Week 6 – 2nd Quarter Daily Lesson Log DLL Now Available | September 17 – 21, 2018
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>>> K-12 Education – Critical Learning and Innovation Skills
Communication and collaboration
Learning is a fundamentally social activity—whether in schools, workplaces, or other environments. The communication and collaboration skill sets refer to the ability of individuals to communicate clearly, using oral, written, and non-verbal languages, and collaborate effectively and responsibly with diverse populations. In the area of communication skills, the growing diversity of student population poses new communication challenges. Although communication and problem-solving skills have always been important, society now demands that everyone to have these skills, not just an educated elite.
While education has focused on the fundamentals of good communication – speech, writing, and reading- the demands of social relations and global economy call for a much more diverse set of communication and collaboration skills. Therefore, today’s student should be able to:
- Articulate thoughts and ideas effectively using oral, written and nonverbal communication skills in a variety of forms and contexts.
- Listen effectively to decipher meaning, including knowledge, values, attitudes and intentions
- Use communication for a variety of purposes [e.g., to inform, instruct, motivate and persuade]
- Utilize multiple media and technologies, and know how to judge their effectiveness a priori as well as assess their impact
- Communicate effectively in diverse environments [including multi-lingual
Collaborate with Others
- Demonstrate the ability to work effectively and respectfully with diverse teams
- Exercise flexibility and willingness to be helpful in making necessary compromises to accomplish a common goal
- Assume shared responsibility for collaborative work, and value individual contributions made by each team member
These communication and collaboration skills can be learned through a variety of methods (e.g., project-based learning, problem-based learning, and design-based learning). Research on teaching communication and collaboration skills encourages direct and mediated communication, working with others on team projects, and performance-based learning and assessment.
Critical thinking and problem solving – K-12 Education
Critical thinking and problem solving skills include the ability of individuals to a) reason effectively, b) ask pointed questions and solve problems, c) analyze and evaluate alternative points of view, and d) reflect critically on decisions and processes. The initiative specifically focuses on the ability of learners to: a) reason effectively, b) use systems thinking, c) make judgments and decisions, and solve problems. define critical thinking as the ability to analyze, interpret, evaluate, summarize, and synthesize information. What gives these, perhaps traditional, critical thinking skills a twist in the 21st Century is the availability of advanced technologies for accessing, manipulating, creating, analyzing, managing, storing, and communicating information.
Creativity and innovation
Just as business and industry must constantly adapt to the rapid shifts in this 21st Century, so must education. This calls for a culture of innovation informed by data, research, and critical and creative thinking. This skill set promotes creative thinking and the ability to work creatively with others.
Creativity is often described as an essential skill that can and should be fostered (Wegerif & Dawes, 2004). In a review of the interconnection between technology, learning and creativity, Loveless (2002) shows how technology allows individuals to produce high quality work in a range of media that provide opportunities for creativity.
Lack of attention to developing creativity and innovation skills is often based on a common misperception that creativity is only for artistic-types and geniuses – that creativity is something one is born with or without (Trilling & Fadel, 2009). Creativity can, Triling & Fadel argue, be nurtured by teachers and learning environments that encourage questioning, openness to new ideas, and learning from mistakes and failures. Creativity and innovation skills can be developed, like other skills, with practice and over time (Wegerif & Dawes, 2004). Though it is difficult to assess creativity, there are multiple instruments and assessments that have been designed to measure creativity in specific fields such as problem solving and design.
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Week 6 – 2nd Quarter Daily Lesson Log DLL Now Available
September 17 -21, 2018
New! Kinder Daily Lesson Log
New! Grade 1 Daily Lesson Log
New! Grade 2 Daily Lesson Log
New! Grade 3 Daily Lesson Log
New! Grade 4 Daily Lesson Log
New! Grade 5 Daily Lesson Log
New! Grade 6 Daily Lesson Log
Grades 7 to 12 still processing.
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