I recently applied for a curriculum coordinator position in my district school board, and although my current regional position in some ways restricts my ability to teach relevant skills to educators, there are many 21st century skills I'd love to share with local colleagues.
1] How to model academic integrity in your teaching;
2] How to harness universal designs for learning;
3] How to engage rich performance tasks as assessment tools;
4] How to share resources via social bookmarking;
5] How to employ podcasts and video production in teaching/learning;
6] How to collaborate with regional peers via wikis;
7] How to license student/teacher works via Creative Commons;
8] How to employ the power of Google tools;
9] How to develop a rich personal learning network;
10] How to harness the power of handheld technologies;
11] How to augment lessons with video conference technology;
12] How to highlight achievement through online portfolios;
13] How to create and share lessons via multimedia tutorials;
14] How to use blogs as reflective journals;
15] How to ensure your presentations are Zen-like.
Although my current position does not allow me to pursue these subjects during the working day, I will continue to teach and learn via my evolving network on the read/write web.