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Tiger Tech: Flex, SEL & ATL

Tech Tools, tips, how-tos and resources for High School.

Resources for Flex, Social-Emotional Learning (PSE) and Approaches to Learning (ATL)

This section is under continual development. One of MrT's projects this year is to gather needs, create resources and pilot sessions. If your team needs a workshop session, let me know. In spring 2019, we'll organise them for the following year. 

We can make clear connections between social-emotional learning, the IB ATL framework and supporting resources from the DQ Institute, Common Sense Education and the ISTE Standards for Students

Working towards high competency as digital global citizens will support WAB in many of its FLoW21 targets and in implementation of the IB MYP & DP programmes.

Grade 9

Delivered Sessions

 

Suitable Resources

Grade 10

Delivered Sessions

Grade 10 focuses largely on Personal Project until spring. 

 

 

 

 

 

Suitable Resources

Grade 11

Delivered Sessions

Grade 11 focuses largely on TOK and getting going in the IB Diploma. 

 

 

 

 

 

Suitable Resources

Grade 12

Delivered Sessions

 

 

 

Suitable Resources

TigerTech HS Flex/SEL/ATL Resources

Resources for WAB High School Flex/SEL/ATL sessions are developed by Stephen Taylor, Learning & Technology Coach, in collaboration with team leaders and teachers, using a range of reliable, recognised frameworks. 

IB ATL Skills

Education

Harvard Education

International Society for Technology in Education

Google: Be Internet Awesome

Digital Intelligence & World Economic Forum

Common Sense Education: A Toolkit for Digital Citizenship

Resources & Materials from Common Sense Education

Common Sense Media's resources are research-based, high-quality and easily adapted for WAB's context. 

 

Backed by research. Inspired by real life.

Designed and developed in partnership with Project Zero at the Harvard Graduate School of Education -- and guided by research with thousands of educators -- each digital citizenship lesson takes on real challenges and digital dilemmas that students face today, giving them the skills they need to succeed as digital learners, leaders, and citizens tomorrow.

See Stephen's PZ Cultures of Thinking & Making Thinking Visible resources here

Digital Intelligence: DQ & The OECD's 2030 Learning Framework

This framework from the DQ Institute shows some examples of competencies that can be addressed. In the initial years, we can develop sessions and resources to support the Digital Citizenship level. This is connected to the OECD's Coalition for Digital Intelligence and their 2030 Learning Framework goals

LibGuides Pathfinders created by Stephen Taylor (@sjtylr) for the Faculty of Western Academy of Beijing. Icons from FlatIcon.com unless otherwise credited.