Gerry Paille
School District 60 Peace River North
ISTE NETS for Students
  National Educational Technology Standards for Students
But...
“And don't swallow the myth of the digital native.
Just because your teens Facebook, IM, and
Youtube, don't assume ...
The Networked Student
Become a Networked
       Teacher
“What we know and what we teach
our children about how to critically
consume and collabo...
ISTE NETS for Teachers
  National Educational Technology Standards for Students
Be a Model for Your
      Students
Openness
  encourage participation, sharing (creative commons, no
  passwords)

Convers...
Be a Model for Your
      Students
Network
  Including people, resources and tools

Ethics
  Netiquette, plagiarism, and c...
Overwhelming?




    Credit Alec Couros
Characteristics




    Credit Educational Origami
How Do You Become a
      Model?
You need to:
 Get involved in your Community of Practice

 Participate a Network of Pract...
Community of Practice
Share common interest

May be organized by someone like a teacher,
department head, administrator, p...
Network of Practice

Share a common interest

Decentralized

Do it yourself

Members may not know each other or ever
meet
...
D’Arcy Norman’s PLE




                        More PLE Diagrams as Collected by Scott Leslie




dlnorman: @brlamb socia...
10 Web 2.0 Ways
                 Stephen Downes


1. Listen to a conference presentation - K-12
   Online Conference
2. Re...
10 Web 2.0 Ways
                  Stephen Downes


6. Create a slide on Zoho and incorporate an
   image from Flickr that ...
Bloom’s Taxonomy
From Nouns to Verbs
Web 2.0 Verbs

Ripping, remixing, commenting,
blogging, social bookmarking,
sharing, podcasting, vlogging,
modelling, link...
Some Examples
What Do You Think
    About This Distinction?
1. Teachers who teach curriculum want:

       1.   Attendance and participa...
In-Service Teacher and
Grad Student Reflection
 quot;I've realized that I need 2 think
 about 21C Learning, that I have
  ...
Credit Kim Cofino
How about:
   Using technology
   successfully in the
classroom is a mindset,
     not a tool-set.
This presentation created almost
   totally with resources from my
 Personal Learning Environment, my
Network of Practice,...
Attributions
ISTE (2007, June) National Educational Standards for Students. Retrieved March 24, 2009, from ISTE Web
site: ...
http://tinyurl.com/dldgnd

gpaille at prn dot bc dot ca
How Does the 21st Century Teacher Help the Networked Student Learn?
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  • 5
    pArtICIpAtIoN

    social media encourages contributions and feedback from everyone who is



    interested. it blurs the line between media and audience.


    opeNNess

    most social media services are open to feedback and participation. they encourage



    voting, comments and the sharing of information. there are rarely any barriers to



    accessing and making use of content – password-protected content is frowned on.


    CoNVersAtIoN

    whereas traditional media is about “broadcast” (content transmitted or distributed to



    an audience) social media is better seen as a two-way conversation.


    CoMMuNIty

    social media allows communities to form quickly and communicate effectively.



    Communities share common interests, such as a love of photography, a political issue



    or a favourite tv show.


    CoNNeCtedNess

    most kinds of social media thrive on their connectedness, making use of links to other



    sites, resources and people.

  • 5
    pArtICIpAtIoN

    social media encourages contributions and feedback from everyone who is



    interested. it blurs the line between media and audience.


    opeNNess

    most social media services are open to feedback and participation. they encourage



    voting, comments and the sharing of information. there are rarely any barriers to



    accessing and making use of content – password-protected content is frowned on.


    CoNVersAtIoN

    whereas traditional media is about “broadcast” (content transmitted or distributed to



    an audience) social media is better seen as a two-way conversation.


    CoMMuNIty

    social media allows communities to form quickly and communicate effectively.



    Communities share common interests, such as a love of photography, a political issue



    or a favourite tv show.


    CoNNeCtedNess

    most kinds of social media thrive on their connectedness, making use of links to other



    sites, resources and people.





  • teacher led to online to tutor (web 2.0




  • Alec Couros McToonish (Heather) Dean, Murch, Bud (the teacher)


  • http://compfight.com/










  • ripping, remixing, commenting, blogging, social bookmarking, sharing, podcasting, animating, testing, collaborating, modelling, linking, texting, photographing, highlighting, visualizing, editing, chatting, broadcasting, uploading,
















  • How Does the 21st Century Teacher Help the Networked Student Learn?

    1. 1. Gerry Paille School District 60 Peace River North
    2. 2. ISTE NETS for Students National Educational Technology Standards for Students
    3. 3. But... “And don't swallow the myth of the digital native. Just because your teens Facebook, IM, and Youtube, don't assume they know the rhetoric of blogging, collective knowledge gathering techniques of taggers and social bookmarkers, collaborative norms of wiki work, how to tune and feed a Twitter network, the art of multimedia argumentation - and, by far most importantly, online crap detection.” Howard Rheingold
    4. 4. The Networked Student
    5. 5. Become a Networked Teacher “What we know and what we teach our children about how to critically consume and collaboratively create online media matters.” Howard Rheingold
    6. 6. ISTE NETS for Teachers National Educational Technology Standards for Students
    7. 7. Be a Model for Your Students Openness encourage participation, sharing (creative commons, no passwords) Conversation read/write, not just broadcast Community administrators, teachers, students, parents, city/town
    8. 8. Be a Model for Your Students Network Including people, resources and tools Ethics Netiquette, plagiarism, and copyright/attribution
    9. 9. Overwhelming? Credit Alec Couros
    10. 10. Characteristics Credit Educational Origami
    11. 11. How Do You Become a Model? You need to: Get involved in your Community of Practice Participate a Network of Practice Build your Personal Learning Environment Use some of the tools in your teaching
    12. 12. Community of Practice Share common interest May be organized by someone like a teacher, department head, administrator, pro-d chair, or professional association. Members know each other and meet face-2- face periodically May or may not rely on technology
    13. 13. Network of Practice Share a common interest Decentralized Do it yourself Members may not know each other or ever meet Rely on technology Fun, exciting, empowering, viral, disruptive
    14. 14. D’Arcy Norman’s PLE More PLE Diagrams as Collected by Scott Leslie dlnorman: @brlamb social media is participatory, dynamic and decentralized
    15. 15. 10 Web 2.0 Ways Stephen Downes 1. Listen to a conference presentation - K-12 Online Conference 2. Record your own audio or video presentation 3. Do a search on a topic of interest but don’t just use Google – use Google Blog Search, Google News Search, Delicious, Technorati, Slideshare, and Youtube. Bookmark and tag any keepers on a site like Delicious. 4. Write a blog (or Twitter) posting about something you have learned lately. Add keywords or tags to the posting. 5. Upload a slide presentation to Slideshare or similar site.
    16. 16. 10 Web 2.0 Ways Stephen Downes 6. Create a slide on Zoho and incorporate an image from Flickr that you have found that has Creative Commons licensing. 7. Check out the blogroll (sites he/she follows) from the site of one of your favorite bloggers. 8. Write a comment on a blog post, article, or book written by an e-learning researcher or practitioner. 9. Try and find something of interest on a Website like Digg, Mixx, Mashable, or Hotlinks and write a blog posting about it or at least a comment on the site. 10.Play an online game with a colleague.
    17. 17. Bloom’s Taxonomy From Nouns to Verbs
    18. 18. Web 2.0 Verbs Ripping, remixing, commenting, blogging, social bookmarking, sharing, podcasting, vlogging, modelling, linking, chatting, texting, broadcasting, visualizing, animating, publishing, collaborating, communicating, uploading, downloading, tagging...
    19. 19. Some Examples
    20. 20. What Do You Think About This Distinction? 1. Teachers who teach curriculum want: 1. Attendance and participation monitoring 2. Quizzes and Gradebooks 3. Content management and distribution of teacher created and filtered resources 2. Teachers who teach learning want: 1. Tools for individual and collaborative construction 2. Tools for reflection, self and group assessment 3. Content management (tags, spaces, organizational views) of teacher, student created and web resources 4. Spaces for exploration and discovery 5. Networks for developing learning skills and social skills 6. Aggregators for assessing net-wide student artifact construction 3. Teachers who want it all! Dr. Terry Anderson’s Presentation MoodleMoot Canada 2009 Follow the Interesting Discussion from the Chronicle Of Higher Learning
    21. 21. In-Service Teacher and Grad Student Reflection quot;I've realized that I need 2 think about 21C Learning, that I have become a roadblock, & it's an injustice to my learnersquot; From Alec Couros via Twitter
    22. 22. Credit Kim Cofino
    23. 23. How about: Using technology successfully in the classroom is a mindset, not a tool-set.
    24. 24. This presentation created almost totally with resources from my Personal Learning Environment, my Network of Practice, and a little glue.
    25. 25. Attributions ISTE (2007, June) National Educational Standards for Students. Retrieved March 24, 2009, from ISTE Web site: http://www.iste.org/Content/NavigationMenu/NETS/ForStudents/2007Standards/ NETS_for_Students_2007.htm Drexler, Wendy (2008, November 26) The Networked Student. Retrieved March 24, 2009, from YouTube Web site: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XwM4ieFOotA Rheingold, Howard (2009, April 10) 21st Century Literacies. Retrieved April 10, 2009, from The San Francisco Chronicle Web site: http://www.sfgate.com/cgi-bin/blogs/rheingold/detail?blogid=108&entry_id=38313 ISTE (2008, June) National Educational Standards for Students. Retrieved March 24, 2009,from ISTE Web site: http://www.iste.org/Content/NavigationMenu/NETS/ForTeachers/2008Standards/ NETS_for_Teachers_2008.htm Couros, Alec (2008, October 7). Networked Teacher Diagram - Updated. Retrieved March 24, 2009 from Flickr Web site: http://www.sfgate.com/cgi-bin/blogs/rheingold/detail?blogid=108&entry_id=38313 Churches, Andrew (2008, March 14). 21st Century Teacher. Retrieved March 24, 2009 from Educational Origami Web site: http://edorigami.wikispaces.com/21st+Century+Teacher Churches, Andrew (2009, March 6). Bloom’s Digital Taxonomy. Retrieved March 24, 2009, from Wikispaces Web site: http://edorigami.wikispaces.com/Bloom%27s+Digital+Taxonomy. Couros, Alec (2008, February 26). What Does the Network Mean to You? Retrieved March 24, 2009, from VoiceThread Web site: http://voicethread.com/share/67978/ Norman, D’Arcy (2008). My PLE. Retrieved March 24, 2009, from edtechpost Web site: http:// edtechpost.wikispaces.com/PLE+Diagrams Downes, Stephen (2008, March 2008). Ten Web 2.0 Things You Can Do in Ten Minutes to Be a More Successful E-Learning Professional. Retrieved March 24, 2009, from Stephen’s Web Web site: http:// www.downes.ca/post/44260 Anderson, Terry (2009, April 3). Beyond Learning Management to Open Learning Support and Inspiration. Retrieved April 3, 2009, from Slideshare Web site: http://www.slideshare.net/terrya/beyond-lms-keynote-to- canada-moodlemoot-2009 Cofino, Kim (2009, March 9) A Mindset, Not a Skillset. Retrieved April 21, 2009 from Flickr Web site: http:// www.flickr.com/photos/superkimbo/3318863498/
    26. 26. http://tinyurl.com/dldgnd gpaille at prn dot bc dot ca

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