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Orientation Webinar LIST 5373 Summer 2016

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Orientation webinar for summer course, LIST 5373, 2016

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Orientation Webinar LIST 5373 Summer 2016

  1. 1. OPTIONAL ORIENTATION WEBINAR LIST 5373 8:00-8:45 PM CST JUNE 8, 2015 OR VIEW THE RECORDING Chat window: before the conference Starts- Type your topic for the PD Handout into the chat window No names will be recorded in the webinar session. Please be sure your audio and video are turned off during the session unless you raise your hand to speak. Note: Please login 10 minutes early to the webinar. Tech support (24/7) for the videoconference if you are having trouble logging in to the sessions 1 (877) 382-2293
  2. 2. Entering the webinar (read this prior to the webinar)  To enter the webinar, you can access it either through a desktop or laptop or through your mobile device:  1) Desktop/laptop. Be sure you have Java installed. Then, click "Enter the webinars" on the left side of the course menu to access the webinar.  2) For webinar 1, Click on "Scheduled Sessions" and click the following link:
  3. 3. Tech support for webinars and viewing of recordings  If you have issues entering the webinar or viewing the recording, tech support for Blackboard Collaborate is here: North America, Toll Free: 1 (877) 382-2293  An overview of the tutorial for entering the session is here: http://www.uta.edu/blackboard/students/collaborate- web-conferencing.php  Recordings will be posted immediately following the webinars. They can be accessed by clicking the recordings tab shown above or by clicking on "Recordings of Webinars". I will also post the most updated PowerPoint that accompanies the webinar!
  4. 4. You can resize your chat window and put on bottom of screen!
  5. 5. Main tips  Take notes!  No one can see you unless you press “Video”  You have to press “Talk” to speak.  Use chat window throughout.; using the chat window is optional.  I will check the chat window throughout and respond in “real time”   Feel free to step away as needed but the webinar will only be an hour.
  6. 6. VIDEOCONFERENCE PLAN  Review due dates and assignments.  Professional Development Handout  Library Databases & E-Journals  Applications and Dialogue Interaction @ Routman text  Word Study Plan (overview)  Mobile Tools
  7. 7. Quick Interactive Poll- please vote!  The polling area is next to the hand tool in the Participants window.  This is my first time doing a webinar for school/online courses.  Yes  No  Feel free to add any other information in the chat window!
  8. 8. Hello!  Thanks for joining us! Please use the marker tool to mark below where you are at. Please also type it in the chat window! If you are international, please type it in the chat window!:
  9. 9. Objectives for the webinar Students in LIST 5373 will be able to …..  Better understand the course objectives, assignments, and Blackboard.  Feel more confident about online learning.  Participate in the webinar process using chat features and polling.  Dialogue and discuss your progress on assignments so far in a real-time chat session with peers.  Learn more about how videoconference tools can facilitate interactive learning about literacy methods.
  10. 10. Assignments: LIST 5373  Videoconference during weeks 3-6  Phonics Quiz--30 minutes (can retake during test week window); Study guide on Blackboard.  Word Study Plan  Professional Development Handout  Discussion Boards on Readings  Quizzes
  11. 11. More on Reader Response  Click on “Groups”  Then find your Discussion Forum  Click “Create New Thread”  Cut and paste your response into the window  Post early  Formal replies vs informal replies
  12. 12. Formal replies-responding to other’s initial posts  Part B (Replies):– Following response posting, candidates will return to the discussion board to read and reply to at least three peer’s responses. Label replies as Reply 1A and Reply 1B, etc. The format for the reply part of this assignment is as follows.   Personal Connections: Why did you choose this posting to respond to?  Discussion: What questions or comments do you have for the author of the response posting?  Extension: How can you extend the conversation on this posting? (Share specific resources, experiences, etc.)
  13. 13. Include a multi-media artifact, found or created. Example: Popplet http://popplet.com/  Dr. S’s example: http://popplet.com/app/#/601777
  14. 14. PD Handout Check-in…Type a response to either questions in in the chat window. Typing is optional. Read what others post.  What are your current thoughts for your PD handout plan?  What resources and assistance would be helpful to you in working on your PD Handout?  On your own: look at examples on desktop sharing. Preview the examples before the webinar. Bring questions! 
  15. 15. Starter list of possible topics Starter List/Example Topics: for the PD Handout. You are not limited to these topics. This is just a starter list of suggested topics:  Critical Literacy and Elementary Literacy Instruction  Using “Text Talk” with Read-Aloud for the Primary Grades  Preparing for Achievement Tests with Authentic Literature  The Role of Phonemic Awareness in Learning to Read  Using Phonics in Context for Beginning Readers  Research-based Methods for Fluency Development  Vocabulary Strategies for Helping Overcome the Fourth Grade Slump  Think-Aloud Strategies for Comprehending Text  Managing Guided Reading Effectively Effectively  Comprehension Strategy Instruction  Using New Literacies and Technologies in Elementary Reading  Implementing Book Club/Literature Circles  Reading Methods for Elementary-Aged English Language Learners  Conferring 1-on-1 with students during reading workshop  Conferring 1-on-1 with Students during Writing Workshop  Writing Workshop with Elementary Students  Using Multi-Modal Literacies with Elementary Reading Instruction  Using Expository Text to Teach Elementary Language Arts  Digital Reading and Writing with Elementary Students
  16. 16. Literacy Journals  Note: Some of these journals are on Facebook! 1. Language Arts (NCTE journal; mainly elementary) *Be sure it is a research article. Some of their articles are “how-to” articles. 2. The Reading Teacher (elementary literacy; International Reading Association) *Be sure it is a research article. Some of their articles are “how-to” articles. 3. Journal of Adolescent and Adult Literacy (grades 6-12 and adult; International Reading Association) 4. Literacy Research and Instruction 5. Reading Research Quarterly (exclusively rigorous research; geared more for research; International Reading Association). 6. Journal of Literacy Research 7. Reading and Writing Quarterly 8. Journal of Early Childhood Literacy 9. Bilingual Research Journal
  17. 17. Locating three research articles You need articles that have been published within the last 10-12 years. You are translating empirical research into practice for busy teachers. • In selecting your three articles you will be reading as you work on your Professional Development handout, here is the link to the E-journals through UTA library. • Use your NetID and password to logon if you are off campus. You can also talk to one of the reference librarians on campus if you need more assistance. • • http://ns6rl9th2k.search.serialssolutions.com/
  18. 18. What is considered a research article?  Results of an empirical study, e.g.,. Case study, qualitative research, survey, etc. Data was collected and results were reported.  Has section headings and key words like data collection, analysis, results, conclusions, implications.  Not a “how-to” practitioner-based article.  Should be current (last 10-12 years)
  19. 19. Library databases • http://www.uta.edu/library/ Main UTA library website • Library Guide for Curriculum and Instruction http://libguides.uta.edu/education?hs=a
  20. 20. Research Tip: Bibliography mining.  Bibliography mining--Look in the references of a seminal article for further references to read and locate.  What other research tips can be shared?  Use the “cite” button to choose APA formatting. However, you must still proofread it.  OWL site for APA 6th edition formatting tips is a good resource. https://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/560/01/
  21. 21. Desktop Sharing: I will share my screen to do a “think-aloud” of searching several library databases  Academic Search Complete—casts a wide net  ERIC—not as wide a net  E-Journals  Visual display  Demo search terms:  1) “morph*” and “reading” [focus on teaching morphemes and/or morphology to enhance vocabulary and comprehension]. [within The Reading Teacher]  2) “fluency” and “intervention” and “elementary” [within Academic Search Complete]
  22. 22. What will the final handout be like? • Evidence-Based Handout (3-4+ pages single- spaced; include graphics and visuals). • This section reflects how educators take the research base and apply it in schools/classrooms. You should construct a handout/newsletter that could possibly be shared at a presentation that you could use at a workshop / inservice / professional development meeting. • This handout should help teachers understand and apply research-based strategies related to your focus area (e.g., fluency building, comprehension development, or whatever topic you chose).
  23. 23. 10+ teacher tips that connect or draw from the research (evidence-based practice)  10 teacher tips should be presented that focus on several key areas of a targeted grade level or grade levels.  You should elaborate (BE SPECIFIC) on the tips so that any teacher could take this from your presentation and put the ideas into practice.  Create a presentation that provides well-developed ideas that schools and teachers, in general, can use. All points must have research support (cite source). You must draw on the research-based journal articles that you read. These will be listed in your References section.
  24. 24. Webliography resources: suggested sites  Reading Rockets  Readwritethink (lesson plans)  IRA http://reading.org/General/Default.aspx  NCTE http://www.ncte.org/  Florida Center for Reading Research  Scholastic.com  Other websites….  What else? Please enter a website in the chat window you have visited that supports your topic related to elementary literacy instruction.
  25. 25. COPYRIGHT-FREE IMAGES  Do not use copyrighted images in the PDH.  All images used, with the exception of clip art, should be cited underneath each image with Source: [insert website here].
  26. 26. Creative Commons  Flickr  Other websites  Note different levels of permissions for Creative Commons and need to cite the link/source.
  27. 27. Synthesizing our learning so far  Please type in the chat window something you’ve gleaned from the webinar so far.  What are you thinking now?  A fact  A resource  An idea from the instructor  An idea from a colleague  Something surprising or interesting  Something you want to explore further on your own
  28. 28. Connection to balanced literacy framework and gradual release of responsibility Source: Austin ISD https://www.austinisd.org/sites/default/files/dept/leadership/docs/ecm/EC_Balanced_Literacy_20111019.pdf
  29. 29. Elaboration on Reading Essentials by Dr. Semingson  Routman text, 2003  “Tell the stories of your life.” (p. 17)  “Value children’s stories.” (p. 18)  “Read stories aloud.” (p. 18)  “Get to know your students as readers.” (p. 20)  “Learn about students’ reading lives at home.” (p. 21)  Ch. 3  -What is your own readerly life? What is your own writerly life? How do you share this (appropriately!) with your students? We will discuss this in the next webinar so be thinking about this between now and Webinar 2!
  30. 30. Resources from Regie Routman  http://www.regieroutman.org/publications/articles/  Tip: Often an author or researcher will share free articles on their website (not always) and/or they might have a blog and/or Facebook page. I always check these out! On occasion, a researcher will have a YouTube channel or other social media account where they share knowledge!
  31. 31. Word Study Lesson: Resources & Examples Examples are in: Smith and Read chapter On Blackboard (already posted) Let’s look at the blank template together (desktop sharing). • What are you noticing about the type of instruction in these examples?
  32. 32. Review of basic phonics terms Source: http://boostforreaders.com/phonicscharts.html
  33. 33. What is your phonics focus for the plan? Pick a focus to develop and build across one mini- lesson Examples Beginning readers (1st grade): • CVC words • Vowel digraphs • Consonant digraphs • Onset-rime word families • [see pages 62-68 in Dow and Baer, 5th edition] More advanced readers: • Multisyllabic words • Morphemes (e.g., prefixes, suffixes)
  34. 34. Recap of Major Assignments Q/A? Reminder: You need to purchase the TK20 system (one time purchase)
  35. 35. Synthesizing our learning so far: Closure  Please type in the chat window something you’ve gleaned from the webinar, overall  What are you thinking now?  A fact  A resource  An idea from the instructor  An idea from a colleague  Something surprising or interesting  Something you want to explore further on your own  Something about the webinar experience itself!
  36. 36. You can do this!   Use your resources.  Contact us for help.  We will continue to discuss this assignment (and PD Handout) in the next videoconferences, as well.  We encourage you to attend the live session, if your schedule permits.
  37. 37. Encouragement  Keep going!  Reward yourself  Finish assignments early.  Resources on Blackboard!  Contact Dr. S if needed!
  38. 38. Dr. S. is also on BBIM (Blackboard Instant Messenger)
  39. 39.  Thanks for attending or watching the recording!   Dr. Semingson

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