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Title: 21st Century Skills


1
21st Century Skills
2
Committee Members
  • Paul Cappoferri Associate Principal,
    Facilitator
  • Jana Danay Business Info Tech Teacher,
    Facilitator
  • Cheryl Schenk - Parent Community Member
  • Greg Bell Parent Community Member
  • Corey McCauley Technology Education Teacher
  • Sarah Kraus Math Teacher
  • Jason Kraus Technology Education Teacher
  • Lora Cowell Library Media Specialist Parent
  • Sarah Tweedale Student (Alumni)
  • Polly Dalton Student

3
What are 21st Century Skills?
  • Framework includes
  • Thinking Learning Skills
  • Information Communications Literacy
  • Life Skills
  • 21st Century Content

4
Every Student in the District Needs to be
  • A critical thinker
  • A problem solver
  • An innovator
  • An effective communicator
  • An effective collaborator
  • A self-directed learner
  • Information Media Literate
  • Globally Aware
  • Civically Engaged
  • Financially and Economically literate
  • We used these 21st Century Skills to HUHS-ize
    into World-Class

5
Strategic Plan
  • We will identify, integrate, implement, and
    institutionalize 21st Century Skills into the
    entire curriculum.
  • Our Action Plan We will implement 21st Century
    Skills so that all students have the necessary
    tools for lifelong learning.
  • 1.1 Develop a communication plan that will
    educate all stakeholders about 21st Century
    Skills.
  • 1.2 Develop a 21st Century Skills assessment tool
    to identify gaps in all student learning
    environments.
  • 1.3 Implement Thinking and Learning Skills into
    the curriculum.
  • 1.4 Integrate Information and Communication
    Literacy Skills into the curriculum.
  • 1.5 Implement Life Skills into the curriculum.
  • 1.6 Implement content that is relevant to 21st
    Century.
  • 1.7 Transition current 1st Class Model into a
    World Class Model and institutionalize within the
    school and community.

6
Process 1.7 Transition First Class to World
Class
  • Spring and Summer 2008
  • Identified Qualities that we value
  • Work Ethic, Ethics Continuous themes
  • Integrity, Communication, Adaptability, Work
    Ethic, Critical Thinking, and Global Awareness
  • Created a Logo to represent qualities, strategic
    plan initiatives, and 21st Century Relationship

7
Process 1.1 Communication Plan
  • Focus on Staff and Students
  • Presentation to Staff
  • World Class Initiative
  • September Integrity
  • October Communication
  • November Adaptability
  • December Work Ethic
  • January Critical Thinking
  • February Global Awareness
  • Website of Resources for Qualities
    Information(http//www2.huhs.org/sp/21st/)
  • Faculty expected to introduce qualities through
    educational activities
  • Feedback Forms from Departments to generate
    departmental discussions

8
Accomplishments
  • Presentation to Staff
  • World Class Posters around school Near Future
  • Banner outside of school Near Future
  • Now working on communicating these 21st Century
    Skills with parents and community stakeholders
  • Focus for 08-09 school year

9
Timeline Changes
  • Not completed, still working on as a group
  • 1.1 Develop a communication plan that will
    educate all stakeholders about 21st Century
    Skills
  • 1.7 Transition current 1st Class Model into a
    World Class Model and institutionalize within the
    school and community.
  • 1.2 to 1.6 are all related to curriculum and have
    temporarily been put on hold until 1.1 and 1.7
    are completed.
  • Future initiatives and changes will allow us to
    better complete 1.2 to 1.6.

10
Barriers
  • Staff Buy-In on 21st Century Skills World
    Class initiative
  • Inconsistency of Membership in our Committee

11
Costs
  • Future Curricular Involvement
  • Possibility of a New Schedule Different
    Instructional Strategies
  • Unknown at this time

12
Model Schools for 21st Century Learning
  • Dr. Bill Daggett
  • 2008-2011 Commitment

13
Rigor, Relevance, and RelationshipsDr. Bill
Daggett
  • Rigor, Relevance, and Relationships
  • 2008-2009
  • Great Challenges Real Solutions Right Now!
  • 2009-2010
  • The 21st Century Workforce
  • 2010-2011

14
Incorporation of R-R-R Workshops
  • Dr. Mike Kremer, Lisa Olson, Paul Cappoferri, Joe
    Spudich, Tom Noennig, Jana Danay District Staff
    Leadership Team
  • Bill Priegal, School Board President Brian
    Priestaf, CDM Tool Mfg Ed Majkowski,  Hartford
    Area Development Corporation  and Todd Doerfert,
    Mantz Automation School Board and Community
    Team
  • Finding a way to orchestrate the R-R-R framework
    with our strategic plan to ensure that we are
    meeting the R-R-R framework.
  • Dr. Daggetts Presentation to community members

15
"Schools must develop a culture of excellence
that challenges every student to achieve rigorous
and relevant standards."
  • Richard D. Jones, Ph.D.
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