Digital Fluency


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

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Digital Fluency

  1. 1. Com Dig ital mun icat ing Flue in A ncy Digit al W orl d
  2. 2. Silvia Rosenthal
  3. 3. Fluency The Bridge from Decoding toDigital Automatic Comprehension Knowing what Tool to use and When
  4. 4. Com Dig ital mun icat ing Flue in A ncy Digit al W orl d
  5. 5. Speaking Up and Down Vs. Sideways
  6. 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. 7. Being SkilledBeing Literate Being Fluent
  8. 8. WorldWhat Kind of do we Live in?
  9. 9. Good Old Days?
  10. 10. Digital World
  11. 11. “We will stop print ing the New York Tim es sometime in the fu ture, date TBD." Arthur Sulzberger Jr
  12. 12. 2012: After 244 Years, Encyclopedia Britannica Stops the Presses
  13. 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. 14. The “Leave it to Beaver” Days are Gone...
  15. 15. “ We live in aworld wherepeople cantalk backto theirBooks Stephen Duncombe
  16. 16. Our World “It” is not changing back
  17. 17. The BiggerPicture
  18. 18. Let’s Talk aboutLearning not technology
  19. 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. 20. Has Learning Changed?
  21. 21. Fluent Reading ?
  22. 22. Fluent Reading ?
  23. 23. Let’s Start to Think Differently AboutLearning
  24. 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. 25. LeitmotifA recurrent theme throughout a of 21st Centurymusical or literary composition. LEarning self- motivation self- direction
  26. 26. Willingness to Reflect
  27. 27. Willingness to Amplify
  28. 28. “What Yearare you preparingyour students for?” Heidi Hayes JacobsDiscuss...
  29. 29. What does it mean to beEducated?
  30. 30. As a VerB : educated As a Noun Literate , being abl : Having k e to read nowledge & write or compet ence
  31. 31. Critical Is Traditional Literacy Literacy enough?What does it mean to be literate?
  32. 32. Reconsider How we think about Reading & Writing
  33. 33. Are Traditional Notionsof Literacysufficientfor a 21st CenturyEducation? Discuss...
  34. 34. Reading
  35. 35. Writing
  36. 36. Literacy has always been defined by Technology Nichole Pinkard
  37. 37. Whatdoesit meanto beDigitalLY Literate? Discuss...
  38. 38. What is our Personal Responsibilityto beDigital Fluent ?
  39. 39. WHat happens When we Choose to be Illiterate ?
  40. 40. If you don’t like nlgke, chgato i e you are goin irr eleva nce ev en less Er ic Shinseki
  41. 41. Thechange we are in the isn’t minor and itmiddle of isn’t optionalClay Shirky
  42. 42. Process,Shift is anot a Program
  43. 43. Shift is Happening Faster thanever before
  44. 44. Shifts in Culture, Affecting Education
  45. 45. Digital Footprint before Birth
  46. 46. SwipingGeneration
  47. 47. Who do We go to forInformation ? Choices
  48. 48. Where do WeLearn? o ice s C h
  49. 49. How Much will it Cost?
  50. 50. Sharing & Remixing are part of the Process
  51. 51. Read ing Ha bits
  52. 52. What About Privacy?
  53. 53. Instant Connectedness
  54. 54. Exponential Times
  55. 55. Abundance
  56. 56. It isn’t the Answer anymore... ... It is the Question Bill Sheskey
  57. 57. The Conversation Happens online
  58. 58. How does this impact your own ? Discuss...Ignacio Leonardi- Learning
  59. 59. You Firstbased on Steve Hargadon
  60. 60. Learning How to Learn
  61. 61. “ It is not Just a Matter of transferring classroom writing into digital spaces” Ann Davis
  62. 62. Is it about Digital Multitasking ?
  63. 63. Let’s Talk AboutLearning and a little bit about technology...
  64. 64. “It’s not about the tool.....the tool is justthe Trojan Horse” Kevin Honeycutt
  65. 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. 66. Evaluating, Modeling & Managing Digital Fluency Communicating, Consuming,Connecting & Collaborating Producing & Sharing Alec Couros-
  67. 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. 68. a th M g s in p t i n ce la n p o x CE
  69. 69. learnchoose mediaimport create save publish reflect disseminate
  70. 70. demonstratedocument reflect save manage
  71. 71. listendocumentconnect network share
  72. 72. Silvia Rosenthal