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Creative literacy
Creative literacy
Creative literacy
Creative literacy
Creative literacy
Creative literacy
Creative literacy
Creative literacy
Creative literacy
Creative literacy
Creative literacy
Creative literacy
Creative literacy
Creative literacy
Creative literacy
Creative literacy
Creative literacy
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Creative literacy

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  • 1. Tech-creative-acy Literacy ELA “Creativity is intelligence having fun” ~Einstein
  • 2. technology + creativity = literacy* *competence or knowledge in a specified area • As a starting point • To spark curiosity • As a culminating activity *the ability to read and write Amy Burvall mana`o: using technology and creativity to improve and encourage literacy reading & writing, tech literacy, math literacy, science literacy, music literacy, art literacy, etc. Use strategies to….
  • 3. Book spine poetry Bur$all, 2014 analog = old digital = new literary piece
  • 4. Content “poem” starting point spark curiosity culminating activity
  • 5. Blackout poetry Austin Kleon, the website
  • 6. Austin Kleon, Black out poetry see full video at: http://youtu.be/ipAXNboiwC4
  • 7. literary piece skim for words edit
  • 8. blackout…the fun part
  • 9. the final
  • 10. Content specific Blackout = “inside-out highlighting” content specific example
  • 11. sketch notes visual note taking
  • 12. Rachel Smith, Sketch notes, TED talk see full video at: http://youtu.be/3tJPeumHNLY
  • 13. Sketch notes Visual note taking • not about drawing • content driven doodling • not for all students • about listening, capturing, transforming ideas into visual communication • Take what you hear - connect to internal frame of reference • shouldnʻt get in the way of the learning & taking notes • Kathy Schrock, Mike Rohde doesnʻt work for all students
  • 14. guided visual note taking
  • 15. Play time!!

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