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Presentation focused on critical considerations of web identity for English educators, as well as pre- and in-service teachers and middle and secondary students. Presentation also addressed ideas for ...

Presentation focused on critical considerations of web identity for English educators, as well as pre- and in-service teachers and middle and secondary students. Presentation also addressed ideas for English educators to consider as we move forward with new literacies and emerging technologies.

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CEE Conference June 20, 2009: New Literacies Strand (Young) CEE Conference June 20, 2009: New Literacies Strand (Young) Presentation Transcript

  • CEE Summer Conference 2009 Panel Presentation
    Saturday, June 20, 2009
    Carl A. Young
    NC State University
    Part 1: Participatory Media and Web Identity:
    Thinking Critically About Our Digital Footprint
    Part 2: Considerations for English Educators as We Move Forward with New Literacies and Emerging Technologies
  • Novice?
    Expert?
    Tweener?
  • Work in progress…
    Learning to Appreciate Technology video here or later? 
  • Panel?
  • Panel!
  • Panel!
  • Panel!
  • Panel!
  • Other facets of my online identity… (beyond NCTE and CEE)
  • carl_young@ncsu.edu
    cayoung7@gmail.com
    slingtunes@gmail.com
  • Note to self: Remember to give them chocolate!
  • Enough about me, let’s go to the wiki…
    http://wikis.lib.ncsu.edu/index.php/CEE_Web_Identity_June09
    …but come back for part 2 of the presentation after you explore the wiki portion.
  • Part 2: Considerations for English Educators as We Move Forward with New Literacies
    AGENDA:
    TPACK - Technological Pedagogical Content Knowledge
    Visual Literacy Narratives
    Online Reading Comprehension
    Leveraging Digital Video
    DV Sound Bite
    Commercial Narrative Remix (in response to a commercial or repurposing the commercial to create new narrative)
    1:1 New Learning Ecology
    • Student Voices: Kids Having Their Say
    • Q&A / Closure
  • TPACK: A Potential Framework for Teacher Knowledge and Practice in the 21st Century & Beyond
    Technological Pedagogical Content Knowledge (graphic is missing context ring around it)
    (Mishra & Koehler, 2006)
    Efforts to Operationalize TPACK for all Content Area Teachers, including ELA: http://activitytypes.wmwikis.net/
    (Harris, Hofer, Blanchard, Grandgenet, Schmidt, van Olphen, & Young, 2009)
  • According to Mishra,…
  • Visual Literacy Narratives(DV also plays a role, like the student examples from Suzanne & Jamie, as well as the Commercial Narrative Remix Project)
  • Online Reading Comprehension
  • Online Reading Comprehension & Changing Notions of Literacy
    Work of Don Leu, Julie Coiro, and others; New Literacies Research Team (Uconn)
    Analyzing Websites:
    http://www.det.wa.edu.au/education/cmis/eval/curriculum/ict/webeval/eval12.htm
    Q: How are we defining literacy in the 21st century and beyond?
  • Leveraging Digital Video for Multimodal Composition
    DV Sound Bite (Young, 2009)
    Project Steps
    Zuckerman’s Wisdom: http://www.wisdombook.org/
    Student Example: 21st Century Literacies
    Commercial Narrative Remix/Mashup(Young, 2009)
    Option 1: Response/reaction/transformation of commercial message, or…
    Option 2: Creating a new narrative out of the visual components of the commercial
    Option 1 Example: Kaplan 1; Kaplan Remix (Mishra)
  • Toward a New Learning Ecology:Considering 1:1 Laptop Environments
    NLC Annotation and White Paper
    Teacher Capacities: content knowledge expert, facilitator, coach, consultant, and informed improvisor.
  • Student Voices
    Having Our Say Project: FI NCSU NLC
    Overview
    Publications
    Multimedia (including student and stakeholder perspectives)
    Q: How can we include student voices more in reform efforts, especially with regard to new literacies and emerging technologies?
  • Q & A and Closure
    Thanks to Bethany Smith, PunyaMishra, John Lee, Hiller Spires, NLC, and, of course, you!
    Carl Young
    NC State University
    carl_young@ncsu.edu