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  • 1. May 2013 – NYSED NetworkTraining InstituteWhat every educator should knowPaige Jaeger
  • 2. If your assignment can beanswered on Google, then it isvoid of higher level thought.Hide ‘n Seek…
  • 3.  This generation istechnologicallyliterate,But informationilliterate.
  • 4. http://chestofbooks.com/travel/usa/arizona/grand-canyon/John-Stoddard-Lectures/images/Looking-Through-A-Crevice-Of-The-Enchanted-Mesa.png
  • 5.  Top Down Left Right Answer questions.
  • 6. “We …have lost control over theinformation. Children control itnow. They need to learn to control[it]…in positive, productive, andpersonally meaningful ways….”
  • 7. • VisualThesaurus.com• VISUwords.com• Use tools
  • 8. INTERNET DATABASES
  • 9. “Average Person spends two seconds on each website.”-Marilee SprengerImages:fannation.comOrkin.comnews.discovery.com
  • 10.  A Information B Sources C Newspapers D Magazines E Educational Videos F Vetted resources G Print-worthy material
  • 11.  Quotes “red list” Booleen operators Lincoln NOT car Hurricane NOT basketball
  • 12.  Essential? Valuable? Interesting? Trivia?Could helpCould helpShouldhelpShouldhelpTriviaTriviaMust UseMust Use
  • 13. See your LIBRARIAN for passwords to yourDatabases. You likely have▪NOVEL▪ & moreFor Today’s purposes, we will use theaccess point: Coolibrary.com
  • 14. When is it important torestrict dates? When is itimportant to usemultiple words ?When might you want to limitby NOT?
  • 15. Hands On Scenarios-topics: Pesticides - carcinogen – link Pleasure sports  environmental insults Extreme sports regulations needed? Speed restrictions  cars, safety Oil spills, government control, automobileemissions Poverty  effects  justice
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