Leading the new Literacies: Digital, Media, Global Project Based Learning

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Three new 21st century literacies need focused integration in curriculum and teaching: digital, media, and global. Do you wish to engage your school into DIGITAL LITERACY upgrades? How do we help our …

Three new 21st century literacies need focused integration in curriculum and teaching: digital, media, and global. Do you wish to engage your school into DIGITAL LITERACY upgrades? How do we help our students critique and create MEDIA that prepares them for future careers and college? Do you want to GLOBALIZE your classroom? These questions will be addressed in this lively and hands-on session Michael Fisher and Silvia Tolisano will share Dr. Heidi Hayes Jacobs' newest model that provides practical steps in identifying each literacy in classroom practice as they intersect in dynamic projects for our learners K-12.

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  • 1. Leading New the Literacieswith Silvia Rosenthal Tolisano & Mike Fisher
  • 2. Shanghai Saratoga Online
  • 3. of a Modern Learner Snapshot
  • 4. LiteraciesDesigningNew SilviaRosenthalTolisano@langwitches
  • 5. welearn?Howdo
  • 6. Collaborative &Social we learn? How do
  • 7. I think… I see… I wonder…
  • 8. Literacy Digital Media GlobalLiteracy Literacy
  • 9. Literacy Digital Media GlobalLiteracy Literacy
  • 10. Literacy Digital Accessing Selection Creation Capabilities Capabilities Capabilities Capabilities Curation
  • 11. Mike Thornton http://www.livebinders.com/play/play/61256?present=true
  • 12. Literacy Digital Information Network Citizenship Literacy Literacy Digital
  • 13. Literacy Digital InformationLiteracy
  • 14. “The World only how you learned it)”. withwhatyou CAN DO KNOW Thomas Friedman caresaboutwhat you (and it doesn’t care SilviaRosenthalTolisano-@langwitches
  • 15. Googleable http://edu.blogs.com/edublogs/2012/06/googleable-or-not-googleable.html
  • 16. Minecraft Video
  • 17. & Curate Building Knowledge Collaborate Content
  • 18. The Machine is Us
  • 19. Making Learning Visible
  • 20. Literacy Digital NetworkLiteracy
  • 21. SilviaRosenthalTolisano@langwitches Eric HellwegHarvard Business Review: Network Technology Network Identity Network Intelligence Network Capability Network Literacy
  • 22. CSI- Twitter
  • 23. SAMR Model Development
  • 24. Transmedia Storytelling
  • 25. Literacy Digital Citizenship Digital
  • 26. Privacy?
  • 27. Digital Dossier
  • 28. Copyright Copywrong
  • 29. Literacy Digital Media GlobalLiteracy Literacy
  • 30. Ender’s Game
  • 31. Receptive Capability
  • 32. Literacy Digital Media GlobalLiteracy Literacy
  • 33. Literacy Global is not achieved with sporadic projects
  • 34. Don’t just talk the world, about collaborate and learn withthe world! consult, speak, Inspired by Vicky Davis, Julie Lindsay and my Global Network.
  • 35. Mindset Global Pedagogy is not about a skill set, but aabout
  • 36. Pedagogystrategies,approaches
 & techniques to facilitate learning
  • 37. Global Mindset
  • 38. It is not but WHAT you connect you know, HOW about
  • 39. Projects Global Skype in the Classroom Mystery Skype Read Around the World
  • 40. Mindset Global Regularly Bring in Outside Experts Use Google Maps & Earth Consistently Collaborative Reading & 
 Writing Opportunities Participate & Initiate Crowdsourced Projects/Surveys/Docs
  • 41. Educator What is the ProfileGlobal
  • 42. Connectedness Global
  • 43. Explorer Attitude
  • 44. Imagination Global
  • 45. becoming a Steps Global Educator in
  • 46. Speaking Sideways
  • 47. I don’t translate, nor wonder what comes first...the verb or the noun? I know how to respond to something unexpected. I am comfortable and not terrified. I can relate, communicate and connect with others. I know that a language is the sum of words, common history and traditions. It feels intuitive, unconscious and smooth. Language Fluency
  • 48. What is Amplification?
  • 49. Overwhelmed? Silvia Rosenthal Tolisano @langwitches
  • 50. IS is not in addition to the work and sharing online specifically, of being an educator. the Work Sharing It . Ewan Mcintosh
  • 51. Examples Ideas Classroom fromthe &
  • 52. Co-Teaching Across Oceans
  • 53. Social Reading
  • 54. Student Bloggers
  • 55. Co-mmenters
  • 56. Movie Making China-Australia
  • 57. 7 Billion Others
  • 58. Blogging-Quadblogging
  • 59. Selfies- Survey
  • 60. Slavery Project
  • 61. Language Learners
  • 62. Visualize Poetryhttp://visualizepoetryaroundtheworld.wikispaces.com/
  • 63. I used to think… …now Ithink… DMG literacy was…
  • 64. Literacy Digital Media GlobalLiteracy Literacy
  • 65. This Rocks… This is Lame…
  • 66. Professional Development
  • 67. Tech Tsunami https://www.flickr.com/photos/mnorri/4465285015/
  • 68. image licensed under CC by @ransomtech https://www.flickr.com/photos/ransomtech/5431191060/
  • 69. Change image licensed under CC by Will Richardson https://www.flickr.com/photos/wrichard/3743686850/
  • 70. https://www.flickr.com/photos/datruss/5216340720/
  • 71. Positive Disruption Design
  • 72. Scenario Imagination Tweak Share
  • 73. GPSGoals Process Success
  • 74. CROWDSOURCE GOOGLE FORM https://www.flickr.com/photos/jamescridland/613445810
  • 75. DOCUMENTLEARNING SilviaRosenthalTolisano@langwitches
  • 76. I think… I see… I wonder…