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New Literacies and Creative Assessment

  1. 1. CULTIVATING and Creative Assessment Mid Pacific Institute www.amyburvall.com @amyburvall
  2. 2. open community http://bit.ly/1dj2Fro that’s “one”
  3. 3. open community http://bit.ly/1dj2Fro that’s “one”
  4. 4. REMIX CULTURE
  5. 5. SOCIAL MEDIA 4 ED
  6. 6. NEW LITERACIES
  7. 7. RADICAL TRANSPARENCY
  8. 8. ! EDUPUNK
  9. 9. CHOICE and VOICE in EDUPUNK Steve Wheeler
  10. 10. CHOICE and VOICE in EDUPUNK Steve Wheeler
  11. 11. 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
  12. 12. Ask learners to go BEYOND declarations of knowledge... ...learners need to CREATE and SHARE stuff... ...blogs, articles, images, videos, ARTIFACTS... -George Siemens, originator of Connectivism Theory
  13. 13. PRODUCE CONSUME
  14. 14. We write the equivalent of some 36 million books everyday on social media and email Clive Thompson, Wired
  15. 15. new skills ever-changing full participation
  16. 16. HOW TO TEACH FLEXIBILITY
  17. 17. HOW TO TEACH FLEXIBILITY ...to deal with new literacies...
  18. 18. ...as they come...
  19. 19. ATTENTION
  20. 20. ATTENTION COLLABORATION
  21. 21. ATTENTION PARTICIPATION COLLABORATION
  22. 22. ATTENTION COLLABORATION PARTICIPATION CRAP DETECTION
  23. 23. NEW
  24. 24. NEW digital : shift from print to pixel
  25. 25. NEW participatory culture : democratization + collaboration
  26. 26. PRINT 2nd ORALITY
  27. 27. We look at the present through a rear view mirror. We march backwards into the future
  28. 28. Henry Jenkins, USC
  29. 29. Henry Jenkins, USC
  30. 30. informal learning shared interest
  31. 31. 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
  32. 32. Henry Jenkins, media theorist
  33. 33. Henry Jenkins, media theorist
  34. 34. PROCESS PRODUCT REFLECTION 3 pronged PicPlayPost
  35. 35. PROCESS PRODUCT REFLECTION 3 pronged PicPlayPost
  36. 36. Going from audience of 0-10 Going from 10-1million “Thinking Out Loud, Clive Thompson, Wired
  37. 37. DOUG BELSHAW @dajbelshaw, Mozilla
  38. 38. DOUG BELSHAW @dajbelshaw, Mozilla
  39. 39. DOUG BELSHAW @dajbelshaw, Mozilla
  40. 40. DOUG BELSHAW @dajbelshaw, Mozilla exploring
  41. 41. DOUG BELSHAW @dajbelshaw, Mozilla connecting exploring
  42. 42. DOUG BELSHAW @dajbelshaw, Mozilla building connecting exploring
  43. 43. CURATING CREATING, REPURPOSING COMMENTING, DISCUSSING SHARING, RTing, LIKING WATCHING, READING, LURKING “engagement” Altimeter Group
  44. 44. CURATING CREATING, REPURPOSING COMMENTING, DISCUSSING SHARING, RTing, LIKING WATCHING, READING, LURKING “engagement” Altimeter Group
  45. 45. 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 wellknown author Dominic Basulto, BIG THINK
  46. 46. was transformed into...
  47. 47. by a Finnish sketch-artist
  48. 48. “though this has nothing to do with any of the summer assignments, I just had to share this! Casey Doyle, student
  49. 49. photography
  50. 50. BESTAGRAM
  51. 51. BURNING HOUSE
  52. 52. BURNING HOUSE
  53. 53. Amplification
  54. 54. Amplification
  55. 55. The New Resume?
  56. 56. The New Resume?
  57. 57. The New Resume?
  58. 58. MOBILE Walkabout
  59. 59. MOBILE Walkabout
  60. 60. digital storytelling
  61. 61. digital storytelling
  62. 62. digital storytelling
  63. 63. digital storytelling
  64. 64. digital storytelling
  65. 65. Beyond the Essay…
  66. 66. Beyond the Essay…
  67. 67. Stop-Motion “lesson”
  68. 68. Stop-Motion “lesson”
  69. 69. “video” + “blog”
  70. 70. “video” + “blog” aka “v-log”
  71. 71. Entered MerriamWebster Dictionary in 2009 “video” + “blog” aka “v-log”
  72. 72. personal; allows for student voice easy; cheap; fun dynamic; can be augmented Why Should Students Vlog? natural; part of “confessional culture” less stressful for some practice new literacies hard to plagiarize
  73. 73. When to Vlog? but wait, there’s more...
  74. 74. When to Vlog? but wait, there’s more... during activity
  75. 75. When to Vlog? but wait, there’s more... during activity briefly after
  76. 76. When to Vlog? but wait, there’s more... during activity after a long time briefly after
  77. 77. Decide... but wait, there’s more...
  78. 78. but wait, there’s more... scripted impromptu
  79. 79. thoughtful there’s more... but wait, spontaneous
  80. 80. talkingwait, there’s artisitic but head more...
  81. 81. knowledge there’s opinion but wait, more...
  82. 82. instructive there’s more... but wait, reflective
  83. 83. FORMATIVE ASSESSMENT (post-video assignment)
  84. 84. FORMATIVE ASSESSMENT (post-video assignment)
  85. 85. SUMMATIVE ASSESSMENT
  86. 86. SUMMATIVE ASSESSMENT
  87. 87. Walking = Better Thinking
  88. 88. Walking = Better Thinking
  89. 89. CREATIVE: SPEEDSKETCHING
  90. 90. CREATIVE: SPEEDSKETCHING
  91. 91. CREATIVE: AUGMENTED Using Mozilla’s Popcornmaker
  92. 92. VLOGS for PARENT NIGHT (mashup of student final reflections)
  93. 93. VLOGS for PARENT NIGHT (mashup of student final reflections)
  94. 94. Set Up Your Own... 21
  95. 95. Set Up Your Own... and Get Vlogging
  96. 96. social voice
  97. 97. Personal Learning Network (PLN)
  98. 98. Personal Learning Network (PLN)
  99. 99. CRAFTING A TWEET 140 char
  100. 100. CRAFTING A TWEET 140 char succinct, rich (like a poem)
  101. 101. CRAFTING A TWEET 140 char succinct, rich (like a poem) public: maintain decorum + spellcheck
  102. 102. CRAFTING A TWEET 140 char succinct, rich (like a poem) public: maintain decorum + spellcheck etiquette + amplification
  103. 103. CRAFTING A TWEET 140 char succinct, rich (like a poem) public: maintain decorum + spellcheck etiquette + amplification contribute to collective knowledge
  104. 104. Q of the Week
  105. 105. backchannel
  106. 106. backchannel
  107. 107. with backchannel
  108. 108. “THE TAG IS...
  109. 109. ...THE SOUL OF THE INTERNET”
  110. 110. “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
  111. 111. from practical to META added commentary; “muttered into a handkerchief”
  112. 112. from practical to META added commentary; “muttered into a handkerchief” HUMOUR
  113. 113. from practical to META added commentary; “muttered into a handkerchief” HUMOUR SARCASM
  114. 114. from practical to META added commentary; “muttered into a handkerchief” HUMOUR SARCASM
  115. 115. TAG TIPS
  116. 116. TAG TIPS no spaces
  117. 117. TAG TIPS no spaces caps don’t matter
  118. 118. TAG TIPS no spaces caps don’t matter no punctuation or special char
  119. 119. TAG TIPS no spaces caps don’t matter no punctuation or special char numbers ok
  120. 120. AMBIENT ! OFFICE HOURS -Howard Rheingold, about Twitter
  121. 121. @Braddo
  122. 122. memetics
  123. 123. “mimeme” memetics
  124. 124. “mimeme” “imitated thing” memetics
  125. 125. Contemporary info-literacy must involve memes (or memetics) as to how information/ideas spread and why this is important. Alec Couros, @courosa
  126. 126. the META of MEMES
  127. 127. the META of MEMES
  128. 128. Mashable, full infographic
  129. 129. ...being an excellent researcher with print does not automatically make you thorough in a different medium, the Web -Alan November
  130. 130. November Learning Resources
  131. 131. @austinkleon
  132. 132. “ It’s not where you take things from – it’s where you take them to. - Jean-Luc Goddard
  133. 133. Emily Dickinson’s “Nobody”- remixed to music
  134. 134. Emily Dickinson’s “Nobody”- remixed to music
  135. 135. “Livin’ in Pax Romana”/ “Vida Loca” parody
  136. 136. “Livin’ in Pax Romana”/ “Vida Loca” parody
  137. 137. Popcornmaker (remix video) Thimble (build webpages) X-Ray Goggles (remix webpages)
  138. 138. Curiosity + Contextualization
  139. 139. Curiosity + Contextualization
  140. 140. student curators... think critically
  141. 141. student curators... think critically are “Googleable” reflect thoughtfully add value use media effectively + appropriately
  142. 142. S ! E ! A ! S
  143. 143. SELECT: significant and relevant info ! EDIT: contextualize with own perspective ! ARRANGE: connect, sort, create ! SHARE: beyond life of the course
  144. 144. M zilla Popcornmaker
  145. 145. M zilla Popcornmaker
  146. 146. VHI POPUP MYSTERY SCIENCE 3000 +
  147. 147. “Metro-Mix” Language Learning
  148. 148. Listicles - a final reflection
  149. 149. Listicles - a final reflection
  150. 150. Collage + Thinglink
  151. 151. Collage + Thinglink
  152. 152. Sketchnotes + Thinglink
  153. 153. YouTube
  154. 154. YouTube Annotations
  155. 155. Choose your Own Adventure YouTube
  156. 156. visual thinking
  157. 157. @Braddo’s class
  158. 158. @Braddo’s class
  159. 159. Wix Website
  160. 160. Re.Vu
  161. 161. Hist Figures
  162. 162. Process / How-to
  163. 163. analog
  164. 164. “Draw My Life” (for biographies)
  165. 165. “Draw My Life” (for biographies)
  166. 166. “Character Bag” - accoutrements
  167. 167. Artifact Bag Analysis
  168. 168. Art Artifact Bag Analysis
  169. 169. Art Photos Artifact Bag Analysis
  170. 170. Audio files Art Photos Artifact Bag Analysis
  171. 171. Artifacts Audio files Art Photos Artifact Bag Analysis
  172. 172. Artifacts Audio files Art Photos Cartoons Artifact Bag Analysis
  173. 173. Artifacts Audio files Art Photos Cartoons Narratives Artifact Bag Analysis
  174. 174. Artifact Bag Analysis
  175. 175. DRAMATIZATION
  176. 176. DRAMATIZATION DINNER PARTY
  177. 177. DRAMATIZATION DINNER PARTY “TV SHOW”
  178. 178. DRAMATIZATION DINNER PARTY “TV SHOW” INFOGRAPHIC
  179. 179. DRAMATIZATION DINNER PARTY “TV SHOW” INFOGRAPHIC STORYBOARD
  180. 180. DRAMATIZATION DINNER PARTY “TV SHOW” INFOGRAPHIC STORYBOARD BOARDGAME
  181. 181. Casey Doyle, Senior
  182. 182. Casey Doyle, Senior
  183. 183. the creation of information is more of a conversation than a lecture “On the Internet No One Knows You’re a Student”
  184. 184. online is the only space where a student’s bite may grow to match their bark “On the Internet No One Knows You’re a Student”
  185. 185. I promise: open opportunities
  186. 186. I promise: frequent, honest feedback
  187. 187. I promise: amplification in real world
  188. 188. www.amyburvall.com
  189. 189. Your Turn... 1. What was your “big takeaway”? 2. How could you use this in class? POST to our
  190. 190. Your Turn... 1. What was your “big takeaway”? 2. How could you use this in class? POST to our

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