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Module 2

Designing Effective Digital Learning

21st century skills a broad set of knowledge, skills, work habits, and character traits that are believed—by educators, school reformers, college professors, employers, and others—to be critically important to success in today’s world
deep learning learning in which the aim is for students to understand and apply what they have learned and be able to transfer that learning to other contexts
designers of digital learning the role of the teacher in 21st century learning
learning partnerships a new model between students and teachers, aimed towards deep learning goals and enabled by technology
authentic learning a wide variety of educational and instructional techniques focused on connecting what students are taught in school to real-world issues, problems, and applications
Bloom’s taxonomy a classification system for thinking skills in instruction
Backward design a process of designing instruction that begins with the objectives of a unit or course and then proceeds “backward” to create lessons that achieve those desired goals
essential questions stimulate thought, provoke inquiry, and spark more questions, including thoughtful student questions, not just pat answers
learning goals brief statements describing what students should know or be able to do by the end of a defined instructional period
authentic assessments assessments aimed at evaluating not just students’ knowledge, but also how well they are able to apply that knowledge to real-world tasks that require higher-order cognitive skills
Created by: FHAteacher