1. 21 ST CENTURY LITERACY MARK G. CACCIATORE FORDHAM UNIVERSITY GRADUATE SCHOOL OF EDUCATION
2. ? Imagine, like Rip did, that you fell asleep for 20 years. You wake up and walk into a classroom. What does teaching & learning look like?“Rips story was soon told, for the whole twenty years had been to him but as one night.The neighbors stared when they heard it; some were seen to wink at each other, and put their tongues in their cheeks.” RIP VAN WINKLE
3. THINK-PAIR-SHARE 21st Century Literacy What literacyskills (reading & Grouping by Ability writing) dostudents need in our Elementary classrooms? Integration of Text Books Tech Gone . . . Problem-Based Learning
4. 21ST CENTURY LITERACIES NCTE 21ST CENTURY LITERACY: WHAT IS IT?P 21 IRA
5. 21ST CENTURY LITERACIESNCTE Categories Ideas for Other What I’ve Done . . . ClassroomsDevelop proficiency with Basic Keyboardthe tools of technology commands: Control “F”Build relationshipsDesign and shareinformation for global Book TrailerscommunitiesManage, analyze andsynthesize multiple Lake of the Woods:streams of simultaneous Multimedia PowerPointsinformationCreate, critique, analyze,and evaluate multi-media Dr. FaustustextsAttend to the ethical Sextingresponsibilities requiredby these complex NJEA & Governorenvironments Christie
6. 21ST CENTURY LITERACY: SOME CLOSURESmagorinsky (2001) No educational methodology, innovation, or movement is a panacea.Lund’s (2006) “Warnings” for Educators BUILDING: Educators must know how to respect, build upon, and incorporate students’ Internet-based cultural identities into higher socio-cognitive functioning.Prensky: Kids are Wired Differently Today!
7. 21st CenturyLiteracyWake-up, Rip!
8. ReferencesLund, A. (2006). The multiple contexts of online language teaching. Language Teaching Research,10, 181–204.National Council of Teachers of English (2008) The NCTE Definition of 21st Century Literacies.Urbana, IL. Retrieved March 22, 2010, fromhttp://www.ncte.org/positions/statements/21stcentdefinitionPrensky, Marc (2001). Digital natives, digital immigrants. On the Horizon, 9(5), 1-6.Smagorinsky, P. (2001). If meaning is constructed, what is it made from? Toward a cultural theory ofreading. Review of Educational Research, 71, 133–169.