Student Scribers

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Student Scribers

  1. 1. Student Scribers<br />Presented by Melissa Smith<br />@edutechsmith<br />Image from http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/images/results.aspx?qu=quill%20pens#ai:MC900312512|mt:1|<br />
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  3. 3. What is a Student Scriber?<br />A student who records what they are learning on a daily basis<br />A student who reteaches and posts the newest concept being explained in class<br />Students digitally scribing their learning experiences, archiving it electronically to give access to it later or continue the activity in a timeless way<br />
  4. 4. Benefits of Student Scribers<br />Shifts control from teacher to student allowing for students to manage their own learning<br />Forces students to become more responsible<br />Causes students to take better notes<br />Improves social dynamics within the classroom<br />Gives every voice a chance to be heard<br />Extends the class day<br />Motivates students internally<br />Obtains the 21st Century life skill of digital communication<br />
  5. 5. What Posts Will Show You<br />Students in charge of posting will more likely come to the teacher or peer expert to better understand concept if he/she has questions<br />Authentic assessment and better form of understanding what exactly students know and don’t know (Allow student scribers to actually scribe what they aren’t sure of themselves. Other students will comment with help!)<br />Scribing and commenting students will post external sites that correspond with the learning<br />
  6. 6. Things to Address with Students Before Starting<br />Digital Citizenship (having respect and patience of others)<br />To text abbreviate or not<br />2 types of writing: Formal and informal<br />Positive and purposeful online attitude<br />Looking for effort<br />
  7. 7. Commenting<br />Stimulate discussions<br />Opinions with support<br />Mention of correct terminology or information from studies<br />Connections with self or real world<br />
  8. 8. Teacher Expectations<br />Participation (require they do their assignment + comment/respond to others "x" number of times)<br />On time<br />Rich comments<br />Grammar/spelling<br />Uniqueness<br />Correlates with topic<br />
  9. 9. Changes Purpose of Work<br />
  10. 10. Darren Kuropatwa’s Students Scribing Set up<br />The Assignment: Summarize or demonstrate what you learned well enough to have others be able to learn from you.<br />(The teacher assigns who the daily scriber will be.)<br />

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