: Skype in Education
Video: Kara Cornjeo Describes her Global Weather Project
Website: Skype an Author Network
Being a Connected Learner
"If I can pinpoint the catalyst for all the change and transformation that's taken place in my school, none of it happened until I became a connected learner." - Eric Sheninger
Article: Modern Education Leadership from a High School Principal
Connected Principals: Community and Resources for principals
The Educator's PLN: Digital Discussion Forum with more than 9000 principals
Administrators Discussion Group at Edutopia
edweb.net: Connect with Colleagues in Education
ASCD EDge: A Professional Networking Community for Educators
Article: Best 100 Classroom Web 2.0 Tools by Edudemic
Interactive Slideshow: 2011 Best 100 Tools for Learning by Center for Learning and Performance Technologies
Locating and Providing Adequate Resources
"When you speak with tech-leading principals, they will tell you that it's not fundamentally about the technology. It's about the technology supporting what the learning goals are." - Patrick Larkin
Resource: Delicious
Video: Delicious Stacks
Resource / Video: Diigo
Risk Taking
"There has to be a concerted effort on the part of the principal to allow the faculty to believe that risk-taking is ok." - Eric Sheninger
Activity: Lino.it
Activity: Tricider Question / Response
Resource: 10 Things you can do to be an Ed Tech Star this Summer
Having a Visionary Focus
"We have to model how to use these tools appropriately, how to have a positive digital footprint, and this is all part of the new literacy." - Lyn Hilt


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