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Title: In Partnership for 21st Century Skills


1
In Partnership for 21st Century Skills
  • You and P21 Perfect Together

Hilda K. Weisburg NJASL 2009
2
What Will Be Covered
  • What P21 is
  • Framework
  • Route 21
  • State initiatives
  • New Jersey and P21
  • What this means to you

3
Partnership for 21st Century Skills
  • Website
  • http//www.21stcenturyskills.org
  • Mission
  • Serve as a catalyst to position 21st century
    skills at the center of US K-12 education by
    building collaborative partnerships among
    education, business, community and government
    leaders

4
P21 Members
  • Adobe Systems, Inc. AASL Apple ASCD
  • Blackboard, Inc. Cable in the Classroom
  • Cisco Systems Corporation for Public
    Broadcasting
  • Dell, Inc. Education Networks of America
  • Education Testing Service EF Education
  • Gale, Cengage Learning Hewlett Packard
  • Intel Foundation JA Worldwide K12

5
P21 Members - continued
  • KnowledgeWorks Foundation Learning Point
    Associates
  • LEGO Group Lenovo McGraw-Hill Measured Progress
  • Microsoft Corporation National Education
    Association
  • Nellie Mae Education Foundation
  • Oracle Education Foundation Pearson Quarasan!
  • Scholastic Education Sesame Workshop
  • Sun Microsystems THINKronize Verizon
  • Walt Disney Company

6
Skills Framework
7
Inner Arch
  • CORE SUBJECTS
  • English, reading or language arts
  • World languages
  • Arts
  • Mathematics
  • Economics
  • Science
  • Geography
  • History
  • Government and Civics
  • 21ST CENTURY THEMES
  • Global Awareness
  • Financial, Economic, Business Entrepreneurial
    Literacy
  • Civic Literacy
  • Health Literacy

8
Outer Arch
  • Life Career Skills
  • Flexibility Adaptability
  • Initiative and Self-Direction
  • Social and Cross Cultural Skills
  • Productivity Accountability
  • Leadership Responsibility
  • Learning Innovations Skills
  • Creativity Innovation
  • Critical Thinking Problem Solving
  • Communication Collaboration

Information, Media Technology
Skills Information Literacy Media Literacy ICT
Literacy
9
Ring One
  • STANDARDS ASSESSMENTS -1
  • Supports a balance of assessments, including
    high-quality standardized testing along with
    effective classroom formative and summative
    assessments
  • Emphasizes useful feedback on student performance
    that is embedded into everyday learning
  • Requires a balance of technology-enhanced,
    formative and summative assessments that measure
    student mastery of 21st century skills

10
Ring One
  • STANDARDS ASSESSMENTS -2
  • Enables development of portfolios of student work
    that demonstrate mastery of 21st century skills
    to educators and prospective employers
  • Enables a balanced portfolio of measures to
    assess the educational systems effectiveness at
    reaching high levels of student competency in
    21st century skills

11
Ring Two
  • Curriculum Instruction
  • Teaches 21st century skills discretely in the
    context of core subjects and 21st century
    interdisciplinary themes
  • Focuses on providing opportunities for applying
    21st century skills across content areas and for
    a competency-based approach to learning
  • Enables innovative learning methods that
    integrate the use of supportive technologies,
    inquiry- and problem-based approaches and higher
    order thinking skills
  • Encourages the integration of community resources
    beyond school walls

12
Ring Three
  • Professional Development
  • P21 has established an Affiliate Program for
    companies and organizations that specialize in
    providing administrator and educator training to
    states, districts and schools.  All PD Affiliates
    have been accepted into the program and have
    attended a comprehensive 3-day training on the
    P21 framework. 

13
Ring Four
  • Learning Environnents -1
  • Creates learning practices, human support and
    physical environments that will support the
    teaching and learning of 21st century skill
    outcomes
  • Supports professional learning communities that
    enable educators to collaborate, share best
    practices and integrate 21st century skills into
    classroom practice
  • Enables students to learn in relevant, real world
    21st century contexts (e.g., through
    project-based or other applied work)

14
Ring Four
  • Learning Environnents -2
  • Allows equitable access to quality learning
    tools, technologies and resources
  • Provides 21st century architectural and interior
    designs for group, team and individual learning.
  • Supports expanded community and international
    involvement in learning, both face-to-face and
    online

15
Route 21
  • One-stop shopping for 21st century skill
    information and resources
  • Four Core Areas
  • ICT Literacy Maps http//www.21stcenturyskills.org
    /index.php?Itemid33id31optioncom_contenttask
    view
  • Click on 21st Century Skills for Framework
    definitions
  • Terms in detail e.g. Creativity and Innovation
  • 21st Century Standards

16
Route 21 21st Century Skills
  • 21st Century Standards
  • Focus on 21st century skills, content knowledge
    and expertise
  • Build understanding across and among core
    subjects as well as 21st century
    interdisciplinary themes
  • Emphasize deep understanding rather than shallow
    knowledge
  • Engage students with the real world data, tools
    and experts they will encounter in college, on
    the job, and in life students learn best when
    actively engaged in solving meaningful problems
  • Allow for multiple measures of mastery

17
Route 21- Resources
  • Currently 592 items
  • Includes lesson plans
  • Browse by
  • Support System (e.g. Learning Environments)
  • Skill (e.g. Information, Media and Technology
    Skills)
  • Knowledge (Core Subjects, Interdisciplinary
    Themes)

18
State Initiative Objective
  • Develop a national network of states that are
    implementing statewide projects that further the
    goal of ensuring every child possesses 21st
    century skills.

19
P21 States
  • Arizona
  • Illinois
  • Iowa
  • Kansas
  • Louisiana
  • Maine
  • Massachusetts
  • Nevada
  • NEW JERSEY
  • North Carolina
  • Ohio
  • South Dakota
  • West Virginia
  • Wisconsin

20
State Responsibilities
  • P21 Leadership States design new standards,
    assessments, and professional development
    programs that prepare students with the 21st
    century skills they need to be successful in
    school, work, and life. To become a P21
    Leadership State, a state demonstrates commitment
    from the governor and chief state school officer
    and submits an application to P21 that describes
    the states plan to revise standards, create
    assessments and implement 21st century skills
    professional development programs. 

21
State Leadership Project
  • The Partnerships State Leadership Project is
    designed to foster and promote educational
    practices in states that have aligned their
    educational vision, focus and resources around
    21st century learning.
  •  
  • The Partnership will work with state-based
    coalitions and policy leaders to build a
    state-wide agenda, coalition, and implementation
    plan. While implementation strategies may vary
    among states, a common goal ensuring that every
    child possesses 21st century skills is shared
    by every state.

22
Expectations for States-1
  • In order to be successful in this school
    improvement effort, states must plan for
    appropriate resources for their 21st Century
    Skills initiatives including budget, staff and
    physical infrastructure, which at minimum should
    include
  •  Ensure high level state leadership support for
    participation as a P21 Leadership State.

23
Expectations for States-2
  • Establish a State Based Advisory Committee
  • Ensure professional development strategies that
    develop the capacity of teachers across the state
  • Undertake Standards Setting/Assessment Alignment
  • Communication of Proofs of Concept

24
NJ and P21
  • Vision New Jersey citizens have the requisite
    knowledge to live and work effectively in a
    complex and dynamic world.
  • Mission The creation of a systemic approach to
    ensure that all New Jersey students are provided
    with the knowledge and skills to be able to
    function culturally, politically and economically
    in a global society.

25
NJ P21 Advisory Board
  • Creating 21st Century New Jersey Schools
  • Phase 1 (2009-2010)
  • Awareness and Familiarization
  • Phase 2 (2010 -2011)
  • Critical Transformations
  • Phase 3 (2011-2012)
  • Sustaining the Change

26
Effects of P21 in NJ
  • Professional Development
  • Teachers
  • Administrators
  • Bandwidth issues
  • Standards
  • New requirements for graduation
  • 2.5 credits in financial, economic, business and
    entrepreneurial literacy (210-211 9th graders)
  • National Core Standards

27
NJ P21 and You
  • You are a vital resource in making it happen
  • Many stakeholders dont know that
  • Whos responsibility is it to make them aware?
  • Mine
  • NJASL
  • YOU!!!!!!

28
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