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  • ·  STUDENTS & student learning, especially: ü  content standards ü  creative thinking ü  problem solving ü  critical thinking-evaluation ü  information ethics ü  responsibility and safety ü  authentic, real-world applications ü  Collaboration with other teachers and members of the learning community ü  Technology integration ü  Assessment ü   Equitable access for all students

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  • 1. To SupportYour Common CoreChicago Principals & Administrators Association Annual Education Conference Feb 7-8, 2013 Jeremy Dunn, Department of Libraries Education Tools and Technology
  • 2. Todays Objectives• Know the suite of free resources available to all CPS schools• Understand how to access resources - from school and home• Understand how resources can support the Common Core State Standards• Develop strategies for creating inquiry-based projects to support CCSS- aligned curriculum• Consider some Best Practices for using these digital resources• Begin strategy development for integrating use at your school
  • 3. Instructional Shifts with CCSS1. Regular Practice with Complex Text •Accessible texts used in conjunction with complex texts
  • 4. Instructional Shifts with CCSS2. Build knowledge through informational texts •Inquiry-based projects = motivation
  • 5. Instructional Shifts with CCSS3. Reading and writing grounded in textual evidence • Elementary - Narrative, Informational, Argument • Middle - Multiple sources; explain; convince • HS - Sophisticated arguments; variety of sources
  • 6. Common Core State Standards +Authentic Learning Experiences = Inquiry-based learning This is Research!
  • 7. Research Project Ingredients• Inquiry-based• Aligned to CCSS• Aligned to Research and Technology Skills• Guided by a Process
  • 8. Inquiry-based projects• Driven by student questions / interests• Guided by teacher• Grounded in a thematic focus• Personally relevant, Socially significant
  • 9. Research Skills in CCSS<Insert image here for LCF>
  • 10. Research Skills in CCSS
  • 11. CCSS Standards > Research • Short / sustained research based on focused ?s • Gathering information, assessing credibility • Integrating information • Textual evidence to support analysis, reflection
  • 12. What do you think?Are students naturally skillful, or naturally not skillful, when conducting Internet research?
  • 13. Research Process1. Developing the question2. Identifying Source Information3. Evaluating Data/Information4. Organizing Information5. Synthesizing Information6. Sharing with Others7. Reflect and Assess
  • 14. Research Process1. Developing the question2. Identifying Source Information3. Evaluating Data/Information4. Organizing Information5. Synthesizing Information6. Sharing with Others7. Reflect and Assess
  • 15. a mport earning. ain i tury l s cont st cen ta base ort 21 e da pnlin es to sup ce sour e: rThey a ards d s ta n c y n ed to ccura •Alig for a l •Ve tted ative s choo rit e or ations •A ut h o t hom d cit ren / 7 from il an ration •Cur le 24 ty to ema udio nar ailab abili •Av e ave a • Pr ovid sources h e •So me r Access with these links: •http://library.cps.k12.il.us •http://www2.youseemore.com/c ps/linkinclude.asp Use your school’s four-digit unit number
  • 16. ← Multiple formats
  • 17. Tools to support 21st Century skills← Option for Audio
  • 18. Primar y sourclocated es alongs current ide events
  • 19. eBooks can greatly expand your students’ Currently,reading choices. overView on computers, whiteboards, & iPads 7,000+(with a browser other than Safari) eBooksRead-aloud options, too! and growing!
  • 20. http://www2.youseemore.com/cps/
  • 21. Research Model Grade 7
  • 22. Assessment Students will create public serviceannouncements about selected health topics in the form of Animoto videos.
  • 23. Key Elements• Define the concept• Highlight statistics to communicate scope of issue• Offer tips for safeguarding well-being
  • 24. Developing Questions
  • 25. 21st Century Tools
  • 26. 21st Century Tools
  • 27. Process continues1. Developing the question2. Identifying Source Information3. Evaluating Data/Information4. Organizing Information5. Synthesizing Information6. Sharing with Others7. Reflect and Assess
  • 28. Organizing Information Students use Wikispaces• Identify three key elements• Relevant images with URLs• Citations and links
  • 29. Final Producthttp://animoto.com/play/50uJDtHkvxw789zKj9DYqA
  • 30. Research Model Grade 4
  • 31. Assessment Student pairs will create first-person dialogues with their selected rainforestanimal using the iPad "Puppet Pals" application.
  • 32. Students begin with focused questions provided by teacher Students use two online resources to research their selected animal
  • 33. 21st Century Tools
  • 34. Final Product
  • 35. Review of Best Practices• Link to resources from your school’s library or resource web page• Embed resources into units and lessons - disintermediate - “cutting out the middleman”• Use deep linking on project pages to facilitate discovery• Use a research process that guides students through steps and provides academic language that they should understand• Use online resources in the context of lessons built on inquiry providing an authentic reason to go on a hunt for information.
  • 36. Review of Best Practices•Leverage model teachers to demonstrate use to other teachers•Ask the librarian to develop online resource guides for major curriculumprojects•Showcase student work so students are “published”•Communicate with parents about the available resources•Encourage students to access these resources from home