New Media Literacies <ul><li>for the 21st Century  </li></ul>A Conversation between teacher/student mother/daughter
Sharon Peters - teacher, ped. consultant, mother of 3 teenagers Meg Peters - Gr. 10 student, Lower Canada College, daughte...
Some Questions to Examine in Our Conversation How do we include multiple literacies in our learning  processes? What are t...
 
Why do we need to understand the importance of  multiple literacies?
“Understand the word,  understand the world” understand the world”
I conjecture that by 2018, a student will routinely be judged not only by her ability to write a 5-paragraph essay but her...
 
How do we include multiple literacies in our learning  processes?
 
Rationale - need for reflection Taken from Québec Education Program
Taken from Québec Education Program
 
 
Rationale : LITERACY FOR THE 21ST CENTURY Literacy, simply put, is about meaning-making Quote taken from the Québec   Educ...
To be literate, we must make meaning from all the information that is  available to us - multi-modal information audio gra...
 
The need to include “visual grammar” into our frameworks of literacy
 
These tools offer  affordances for students to making meaning
 
What are the learning activities and situations that will reflect the development of competencies of multiple literacies?
Meg’s Journey as a digital learner
Meg Meg Meg Meg <ul><li>Fictionpress -  Simply Meg </li></ul><ul><li>ICT in Education -  Music on the Internet </li></ul><...
 
 
Grace <ul><li>iLike.... </li></ul>... on the  topic of  backchanne ling Matthew
Nat <ul><li>Runescape </li></ul><ul><li>YouTube for music videos </li></ul>
(Tapscott) Whereas previous generations value  loyalty, seniority, security and authority,  t he NetGen’s norms reflect a ...
Shared online learning spaces provide opportunities for students to &quot;be human together&quot;  (Siemens)
Têtes à Claques
It’s all about AUDIENCE Moist Continental LCC Blogs
&quot;From all of the work that we have done with other students, I have learned how to look over other people's work and ...
Outcomes: Skills Built <ul><li>Multiliteracies </li></ul><ul><li>Self-Regulation/Metacognition </li></ul><ul><li>Communica...
How do we go about best evaluating these  competencies?
Research <ul><li>Self-Regulated Learning / Metacognition  (Ley & Young, 2001, Hadwin & Winne, 1996, Boekaerts, 2000) </li>...
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  1. 1. New Media Literacies <ul><li>for the 21st Century </li></ul>A Conversation between teacher/student mother/daughter
  2. 2. Sharon Peters - teacher, ped. consultant, mother of 3 teenagers Meg Peters - Gr. 10 student, Lower Canada College, daughter, sister, 308 friends on FB
  3. 3. Some Questions to Examine in Our Conversation How do we include multiple literacies in our learning processes? What are the learning activities and situations that will reflect the development of competencies of multiple literacies? Why do we need to understand the importance of multiple literacies? How do we go about best evaluating these competencies?
  4. 5. Why do we need to understand the importance of multiple literacies?
  5. 6. “Understand the word, understand the world” understand the world”
  6. 7. I conjecture that by 2018, a student will routinely be judged not only by her ability to write a 5-paragraph essay but her ability to represent her ideas via a 5 minute podcast, 2 minute movie, and level in an educational game.
  7. 9. How do we include multiple literacies in our learning processes?
  8. 11. Rationale - need for reflection Taken from Québec Education Program
  9. 12. Taken from Québec Education Program
  10. 15. Rationale : LITERACY FOR THE 21ST CENTURY Literacy, simply put, is about meaning-making Quote taken from the Québec Education Program
  11. 16. To be literate, we must make meaning from all the information that is available to us - multi-modal information audio graphical visual tactile symbolic/representational
  12. 18. The need to include “visual grammar” into our frameworks of literacy
  13. 20. These tools offer affordances for students to making meaning
  14. 22. What are the learning activities and situations that will reflect the development of competencies of multiple literacies?
  15. 23. Meg’s Journey as a digital learner
  16. 24. Meg Meg Meg Meg <ul><li>Fictionpress - Simply Meg </li></ul><ul><li>ICT in Education - Music on the Internet </li></ul><ul><li>A Real Teen Talks about Blogging and Social Spaces </li></ul><ul><li>Facebook </li></ul>
  17. 27. Grace <ul><li>iLike.... </li></ul>... on the topic of backchanne ling Matthew
  18. 28. Nat <ul><li>Runescape </li></ul><ul><li>YouTube for music videos </li></ul>
  19. 29. (Tapscott) Whereas previous generations value loyalty, seniority, security and authority, t he NetGen’s norms reflect a desire for creativity, social connectivity, fun, freedom, speed, and diversity in their workplaces.
  20. 30. Shared online learning spaces provide opportunities for students to &quot;be human together&quot; (Siemens)
  21. 31. Têtes à Claques
  22. 32. It’s all about AUDIENCE Moist Continental LCC Blogs
  23. 33. &quot;From all of the work that we have done with other students, I have learned how to look over other people's work and let them edit my own.”
  24. 34. Outcomes: Skills Built <ul><li>Multiliteracies </li></ul><ul><li>Self-Regulation/Metacognition </li></ul><ul><li>Communication Styles </li></ul><ul><li>Critical Thinking / Reflection </li></ul><ul><li>Synthesis and Summary </li></ul><ul><li>Info Literacy, Validation, Filtering </li></ul><ul><li>Negotiation and Collaboration </li></ul>
  25. 35. How do we go about best evaluating these competencies?
  26. 36. Research <ul><li>Self-Regulated Learning / Metacognition (Ley & Young, 2001, Hadwin & Winne, 1996, Boekaerts, 2000) </li></ul><ul><li>Collaborative knowledge construction environments (Jonassen 1995, Scardamalia & Bereiter, 1994) - computers no longer support ONLY individualized instruction </li></ul><ul><li>Improvement in motivation, learning and problem-solving behaviour (Hoyles, Healy and Pozzi, 1994) </li></ul>

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