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CAL Learner Vision
VISION STATEMENTWe exist to inquire, create new knowledge, share knowledge and participate productively, and pursue personal and organizational growth.
Comments from Meeting of 21st Century Learner Standards Vision Committee (7-11-08)
Becky Johnson – The vision should be in a multimedia format, with each element linked to portals where students, teachers, administrators, community, etc., can link to the components of the vision. Each element of the vision opens a new portal. By embodying the vision in this way, we...
• Create new knowledge;
• Manifest the vision in a sensory way;
• Experience the vision as we make it as we discuss it.
Jody Howard – This can be a living vision, a vision where everyone contributes.
Stevan Kalmon – Becky is making a concrete representation of the vision --- a manifestation of the vision described in a 3-dimensional form that is multi-faceted. Vision could be a Wiki and could be collaborative. But the product is not the point right now; it's the conceptualization of the vision in space and time, rather than just words. Words alone cannot capture it; a line of words doesn't represent it. Must imagine it in multiple dimensions.
Jody Howard -- The first person "we" is essential, giving the vision force.
Stevan Kalmon -- The first person requires each of us to own the vision, to manifest the vision, in everything we do.
Jody Gehrig – It’s not our vision – but a vision open to discussion, and the universe participates. The audience is educational citizens. It’s about common beliefs, culture change, & learning 1st, tools 3rd.
Becky Johnson – The vision is a collaborative culture. The vision statement is dynamic and changes when the culture changes. Not just a vision but a vision that continually changes with the world and when the students change. It exists in virtual space – share in many ways and many places – link to whatever you want to link to. We are all 21st century learners.
Logo and/or slogan
• Understand (suggested modification -- Create)
“Learner’s Bill of Rights” (suggested by Jody Gehrig)I am a 21st Century Learner because I have the right to inquireI am a 21st Century Learner because I have the right to...
(Or is it, Because I have the right to..., I am a 21st Century Learner...?)
Dan Maas- Not sure if this is helpful, but these are Hallmarks of 21st Century Learning that we are using LPS...
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