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21st century curriculum standard and current curriculum research practice april 2016


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Moi university presentation on 21st century curriculum standard and current research practice.

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21st century curriculum standard and current curriculum research practice april 2016

  1. 1. 21st Century Standards and Curriculum: Current Research and Practice
  2. 2. Key Indicators for Educational Attainment in Kenya • Learner Outcomes • Quality of Education Institutions • Readiness for School • Societal Support for Learning • Education & Economic Productivity • Equity
  3. 3. 21st Century Education Photo: It breaks the mould. It is flexible, creative, challenging, and complex.  It addresses a rapidly changing world filled with new problems as well as exciting new possibilities.
  4. 4. The Framework for 21st Century Learning describes the skills, knowledge and expertise students must master to succeed in work and life. 21st Framework for the 21st Century Skills
  5. 5. • Teaming • Collaboration • Interpersonal Skills • Local, National Global Orienteers • Interactive Communication
  6. 6. The four “C”s • Critical thinking and problem solving • Communication • Collaboration • Creativity and innovation As the three “R”s serve as an umbrella for other subjects, the four “C”s do for other skills.
  7. 7. • Visual and Information literacies • Media literary • Basic, scientific economic and technological literacies, and • Multicultural literacy
  8. 8. • Flexibility and Adaptability • Leadership and Responsibility • Social and Cross-Cultural skills. • Initiative and Self-Direction • Productivity and Accountability • Ethical, moral and spiritual values.
  9. 9. • Way of Thinking – creativity, critical thinking, problem solving, decision making and learning. • Way of Working – Communication and Collaboration. • Tools for Working – Information and Communications Technology (ICT) and information literacy. • Skills for living in the world – Citizenship, life and career, and personal and social responsibility.
  10. 10. 21st Century Skills Framework Standards & Assessment Curriculum & Instruction Professional Development Learning Environments
  11. 11. What is 21st Century Learning? 04/15/16 Zoraini Wati Abas 12
  12. 12. About Learning 04/15/16 Laban Ayiro 13 BEFORE NOW (BYOD)
  13. 13. Old Learner vs. New Learner Text Content Passive Formal Techno- Phobic Visual Content Hands-On Personal Techno-Savvy
  14. 14. Old Learner vs. New Learner Independent Competitive Sequential Interactive Collaborative Non-Linear
  15. 15. Learner-Centric 04/15/16 Zoraini Wati Abas 16 Adapted from: Morrison(2003). E-Learning strategies: How to get implementation and delivery right the first time. Hoboken, NJ: John Wiley
  16. 16. Designed Instruction in the 21st Century Expectation • Use innovative strategies and modern learning technologies learning content skills real life
  17. 17. Towards Competency Based Education
  18. 18. • Problem-Based Learning • Cooperative Learning • linking knowledge with the real world
  19. 19. Allows Students to: Access Information And Knowledge By Themselves “Learn How To Learn”. Students contribute to the construction of their own knowledge and produce information that has value or meaning to them in order to achieve collaborative work in its truest sense. The Essence of Learning
  20. 20. The Rigor/Relevance Framework A Acquisition B Application C Assimilation D Adaptation K N O W L E D G E T A X O N O M Y 6 5 4 3 2 1 Evaluation Synthesis Analysis Application Understanding Awareness APPLICATION MODEL 1 2 3 4 5 Knowledge Apply in discipline Apply across disciplines Apply to real world predictable situations Apply to real- world unpredictable situations
  21. 21. Bransen, Robert; “Why Schools can’t Improve: The Upper Limit Hypothesis”
  22. 22. THANK YOU 04/15/16Prof.LabanP.Ayiro 26