7 Ways | The ISTE Standards for Students Music Video
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7 Ways | The ISTE Standards for Students Music Video

Shout out to all my 21st century learners out there. You know how we do it. Let’s go! Yo number one – I’m an empowered learner. I set goals and pursue them with fervor. My learning is up to me. It’s not passive. My brain learns best when I am digitally proactive. Number two – I’m a digital citizen. I stay safe on all the sites that I’m visiting. I use technology to make a difference. With power comes responsibility. You diggin it? I’m a knowledge constructor – number three. I carefully select and evaluate what I read. Curate media oh so brilliantly and I think critically about source validity. Four – I’m an innovative designer. That means I solve problems major and minor. Start with empathy, ideate then prototype, test and iterate. That method is so nice. I’m a computational thinker – five. Improving any process that I could find. Writing algorithms and testing in Beta. Analysing to find the trends in the data. I’m a creative communicator – that’s six. Like I put this in the rap song to make it stick. I could use different media or tools like infographics to get my point through. Seven – I’m a global collaborator. I might connect with students way over the equator. Digital tech make the dream come true. Had a virtual field trip with a kid in Peru. That’s seven ways that I can be a life long learner in the 21st century. What kind of student do I want to be? It’s my path. That’s up to me. That’s seven ways that I can be a life long learner in the 21st century. What kind of student do I want to be? It’s my path. That’s up to me.

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15 thoughts on “7 Ways | The ISTE Standards for Students Music Video

  1. This video is awesome! It explains the ways students can be 21st century learners in a medium that every student understands!

  2. This is an awesome video. In keeping with our digital citizenship curriculum….May I use this video to present to students?

  3. I got a block message when using the link to this video from the ebook. "Our systems have detected unusual traffic from your computer network. Please try your request again later."

  4. a "global collaborator"? a "digital field trip with a kid in peru?"
    Very interesting!
    How about verifying that it is a kid in peru?🤔
    Respectfully , these are the things that make it a bit " extra".
    I think technology in classrooms is grand=)
    However I also see how that kind of
    " exploring"….at certain ages ☝️
    Leads to their innocent transfer.
    💁🏼‍♀️ 💁🏽‍♂️ Children @impressionable ages do not !-nor should be expected to completely comprehend the risks.
    Example = Little Bobbie or Suzie have been skyping in class to Africa etc.
    Sure it is monitored and to another student.
    However, when children are 8,9, 11, or even 12! They automatically see this also as " socialization".
    Believe it or not ! Many despite the minimal *Pre- talks " crammed" in there " Cybersecurity" lessons….
    DO in turn …remember only that it was communicating with another child.
    " Oh how much fun we had and they were my age". So they in turn are naturally more drawn to do it " outside" of classes too.
    That is the only thing I wish got emphasized in addition.
    You can not expect such young children to weigh risks as heavy as a grown up.
    That is the only thing I would add for that purpose.
    Children are not adults!
    So be sure to help them …long after the tech in class is over=)
    We hear from kids all the time.
    They all have the feeling " If they communicate with strangers during class… as long as the opposite (* claims to be their age) they believe they are.

  5. Students engraved in learning using various technological devices. Students are engage, and actively working with each other.

  6. The use of all standards were reflected in the video. Students actually think they are just having fun based on the activities they are involved in.

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