Here is a site that has several really thought provoking quotes on Creativity and Innovation. The quotes themselves may assist students in understanding what we want for them in terms of the creation of new knowledge and learning products.
The purpose of this resource is to provide ”Just in Time” training through an online interface for K-12 administrators based on the National Educational Technology Standards for Administrators (NETS-A). These standards are the basic technology skills every administrator should possess. In the process, administrators will develop their own skills and discover what teachers need in order to meet the NETS for Teachers (NETS-T).
Visit the web site and the Capstone Activities for each NETS-A to gain a better sense of what skills you need to acquire to become an administrator of the 21st Century!
Please visit 21 Things for Adminstrators! There is a section for each NETS-A indicator.
Please view the ISTE NETS WIKI for various scenarios of Research and Information Fluency.
Please view the ISTE NETS WIKI for various scenarios of Communication and Collaboration.
Please refer to the ISTE NETS WIKI for samples of various scenarios for Creativity and Innovation.
View videos of NETS•S in Action taken at the ISTE Leadership Symposium at NECC 2008.
Leadership Symposium presenters were asked to provide a “snapshot” of a lesson from their classroom that incorporates one or more of the NETS•S performance indicators. The following videos have been edited to add PowerPoint slides and relevant performance indicators.
These videos provide excerpts of lessons that demonstrate the effective integration of technology in the classroom learning environment and highlight strategies that contribute to student learning that can lead to mastery of the NETS•S.
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Student Sample Projects: Here are two examples of the final student products.
TED Talk: http://www.ted.com/talks/sugata_mitra_the_child_driven_education.html – Child Driven Education