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  • *Kiaora koutou -Rochelle Jensen -I am an e-lnr advisor, tga,sss, uni of waikato. Prior classroom tch – trained here. -Day 2 day my job involves working in schools, classroom , researching how ICT can enhance tch/lnr Invited here today 2 explore literacy in the 21 st c look specifically at the place of ict – flick up lnr intentions

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  • The Changing ‘Face’ of Literacy hhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh Rochelle Jensen - 2008
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    • Overview:
    • 21 st century learning and teaching
    • The Place of ICT?
    • The ‘new’ literacy
    • A promising combo - ICT + Literacy
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    • Learning Intentions :
    • Examine how we as teachers can increasingly provide experiences that ‘connect’ to the world of the 21 st century learner.
    • Overview the place of ICT while looking at practical resources that can be integrated
    • into a classroom literacy programme.
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  • Generation C
    • Creators,
    • Contributors
    • Communicators
    • Collaborators
    • Coordinators
    • Consumers
    • (Derek Wenmoth)
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    • Traditional Learning Environments
    • Teacher centered instruction
    • Single sense stimulation
    • Single path progression
    • Single media
    • Isolated work
    • Information delivery
    • Passive learning
    • Factual, knowledge-based
    • Reactive response
    • Isolated, artificial context
    • Newer Learning Environments
    • Student-centered learning
    • Multisensory stimulation
    • Multipath progression
    • Multimedia
    • Collaborative work
    • Information exchange
    • Active/exploratory/inquiry
    • Critical thinking and informed decision making
    • Proactive, planned action
    • Authentic, real world context
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  • So… How Savvy R U Free powerpoint template: www.brainybetty.com
  • Is ICT enough? Free powerpoint template: www.brainybetty.com PL + ICT = EPL Poor Learning + ICT = Expensive Poor Learning
  • Free powerpoint template: www.brainybetty.com “ The real magic in a quality learning experience comes not from boxes, wires and expensive digital equipment. The real magic comes from teachers who have high expectations, create relevant and challenging learning experiences, supported and scaffold pupils to success, and provide quality feedback for their pupils.” Trevor Bond
    • Creating a supportive learning environment.
    • Encouraging reflective thought and action.
    • Enhancing the relevance of new learning.
    • Facilitating shared learning.
    • Making connections to prior learning and experience.
    • Providing sufficient opportunities to learn.
    • Teaching as inquiry.
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    • “ ... e-learning forms part of a conscious choice of the best and most appropriate ways of promoting effective learning ”.
    • JISC, 2004,pg10
    • Today's definition of literacy is more than reading and writing. In order to be functionally literate in our media-saturated world, children and young people – in fact, all of us – have to be able to read the messages that daily inform us, entertain us and sell to us. As the Internet becomes a fact of life, the critical thinking skills that help young people navigate through traditional media are even more important.
    • Media Awareness Network, (2006, June 21)
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  • Free powerpoint template: www.brainybetty.com ** Making meaning of ideas or information they receive (Listening, Reading, Viewing ) ** Creating meaning for themselves or others (Speaking, Writing, Presenting ) The New Zealand Curriculum - English English is structured around two strands, each encompassing the oral, written, and visual forms of the language.
  • Free powerpoint template: www.brainybetty.com Consumers : Analyse and interpret meaning Producers : Convey meaning by being creative with literacy and design
  • A ‘good’ literacy programme
    • Reading to
    • Reading with
    • Reading by
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    • Writing to
    • Writing with
    • Writing by
  • Explore resources that engage students while encouraging them to make and create meaning.
    • Digital Learning Objects
    • Software
    • Web 2.0 – blogs and wikis
    • Collaborative Projects
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  • Digital Learning Objects Free powerpoint template: www.brainybetty.com What are they ? An interactive digital resource used to support learning. Digital learning objects are often developed to support the development of a specific particular skill, knowledge or concept. Personal Picks Digistore Electronic Storybooks Games WHOMP Read/Write/Think
  • Software
    • What? Where?
    • The software portal for NZ teachers is known as ‘Software for
    • Learning’ and is accessible through Te Kete Ipurangi.
    • This resource contains links to downloads, teachers picks and
    • snapshots of how software is used in the classroom.
    • Personal Picks
    • Photostory
    • Glogster
    • Comics
    • Scratch
    • Voicethread
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  • Free powerpoint template: www.brainybetty.com Blogs and Wikis What ? Where? The evolution of the web. Users are active rather than passive. Create and publish content. Shared constitution of meaning. No html knowledge required. Blogs A blog is a website where entries are made in journal style and displayed in a reverse chronological order. A typical blog combines text, images, and links to other blogs, web pages, and other media related to its topic. http://2008meadowbank23.blogspot.com/ http://e3eclat.blogspot.com/ Wikis http://dictionary.k12opened.com/index.php http://collaborativetales.wikispaces.com/ http://www.instructables.com/ http://www.instructables.com/ http://www.wikipedia.org/
  • Collaborative Projects
    • What are they ?
    • Projects that connect learners across the globe to
    • work collaboratively to meet shared outcomes.
    • Personal Picks
    • Writers Window
    • Epals
    • Personalised Projects using web 2.0 tools
    • http://rjensen.wordpress.com/literacy/
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    • ICT’s can help:
    • Learners experiment with different ways of making meaning –
    • via multi-media tools
    • Build learners' sense of themselves as active knowledge-builders,
    • having a unique niche, role, point of difference…
    • Provide tools and resources needed for research
    • To develop the kinds of relationships/connections/collaborations
    • needed to generate new knowledge
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  • Keeping Up
    • Subscribe to blogs: http://rocky11.blogspot.com/
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