Leveraging for Legacy: Cultivating New Literacies

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Leveraging for Legacy: Cultivating New Literacies

  1. 1. LEVERAGING FOR LEGACY:! CULTIVATING! #newliteracies! http://amyburvall.wix.com/legacyandliteracies iTeach@amyburvall
  2. 2. diagnostic survey
  3. 3. if you want to keep up with anything it’s not about keeping up with technology, it’s about keeping up with literacies” - Howard Rheingold
  4. 4. HOW TO TEACH FLEXIBILITY
  5. 5. HOW TO TEACH FLEXIBILITY ...to deal with new literacies...
  6. 6. ...as they come...
  7. 7. ATTENTION
  8. 8. ATTENTION COLLABORATION
  9. 9. ATTENTION COLLABORATION PARTICIPATION
  10. 10. ATTENTION COLLABORATION PARTICIPATION CRAP DETECTION
  11. 11. We write the equivalent of some 36 million books everyday on social media and email Clive Thompson, Wired
  12. 12. able
  13. 13. d well
  14. 14. “THE TAG IS...
  15. 15. ...THE SOUL OF THE INTERNET”
  16. 16. “Tagging hence by making any information available on demand is the core, the soul of the Internet. Tags allow to connect analog to digital media, and to interconnect everything with everything else end-to-end on demand. We are today in the midst of what I have called the era of the tag.” Derrick de Kerckhove, The Augmented Mind
  17. 17. from practical to META added commentary; “muttered into a handkerchief”
  18. 18. from practical to META added commentary; “muttered into a handkerchief” HUMOUR
  19. 19. from practical to META added commentary; “muttered into a handkerchief” HUMOUR SARCASM
  20. 20. from practical to META added commentary; “muttered into a handkerchief” HUMOUR SARCASM
  21. 21. CRAFTING A TWEET 140 char
  22. 22. CRAFTING A TWEET 140 char succinct, rich (like a poem)
  23. 23. CRAFTING A TWEET 140 char succinct, rich (like a poem) public: maintain decorum + spellcheck
  24. 24. CRAFTING A TWEET 140 char succinct, rich (like a poem) public: maintain decorum + spellcheck etiquette + amplification
  25. 25. CRAFTING A TWEET 140 char succinct, rich (like a poem) public: maintain decorum + spellcheck etiquette + amplification contribute to collective knowledge
  26. 26. TAG TIPS
  27. 27. TAG TIPS no spaces
  28. 28. TAG TIPS no spaces caps don’t matter
  29. 29. TAG TIPS no spaces caps don’t matter no punctuation or special char
  30. 30. TAG TIPS no spaces caps don’t matter no punctuation or special char numbers ok
  31. 31. “Cr8tive Havoc” blog
  32. 32. 15 tweets “Cr8tive Havoc” blog
  33. 33. 15 tweets character’s perspective “Cr8tive Havoc” blog
  34. 34. 15 tweets character’s perspective voice, language, tone “Cr8tive Havoc” blog
  35. 35. 15 tweets character’s perspective voice, language, tone emotion, thoughts, opinions “Cr8tive Havoc” blog
  36. 36. 15 tweets character’s perspective voice, language, tone emotion, thoughts, opinions #frenemies, #lessonlearned, #fail “Cr8tive Havoc” blog
  37. 37. Q of the Week
  38. 38. backchannel
  39. 39. backchannel
  40. 40. METADATA SOMETHING
  41. 41. 6th Sense
  42. 42. 6th Sense
  43. 43. #tagsmash
  44. 44. @dajbelshaw, Mozilla
  45. 45. @dajbelshaw, Mozilla exploring
  46. 46. @dajbelshaw, Mozilla exploring connecting
  47. 47. @dajbelshaw, Mozilla exploring connecting building
  48. 48. The fact that so many of us are writing — sharing our ideas, good and bad, for the world to see — has changed the way we think. Just as we now live in public, so do we think in public. “Thinking Out Loud”, Clive Thompson
  49. 49. Henry Jenkins, media theorist
  50. 50. Henry Jenkins, media theorist
  51. 51. In the digital age, the ability to contribute to discourse on a blog or participate on a social network is just as vital as being able to read a famous work by a well- known author Dominic Basulto, BIG THINK
  52. 52. Casey Doyle, student “though this has nothing to do with any of the summer assignments, I just had to share this!
  53. 53. digital storytelling
  54. 54. MOBILE Walkabout : Photographic
  55. 55. MOBILE Walkabout : Photographic
  56. 56. @Braddo’s class
  57. 57. BESTAGRAM
  58. 58. BURNING HOUSE
  59. 59. BURNING HOUSE
  60. 60. #remash collaboration
  61. 61. PechaFlickr * Disruptus * Sketchnote
  62. 62. Personal Learning Network (PLN)
  63. 63. Personal Learning Network (PLN)
  64. 64. Re.Vu
  65. 65. Casey Doyle, Senior
  66. 66. Casey Doyle, Senior
  67. 67. Out of the Box College App
  68. 68. Out of the Box College App
  69. 69. Amplification
  70. 70. Amplification
  71. 71. online is the only space where a student’s bite may grow to match their bark “On the Internet No One KnowsYou’re a Student”
  72. 72. connecting via Twitter
  73. 73. portfolio landing page
  74. 74. vlog reflection

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