I just handed in my final draft of my new book to Corwin. Looks like the title will be "Teaching Digital Natives: Partnering for REAL Learning." Publication date: March 1, 2010.
Here's the Table of Contents:
Introduction: Our Changing World: Technology and Global Society
Chapter 1: Partnering: a Pedagogy for the New Educational Landscape
Chapter 2: Moving to the Partnership Pedagogy
Chapter 3: Thinking “People and Passions” rather than “Classes and Content”
Chapter 4: Being REAL (not Just Relevant)
Chapter 5: Planning: Content to Questions, Questions to Skills
Chapter 6: Using Technology in Partnering
Chapter 7: Understanding the “Nouns,” or Tools
Chapter 8: Letting Your Students Create
Chapter 9: Continuously Improving through Sharing and Practice
Chapter 10: Assessment in the Partnering Pedagogy
Conclusion: Partnering in the Future
A new article:
Other recent articles:
An article that talks about new distinctions for the future, when all will have been born in the digital age.
A letter suggesting that changing our curriculum and our teaching methods is far more important to our future than doing the "old stuff" better
A list suggesting that, as important as technology will become in our future, a great many of the skills today's kids will need to succeed in the future do not directly involve technogy (although they are certainly not the non-technology skills we currently teach).
The missing element in teachers' learning from each other's successes.