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November 2013 | 200 pages | Corwin
Provides classroom teachers, instructional coaches, building and district administrators with a concrete road map to implement the tenets of 21st Century skills/themes using Digital Age Best Practices that includes the necessary research base, exemplars, and implementation strategies.
 
Preface
 
Acknowledgments
 
About the Author
 
Introduction
 
Section I. Digital Age Best Practices
 
Chapter 1. Bolstering Purposeful Inquiry Through Student Questions
 
Chapter 2. Promoting Shared Expertise With Networked Collaboration
 
Chapter 3. Personalizing and Globalizing Content by Making Authentic Connections
 
Chapter 4. Accelerating Individual Growth Through Vertical and Horizontal Differentiation
 
Chapter 5. Anchoring Student Learning With Digital Age Tools and Resources
 
Chapter 6. Clarifying Student Understanding With Formative Assessments
 
Chapter 7. Implementing Student-Centered Learning Environments
 
Section II. A Converging Educational Landscape
 
Chapter 8. A National Perspective
 
Chapter 9. The Atlantic City Experience
 
Section III. Implementation Plan
 
Chapter 10. Differentiated Professional Development
 
Chapter 11. Three-Stage Model
 
Section IV. Instructional Leadership
 
Chapter 12. 5Cs of Instructional Leadership
 
References
 
Index

Supplements

"If you are looking for a book that makes the links between standards, technology use, and readily implementable classroom lessons and makes a difference for students, then consider yourself to have one in your hand. In addition, the connections made to diversified professional development and administrative practices are laid out in a way that makes it easy to put them in to practice tomorrow."

Dr. Bonnie Tryon, Ed.D, SAANYS Representative
New York City, NY

"This book provides cutting-edge professional learning in the teaching of higher level learning skills. When schools, systems, states and nations (e.g. Singapore) need to equip students with the skills that will facilitate creativity here is the blueprint. The carefully crafted advice has been road tested and it works. I am waiting impatiently for the book to become available because it can help to improve every student’s learning, and therefore it should be essential reading for every preservice teacher and educational paraprofessional during their training."

Dr. Neil MacNeill, Principal
Ellenbrook Independent Primary School, Ellenbrook, WA

"Rather than keeping the discussion at the theoretical level, Moersch provides concrete scenarios and the success and challenges.  The need for administrative support and leadership is detailed, as are walkthrough examples and implementation recommendations. This text is scholarly, but accessible, and includes a balance of real-life examples and strategies."

Library Media Connection, August/September 2014

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