Geared to librarians &#x2013; Go over 5 sections of presentation 1) Who am I?...What is your digital identity? 2) Collaboration...Who do you connect with on-line? Why do you connect with them? 3) The Kitchen Tools...What tools do you use? 4) The Challenges and Concerns of Connectedness (3Cs)...What are your concerns? 5) Get Cooking!
Who is in the pics Master&#x2019;s Student - ed tech type but teaching and learning cohort at UBCO My work has been on the 21st century learner or digital native or NetGen
Why the test kitchen? It was clear to me that something was challenging the very foundations of classrooms, schools, & education. *Show Abby movie Web 1.0 - information (one way) - read only Web 2.0 - information is now 2-way - interactive - read/write Web 3.0 - ?? - personalization, the semantic web, individualized...??
I thought I&#x2019;d check out what the experts say...
&#x201C;protecting knowledge&#x201D; is a shifting viewpoint 2 models of library Course example - Couros The ideas of connectedness and open education are underlying philosophies for everything else.
I will be sharing my digital identity with you...Didn&#x2019;t get facebook until last spring, my 12 year old only got it a month ago I&#x2019;m a private person, so this has been a huge learning curve for me.
As of last June - this was the sum total of my digital identity **Activity** You are a google private investigator - find out everything you can about your partner...
First generation with on-line identity - no guidance- the adults didn&#x2019;t know yet... Changing views of privacy - ** show Wesch movie ?? **
When studying social media and new media tools it&#x2019;s a little like being soaked with a fire hose - actually it&#x2019;s totally being soaked by the fire hose!
So - you don&#x2019;t have to dive in head first - instead, wade in slowly and get used to the water. As we go through the day consider what is &#x201C;sticky&#x201D; for you - that&#x2019;s a good clue for where to start. Questions?
Collaboration and Collaboration tools **Show New Media literacies movie**
Social bookmarking - delicious or diigo or... Web-based Tagging Sharing bookmarks
Not dear diary! A place to share ideas - collaborative through commenting
Sue Waters - huge help for any educators who are blogging
My Blog! - show my blog
My twitter &#x201C;handle&#x201D; - notice link to blog and a brief write-up
Example of Twitter Feed - show Twitter Shout out (hopefully it worked!)
professional learning community - top down
Social bookmarking, blogging, micro-blogging or Twitter, youtube Question - who do you connect with on-line?
My favourite thing to do with the kitchen tools is make movies. The term you&#x2019;ll hear now is &#x201C;digital storytelling&#x2019; - here&#x2019;s one of my favourite films...**Show movie The Story of a Sign**
**Show Kathy&#x2019;s Grade 1 film**
Show CogDog&#x2019;s attribution helper
Checkout CinemaOwls for other examples of animation programs
**Show ACLU Ordering Pizza movie**
Transcript of "The Creative Media Test Kitchen"
THE CREATIVE MEDIA TEST KITCHEN
A place to collaborate, discover, and experiment with new media
19 February 2010
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Connectivism: A Learning
Theory for a Digital Age
Connectivism is driven by the understanding that decisions are
based on rapidly altering foundations. New information is
continually being acquired. The ability to draw distinctions
between important and unimportant information is vital. The
ability to recognize when new information alters the landscape
based on decisions made yesterday is also critical.
methods are being
rocked to the core by
our ability to connect
with using the
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What is your digital identity?
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More importantly –
How will we help our students create their own
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Part 2 – Collaboration
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To be connected on the web I use...
Visitors to my blog
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The Kitchen Tools
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Use the tools of the trade
• Flickr • Yackpack • Animoto
• WordPress • Blogger • VoiceThread
• Twitter • Blogster • twitter4teachers
• Prezi • Slideshare • Ning
• Glogster • YouTube • Kerpoof
• Blabberize • Vimeo • Evernote
• Wordle • TeacherTube • Google docs
Some of these are for social media, some of these are for creating
content, some are just for fun. Check the wiki for links to these and
many other great resources!
About the Blogger
I teach a class of six year olds in Moose Jaw,
Canada who are inviting the world into their
classroom to help them learn. You can contact
me at email@example.com
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Part 4 Concerns about Web 2.0 and new media
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What’s the answer
to #37 ?
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Part 5 Get Cooking!
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