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Video 1: 21st- Century Skills in Education


Tittle: On Demand Learning in the 21st Century Classroom| Kayla Scheer|TEDxABQED
Video Link: https://youtu.be/bS7AFS0WmWQ

Main Idea: This video is about Kayla Scheer has wanted to be an educator since fourth grade. She
said the power of play takes on a big role in her teaching. Being a Millennial, she’s on the technology
fad, thus it has made its mark on her teaching.As an educator, she’s not sure why we are teaching
“21st century skills” and tinkering with Technology is her concept of learning.

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Message: “Playtime” is not usually a term we find in high school classrooms, but for Kayla Scheer,
the power of play takes on a big role in her teaching. From her personal experiences in tinkering with
technology, letting students play because if we do and use technology then they are going to have
learner autonomy, higher retention and build these trendy 21st century skills. Kayla feels
passionately about the impact it has in her classrooms. Tinkering with Technology is her concept of
learning. Students need to be taught with inquiry to fuel a meaningful learning experience. It is time
for students to take control and facilitate how they learn , this indeed has an impact on all our
futures.

New Vocabularies:
thus= demikian
tinkering=bermain-main
passionately=dengan penuh semangat
inquiry=penyelidikan
captivated=terpikat
solve=memecahkan
voyage=perjalanan
necessarily=perlu

Special Expression: Working on Snapchat, Instagram,Facebook within moments and teaching you
how to do more on your phone. So, my question today is why are we you still teaching our students
with the owner’s manual are? Is that 21st century learning that's what we should be doing now? I
told my husband the story and he said great! but you can't do this every day.

My Comment: Very inspiring video! she allow cell phones in classroom. Letting students play
because if we do and use technology then they are going to have learner autonomy, higher
retention and build these trendy 21st century skills. She have a weekly blog so when students
are done and getting unruly, post to the weekly discussion it's either practicing Spanish or
it's a culture question. They can get on to Quizlet and can study vocabulary, play with the
current issues. Learning in class it's like a game.

Video 2: 21st- Century Skills in Education


Tittle: 21st Century Learner v/s The 20th Century School System
Video Link: https://youtu.be/haJ1qQa4A5Q

Main Idea: This video is about 17 years into the new millennium and educators continue to debate
what makes an educator in the 21st century effective. Some would say that the traditional ways of
teaching and managing a classroom have stood the test of time and continue to be best practices.
Others believe that this century brings with it a paradigm shift in learning that requires new
approaches to teaching.

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Message: 20th century education provided a teacher-centered classroom with compartmentalized


curriculum and students working independently to memorize facts. The teacher operated as the
“sage on the stage;” the giver of all knowledge. 21st Century Education, The world has changed
drastically in the past twenty years. Digital technology revolutionized communication and
collaboration opportunities. 21st century education promotes a student-centered classroom with
authentic, relevant, collaborative project-based learning. The teacher serves as the “guide on the
side;” the facilitator of learning.

New Vocabularies:
approaches=pendekatan
compartmentalized=terkotak
passionately=dengan penuh semangat
contained=terkandung
advances=uang muka
solve=memecahkan
necessarily=perlu

Special Expression: Learning moved from a passive state to an active state in the 21st century.
Rather than focusing on content contained in a specifically chosen textbook, students can now
gather content through their own research. Rather than working in isolation to find answers within
the pages of an assigned book, students can now work collaboratively with classmates and even with
others around the world through the advances in educational technology.

My Comment: 20th Century is learning content and 21st Century is learning the tools and
skills to remake the content to become the producer and creator.
Video 3: 21st- Century Skills in Education
Tittle: Rethinking Learning: The 21st Century Learner | MacArthur Foundation
Video Link: https://youtu.be/c0xa98cy-Rw

Main Idea: This video is John Seely Brown about digital media are changing the way young people
play and socialize in the 21st century, from cell phone and video games to Facebook and YouTube.
The MacArthur Foundation's grantmaking aims to determine how digital media are changing the
way young people learn, play, socialize, and participate in civic life. Answers are critical to education
and other social institutions that must meet the needs of this and future generations.

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Message: inspired and developed, it is learning the content which is very much the 20th century
idea around education. But in 21st century it's learning the tools and the skills of remaking that
content and becoming the creator and the producer. Learning outside of school matters
tremendously for the learning in school, so a lot of what we're trying to say about kids in formal
learning with new media is part of an already existing set of understandings, that educators have of
the importance of the home environment, for the pure environment, for the community, for
learning that happens in schools.

New Vocabularies:
curiosity=rasa ingin tahu
measured=diukur
existing=ada
immersed=terbenam
sanctioned=sanksi
tremendously=sangat
grantmaking=pemberian hibah
aim=tujuan

Special Expression: Gamer is if ain't learning it ain't fun. I don't think any kid is born digitally native,
I think kids are born consuming media but I don't think kids are born producing media. Almost any
kid that you look at and you said wow! this is a great user of digital media you can trace back there's
a parent.

My Comment: 21st Century is learning the tools and skills to remake the content to become
the producer and creator. 21st Century learning outside from the classroom. Learner enjoy
and learn better. Skill base vs theory or knowledge base, using modern technology. Skills for
the 21st Century is moving beyond skills around using technology and expanding skills
around creativity, engagement and social interactions.
Video 4: 21st- Century Skills in Education
Tittle: 21st Century Skills-Steve Baxter
Video Link: https://youtu.be/RCAY098Xkrc

Main Idea: This video is about Steve Baxter is one of Australia’s most successful tech entrepreneurs
and investors.He is a founder,River City Labs Queensland’s Chief Entrepreneurs.Started on he had an
idea to start a business providing dial-up internet services to the United to people and just things it's
wider from there.

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Message: Steve Baxter grew up in the Australian Army, he joined as an apprentice in 1987,15 years
old. He had idea to start a business providing dial-up internet services to the United,he joined a
computer user group for a very strange operating system called Linux. To him it was just so obvious
that the world was going to change, he was pretty sure banking, was going to change and he was
pretty sure that you would be able to buy software and even books online and its really easy to ship
things.

New Vocabularies:
apprentice=magang
providing=menyediakan
strange=aneh

Special Expression: We need to give the maximum possible chance for opportunity. He advice to
young people around effective communication skills is, you've got to understand what they want.
Effective communication is knowing the person you're talking to and how they're motivated.
understand people's motivations for the advice they give you and ask about that person's
background and understand that because they'll give you some advice. You have to understand how
to apply the advice you're getting , ask the right person and the right question understand their
journey and then you actually understand the nuggets you can take out of it.

My Comment: Inspiring video! one thing he have learned is that “ if you're going to invest in
something you find really honest , young , smart people and you invest in them”. If you get
leadership right you can you can get amazing results. So be honest, be open listen, set a
high standard, maintain a high standard. He wish for young Queenslanders is that they have
all the opportunity that will to do whatever they want . That is not gifting them anything.
That's giving them the chance to try.