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A Taste of: The Now Literacies, Documenting Learning & Digital Portfolios

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A Taste of: The Now Literacies, Documenting Learning & Digital Portfolios

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A Taste of: The Now Literacies, Documenting Learning & Digital Portfolios

  1. Sharing Nowthe Literacies Silvia Rosenthal Tolisano @langwitches through the lens of
  2. INTRO DOCUMENTATION to A Visible, interconnected, metacognitive approach for creating evidence of one’s learning visible meta- cognitive inter- connected
  3. SILVIA ROSENTHAL TOLISANO globallyconnectedlearning.com Digital Portfoliosin the 21st Century
  4. SILVIAROSENTHALTOLISANO @LA NGWITCHES globallyconnectedlearning.com
  5. Who Owns the Learning?
  6. Who Owns the Learning? your
  7. Our World“It” is not changing back
  8. The “Leave it to Beaver” Days are Gone...
  9. FuTUrE gENeRAtIOnS Relationship wILl NeVEr uNDeRStANd ThE
  10. Walking in Shoes our ?
  11. before Birth Digital Footprint
  12. Swiping Generation Swiping Generation
  13. In- BetweenGeneration Their World & School Life is
  14. Stephen Duncombe We live in a world where people can Bookstalk backto their “ “
  15. Images licensed under Creative Commons Music Store http://www.flickr.com/photos/tynandebold/5942063630/ Telephone- http://www.flickr.com/photos/ajalfaro/3295254051/ Map- http://www.flickr.com/photos/skidder/58247583/ Blockbuster- http://www.flickr.com/photos/fanofretail/8686859875/ Yellow Pages- http://www.flickr.com/photos/thomashawk/5217799638/ Encyclopedia- http://www.flickr.com/photos/m4rco_/9418892436/ WHAT WILL OUR GRANDCHILDREN NOT KNOW?
  16. AreTraditionalNotions for a 21st Century ofLiteracy sufficient Education? Modern
  17. Learning Who owns the ?
  18. , Eric Shinseki even less Irrelevance you are going to like If you don’t like Change http://www.flickr.com/photos/practicalowl/6229907202/
  19. OstrichPolitics Vogel-Strauß- Politik
  20. Culture
  21. Culture Individuals Networks
  22. Culture Standardized Personalized
  23. Culture Privacy Reputation Economy
  24. Culture Data Patterns
  25. Culture Linear Multiple
  26. Culture
  27. Culture Closed Connected Collaborative Open
  28. Culture Participatory
  29. Sharing Culture of
  30. IS is not in addition to the work and sharing online specifically, of being an educator. theWork Sharing It .Ewan Mcintosh
  31. I think… I see… I wonder…todaysmeet.com/nowliteracies
  32. Now SilviaRosenthalTolisano@langwitches LiteraciesDesigning
  33. Digital Media GlobalLiteracy LiteracyLiteracy
  34. Literacy Digital Media GlobalLiteracy Literacy
  35. Literacy Digital Information Network Citizenship Literacy Literacy Digital
  36. Literacy Digital InformationLiteracy
  37. “The World only how you learned it)”. withwhatyou CAN DO KNOW Thomas Friedman caresaboutwhat you (and it doesn’t care SilviaRosenthalTolisano-@langwitches
  38. Googleable http://edu.blogs.com/edublogs/2012/06/googleable-or-not-googleable.html
  39. & Curate Building Knowledge Collaborate Content
  40. True? False? INFORMATION ACCESS BUT SKILLS to CLASSIFY INFORMATION news? ad? NOT JUST to
  41. Literacy Digital NetworkLiteracy
  42. SilviaRosenthalTolisano@langwitches Eric HellwegHarvard Business Review: Network Technology Network Identity Network Intelligence Network Capability Network Literacy
  43. https://www.flickr.com/photos/vincealongi/2076533397/ https://www.flickr.com/photos/trustypics/5976029872 ttps://www.flickr.com/photos/84346589@N00/4247199934/ GlobalCitizen.org
  44. 365 Photos
  45. CSI- Twitter
  46. Network Possibilities
  47. Transmedia Storytelling
  48. Literacy Digital Citizenship Digital
  49. Staying Safe
  50. Privacy?
  51. Digital Footprint
  52. rightCopywrong
  53. ommunication
  54. Selfies
  55. Extend Connect ChallengeVisible Thinking Routine by Project Zero SilviaRosenthalTolisano-@langwitches
  56. Literacy Digital Media GlobalLiteracy Literacy
  57. DOCUMENTLEARNING SilviaRosenthalTolisano@langwitches
  58. Dear Dear Photograph, My grandpa doesn’t recognize me anymore, but he still smiles every time I show him this picture. I hope that deep inside he remembers how much I loved hanging out with him.. Love, Laura Photograph
  59. Literacy Digital Media GlobalLiteracy Literacy
  60. Literacy Global isnotachievedwith sporadicprojects
  61. Don’t just talk the world, about collaborate and learn withthe world! consult, speak, Inspired by Vicky Davis, Julie Lindsay and my Global Network.
  62. Mindset Global Pedagogy is not about a skill set, but aabout
  63. Pedagogystrategies,approaches
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  64. Projects Global Skype in the Classroom Mystery Skype Read Around the World
  65. Mindset Global Regularly Bring in Outside Experts Use Google Maps & Earth Consistently Collaborative Reading & 
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  66. Scenario Imagination Tweak Share
  67. Co-Teaching Across Oceans
  68. Social Reading
  69. Blogging-Quadblogging
  70. 7 Billion Others
  71. to connect reasoning What would be your NOT students? your
  72. INTRO DOCUMENTATION to A Visible, interconnected, metacognitive approach for creating evidence of one’s learning visible meta- cognitive inter- connected
  73. INFORMATION LiteracyThe ability to identify, locate, filter, evaluate, analyze, tag, categorize, re-mix, create new types of information and and effectively use information for an issue or problem at hand. Silvia Rosenthal Tolisano @langwitches- www.globallyconnectedlearning.com BASIC Literacy being able to read & write many types of text. GLOBAL Literacy "the knowledge, skills, and dispositions to understand and act creatively and innovatively on issues of global significance". the ability to understand & create visual messages. MEDIA L i ter ac y informed, critical understanding & creation of media NETWORK Literacy VISUAL Lit erac y DIGITAL CiTIZENSHIP “The quality of habits, actions, and consumption patterns that impact the ecology of digital content and communities.” The capabilities to obtain a basic understanding of network technology, being able to craft one's own network identity, understand network intelligence and understand network capabilities. Terry Heick Eric Hellweg EdSteps Project Documenting Learning What is the relationship Literacies between &
  74. Silvia Rosenthal Tolisano @langwitches- www.globallyconnectedlearning.com NETWORK Literacy The capabilities to obtain a basic understanding of network technology, being able to craft one's own network identity, understand network intelligence and understand network capabilities. Eric Hellweg technology Network identity Network intelligence Network capabilities Network What networking platforms make the most sense to use? Participating in which communities will we most likely receive input, feedback, push- back, collaboration, curated resources or whatever connections we are in need of? Documenting Learning What is the relationship NETWORKLITERACY between & We are constantly making decisions about what to share and whom to share it with. Our network identity is the one that attracts specific types of followers as we grow our networks to have access to an authentic audience that can provide amplified learning opportunities. Leverage the capacity of the network to paint the bigger picture of what learning is, how it looks like from different perspectives, with amplified expertise and pool of examples of successes and failures at our disposal. Use the capabilities of networks to broaden our horizons and support our learning objectives and goals. Surround ourselves with the "right" people, who can appreciate our documentation work in terms of research value, pedagogical value and resources
  75. MEDIA LiteracIES VISUAL &
  76. “The quality of habits, actions, and consumption patterns that impact the ecology of digital content and communities.” DIGITAL CiTIZENSHIP Terry Heick SilviaRosenthalTolisano@langwitches-www.globallyconnectedlearning.com Privacy what other learners are doing around thew world Silvia Rosenthal Tolisano @langwitches- www.globallyconnectedlearning.com Responsible Participate Engage Voice Create Respect Copyright NetworkExplore with others to amplify your learning via documentation Connect & Observe Respect your own and other people's other people's point of view or other learners' current moment in time and learning process your own documentation by making your thinking and learning visible. Be honest, let your documentation reflect your authentic voice. an audience larger than yourself in digital world community online behavior Documenting Learning What is the relationship DigitalCitizenship between &
  77. Silvia Rosenthal Tolisano @langwitches- www.globallyconnectedlearning.com GLOBAL Literacy "the knowledge, skills, and dispositions to understand and act creatively and innovatively on issues of global significance". EdSteps Project identify & be aware of knowledge around the world that might be different than your own context interprete analyze & synthesize use create communicate worldwide audience multicultural Documenting GlobalLiteracy Learning How does support new knowledge new knowledge new knowledge new knowledge share new knowledge new knowledge Using the written word, multimedia, and communication technologies with a Understanding the the world is
  78. INFORMATION LiteracyThe ability to identify, locate, search filter, evaluate, analyze, tag, categorize, re-mix, create new types of information and and effectively use information for an issue or problem at hand. Silvia Rosenthal Tolisano @langwitches- www.globallyconnectedlearning.com create information choose useful information tag/categorize/ hashtaginformation manage information connect information make sense information curate information disseminate information information enable accessto
  79. Documentary
  80. Diary
  81. Journaling
  82. Observations
  83. growth
  84. webucation
  85. Day-to-Day
  86. WHY DOCUMENTING?through history winners legacy preservationpreservationperspective
  87. WHY DOCUMENTING? do YOU
  88. WHY DOCUMENTING ?LEARNING m etacognition awareness beyond display perspectiveguided reflection assessment feedback global connections curation articulation & visible thinking over time process every day & unplanned experiences
  89. Heutagogical DOCUMENTATION Pedagogical& Avisible interconnected metacognitiveapproach , , of one’s learning for creating EVIDENCE
  90. OF DOCUMENTATION AS FOR LEARNINGMake the “Do” Visible Make the “Thinking” Visible Make the “Learning Visible” LEARNING LEARNING Snapshot artifacts Display Self & others CURATION explanation, Interpreation of artifacts Curation decision making for capturing & Explaining
  91. OF DOCUMENTATION LEARNINGMake the “Do” Visible Elena is learning How to Swim
  92. DOCUMENTATION FORMake the “Thinking” Visible LEARNING
  93. DOCUMENTATION FORMake the “Thinking” Visible LEARNING
  94. DOCUMENTATION ASMake the “Learning Visible” LEARNING Skills confidence growth
  95. DOCUMENTATION Pedagogical & Heutagogical ofLearning why why why why forLearning asLearning Product Interpretation Process How are we learning? Where do we go from here? What did we do? Observable Reflective Meta- Cognitive Summative Assessment Formative Assessment Summative & Formative Assessment
  96. DOCUMENTATION Layersof Student Primary Learner Teacher Primary Learner Institutional Memory Student Learning Student Learning Teacher Learning Best Practice Teaching/Learning
  97. How do we ensure that we are not looking at FLASHYBUSYWORK but we ar engaging in online examples of visible student and educator learning , ? Donna Miller Fry- Where’s the Beef? “ ”
  98. What distinguishes DISPLAY from DOCUMENTATION ?
  99. #documenting4learningblue
  100. documentation look capture reflect share workflow amplify
  101. TOOLS images blog video audio sketchnotes screencast/ screenshots How? backchannel
  102. blog WordPress Blogger http://www.wordpress.org http://www.blogger.com
  103. annotated images WordSwag Typorama PicCollageHalftone ComicLife Paper notability
  104. video iMovie moviemaker PC mac iOS Vine Periscope snapchat
  105. sketchnotes Paper AdobeDraw Procreate
  106. audio GarageBand audacity audiomemo
  107. screencast/ screenshots Explain Everything Screenflow JingQuicktime Camstudio PC Mac iOS
  108. backchannel today’sMeet Twitter GoogleDocs
  109. SILVIA ROSENTHAL TOLISANO globallyconnectedlearning.com Digital Portfoliosin the 21st Century
  110. DEFINITIONDigital Portfolios Digital Collection of articulated experiences, achievements and learning. Evidence of a set of skills, applied knowledge, reflections and connections
  111. LITERACY HEUTAGOGY DOCUMENTING METACOGNITION DIFFERENTIATION INQUIRY BASED REFLECTION ASSESSMENT ACCESSIBILITY PROJECT BASED STUDENT LED CONFERENCES DIGITAL IDENTITY LEARNING LEARNING DIGITALPORTFOLIOS the glue that holds it all together SilviaRosenthalTolisano-www.globallyconnectedlearning.com-@langwitches
  112. MyStoryofLearning
  113. John Sumpenhorst THE REFRIGERATOR AT HOME CAN NO LONGER BE THE ONLY PLACE WE SHOWCASE STUDENT WORK. CONNECT, SHARE AND GIVE YOUR STUDENTS A REAL AUDIENCE! “ ”
  114. http://anne.teachesme.com/2007/01/17/rationale-for-educational-blogging/ Ann Davis digital spaces” “ transferring It is notJust a Matter of classroom writing into http://www.flickr.com/photos/axeldeviaje/312166488/
  115. Creators We are
  116. Knowledge A transcript shows Letters & Numbers Achievement &
  117. Stephen Downes INCREASINGLY IN THE FUTURE, STUDENTS WILL BE RESPONSIBLE FOR MANAGING THEIR OWN ONLINE LEARNING RECORDS AND CREATIVE PRODUCTS […] THEY WILL NEED TO MANAGE THESE RESOURCES, INDEX THEM, AND ENABLE ACCESS TO THEM “ ”
  118. Blogfolios
  119. Austin Kleon IT SOUNDS A LITTLE EXTREME, BUT IN THIS DAY AND AGE, IF YOUR WORK ISN’T ONLINE, IT DOESN’T EXIST! “ ”
  120. GINconference
  121. CRAZY The Ones who are enough to THINK they can change the world, are the ones who DOZach Bonner Steve Jobs
  122. image by Darren Kuropatwa
  123. Write Audience for an ?
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  125. http://gr326873.blogspot.com.br/2013/12/science-lab-3-wrap-up.html
  126. http://psolarz.weebly.com/150/post/2013/10/how-was-the-universe-created-by-ethan-k.html
  127. http://pegraded.blogspot.com/2013/10/so-wheres-home-what-is-third-culture.html Image by Claire Arcenas Analog, not just Digital
  128. 10 th Grade: PE http://pegraded.blogspot.com.br/2014/01/fitness-for-lifeso-what-about- it.html
  129. http://peterpappas.blogs.com/copy_paste/2010/01/taxonomy-reflection-critical-thinking-students-teachers-principals-.html Bloom’s Developed by Peter Pappas Taxonomy
  130. Evidence of Learning
  131. Reflection Video
  132. CommentingRoutine
  133. Reflection Blog Comment
  134. Reflection/Patterns
  135. Thinglink/Infographics http://gr328749.blogspot.com.br/2013/11/landforms.html
  136. Reflection:Mindmapping
  137. Reflection: Twitter
  138. Documentation Routine
  139. Research & Information
  140. Reading, responding, assessing and monitoring’ progress on Student Blogs requires PEDAGOGICAL COMMITMENT!
  141. 164 Wall Blogging?
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  148. SILVIA ROSENTHAL TOLISANO globallyconnectedlearning.com CONTACT SILVIA facebook.com/globallyconnected 
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