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Moving from being skilled and literate to fluent in the 21st century

Moving from being skilled and literate to fluent in the 21st century

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  • It's true that we have to adapt or create new trends in our own understanding, adding new layers to it, otherwise we would be trampled by the stampede of progress.
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  • 1. Com Dig ital mun icat ing Flue in A ncy Digit al W orl d
  • 2. Silvia Rosenthal
  • 3. Fluency The Bridge from Decoding toDigital Automatic Comprehension Knowing what Tool to use and When
  • 4. Com Dig ital mun icat ing Flue in A ncy Digit al W orl d
  • 5. Speaking Up and Down Vs. Sideways
  • 6. Language Fluency I can relate, communicate and I don’t translate, connect with nor wonder what comes others. first...the verb or the noun? I know how to respond to something unexpected. It feels intuitive, I am unconscious and comfortable smooth. and not terrified. I know that a language is the sum of words, common history and traditions.
  • 7. Being SkilledBeing Literate Being Fluent
  • 8. WorldWhat Kind of do we Live in?
  • 9. Good Old Days?
  • 10. Digital World
  • 11. “We will stop print ing the New York Tim es sometime in the fu ture, date TBD." Arthur Sulzberger Jr
  • 12. 2012: After 244 Years, Encyclopedia Britannica Stops the Presses
  • 13. Today Yesterday Making copies takes time, Easily copied effort and money Instantly Shared Sharing is complicated Easily Edited Edits are cumbersomeWorldwide Audience Audience of One adapted from:
  • 14. The “Leave it to Beaver” Days are Gone...
  • 15. “ We live in aworld wherepeople cantalk backto theirBooks Stephen Duncombe
  • 16. Our World “It” is not changing back
  • 17. The BiggerPicture
  • 18. Let’s Talk aboutLearning not technology
  • 19. Tomorrow’s illiterate will not be the man who can’t read;He will bethe Manwho has HEbert Gerjuoynot learned how to learn
  • 20. Has Learning Changed?
  • 21. Fluent Reading ?
  • 22. Fluent Reading ?
  • 23. Let’s Start to Think Differently AboutLearning
  • 24. 3 Starting Points for Thinking Differently About Learning1 Thin the Walls of Your Classroom Will Richardson2 Talk to Strangers 3 Be Transparent Discuss...
  • 25. LeitmotifA recurrent theme throughout a of 21st Centurymusical or literary composition. LEarning self- motivation self- direction
  • 26. Willingness to Reflect
  • 27. Willingness to Amplify
  • 28. “What Yearare you preparingyour students for?” Heidi Hayes JacobsDiscuss...
  • 29. What does it mean to beEducated?
  • 30. As a VerB : educated As a Noun Literate , being abl : Having k e to read nowledge & write or compet ence
  • 31. Critical Is Traditional Literacy Literacy enough?What does it mean to be literate?
  • 32. Reconsider How we think about Reading & Writing
  • 33. Are Traditional Notionsof Literacysufficientfor a 21st CenturyEducation? Discuss...
  • 34. Reading
  • 35. Writing
  • 36. Literacy has always been defined by Technology Nichole Pinkard
  • 37. Whatdoesit meanto beDigitalLY Literate? Discuss...
  • 38. What is our Personal Responsibilityto beDigital Fluent ?
  • 39. WHat happens When we Choose to be Illiterate ?
  • 40. If you don’t like nlgke, chgato i e you are goin irr eleva nce ev en less Er ic Shinseki
  • 41. Thechange we are in the isn’t minor and itmiddle of isn’t optionalClay Shirky
  • 42. Process,Shift is anot a Program
  • 43. Shift is Happening Faster thanever before
  • 44. Shifts in Culture, Affecting Education
  • 45. Digital Footprint before Birth
  • 46. SwipingGeneration
  • 47. Who do We go to forInformation ? Choices
  • 48. Where do WeLearn? o ice s C h
  • 49. How Much will it Cost?
  • 50. Sharing & Remixing are part of the Process
  • 51. Read ing Ha bits
  • 52. What About Privacy?
  • 53. Instant Connectedness
  • 54. Exponential Times
  • 55. Abundance
  • 56. It isn’t the Answer anymore... ... It is the Question Bill Sheskey
  • 57. The Conversation Happens online
  • 58. How does this impact your own ? Discuss...Ignacio Leonardi- Learning
  • 59. You Firstbased on Steve Hargadon
  • 60. Learning How to Learn
  • 61. “ It is not Just a Matter of transferring classroom writing into digital spaces” Ann Davis
  • 62. Is it about Digital Multitasking ?
  • 63. Let’s Talk AboutLearning and a little bit about technology...
  • 64. “It’s not about the tool.....the tool is justthe Trojan Horse” Kevin Honeycutt
  • 65. It is not knowing about this tool or that tool important The thing Is that you toolbox have a Full ofopportunities Michael Fisher Ready to meet a specific Task
  • 66. Evaluating, Modeling & Managing Digital Fluency Communicating, Consuming,Connecting & Collaborating Producing & Sharing Alec Couros-
  • 67. Digital Fluency ate cur effortlessly unconsciously ev alu ate“read” manage capture creat learn econn refle save ect ct disseminate share com amplify mun collabo icate rate publi sh
  • 68. a th M g s in p t i n ce la n p o x CE
  • 69. learnchoose mediaimport create save publish reflect disseminate
  • 70. demonstratedocument reflect save manage
  • 71. listendocumentconnect network share
  • 72. Silvia Rosenthal