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Best Teaching Practices to Engage Your Students
Best Teaching Practices to Engage Your Students
Best Teaching Practices to Engage Your Students
Best Teaching Practices to Engage Your Students
Best Teaching Practices to Engage Your Students
Best Teaching Practices to Engage Your Students
Best Teaching Practices to Engage Your Students
Best Teaching Practices to Engage Your Students
Best Teaching Practices to Engage Your Students
Best Teaching Practices to Engage Your Students
Best Teaching Practices to Engage Your Students
Best Teaching Practices to Engage Your Students
Best Teaching Practices to Engage Your Students
Best Teaching Practices to Engage Your Students
Best Teaching Practices to Engage Your Students
Best Teaching Practices to Engage Your Students
Best Teaching Practices to Engage Your Students
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Best Teaching Practices to Engage Your Students

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  • How do we use current technologies and extend the affordances of the platform to new practices. Use Twitter as a way to incorporate popular culture into the classroom and could be tied to a character in a literary text that the class is reading by practicing transmedia storytelling.

    This could be used as an introductory activity or extension by having the class collaborate on creating a twitter feed for the different characters from The Great Gatsby over a few weeks. How would Jay Gatsby speak? What if Jay Gatsby hadn’t taken the blame for Myrtle’s death, how would the others act? What would each of them write in 140 characters over a couple of days of storytelling?
  • The Participatory Design framework is intended to inform the design, implementation, and evaluation of new media technologies that mediate learning in a participatory culture. The goal is for learners to:Create artifacts for self-expression and as objects to learn with.
    Connect with other learners of shared interests to affiliate with a domain.
    Circulate content to engender shared knowledge networks.
    Collaborate on design activities to foster co-configured expertise
  • I was very close to my Great Aunt, Pebble -- who we called Auntie. She had an extensive collection of souvenir spoons. I remember as a child bringing her a spoon at every visit and asking her to tell me what her adventure had been. Each spoon evoked wonderful stories and I hoped one day, I would follow in her footsteps and travel to the places that helped shape who she was.
  • It’s an immediate postcard. An opportunity to bring my friends and family with me to the places that matter.

    I am not alone in this transition of shared experiences. Whether it’s a family trip or a trip through your neighborhood, others are posting images, but also tweets and videos and other forms of media. I immediately post my images to share.
  • …but also tweets and videos and other forms of media.

    We layer our stories on top of each other and through websites like google maps, we give areas we traverse a Sense of Place defined by the people that have experienced it and helped shape its meaning. Our souvenirs have become virtual galleries, but what about leaving something there that says to other travelers, this is my mark on this shared place. This is my part of our collective story?


  • You can scan the barcode and info on the history of Rt. 66 will appear on your device …as well as the Reilly’s adventure and others who have visited this destination as well.

    This create a sense of place that doesn’t just live online but also in the physical space we each had an encounter with.

    I share these stories because I want us to look at...
  • Starting an afterschool program that will use the affordances of this technology to explore local community with high school students
    These halls won’t be what we walk through but what we emerge from as a new form of learner, artist and citizen. By tagging the places in our community, we will enable future generations to have a greater understanding of the past.

  • What was, is and will be RFK Community Schools’ “Sense of Place”?

    These halls won’t be what we walk through but what we emerge from as a new form of learner, artist and citizen. By tagging the places in our community, we will enable future generations to have a greater understanding of the past.

  • Robert F. Kennedy looked to the people, and their creative facilities for action through participation, in his advocacy for social justice. He said, “…the greatest voice is the voice of the people—speaking out—in homes and halls, streets and farms, courts and cafes—let that voice speak…”

    This was the tool he used...
  • And these are ours. Digital media and online communication have become a pervasive part of the everyday lives of youth in the United States. Social network sites, online games, video-sharing sites, and gadgets such as iPods and mobile phones are now well-established fixtures of youth culture.
  • And this is the RFK Community’s place in the world, a makerspace …a place to remember the past, make change in the present and look forward to the future. This is a physical representation of the legacy of RFK. He began the story ...But the community will layer their story on top of this narrative.

    If we tagged the auditorium, what would it say?
    If we tagged the garden, what would it say?
    If we tagged our classroom, what would it say?
  • By offering this type of activity for the whole community to participate in, we will offer new ways of preserving social history. This provides an opportunity for the place to be a voice for the people… to be able to children their time back each day for us to encourage them to grow into a media literate citizen. Tagging shares the wisdom of the community and create a ripple of hope. This is an evocative place and the community will tell the story.
  • Transcript

    • 1. What is Reading in a Participatory Culture? Being conservative in content, we can be radical in approach
    • 2. What is Reading in a Participatory Culture? New Media affords new practices • How would Jay Gatsby speak? • What if Jay Gatsby hadn’t taken the blame for Myrtle’s death, how would the others act? • What would each of them write in 140 characters over a couple of days of storytelling, especially if this story were of today’s American Dream instead of the 1920s?
    • 3. What is Reading in a Participatory Culture? Nature of Expertise has changed
    • 4. What is Reading in a Participatory Culture? Media production model 4 C’s of Participatory Design explored through Narrative Create artifacts for self-expression and as objects to learn with. Connect with other learners of shared interests to affiliate with a domain. Circulate content to engender shared knowledge networks. Collaborate on design activities to foster co- configured expertise
    • 5. In developing a new eBook I’m Exploring… What a “sense of place” means in a hybrid society
    • 6. What a “sense of place” means in a hybrid society
    • 7. What a “sense of place” means in a hybrid society
    • 8. What a “sense of place” means in a hybrid society Route 66 as a journey of the “we” narrative
    • 9. The relationship between Route 66 and Grapes of Wrath
    • 10. 11 Route 66 as a journey of the “we” narrative
    • 11. Route 66 as a journey of the “we” narrative
    • 12. …All great questions must be raised by great voices, and the greatest voice is the voice of the people—speaking out—in prose, or painting or poetry or music; speaking out—in homes and halls, streets and farms, courts and cafes—let that voice speak and the stillness you hear will be the gratitude of mankind. (Robert F. Kennedy, Address, 10th Anniversary Convocation Center for Study of Democratic Institutions of the Fund for the Republic, New York City, January 22, 1963)

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