Literacy In The Humanities

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  • Insert brave new world video here - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gyPQ4Qr8xks
  • Animate our 6 lieracies coming in – this one is me
  • Animate our 6 lieracies coming in – this one is me
  • American Library Association: To be information literate, a person must be able to recognize when information is needed and have the ability to locate, evaluate, and use effectively the needed information. The information literate individuals are those who have learned how to learn. Abundance: Web is growing at a rate of a few billion new web pages per dayRelevance: Teach students where and how to searchReliability: We live in a post-Gutenberg economyRichness: Simple problems with “Google-able” answers not enough; need rich, complex questionsMiddle School Uses the Big 6 for a research framework
  • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pEHcGAsnBZENCREL: Visual Literacy is the ability to interpret, use, appreciate, and create images and video using both conventional and 21st century media in ways that advance thinking, decision-making, communication, and learning.http://www.visual-literacy.org/periodic_table/periodic_table.html
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  • Dcpartnership.wikispaces.comStudent Learning and Academic Performance1. Digital Access: full electronic participation in society2. Digital Literacy: the process of teaching and learning about technology and the use of technology3. Digital Communication: electronic exchange of informationSchool Environment and Student Behavior4. Digital Security & Safety: electronic precautions to guarantee safety/physical well-being in a digital technology world5. Digital Etiquette: electronic standards of conduct or procedure6. Digital Rights and Responsibilities: those freedoms extended to everyone in a digital worldStudent Life Outside the School Environment7. Digital Commerce: electronic buying and selling of goods8. Digital Health and Wellness: physical and psychological well-being9. Digital Law: rights and restrictions
  • Animate our 6 lieracies coming in – this one is me
  • Put in a chat room to discuss
  • RSS with Feedbeater.com to followAllows images, audio, video to be insertedShared with teacher or with groups
  • Wiki books, wiki labs,
  • Click on geography – discussion tab – venue for fromative assessment.feedbackHistory- accountabilty
  • http://wiki.micds.org/wiki/Sellers:Advanced_Chemistry/C-DiGasbarro-Finn
  • Class blog vs. student blog.. Place to writePlace to embed widgetsRSS feeds
  • Popular examples include essays about “My Life”, “My School,” “My Country”, etc.Exampe: Life Round Here project: http://chriscraft.pbworks.com/
  • Source of imageshttp://eduwithtechn.wordpress.com/2007/09/16/restaurant-pictures-from-flickr-for-spanish-and-other-language-conversations/http://www.flickr.com/groups/learning_italian/discuss/72157613234572515/http://www.flickr.com/groups/learning_italian/http://www.flickr.com/groups/word_time/
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  • MICDS WHII, Facebook, PROFEssional Development Networks classroom 2.0 Global Collaboration…
  • Elizabeth and PatFor professional development resourcesFor delivering content to students
  • Create an accountCreate a channelRecord an episode/upload a file--If doing VoIP, use Gizmo5 (show settings in FAQ)Can subscribe in iTunes or RSSCan also browse for existing content/channels
  • Create an accountCreate a channelRecord an episode/upload a file--If doing VoIP, use Gizmo5 (show settings in FAQ)Can subscribe in iTunes or RSSCan also browse for existing content/channels
  • Creating podcastsA podcast is a collection of audio or video tracks or clips (episodes). You first create a podcast to hold your episodes, then you create your episodes inside it.To create a podcast:1 Open Web Publishing.2 Open the folder in which you want your podcast, if necessary.3 Click New Web Page.4 Select Podcast.5 Open the podcast.6 Click View in Browser to see the default appearance of your podcast.7 Change the appearance, if desired.Click Appearance, then select the template you want your podcast to use. You can view your choice by clicking View in Browser.8 Change the default podcast name, if desired.Open the podcast's properties to do this.
  • Youtube, Viddler, astehttp://video.asterpix.comrpix - elizabeth
  • Don’t confuse Glogster with Glogster.edu acctsEDU is private, no email required, and teacher has access to all accountsGlogs can contain images, audio, text, and video (School Tube)Content can be uploaded or “Grabbed”
  • Short video intro to using Glogster.edu
  • Must have version 5.0 to create toursEmbedding audio requires referencing URLI have sample tours for 3rd grade and 5th grade geography
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  • Add any that you want on the next slides..these should be other than what is in ppt..blogs to read, images to use..
  • Literacy In The Humanities

    1. 1. Literacy in the Humanities Classroom A 21st Century Toolkit Presented by Elizabeth Helfant and Patrick Woessner
    2. 2. A Challenge!
    3. 3. TPCK - Technological Pedagogical Content Knowledge From- http://www.tpck.org
    4. 4. Requirements to Teach with Tech Teaching successfully with emerging technologies requires: • A spirit of experimentation • Willingness to engage learners in the creation of learning resources (co-creation of content) • Willingness to “let go” of control and content presentation approaches to teaching • Tolerance of failure From Handbook or Emerging Technologies for Learning- Siemens and Tittenberger
    5. 5. New Literacies Partnership for 21st Century Skills ISTE Nets NCREL-Metri Group
    6. 6. Basic Literacy
    7. 7. Information Literacy
    8. 8. Visual/Media Literacy
    9. 9. Intercultural Literacy
    10. 10. Digital Citizenship/Ethical Literacy
    11. 11. Network Literacy Image-lngwitches on flickr
    12. 12. New Skills or New Tools? Note taking Collaboration Research Creativity Reading Critical Thinking Paraphrasing Managing Information Writing Connecting/Networking Presenting Managing Media
    13. 13. Questions to Consider •How are our students different? How do they learn and manage information differently? •Do our students need different skills? •How has literacy changed?
    14. 14. New Skills or New Tools? Note taking Collaboration Research Creativity Reading Critical Thinking Paraphrasing Managing Writing Information Presenting Connecting/Networking Managing Media
    15. 15. RSS iGoogle Google Reader Feedbeater
    16. 16. New Skills or New Tools? Note taking Collaboration Research Creativity Reading Critical Thinking Paraphrasing Managing Information Writing Connecting/Networking Presenting Managing Media
    17. 17. OneNote Notebooks Create Original Workbooks Students can add audio Students can clip screenshots Students can share notebooks
    18. 18. New Skills or New Tools? Note taking Collaboration Research Creativity Reading Critical Thinking Paraphrasing Managing Information Writing Connecting/Networking Presenting Managing Media
    19. 19. Zoho Shared Notebook Exercise Workbook wih Audio and Video Ability to Share Also good for Research Notebook
    20. 20. Diigo and Delicious
    21. 21. New Skills or New Tools? Note taking Collaboration Research Creativity Reading Critical Thinking Paraphrasing Managing Information Writing Connecting/Networking Presenting Managing Media
    22. 22. Teaching Collaboration
    23. 23. Wiki Literature
    24. 24. WIKI BOOKS
    25. 25. WIKI LABS
    26. 26. WIKI Lesson Plans
    27. 27. New Skills or New Tools? Note taking Collaboration Research Creativity Reading Critical Thinking Paraphrasing Managing Information Writing Connecting/Networking Presenting Managing Media
    28. 28. Blogging
    29. 29. GOOGLE Writing Assignments
    30. 30. New Skills or New Tools? Note taking Collaboration Research Creativity Reading Critical Thinking Paraphrasing Managing Information Writing Connecting/Networking Presenting Managing Media
    31. 31. Google Presentations
    32. 32. Fredrick Douglass Project Use of Image and Video Ustream.tv
    33. 33. Photo Essay Photo Essays (digital storytelling) combine images, audio, and text Photostory 3 for Windows Free tool for creating essays and stories Sharing Culture Through Digital Stories Includes a unit plan with lessons
    34. 34. New Skills or New Tools? Note taking Collaboration Research Creativity Reading Critical Thinking Paraphrasing Managing Information Writing Connecting/Networking Presenting Managing Media (Visual Literacy)
    35. 35. Cell Phones and Flickr Groups
    36. 36. Postcards from the Odyssey- Microsoft Publisher VoiceThread Projects
    37. 37. New Skills or New Tools? Note taking Collaboration Research Creativity Reading Critical Thinking Paraphrasing Managing Information Writing Connecting/Networki Presenting ng Managing Media
    38. 38. InterCultural Literacy
    39. 39. Networked Literacy
    40. 40. Facebook 1800s
    41. 41. Networking for Professional Development Classroom 2.0 EnglishCompanion Global Collaborations New Media Literacies Library 2.0
    42. 42. New Skills or New Tools? Note taking Collaboration Research Creativity Reading Critical Thinking Paraphrasing Managing Information Writing Connecting/Networking Presenting Managing Media (Visual Literacy)
    43. 43. Podcasting Resource Page
    44. 44. Podcasting with Gabcast Gabcast.com is a podcasting platform that offers an easy way to create and distribute audio content. Record using your phone (.10/min), VoIP (free), or upload files (free) 200 MB with automatic RSS feeds and blog integration
    45. 45. Enhanced Podcasting trakAxPC or GarageBand
    46. 46. Podcasting with FirstClass Podcasts can be created using Audacity and FirstClass email Record the audio in Audacity and save as an .mp3 file Use the Web Publishing feature in FirstClass to create the podcast
    47. 47. Annotated Video Examples Viddler YouTube Annotations Asterpix
    48. 48. Comic Life and ArtRage
    49. 49. Glogster.edu Glogster.edu easily allows users to upload photos, videos, text, and audio to create an online, interactive poster. With an EDU account, you can create a virtual classroom for up to 200 students Only members of your classroom can view class content
    50. 50. Glogster.edu
    51. 51. MixBook
    52. 52. Google Earth Tour Google Earth 5.0 allows users to create tours with motion and audio Tours can be created with or without placemarks Placemarks can include text, images, and embedded audio
    53. 53. Ning
    54. 54. Project Based Learning •US Museum Wiki Final Project •Adv History Documentaries •Blip.tv •Global Climate Change Symposium
    55. 55. Additional Resources Visit the MICDS Summer Teacher Institute 2009 Wikispace for more information and resources

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