Define audience and purposeClassroom teachers (K-16) face daunting challenges as they seek to help their students navigate a world in which the AMOUNT of information their students have access to increases EVERY day. (look for stats).
You Tube video about the impact of Facebook
HOW TO BEGIN????
Let’s examine the ‘how-to’s” by looking at Sandy’s experience… INSERT SLIDES TO DESCRIBE (see if any of the HOW-TO slides might integrate with your story)
Maybe I could share here how I had my students work in pairs and how the research was used to create the multimodal projects?http://www.ncte.org/positions/statements/multimodalliteracies (linking art, music, movement, drama)
+ http://www.slides hare.net/TerryAtki nson1/wcps2012- 13806703 Empowering Students to Make the Most of Internet Research WCPS Summer Institute July 31, 2012 Terry Atkinson-East Carolina University email@example.com Sandra Brannan-Wayne County Schools firstname.lastname@example.org
Communication and information accesschanges by the moment…
DEBUT: February 15, 200548 hours of video uploaded every minute = approximately 8years of content uploaded DAILYMore than 3 billion videos viewed DAILYIn ONE MONTH more video uploaded to YouTube than the 3major US TV networks created in 60 years!
+ Copyright/Fair Use Fair use is any copying of copyrighted material done for a limited and “transformative” purpose such as commentary, criticism, or parody. “Fair” uses do not require permission from the copyright owner. Section 110(1) of the Copyright Act explicitly permits teachers and students in a nonprofit educational institution to perform or display any copyrighted work in the course of face-to- face teaching activities. In face-to-face instruction, such teachers and students may act out a play, read aloud a poem, display a cartoon or a slide, or play a videotape so long as the copy of the videotape was lawfully obtained. In essence, Section 110(1) permits performance and display of any kind of copyrighted work, and even a complete work, as a part of face-to-face instruction. http://www.waynecountyschools.org/cms/lib6/NC01000512/Centric ity/Domain/1932/copyright_primer_learnNC.pdf
+ However….. Posting something to the public web is legally considered to be publication. If you post copyrighted material, such as an image, to a website where anyone can view it, without specific permission, you are infringing upon copyright. This includes material already published on the web! (You may link to material already on the web.) Therefore, multi-modal projects need to be password-protected to ensure they are only used for the classroom. Students need to be made aware of the difference between creating a website for public viewing and using Internet resources to create a class project. http://www.waynecountyschools.org/cms/lib6/NC01000512/Centricity /Domain/1932/copyright_primer_learnNC.pdf
+ EVALUATING RELEVANCE… PREVIEWING WEBSITES Demonstrate NASA http://www.nasa.go v/
+ EVALUATING RELEVANCE…You want your students to get moreinvolved with volunteering efforts and tonetwork with other youth volunteers around READINGthe country. Which of the following websites WITHIN A WEBSITEis more relevant to your needs?• http://www.child.net/• http://www.wecareamerica.org/fiftyf ivewaystovolunteer.asp• http://www.ysa.org/
+ EVALUATING RELIABILITY… Pathways to Freedom: Underground Railroad http://pathways.thinkport.org/flash_hom INVESTIGATING THE e.cfm AUTHOR’S CREDENTIALS Biographies for Kids: Famous Leaders http://gardenofpraise.com/leaders.htm The Healthy Refrigerator http://www.healthyfridge.org/index.html The First Male Pregnancy Site http://www.malepregnancy.com/
+EVALUATING OVERALL QUALITY… DEVELOPING AN OVERALL HEALTHY SKEPTICISM
+ WHERE TO BEGIN?? OLD + NEW= MULTIMODAL DIGITAL PROJECTS NCTE Possible “jumpstart sites”: Animoto Glogster Wikiville VoiceThread GeoGraffiti Weebly