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A de-videod presentation that I used at the BECTa 21st Century learner conferences. Exploring some simple ways for students to reach adult audiences. You kind of had to be there - but I said to people ...

A de-videod presentation that I used at the BECTa 21st Century learner conferences. Exploring some simple ways for students to reach adult audiences. You kind of had to be there - but I said to people that I'd put upload the presentation.

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    Place Space Interface Place Space Interface Presentation Transcript

    • Place [interface] Space Digital literacy: planning and practice noel jenkins 2010
    • improving digital literacy DEFINE CREATE What is the task? What technology skills have Who is the intended students got need to audience? develop? What do they know already What formats could they and what do they want to FIND use to present their work? find out? Do students know how to Are they improving their What digital/non-digital search safely and work? resources are available? effectively? Can they download store and retrieve data COMMUNICATE EVALUATE efficiently Can students choose the most appropriate tools to: Which information is most Do they understand useful for the task? issues of copyright and -exchange information and plagiarism? ideas? How should students check -Develop work in collaboration for accuracy and reliability? with others -Publish their work -Do they know how to act Learn to summarize in own safely and who to ask if words Adapted from BECTa something upsets them? working document
    • improving digital literacy DEFINE COMMUNICATE FIND EVALUATE CREATE Directed Guided Supported Independent learning learning learning learning Teacher-defined Teacher-defined Learner defined Learner-defined High guidance Some learner choice High teacher Teacher facilitates support
    • ict and thinking
    • pocket video and youtube Video removed (link) Interesting ways collaborative presentation
    • mobile phones and QR code Video removed (link) generator Wellington stories
    • Comics: Marking vs Remixing Marking vs Remixing Hannah’s homework
    • Posterous and homework blogging Juicy Geography Posterous
    • www.revisited Web version
    • We must have beginner’s mind, a mind that knows everything is in flowing change... Shunryu Suzuki
    • references • BECTA digital literacy documents • Flip Video • QR code • QR code reader • Wellington Stories • Pixton • Posterous • www.Revisited