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Friesem new caje 2013 advaced presenatation

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Friesem new caje 2013 advaced presenatation

  1. 1. Implementing Technology in the Classroom Advanced Educator Jonathan Friesem yonty@my.uri.edu @yonty Media Education Lab
  2. 2. Media Education Lab www.mediaeducationlab.com
  3. 3. Why does Jewish values matter? Let me suggest at least a small part of the answer: Judaism matters to the whole world because it is a system for making human beings decent. For turning men into menschen. The timeless mission of the Jews is to make the world better by making people better. We do so by standing for the proposition that there is one God Who created and rules this world and Who cares profoundly about the way people act. The timeless mission of the Jews is to make the world better by making people better. Jeff Jacoby Jewish Values for a Secular World
  4. 4. Respect Peace in the home In God’s image Communal responsibility Guarding one’s use of language Love your neighbor as yourself Solidarity Jewish values http://www.schusterman.org/wp-content/uploads/7-Jewish-Values_Keshet.pdf
  5. 5. Computing and digitisation are transforming not only the conditions of work for humanists, but also the ways in which humanists think and their disciplines are configured. The digital world both enables and compels new ways of thinking. And, significantly, it is just as transformative of teaching as it is of scholarship. Indeed, the most interesting thing about the new digital humanities environment may be that the distinction between teaching and scholarship is itself being eroded. The database is fast becoming the principal site of work in the humanities. Why Technology matters? Stanley N. Katz (2005). Why technology matters: the humanities in the 21 century
  6. 6. Once, I….
  7. 7. http://tpack.org/ What is TPACK? Mishra & Koehler (2006)
  8. 8. Community Context Self Learner s PURPOSE PEDAGOGYCONTENT Standards Work Products Texts Instructional Strategies Tools TASK or ACTIVITY ASSESSMENT Media Education Lab A Model of Digital Literacy Curriculum Design
  9. 9. PEDAGOGY Standards Instructional Strategies ASSESSMENT Drafting Your Digital Literacy Plan PURPOSE Texts ToolsCONTENT TASK/ACTIVITY Self CommunityLearners Context Work Products
  10. 10. Create your own FLOWER Media Education Lab A Model of Digital Literacy Curriculum Design
  11. 11. Share in group
  12. 12. Mobile device Social networks Computer lab Video Four corners activity
  13. 13. Pedagogical Model Media Literacy for K-12 Access - Digital literacies Analyze - Media Literacy Smartphone Create - Media production Reflect - Sandwich Feedback Act - Community campaign
  14. 14. Jonathan Friesem Doctoral student, URI/RIC Ph.D. in Education program Manager, Media Education Lab Room 222, 80 Washington St. University of Rhode Island Providence, RI 02903 Lab: (401) 277-5048 Twitter: @yonty Email: yonty@my.uri.edu www.mediaeducationlab.com

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