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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!!