21st Century Learning Design

Posted 8/5/2015

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21st Century Learning Design (21CLD) for Educators is a collection of 8 courses with 4-6 lessons in each course. This learning path provides teachers with clear and practical ways to develop 21st skills using digital technologies with their students. Through a collection of Office Mix Lessons, 21st Century Learning Design for Educators builds on the research methodology providing a collaborative, practice-based process to help educators transform how they design enriching learning activities for their students. The complete series of 8 courses consists of 20 hours of Office Mix Lessons, video and self-assessment materials. Educators have the opportunity to actively participate in the course by sharing their materials and by engaging in ongoing discussion as part of a community of learners.

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This course gives an overview of the key 21st century skills of; collaboration, knowledge construction, self-regulation, problem-solving and innovation, information and communications technology (ICT) for learning, and skilled communication. It explores what learning looks like in the 21st century and how innovative teaching practices can support student learning to develop these skills. To successfully complete this course, you must pass the assessment by answering at least 80% of the questions correctly.
12/30/2015
1 Hours

Optional

This course explores the broader meaning of collaboration, and your understanding of it. You will learn to design lessons in which students can develop collaboration skills. You will be introduced to the dimensions of collaboration and learn to identify when lessons contain these dimensions. To successfully complete this course, you must pass the assessment by answering at least 80% of the questions correctly.
12/30/2015
3 Hours

Optional

This course introduces the concept of skilled communication and supports teachers to design learning activities where young people can develop this important skill. To successfully complete this course, you must pass the assessment by answering at least 80% of the questions correctly.
12/30/2015
3 Hours

Optional

This course introduces you to the dimensions of Knowledge Construction so that students can build deep knowledge that they can transfer and apply in practice. To successfully complete this course, you must pass the assessment by answering at least 80% of the questions correctly.
12/30/2015
3 Hours

Optional

This course introduces you to the idea of self-regulation and the dimensions of working on long-term projects, students planning their own work and providing opportunities to revise work based on feedback. To successfully complete this course, you must pass the assessment by answering at least 80% of the questions correctly.
12/30/2015
3 Hours

Optional

This course defines what we mean by problem-solving and the dimensions that should be present in such activities. Learn how to provide your students with opportunities to engage in real world problems and to apply their solutions or ideas in practice. To successfully complete this course, you must pass the assessment by answering at least 80% of the questions correctly.
10/9/2017
3 Hours

Optional

Information and communication technologies (ICT) have become commonplace in all aspects of life, including education. The use of ICT in education all too often supports the consumption of information and ideas. This course highlights the need to use ICT to transform learning experiences and to create and design new information. To successfully complete this course, you must pass the assessment by answering at least 80% of the questions correctly.
12/30/2015
3 Hours

Required

This course will provide you with practical activities where you can reflect on your practice and on the practice of other teachers. This self-reflection and observation ensures that you can continue to enhance your professional practice using ICT, in order to develop your students’ 21st century skills.
12/30/2015
1 Hours