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What is Project 24

 

What is Project 24?
Why Is It So Important?

District leaders are under extreme pressure to raise standards for all students with fewer resources. The Project 24 framework and accompanying resources offer district and school leaders tangible assistance in systemic planning for the effective use of technology to improve student outcomes. The framework synthesizes research and best practice into a set of topics to be discussed and addressed by district and school teams. Technology is not the silver bullet and all purchases must be aligned to a vision for student learning to achieve the goal of “college and career readiness” for all students. Project 24 materials are organized around a powerful planning framework and seeks to be a one-stop shop for district-level planning tools, expert advice, creative ideas, and tangible suggestions from experienced education experts and nonprofit education membership organizations.

Using the Website
In an effort to support districts in digital learning implementation, the Project 24 Website is broken into the following sections:Start: You are here now - This section highlights the purpose, framework, and components of the Project 24 initiative.Learn: The heart of Project 24, this section categorizes resources including webinars and hangouts, blog posts, and suggested implementation strategies into the seven topics (gears) in the framework.Explore: Whether state and district leaders are wrestling with BYOD, Common Core, or Digital Citizenship, this section provides suggestions on how to tackle the initiative using the framework as a planning tool.Assess: This section focuses on the Project 24 self-assessment, how to assemble a team, and how districts can analyze report that is provided free after the assessment is completed.Collaborate: States and districts are encouraged to use this section to join the MOOC-ed, Coaching MOOC, and to learn about ways states and districts are implementing the Project 24 framework.Lead: Devoted to leadership, this section provides examples of leaders who are "walking the walk" through educator and district leadership spotlights as well as access to the Project 24 team of experts.About: This section provides links to the Alliance for Excellent Education, the Center for Digital Learning Policy, research and policy papers, as well as materials that districts can use to share Project 24 information with interested colleagues.

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What does math teaching look like in 2020?

With every new iteration of technology, we create generations of students whose primary media "language" for learning and interacting with the world is differe…

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School libraries in the 21st Century

Facilitated at Summer Short Course 2014

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21st Century Classroom Assessment - Unpacking Standards - YouTube

21st Century Classroom Assessment - Unpacking Standards
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Core Progress learning progressioins - YouTube

Expanding teachers' capacity for success with STAR Enterprise.
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Five myths about formative assessment

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As I am involved in the planning and execution of a formative assessment system for my institution’s adult course, this is a topic that has been on my radar lately. In fact, my previous post was ex...

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Stanley and Alig: Formative Assessment for School Leaders | School ...

Todd Stanley and Jana Alig, co-authors of The School Leader's Guide to Formative Assessment, discuss how formative assessment can raise student achievement and.

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Ways to help parents Understand the Common Core - YouTube

Many parents are eager to take a proactive and productive role in student learning. Join us for a 30 minute webinar this Thursday, March 27th, at 3:30pm EST ...
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Teachers toolbox - Professor John Hattie's Table of Effect Sizes


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Positive Behaviour Supports for Children with Disabilities

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Positive Behaviour Supports for Children is a series of three, related e-learning websites developed in 2012 by Canada's Alberta Government and Mount Royal University for use by families, aides and...

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Do we let "school" get in the way of learning?

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I had some great conversations today in Queensland, Australia about some of the ways we need to change our mindsets about teaching and learning.  A big one that I kept reiterating was how we hold o...

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Very good questions raised!

steven cessario's comment, August 18, 1:31 PM
I think school can get in the way of giving young people the opportunity to find themselves or enjoy learning. Grades can inhibit a student to actually learn the task or because they're concerned more about the grade. And schools can force student to read books and do certain work they're not passionate about. Although, I think a lot of schools are adapting to new ways to teaching.
Adrian Bertolini's comment, August 18, 5:51 PM
Just had a conversation about grades with a secondary college yesterday. When the students become more focused on that then learning then we know we have erected a barrier!
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Teach your students how to create and interpret bar graphs

Teach your students how to create and interpret bar graphs | college and career ready | Scoop.it
Learning Intention / Overview

In this activity students will develop an understanding of bar graphs.  A
bar graph uses horizontal or vertical bars to organize and display data for
quick easy generalizations.  The bars represent amounts or qualities of
things being compared.

Methods / Teaching Strategies

Individual Practice

Group Discussion

Personalized Learning Task

Assessment of Learning

Bar Graph Sheet (included)

Individualized Learning (Student Bar Graphs)

Performance Task 1 and 2

Click here to download the free 7 page lesson plan

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When Is a Scaffold Not a Scaffold?

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Over the last few weeks I've found myself reflecting a lot on how much has changed in the educational landscape and my own thinking since What Readers Really Do came out two and a half years ago. A...
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Co-Teaching to the Rescue

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UPDATE: 36 Digital Formative Assessment Tools for the Classroom

UPDATE: 36 Digital Formative Assessment Tools for the Classroom | college and career ready | Scoop.it
We’ve updated our list of digital formative assessment tools for the classroom to include three more good ones. Our list is now at 36!

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Intro the the EQuIP Rubric - YouTube

Get the slides to this presentation at http://wp.me/p1LaUp-iY. Check out more Common Core Lesson Planning Resources at http://blog.learnzillion.com Presentat...
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Building Learning Progressions - YouTube

An edited archive of the February 19, 2013 Hangout on Air for the C4 Model of Learning 21st Century Classroom Assessment course discussion of creating learni...
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20 Simple Assessment Strategies You Can Use Every Day

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20 Simple Assessment Strategies You Can Use Every Day
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Snapwiz | Using Homework as a Formative Assessment (Part 1)

We believe short-cycle formative assessments; student and teacher question authoring; and using homework as a space for students to practice mastery of the Common Core will improve student learning outcomes.

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Formative Assessment: The Secret Sauce of Blended Success

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A few weeks ago, a colleague emailed me about some trouble she was having with her first attempt at blended instruction. She had created some videos to pre-teach a concept, incorporated some active...
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