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  • What is Web 2.0?The “Read – Write – Web”No longer just a storehouse of knowledgeWikis and Blogs and Social Networks, oh my!How was the 2008 Presidential Race made different through Web 2.0 technologies?Even Britannica now has a Wiki!Is being information literate enough of a skill for the 21st Century?
  • What are 21st Century Skills?Why do we call them “21st Century Skills”?Aren’t we already in the 21st Century?Shouldn’t we just call them “skills”?New question:What are the skills our students need to succeed in the 21st Century?
  • What are 21st Century Skills?Why do we call them “21st Century Skills”?Aren’t we already in the 21st Century?Shouldn’t we just call them “skills”?New question:What are the skills our students need to succeed in the 21st Century?
  • What are 21st Century Skills?Why do we call them “21st Century Skills”?Aren’t we already in the 21st Century?Shouldn’t we just call them “skills”?New question:What are the skills our students need to succeed in the 21st Century?
  • What are 21st Century Skills?Why do we call them “21st Century Skills”?Aren’t we already in the 21st Century?Shouldn’t we just call them “skills”?New question:What are the skills our students need to succeed in the 21st Century?
  • What are 21st Century Skills?Why do we call them “21st Century Skills”?Aren’t we already in the 21st Century?Shouldn’t we just call them “skills”?New question:What are the skills our students need to succeed in the 21st Century?
  • Implications of terminology?Which is a Skill our students will need to succeed in the 21st Century?
  • Fair Use vs. Copyright InfringementCopyright vs. Copyleft
  • Digital Story telling is a great way for students to create and present creative ideas and projects in limitless and differentiated ways.Can be done with students of all ages- age appropriate.Let students decide which medium works best for them!

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  • 1.
  • 2. Information Literacy
    What Does This Look Like in a Classroom?
    Bryan M. Berretta November 2008
    Professional Development Session Lausanne Collegiate School
  • 3. Technology
    tecnh
    logia
  • 4. Technology
    tecnh
    logia
    Skill, Craft, Art
  • 5. Technology
    tecnh
    logia
    Talk, Speech, Word
  • 6. Technology… redefined
    tecnh
    logia
    Technology is the tools you need to do your skill/craft/art to it’s absolute best.
  • 7. Information Literacy(Pre-Internet)
  • 8. Information Literacy(Pre-Internet)
    "To be information literate, a person must be able to recognize when information is needed and have the ability to locate, evaluate, and use effectively the needed information"
    The American Library Association’s Presidential Committee on Information Literacy, Final Report. (1989)
  • 9. Information Literacy(Pre-Internet)
  • 10. Digital Information Literacy(Pre-Web 2.0)
  • 11. Digital Information Literacy(Pre-Web 2.0)
    "A new liberal art that extends from knowing how to use computers and access information to critical reflection on the nature of information itself, its technical infrastructure and its social, cultural, and philosophical context and impact.“
    Jeremy Shapiro and Shelley Hughes Educom Review(1996)
  • 12. Digital Information Literacy(Pre-Web 2.0)
  • 13. How does Web 2.0 change the definition of “Information Literacy”?
    What is Web 2.0?
    The “Read – Write – Web”
    No longer just a storehouse of knowledge
    Wikis and Blogs and Social Networks, oh my!
    How was the 2008 Presidential Race made different through Web 2.0 technologies?
    Even Britannica now has a Wiki!
    Is being information literate enough of a skill for the 21st Century?
  • 14. 21st Century Skills?
  • 15. 21st Century Skills?
  • 16. 21st Century Skills?
  • 17. 21st Century Skills?
    What are 21st Century Skills?
    Why do we call them “21st Century Skills”?
    Aren’t we already in the 21st Century?
    Shouldn’t we just call them “skills”?
    New question:
  • 18. 21st Century Skills?
  • 19. Literacy vs. Fluency
    Implications of terminology?
    Which is a Skill our students will need to succeed in the 21st Century?
  • 20. Digital Information Fluency
  • 21. The Big Concerns: Rights and Attribution
  • 22. Technology… redefined…revisited
    tecnh
    logia
    Technology is the tools you need to do your skill/craft/art to it’s absolute best.
  • 23. Technology… redefined…revisited
    tecnh
    logia
    What tools do you need to best teach students who are developing skills to be successful in the 21st century?
  • 24. Practical – Real World Application
  • 25. Practical – Real World Application
  • 26. Practical – Real World Application
  • 27. Digital Story Telling idea…
  • 28. How to organize a digital story
    Step 1. Write the Narrative Script
    Have students write their own stories and write a script for that story.
    Step 2. Plan the project
    How are the students going to present the project (groups/individuals, video/slideshow/bound text, etc)
    Step 3. Gather and Prepare Media resources
    Draw pictures, find images, create/find music, create voice over, etc.
  • 29. How to organize a digital story (cont)
    Step 4. Put it all together
    Use Photostory, Movie Maker, iMovie/iPhoto, etc to create project file.
    Step 5. Present/ Distribute
    Present the project to the class, upload to website (Animoto, YouTube, etc), create bound text.
    Make sure to remain “ethical” in all of your media usage!
  • 30. Resources
    American Library Association. "Presidential Committee on Information Literacy: Final Report." 10 January 1989. American Library Association. 1 November 2008 <http://www.ala.org/ala/mgrps/divs/acrl/publications/whitepapers/presidential.cfm>.
    Eisenberg, Robert E. Berkowitz and Mike. The Big6. 2008. November 2008 <http://www.big6.com/>.
    Google. The Literacy Project. 2007. 1 November 2008 <http://www.google.com/literacy/>.
    Hughes, Shelley K. and Jeremy J. Shapiro. "Information Literacy as a Liberal Art." March/April 1996. Educom Review. 1 November 2008 <http://net.educause.edu/apps/er/review/reviewarticles/31231.html>.
    Illinois Mathematics and Science Academy. 21st Century Information Fluency. 6 November 2008. 6 November 2008 <http://21cif.imsa.edu/index.html>.
  • 31. Resources
    Serim, Ferdi. "The Importance of Contemporary Literacy in the Digital Age: A Response to Digital Transformation: A Framework for Information Communication Technologies (ICT) Literacy." 10 May 2002. The Big6. 1 November 2008 <http://www.big6.com/2002/05/10/the-importance-of-contemporary-literacy-in-the-digital-age-a-response-to-digital-transformation-a-framework-for-information-communication-technologies-ict-literacy/>.
    Seugé-Bernabeu, Laurence. "What should we be teaching in the 21st century?" France Diplomatie. 1 November 2008 <http://www.diplomatie.gouv.fr/en/france_159/label-france_2554/label-france-issues_2555/label-france-no.-54_3505/feature-what-schools-for-tomorrow_3506/what-should-we-be-teaching-in-the-21st-century_4523.html>.
    Wallis, Claudia. "How to Bring Our Schools Out of the 20th Century." 10 December 2006. Time Magazine. 1 November 2008 <http://www.time.com/time/magazine/article/0,9171,1568480-1,00.html>.
  • 32. or… (the 21st century way)
    delicious.com/collaterallearning/lcs
  • 33. The Big 6 Approach
    1. Task Definition
    1.1 Define the information problem
    1.2 Identify information needed
    2. Information Seeking Strategies
    2.1 Determine all possible sources
    2.2 Select the best sources
    3. Location and Access
    3.1 Locate sources (intellectually and physically)
    3.2 Find information within sources
    4. Use of Information
    4.1 Engage (e.g., read, hear, view, touch)
    4.2 Extract relevant information
    5. Synthesis
    5.1 Organize from multiple sources
    5.2 Present the information
    6. Evaluation
    6.1 Judge the product (effectiveness)
    6.2 Judge the process (efficiency)