Engaging Kids In Research With Web 2.0 Tools

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PPT of OELMA 2009 workshop

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1. Engaging Kids in Research with Web 2.0 Tools Connie Champlin cjchamp@mac.com OELMA 2009PPT at Slideshare 2. The Landscape of SuccessfulStudent Learning21st Century Learning Skills Engaging Web 2.0 Tools A Savvy Research Process 3. 21st Century LearnerInquiry Build backgroundAsk questionsIdentify resources, locate and gather qualityinformationEffectively use informationCreate products, share, and apply findingsReflect on (evaluate) content and processSynthesis of main 21st century skills documents documents 4. 21st Century Learner Personal Habits Reflection Responsibility EmpathyOpenness Independence Risk taking Work Leadership Fairness and respect Sound thinking Ethics Inquisitiveness Confidence Attitude FlexibilityInitiative Synthesis of main 21st century skills documents documents 5. Standards for 21st Century Learners AASL, 2007 Inquire Inquire, think critically, and gain knowledge Create Draw conclusions, make informed decisions apply knowledge to new situations, and create new knowledge Share Share knowledge and participate ethically and productively as members of our democratic society Grow Pursue personal and aesthetic growth 6. and the threads that run through them SkillsKey abilities needed for understanding, learning,thinking, and mastering subjects Dispositions in ActionOngoing beliefs and attitudes that guide thinkingand intellectual behavior that can be measuredthrough actions taken ResponsibilitiesCommon behaviors used by independent learners inresearching, investigating, and problem solving Self-Assessment StrategiesReflections on ones own learning to determine thatthe skills, dispositions, and responsibilities areeffective http://www.ala.org/aasl 7. are learned through active engagementWeb 2.0 technologies todays students stuff! Collaborative interaction with teachers and each other Inquiry-based learning guided by a quality research process 8. Web 2.0 ToolsJot down, one to a post-it, web 2.0 toolsyou use.Which ones do you use in instruction ofstudents? Which of these are collaborative innature? 9. Research Process Models Which research model did your schooladopt? Handy 5, Big 6, Savvy 7? Is it used outside of the library setting? How do you assess students researchprocess skills? 10. Painless Guide to Research Using Web 2.0 ToolsBrings together. . .21st Century Learner learning skills & personal habits woven throughThe Research ProcessUsing features of Web 2.0 tools that have collaborative features. 11. The Research Process (Savvy 7)Each step is introduced and explained Each step features a Web 2.0 tool With a Get Started tutorial Each research step includes assessmenttools and rubrics For student, teacher and/or librarian use Linked to 21st Century Learner skills &habits 12. In Addition. . . The Painless Guide provides descriptions and weblinks to many other research models and Web 2.0 resources including: FLIP IT Yucht www.aliceinfo.org/flipit INFOhio DIALOGUEhttp://www.infohio.org/id/dialogue.html Research Cycle McKenziehttp://questioning.org/rcycle.html 13. Lets take a look. . . Step 1: What is the Question? Webnote www.aypwip.org/webnote Step 2: What Resources Should I Use? Gliffy www.gliffy.com Step 3: How Do I Find the Information? iGoogle www.google.com/ig Step 4: How Do I Gather the Information? Del.icio.us www.delicious.com Step 5: Which Information Do I Use? Zoho Wiki www.wiki.zoho.com Step 6: How Do I Share What I Learned? Voxopop www.voxopop.com Step 7: How Do I Evaluate My Work? Survey Monkey www.surveymonkey.com 14. Step 1: What is the Question? Webnote www.aypwip.org/webnote 21st Century Skills: Build background, ask questions Personal Habits: Inquisitiveness 15. Step 1: What is the Question? Webnote www.aypwip.org/webnote BRAINSTORMING 16. Great for KWL or Step 1: What is the Question?Know, Need to Webnote www.aypwip.org/webnote Know charts NOTETAKING 17. Step 1: What is the Question?Webnote www.aypwip.org/webnote Add a note Change its color 18. At every step, use a process assessmentStudent self-assessment 19. At every step, use a process assessment Teacher/Librarian led group assessment of theWeb 2.0 Tool. For example, prompts mightinclude: How did we use the Webnote tool? Did it help us develop a good question? Why do we think so or not? Is there a better way to use this tool? Is there another tool that might work better? 20. At every step, use a process assessmentTeacher Assessment of Student Performance 21. At every step, use a process assessmentTeacher Assessment of Student Skills 22. Step 2: What Resources ShouldI Use? Gliffy www.gliffy.com 21st Century Skills: Find resources Personal Habits: Openness, inquisitiveness 23. Step 2: What Resources Should I Use? Gliffy www.gliffy.com 24. A free, online Step 2: What Resources Should I Use? graphic organizer Gliffy www.gliffy.com 25. Step 2: What Resources Should I Use? Gliffy www.gliffy.com Organize thoughts, take notes, add links. 26. Step 2: What Resources Should I Use? Gliffy www.gliffy.com Choose shapes, clip art or search for images. 27. Step 3: How Do I Find theInformation? iGoogle www.google.com/ig21st Century Skills: Identify resources,locate, and gather quality informationPersonal Habits: Initiative 28. Step 3: How Do I Find the Information? igoogle www.google.com/igCreate a personalor teaminformation portal. 29. Step 3: How Do I Find the Information? iGoogle www.google.com/igChoose a theme, thenChoose a theme, add stuffthen add stuff 30. Step 3: How Do I Find the Information?iGoogle www.google.com/igCustomize pageAdd pagesAddgadgets 31. Step 3: How Do I Find the Information? iGoogle www.google.com/igEasily move ordelete gadgetsfrom your page. 32. Step 4: How Do I Gather the Information? Delicious www.delicious.com21st Century Skills: Identify resources,locate, and gather quality informationPersonal Habits: Work 33. Step 4: How Do I Gather the Information? Delicious www.delicious.comCapture andorganizebookmarks toresources. 34. Step 4: How Do I Gather the Information? Delicious www.delicious.com Add a new bookmark. . . Type or paste URL 35. Step 4: How Do I Gather the Information? Delicious www.delicious.comAdd adescriptionAdd tags(keywords)Share linkwith others 36. Step 5: Which Information DoI Use? Zoho Wiki www.wiki.zoho.com21st Century Skills: Effective use ofinformationPersonal Habits: Ethics 37. Step 5: Which Information Do I Use? Zoho Wiki www.wiki.zoho.com 2 wikis are free 38. Step 5: Which Information Do I Use?Zoho Wiki www.wiki.zoho.comAdd narratives, tables, & images 39. Step 5: Which Information Do I Use? Zoho Wiki www.wiki.zoho.com Keep private or open to the world Newpage NavigateChoose a color schemeor theme for your wiki History 40. Step 5: Which Information Do I Use?Zoho Wiki www.wiki.zoho.comNewpageNavigate Add/Edit Addinformation informationHistory 41. Step 5: Which Information Do I Use?Zoho Wiki www.wiki.zoho.com A dashboardprovides asummary ofNewpageactivity and linksNavigateAddinformationHistory 42. Step 6: How Do I Share What I Learned? Voxopop www.voxopop.com 21st Century Skills: Create products, shareand apply findingsPersonal Habits: Confidence 43. Step 6: How Do I Share What I Learned? Voxopop www.voxopop.com 44. Step 6: How Do I Share What I Learned? Voxopop www.voxopop.comIntroduce the projector assignment. 45. Step 6: How Do I Share What I Learned ? Voxopop www.voxopop.com Threads of audio discussions are automatically labeled by author and length.Play all or one ata timetime. Add your ownvoice to thisdiscussion. 46. Step 6: How Do I Share What I Learned? Voxopop www.voxopop.com A really simpleinterface to createaudio podcasts. 47. Step 7: How Do I Evaluate MyWork? Survey Monkey www.surveymonkey.com 21st Century Skills: Reflect on (Evaluate)content and processPersonal Habits: Responsibility 48. Step 7: How Do I Evaluate My Work? Survey Monkey www.surveymonkey.com From creation toresults analysis,online surveyssave time! 49. Step 7: How Do I Evaluate My Work? Survey Monkey www.surveymonkey.com Choose from avariety ofquestion types 50. Step 7: How Do I Evaluate My Work? Survey Monkey www.surveymonkey.com 51. Buy the Book as a Reference Book available throughLMCSource.com BoothPPT at