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What do we stand for


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What do we stand for

  1. 1. WHAT DO WE STAND FOR Project #2 Mark Troknya
  2. 2. NETS PERFORMANCE INDICATORS  Creativity and Innovation  Communication and Collaboration Research and Information Fluency  Critical Thinking, Problem Solving and Decision Making  Digital Citizenship  Technology Operations and Concepts
  5. 5. CREATIVITY AND INNOVATION  Students demonstrate creative thinking, construct knowledge, and develop innovative products and processes using technology.
  6. 6. CREATIVITY AND INNOVATION  A-For my job as a Museum Librarian I would be teaching the docents how to use the library. I need to discover who the docents are and what there backgrounds are (who are they, what do they know,…)  S-Discover and clearly state to the Docents what the objectives of their training are  S-For this I believe a tour of the museum, as well as a tour of the library and its facilities would be necessary, as well as a Powerpoint explaining how to use the resources  U-By creating the Powerpoint , I would also test to make sure it was useful and relevant to the docents  R-I would create a scavenger hunt for material in the library. In order to find the items the docents would have to have understood the tour and Powerpoint  E-After the first class of docents, an evaluation of what worked and what areas needed to be worked on in order to have a better result.
  7. 7. COMMUNICATION AND COLLABORATION  Students use digital media and environments to communicate and work collaboratively, including at a distance, to support individual learning and contribute to the learning of others.
  8. 8. COMMUNICATION AND COLLABORATION  A-The first thing would be to discuss with the docents how much they know about online communication. An assessment will be made based on the discusssion.  S-The museum offers an online image resource website named LUNA, where docents can collaborate on projects and collect images and data, as well as communication through the docent website-both of these will be the learning objective for communication and collaboration  S-A class on how to communicate through the website as well as encouragement to communicate via email and phones  U-The docent website is updated with each new docent class, and one of the new class member will be put in charge of maintaining it for the next year  R-During and after the website class, docents will be given “homework” to send messages back and forth to utilize the website.  E-After the first class, an evaluation of the docents would be offered to give feedback on where there may be areas of improvement- determining who is more adept at the website and who is more adept at LUNA
  9. 9. . RESEARCH AND INFORMATION FLUENCY  Students apply digital tools to gather, evaluate, and use information.
  10. 10. RESEARCH AND INFORMATION FLUENCY  A-The first thing would be to discuss and assess with the docents how much they know about online communication  S-The museum offers an online image resource website named LUNA, where docents can collaborate on projects and collect images and data. LUNA will be the learning objective  S-A class presentation on using LUNA by the Image Resources Manager at the museum would be required  U-Luna is consistently being updated as well as the classes on LUNA usage  R-During and after the LUNA class, docents will be given “homework” to break into group and create presentations using Luna  E-An evaluation of the docents would be offered to give feedback on where there may be areas of improvement in their homework and presentations
  11. 11. CRITICAL THINKING, PROBLEM SOLVING, & DECISION MAKING  Students use critical thinking skills to plan and conduct research, manage projects, solve problems, and make informed decisions using appropriate digital tools and resources.
  12. 12. CRITICAL THINKING, PROBLEM SOLVING, & DECISION MAKING  A-I will first have to ascertain and assess how the group and each individual is capable of problem solving and decision making, determining strong and weak points  S-I will determine what they need to do and how their skills are best utilized, as well as state the objectives that will be covered  S-After the presentations on LUNA and online communication, specific learning tools can be determined. One docent may be better at library research while another may be more comfortable with media tools  U-The docents will be prepared with the right tools (i.e. computers and specific class time to prepare their presentations)  R-Some docents will present to the others and be critiqued on their work, this will change each time so that everyone presents  E-With each presentation, the docent audience feedback will be evaluated to determine what needs to be re-discussed and taught to the class
  13. 13. DIGITAL CITIZENSHIP  Students understand human, cultural, and societal issues related to technology and practice legal and ethical behavior.
  14. 14. DIGITAL CITIZENSHIP  A-Docents will be assessed on their knowledge of safe and legal use of information with an online quiz  S-The docents will be informed of the objectives of digital citizenship, which are highlighted in the online quiz  S-Luna will be used as an example of legal digital information, as well as the museum’s emuseum website page to contrast with just using any image off the internet  U-Docents will be assured that the information that is provided for them will be safe and legal  R-A video will be provided of good and bad practices  E-A questionnaire will be given to help determine if everyone clearly understands the legal responsibilities of image resourcing
  15. 15. TECHNOLOGY OPERATIONS & CONCEPTS  Students demonstrate a sound understanding of technology, concepts, systems, and operations.
  16. 16. TECHNOLOGY OPERATIONS & CONCEPTS  A- Docents will be assessed for their knowledge of using Luna as a digital image resource as well as using the library’s OPAC system for research, with a eight short questions and inquiries created by the library staff  S-The evaluation will determine who is ready to present material to the public through tours in the museum, and those that correctly use the materials correctly on at least six queries will be dismissed from further training unless they want to remain  S-Luna will be the primary source of information because it is provided by the museum and therefore is accurate and current and provides the best information on the collection  U-Other methods will be discussed but not utilized until determined to be of the best legal quality as a resource  R-In addition to the LUNA database, the OPACs within the library will be provided. Each Docent will be asked to find quality information on a subject to present to the class  E-After the OPAC presentations, feedback will be collected and evaluated on the ease of the usage of the OPACS and if there are any areas of improvement
  17. 17. SOURCES  students 