Jennifer           Dr. Leigh Zeitz         Suzie Nestico         Julie Lindsay                           @zeitz           ...
WritingCollaborative Writing and Common Core Standards in the Classroom                                Vicki A. Davis     ...
“…you can’t just drop new innovations into a classroom and hope that the instructor will invent effective ways to use them...
Community of Practice• “communities of practice are formed by  people who engage in a process of collective  learning in a...
"Global standards create a positive userexperience. They help to satisfyconsumers expectations thattechnology products wil...
What kinds of things interface in              today’s classroom?   Backchannel:todaysmeet.com/ccssiste
Common Core Writing Standards                Summarized                          http://www.corestandards.org/the-standard...
WritingCollaborative Writing and Common Core Standards in the Classroom                                   Suzie Nestico   ...
show what you know               Backchannel:            todaysmeet.com/ccssiste
W.x.1 - Write arguments   Backchannel:todaysmeet.com/ccssiste
W.x.2 - Write informative/ explanatory texts   Backchannel:todaysmeet.com/ccssiste
What do you get when you have…                       • 340 students                       • 6 countries                   ...
Disaster?                                           Image credit:    http://www.esqlaw.com/Images/accidents%20happen.jpg
Image retrieved from: http://bit.ly/MnhbXp
inquiry
differentiated learning
authentic learning  & assessment
collaboration
cooperation
Flat Classroom Project & NetGenEd
Flat Classroom Project -Collaborative Group Wiki             Team   Team            MAIN TOPICS        Team   A      E    ...
Categories and Topics                            The Story        Innovation,        Social        First Person   Group St...
Horizon Report 2012                         A) Tablet   B) Mobile   C) Internet   D) Game-   E) Gesture   F) Learning     ...
Simultaneous edits on one single document.No more waiting your turn or managing     Co-authoringmultiple versions.It’s ab...
Collaborative Team Wiki Page   Backchannel:todaysmeet.com/ccssiste
Sample Student Wiki Page
The Unintended CurriculumCollaboration & Cooperation
Jennifer           Dr. Leigh Zeitz         Suzie Nestico         Julie Lindsay                           @zeitz           ...
WritingCollaborative Writing and Common Core Standards in the Classroom                   Jennifer Roberts                ...
W.x.3 Write narratives to develop real or imagined experiences or events usingeffective technique, well-chosen details, an...
Youve heard of NaNoWriMo?       Just over 400 Students
Partly Collaborative,                    Mostly Communal• All students were working on (and helping  each other with) the ...
Connecting
Jennifer           Dr. Leigh Zeitz         Suzie Nestico         Julie Lindsay                           @zeitz           ...
WritingCollaborative Writing and Common Core Standards in the Classroom                   Jennifer Roberts                ...
Writing Behaviors           Case Study:W.x.4 Production and        Writing ResponseDistribution of Writing:  Produce clear...
Who do you want your students to bethinking about when     they write?
Audience is not thereStudents don’t see the impact of their writing.
Feedback from multiplepeers improves studentswriting more than feedbackfrom one teacher.(Cho, 2004; Cohen, & Riel 1989; Hi...
Student Writing Groups• Stable groups
Student Writing Groups• Stable groups• Share a folder in Docs/Drive
Student Writing Groups• Stable groups• Share a folder in Docs/Drive• Follow a protocol for group meetings
Student Writing Groups• Stable groups• Share a folder in• Follow a protocol for group    meetings•   Peers give feedback a...
Student Writing Groups• Stable groups• Share a folder in Docs/Drive• Follow a protocol for group    meetings•   Peers give...
Outcomes•   Increased self-efficacy in    writing•   Increased empathy for other    student writers•   Increased revision ...
For more on Writing Response Groups       I built a site about it. http         ://goo.gl/C51PR
Jennifer           Dr. Leigh Zeitz      Suzie Nestico         Julie Lindsay                        @zeitz               @n...
WritingCollaborative Writing and Common Core Standards in the Classroom                     Dr. Leigh Zeitz               ...
Building Distributed Learning          Communities to Facilitate            Collaborative CreationDr. Leigh E. ZeitzUniver...
   Community of Learners     Recognize diversity in ideas and expertise     Share a focus on a goal, problem or project...
   Learner-centric   Relevant and active Learning   Outcomes-based   Learners working collaboratively     locally and...
Jennifer           Dr. Leigh Zeitz      Suzie Nestico         Julie Lindsay                        @zeitz               @n...
WritingCollaborative Writing and Common Core Standards in the Classroom                                   Suzie Nestico   ...
ELA Common Core Fundamental Shifts                               (Critical Thinking Works, 2012)
ELA Common Core Fundamental Shifts                               (Critical Thinking Works, 2012)
Using Research Groups          http://groups.diigo.com/group/educators
Keys to Effective Tagging
Class Assignment Blog Example      http://21cglobal.blogspot.com/2011/10/flat-world-and-our-place-in-it.html
Students Assignments Pulled up in One Search
Student Research Groups Created in Diigo
Student Work – Collaboratively Built Wikispace       http://pod-saveoureducation.wikispaces.com/Xtermin8+College+Cuts
Jennifer           Dr. Leigh Zeitz         Suzie Nestico         Julie Lindsay                           @zeitz           ...
WritingCollaborative Writing and Common Core Standards in the Classroom                     Dr. Leigh Zeitz               ...
Dr. Leigh E. ZeitzUniversity of NorthernIowazeitz@uni.eduhttp://drzreflects.com                         Newsjunkie.com
19 terabytes 1 billion documents 7,500 terabytes 550 billion documentsLibrary of Congress = 13 TB
   Information databases     ERIC   Cross-database search engines (Meta)     Academic Index   Non-text files     Lib...
   Databases   e-Journals   e-Books   Mailing lists   Online library   Card catalogs   Researcher    directories
   Search beyond Google Magic   Consider the source   Greater selection   More specific searches   More content means...
Dr. Leigh E. ZeitzUniversity of Northern Iowazeitz@uni.eduhttp://drzreflects.com
fax, phone, email
   Word Analytics   5.2 million scanned books   500 billion words   Searches phrases up to 5 words   Look for pattern...
Looking for patterns in written languagebased upon historical occurrences.
   Look for language patterns over time.   Identify a pivotal era.   Explore historic events in that era.   Identify p...
Jennifer           Dr. Leigh Zeitz     Suzie Nestico         Julie Lindsay                        @zeitz              @nes...
WritingCollaborative Writing and Common Core Standards in the Classroom                          Julie Lindsay            ...
Collaborative Writing across the          Curriculum
A Week in the LifeFlat Classroom ES Project, Grade 3-5
Building Bridges to Tomorrow  K-2 Flat Classroom Project
Collaboration Features
Collaboration and Co-Creation
Jennifer           Dr. Leigh Zeitz         Suzie Nestico         Julie Lindsay                           @zeitz           ...
Relationship to Common CoreDecide your text type & purpose,determine timeframe, production& distribution methodReality che...
W.x.7 Conduct research               projects W.x.8 Gather relevant           information  W.x.9 Draw evidence            ...
Go to bit.ly/LZEdQ6 to sign up       to receive updates onCollaborative Writing in the Cloud,to be published by Eye On Edu...
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The ISTE 12 presentation covering each of the 10 Common Core writing standards and showing how each of the standards looks in classroom examples of project based technology-enabled learning. You can use standards and have an innovative curriculum. Panel discussion slides.

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  • Replace my pic w/ yours by right clicking on the pick and saying to replace.
  • In our classroom, we call it “show what you know”. We read, we research, we write and students are asked to “show what they know” in various media formats
  • Important that we begin by acclimating students to CCSS and the targets. I’m a firm believer in helping students understand the WHY of what they are doing.
  • No. Absolutely not. When students write collaboratively, based on their own choice and inquiry, for an authentic audience, learning becomes, deeper, robust with many pieces of unintended curriculum.
  • We need to support each other, share with each other and get out of isolation nation. This is about moving from “ME” to “WE”
  • Work Flow Software Uploading Outsourcing Offshoring Supply-Chaining Insources In-Forming Digitization Mobile and Ubiquitous Computing Virtual Communications
  • Work Flow Software Uploading Outsourcing Offshoring Supply-Chaining Insources In-Forming Digitization Mobile and Ubiquitous Computing Virtual Communications
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  • NaNoWriMo stands for National Novel Writing Month. People write a novel in a month. You know people who have done it on their own or with their class, We did it with the whole 9th grade. Most students wrote alone, a few in partnerships. All shared their work with a teacher, a primary partner and a writing group. Photos http://t0.gstatic.com/images?q=tbn:ANd9GcRr_ce2A9N_BHUxXuN7NlRxry9J5nIqydMpeeI2HPXEJ_nE2YAD http://t1.gstatic.com/images?q=tbn:ANd9GcSmlB2mAIoQdi-hHWSw6EyUER2hme8IDbYfYHbsSiDRqWEWRA5jXA http://distilleryimage9.s3.amazonaws.com/7630ba70affa11e1a9f71231382044a1_7.jpg
  • Every 9th grader knew that every other 9th grader was writing a novel and their teachers were writing too. Lunch conversations became writing support groups, "I'm just not sure what to do next with my protagonist. I'm thinking of bringing in another subplot to keep the action moving, but I need more dialog because I think my character is not talking enough to the supporting characters." The other students would nod sympathetically and suggest, "Have you considered a flashback to add some exposition to your plot?"
  • We kept up with other classes at our site in a friendly rivalry to meet word count goals. (pic) And through the YWP website they knew that thousands of other classes were writing also. Next year I plan to reach out and “friend” more classes from around the world. And yes we are doing it AGAIN.
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  • Dr. Leigh Zeitz (Dr. Z) is an associate professor in the Instructional Technology program at the University of Northern Iowa. He is the division coordinator of the UNI Instructional Technology division which presently offers a blended online Masters degree across the nation. Dr. Zeitz teaches practicing and future teachers about supporting learning through technology. Over the past 32 years, Dr. Z has written 7 books, over 60 articles and given over 100 presentations on 3 continents about technology and education. Leigh is continually exploring new ways to make learning more exciting and relevant through technology. He sees social networking as an interactive connection that empowers students to become active members in Today’s world.
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  • CCSS in the English Language Arts asks to students to write and create more and more based on informational text references. They are asked to synthesize information from a variety of sources.
  • CCSS in the English Language Arts asks to students to write and create more and more based on informational text references. They are asked to synthesize information from a variety of sources.
  • These next few slides can likely be hidden iF we live demo from the last screen (Suzie) Ever need a lesson plan or resource, fast? Searching within a group like this, with a standard tagging dictionary can be much quicker than starting a general web search. Let’s join this group…
  • Before we can look at the heart of classroom examples of this, we need to understand tagging. One of the most crucial aspects of learning, using and teaching with Diigo is to understanding and effectively using tags. A tag is a subject or category of how we classify things on the internet. In our classroom, we often call it “Don’t forget to tag your folks”. This is a step most people usually want to skip over without thinking about the long term benefits. Taxonomy – makes your life easier as a teacher – assignment tags, makes grading quickest when searching for multiple online products Folksonomy – Categorical – makes search within database easier by topic.
  • Example from 21C Global Studies Class Blog http://21cglobal.blogspot.com/2011/10/flat-world-and-our-place-in-it.html and http://21cglobal.blogspot.com/2011/10/diigo-it.html
  • Remember those taxonomy tags? By searching school tag “mcahs” Now, you can also search for grade level, assignment tags, etc.
  • Principles of Democracy Class Groups – created by students researching same topics for the creation of like political Interest Groups. In this case, students created their groups and requested to join each others. In the Diigo Teacher Console, groups may be created by the teacher and students can be imported to the group via .csv upload (Do I need a slide showing this?) Research is conducted through Diigo and the research results in collaboratively built wikipages such as…
  • Ultimately, the research becomes social as student groups are not assigned… they are formulated around like topics and tags – which is the key to making this all work correctly.
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  • Surface Web – 400 million searches/day Deep Web -
  • A virtual library of Internet resources relevant to university students and faculty. Built by librarians from the University of California, California State University, the University of Detroit-Mercy, and Wake Forest University.
  • Google has scanned 15 million books,
  • TheDigitalVault.com
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  • Edmodo communication and collaboration Student-student; student-teacher; teacher-student Voicethread Dialogue Commenting Co-commenting
  • Teacher blog and educational community communication and collaboration Web 2.0 tools for sharing, interacting and publishing Voicethread Youblisher E-Books
  • Participants are NOT face-to-face Supported by Web 2.0 tools Building community, building trust and confidence to connect and collaborate Collaboration starts with a ‘handshake’ activity – for both teachers and students
  • Communication modes are varied and often complex True collaboration leads to effective and successful co-creation of products
  • Collaborative writing and common core standards in the classroom slideshare

    1. 1. Jennifer Dr. Leigh Zeitz Suzie Nestico Julie Lindsay @zeitz @nesticos @julielindsayRoberts Assoc Professor HS Teacher, Flat Flat Classroom™@JenRoberts1 Univ of N Iowa Classroom™ Project CofounderDigital Lead Teacher Manager Writing Collaborative Writing and Common Core Standards in the Classroom Backchannel: Vicki A. DavisBen Curran todaysmeet.com/ccssiste @coolcatteacher@engaginged Teacher, FlatTeachers #ccchat Classroom™ Cofounder
    2. 2. WritingCollaborative Writing and Common Core Standards in the Classroom Vicki A. Davis Teacher, IT Director @coolcatteacher Co-founder, Flat Classroom™ Projects Author, Flattening Classrooms, Engaging Minds The Essential Collaborative Writing GuideBook Eye on Education December 2012
    3. 3. “…you can’t just drop new innovations into a classroom and hope that the instructor will invent effective ways to use them. To fully utilize a new teaching technology, you often need to invent new teaching practices as well.” John Seely Brown, Visiting Scholar, University of Southern California Flat Classroom Conference 2011 Backchannel: Beijing, China “Web 2 Kung Fu” speedsharing inventedtodaysmeet.com/ccssiste
    4. 4. Community of Practice• “communities of practice are formed by people who engage in a process of collective learning in a shared domain of human endeavor.” (Lave and Wegner) Backchannel: todaysmeet.com/ccssiste #ccsiste
    5. 5. "Global standards create a positive userexperience. They help to satisfyconsumers expectations thattechnology products will work togethereasily."—Justin Rattnerhttp://www.intel.com/standards/execqa/Justin_Rattner.htm Backchannel: todaysmeet.com/ccssiste
    6. 6. What kinds of things interface in today’s classroom? Backchannel:todaysmeet.com/ccssiste
    7. 7. Common Core Writing Standards Summarized http://www.corestandards.org/the-standards/english-language-arts-standards Backchannel:todaysmeet.com/ccssiste
    8. 8. WritingCollaborative Writing and Common Core Standards in the Classroom Suzie Nestico HS Teacher, Flat Classroom™ Project Manager @nesticos PA Keystones Tech Integrator, 2009
    9. 9. show what you know Backchannel: todaysmeet.com/ccssiste
    10. 10. W.x.1 - Write arguments Backchannel:todaysmeet.com/ccssiste
    11. 11. W.x.2 - Write informative/ explanatory texts Backchannel:todaysmeet.com/ccssiste
    12. 12. What do you get when you have… • 340 students • 6 countries • 16 schools who want to collaboratively write & create something together? Backchannel:http://bit.ly/Lz7aVS todaysmeet.com/ccssiste
    13. 13. Disaster? Image credit: http://www.esqlaw.com/Images/accidents%20happen.jpg
    14. 14. Image retrieved from: http://bit.ly/MnhbXp
    15. 15. inquiry
    16. 16. differentiated learning
    17. 17. authentic learning & assessment
    18. 18. collaboration
    19. 19. cooperation
    20. 20. Flat Classroom Project & NetGenEd
    21. 21. Flat Classroom Project -Collaborative Group Wiki Team Team MAIN TOPICS Team A E B.Overview F C.Current News D.Education E.Gov’t Politics & Employment F.Arts, Entertainment & Leisure G.Science, Environment & Health Backchannel: todaysmeet.com/ccssiste
    22. 22. Categories and Topics The Story Innovation, Social First Person Group Stories How we live (Big Picture Topic Invention Entrepreneurship Narrative (Symphony) (Play) Overview) (Design) (Meaning) (Empathy)Connecting the World 1A 1B 1C 1D 1E 1FOnlineWorld Wide Web 2A 2B 2C 2D 2E 2FWork Flow Software 3A 3B 3C 3D 3E 3FUploading 4A 4B 4C 4D 4E 4FWeb 2.0 5A 5B 5C 5D 5E 5FGlobalization & 6A 6B 6C 6D 6E 6FOutsourcingGoogle 7A 7B 7C 7D 7E 7FPLE’s Social 8A 8B 8C 8D 8E 8FNetworkingMobile & Ubiquitous 9A 9B 9C 9D 9E 9FComputingVirtual 10A 10B 10C 10D 10E 10FCommunicationsWireless Connectivity 11A 11B 11C 11D 11E 11F
    23. 23. Horizon Report 2012 A) Tablet B) Mobile C) Internet D) Game- E) Gesture F) Learning Computing Apps of Things Based Based Analytics Learning Computing1) Freedom (Choice) 1A 1B 1C 1D 1E 1F2) Customization 2A 2B 2C 2D 2E 2F3) Scrutiny(Transparency) 3A 3B 3C 3D 3E 3F4) Integrity (DigitalCitizenship) 4A 4B 4C 4D 4E 4F5) Collaboration 5A 5B 5C 5D 5E 5F6) Entertainment 6A 6B 6C 6D 6E 6F7) Speed 7A 7B 7C 7D 7E 7F8) Innovation 8A 8B 8C 8D 8E 8F NetGenEd Teams 2012 Team Grids P 240-242
    24. 24. Simultaneous edits on one single document.No more waiting your turn or managing  Co-authoringmultiple versions.It’s about team work,And will get you there.
    25. 25. Collaborative Team Wiki Page Backchannel:todaysmeet.com/ccssiste
    26. 26. Sample Student Wiki Page
    27. 27. The Unintended CurriculumCollaboration & Cooperation
    28. 28. Jennifer Dr. Leigh Zeitz Suzie Nestico Julie Lindsay @zeitz @nesticos @julielindsayRoberts Assoc Professor HS Teacher, Flat Flat Classroom™@JenRoberts1 Univ of N Iowa Classroom™ Project CofounderDigital Lead Teacher Manager Writing Questions from the Cloud! Backchannel: Vicki A. DavisBen Curran todaysmeet.com/ccssiste @coolcatteacher@engaginged Teacher, FlatTeachers #ccchat Classroom™ Cofounder
    29. 29. WritingCollaborative Writing and Common Core Standards in the Classroom Jennifer Roberts Digital Lead Teacher @JenRoberts1 Point Loma High School, San Diego
    30. 30. W.x.3 Write narratives to develop real or imagined experiences or events usingeffective technique, well-chosen details, and well-structured event sequences.Case Study:NaNoWriMo
    31. 31. Youve heard of NaNoWriMo? Just over 400 Students
    32. 32. Partly Collaborative, Mostly Communal• All students were working on (and helping each other with) the same basic issues.
    33. 33. Connecting
    34. 34. Jennifer Dr. Leigh Zeitz Suzie Nestico Julie Lindsay @zeitz @nesticos @julielindsayRoberts Assoc Professor HS Teacher, Flat Flat Classroom™@JenRoberts1 Univ of N Iowa Classroom™ Project CofounderDigital Lead Teacher Manager Writing Questions from the Cloud! Backchannel: Vicki A. DavisBen Curran todaysmeet.com/ccssiste @coolcatteacher@engaginged Teacher, FlatTeachers #ccchat Classroom™ Cofounder
    35. 35. WritingCollaborative Writing and Common Core Standards in the Classroom Jennifer Roberts Digital Lead Teacher @JenRoberts1 Point Loma High School, San Diego
    36. 36. Writing Behaviors Case Study:W.x.4 Production and Writing ResponseDistribution of Writing: Produce clear and Groupscoherent writing in whichthe development, • W.x.5 Developorganization, and style and strengthenare appropriate to task, writing as neededpurpose, and audience. by planning, revising, editing, rewriting, or trying a new approach.
    37. 37. Who do you want your students to bethinking about when they write?
    38. 38. Audience is not thereStudents don’t see the impact of their writing.
    39. 39. Feedback from multiplepeers improves studentswriting more than feedbackfrom one teacher.(Cho, 2004; Cohen, & Riel 1989; Hidi, Berndorff,& Ainley, 2002)
    40. 40. Student Writing Groups• Stable groups
    41. 41. Student Writing Groups• Stable groups• Share a folder in Docs/Drive
    42. 42. Student Writing Groups• Stable groups• Share a folder in Docs/Drive• Follow a protocol for group meetings
    43. 43. Student Writing Groups• Stable groups• Share a folder in• Follow a protocol for group meetings• Peers give feedback as READERS about clarity, organization, format etc.
    44. 44. Student Writing Groups• Stable groups• Share a folder in Docs/Drive• Follow a protocol for group meetings• Peers give feedback as.• Writers begin to hear the voices of the "audience" as they write.
    45. 45. Outcomes• Increased self-efficacy in writing• Increased empathy for other student writers• Increased revision activity• Increased frequency and quantity of student writing• Improved writing achievement
    46. 46. For more on Writing Response Groups I built a site about it. http ://goo.gl/C51PR
    47. 47. Jennifer Dr. Leigh Zeitz Suzie Nestico Julie Lindsay @zeitz @nesticos @julielindsayRoberts Title HS Teacher, Flat Flat Classroom™@JenRoberts1 Classroom™ Project CofounderDigital Lead Teacher Manager Writing Questions from the Cloud! Vicki A. DavisBen Curran @coolcatteacher@engaginged Backchannel: Teacher, FlatTeachers todaysmeet.com/ccssiste Classroom™ Cofounder
    48. 48. WritingCollaborative Writing and Common Core Standards in the Classroom Dr. Leigh Zeitz Professor @zeitz
    49. 49. Building Distributed Learning Communities to Facilitate Collaborative CreationDr. Leigh E. ZeitzUniversity of Northern Iowazeitz@uni.eduhttp://drzreflects.com
    50. 50.  Community of Learners  Recognize diversity in ideas and expertise  Share a focus on a goal, problem or project  Enjoy the challenge of attaining their goal  Mutually support one another to advance the collective group’s knowledge  Enjoy high levels of collaboration
    51. 51.  Learner-centric Relevant and active Learning Outcomes-based Learners working collaboratively  locally and globally Connected
    52. 52. Jennifer Dr. Leigh Zeitz Suzie Nestico Julie Lindsay @zeitz @nesticos @julielindsayRoberts Title HS Teacher, Flat Flat Classroom™@JenRoberts1 Classroom™ Project CofounderDigital Lead Teacher Manager Writing Questions from the Cloud! Vicki A. DavisBen Curran @coolcatteacher@engaginged Backchannel: Teacher, FlatTeachers todaysmeet.com/ccssiste Classroom™ Cofounder
    53. 53. WritingCollaborative Writing and Common Core Standards in the Classroom Suzie Nestico HS Teacher, Flat Classroom™ Project Manager @nesticos PA Keystones Tech Integrator, 2009
    54. 54. ELA Common Core Fundamental Shifts (Critical Thinking Works, 2012)
    55. 55. ELA Common Core Fundamental Shifts (Critical Thinking Works, 2012)
    56. 56. Using Research Groups http://groups.diigo.com/group/educators
    57. 57. Keys to Effective Tagging
    58. 58. Class Assignment Blog Example http://21cglobal.blogspot.com/2011/10/flat-world-and-our-place-in-it.html
    59. 59. Students Assignments Pulled up in One Search
    60. 60. Student Research Groups Created in Diigo
    61. 61. Student Work – Collaboratively Built Wikispace http://pod-saveoureducation.wikispaces.com/Xtermin8+College+Cuts
    62. 62. Jennifer Dr. Leigh Zeitz Suzie Nestico Julie Lindsay @zeitz @nesticos @julielindsayRoberts Assoc Professor HS Teacher, Flat Flat Classroom™@JenRoberts1 Univ of N Iowa Classroom™ Project CofounderDigital Lead Teacher Manager Writing Questions from the Cloud! Backchannel: Vicki A. DavisBen Curran todaysmeet.com/ccssiste @coolcatteacher@engaginged Teacher, FlatTeachers #ccchat Classroom™ Cofounder
    63. 63. WritingCollaborative Writing and Common Core Standards in the Classroom Dr. Leigh Zeitz Professor @zeitz
    64. 64. Dr. Leigh E. ZeitzUniversity of NorthernIowazeitz@uni.eduhttp://drzreflects.com Newsjunkie.com
    65. 65. 19 terabytes 1 billion documents 7,500 terabytes 550 billion documentsLibrary of Congress = 13 TB
    66. 66.  Information databases  ERIC Cross-database search engines (Meta)  Academic Index Non-text files  Library of Congress International Collections Password or fee-based sites  Journal publishers - ISTE
    67. 67.  Databases e-Journals e-Books Mailing lists Online library Card catalogs Researcher directories
    68. 68.  Search beyond Google Magic Consider the source Greater selection More specific searches More content means more caution
    69. 69. Dr. Leigh E. ZeitzUniversity of Northern Iowazeitz@uni.eduhttp://drzreflects.com
    70. 70. fax, phone, email
    71. 71.  Word Analytics 5.2 million scanned books 500 billion words Searches phrases up to 5 words Look for patterns in space, time and culture
    72. 72. Looking for patterns in written languagebased upon historical occurrences.
    73. 73.  Look for language patterns over time. Identify a pivotal era. Explore historic events in that era. Identify possible connections. Look for related primary documents to support your ideas.
    74. 74. Jennifer Dr. Leigh Zeitz Suzie Nestico Julie Lindsay @zeitz @nesticos @julielindsayRoberts Title HS Teacher, Flat Flat Classroom™@JenRoberts1 Classroom™ Project CofounderDigital Lead Teacher Manager Writing Questions from the Cloud! Backchannel: Vicki A. DavisBen Curran todaysmeet.com/ccssiste @coolcatteacher@engaginged Teacher, FlatTeachers #ccsiste Classroom™ Cofounder
    75. 75. WritingCollaborative Writing and Common Core Standards in the Classroom Julie Lindsay Flat Classroom® Co-founder @julielindsay
    76. 76. Collaborative Writing across the Curriculum
    77. 77. A Week in the LifeFlat Classroom ES Project, Grade 3-5
    78. 78. Building Bridges to Tomorrow K-2 Flat Classroom Project
    79. 79. Collaboration Features
    80. 80. Collaboration and Co-Creation
    81. 81. Jennifer Dr. Leigh Zeitz Suzie Nestico Julie Lindsay @zeitz @nesticos @julielindsayRoberts Assoc Professor HS Teacher, Flat Flat Classroom™@JenRoberts1 Univ of N Iowa Classroom™ Project CofounderDigital Lead Teacher Manager Writing Questions from the Cloud! Backchannel: Vicki A. DavisBen Curran todaysmeet.com/ccssiste @coolcatteacher@engaginged Teacher, FlatTeachers #ccchat Classroom™ Cofounder
    82. 82. Relationship to Common CoreDecide your text type & purpose,determine timeframe, production& distribution methodReality check to select tool and set up.W.x.7 Conduct research projectsW.x.8 Gather relevant informationW.x.9 Draw evidenceSee content editing cycle. Summative & formative throughout.W.x.10 Write over varied timeframes for a variety of tasks,purposes and audiences
    83. 83. W.x.7 Conduct research projects W.x.8 Gather relevant information W.x.9 Draw evidence Content Editing Cycle W.x.4 Production and distribution W.x.5 Develop and strengthen writing W.x.6 Use technology
    84. 84. Go to bit.ly/LZEdQ6 to sign up to receive updates onCollaborative Writing in the Cloud,to be published by Eye On Education. Coming this winter! Vicki Davis – Author www.eyeoneducation.co m
    85. 85. Jennifer Dr. Leigh Zeitz Suzie Nestico Julie Lindsay @zeitz @nesticos @julielindsayRoberts Assoc Professor HS Teacher, Flat Flat Classroom™@JenRoberts1 Univ of N Iowa Classroom™ Project CofounderDigital Lead Teacher Manager Writing Questions from the Cloud! Backchannel: Vicki A. DavisBen Curran todaysmeet.com/ccssiste @coolcatteacher@engaginged Teacher, FlatTeachers #ccchat Classroom™ Cofounder

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