Teaching Digital Literacy - NYSCATE 2014

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This is a presentation by Tony Tepedino and Judy Van Alstyne for NYSCATE 2014 entitled Teaching Digital Literacy. Links were added for the resrouces we have shared.

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  • 1. TEACHING DIGITALLITERACYTony Tepedino and Judy Van AlstyneNYSCATE 2014Backchannel for our sessionhttps://todaysmeet.com/diglit

2. WHAT IS DIGITALLITERACY? 3. STUDENT RESPONSESHow to do cool things on computers. - Alyssa 9th gradeHaving the knowledge and skills to be able to safely and effectively usetechnology for research, fun, and learning. - Andrew 10th gradeI feel that digital literacy is understanding the dos and don'ts of socialmedia. - Catherine 9th gradeI define digital literacy as how to learn to use your skills. It is related tobehavior, knowledge and attitude. - Kim 12th grade 4. 4 YEARSAGOCC - Collin Knopp-Schwyn 5. APRIL 3, 2010 6. THE SHIFT 7. STUDENT CODE OF CONDUCT 8. 21ST CENTURY SKILLS 9. WHERE WE LOOKEDISTE - StandardsEmpire State Information Fluency Continuum(NYC School Library System)21st Century Learning Educational Technology Standard(Catalina Foothills School District, Tucson, Arizona) 10. DIGITAL AND INFORMATION FLUENCY CONTINUUMKindergarten4th Grade8th Grade 11. DIGITAL LITERACY 6 12. THE CASE PROJECT & IPAD SETUP 13. TUTORIAL PROJECT 14. UNIVERSITY OF ROCHESTERDr. Jayne LammersAssistant Professor, Teaching & CurriculumDirector, English Education Teacher PreparationCC Yassie 15. DR. DONALD J. LEUNew Literacies Research Lab - University of ConnecticutLeu, D.J., Forzani, E., & Kennedy, C. (2013). Providing classroom leadership in new literacies:Preparing students for their future. In Shelley B. Wepner, Dorothy S. Strickland, and Diana Quatroche, Editors. TheAdministration and Supervision of Reading Programs, 5th edition. (pp. 200-213). New York: Teachers College Press.The Brainwaves - A Video Anthology (the brightest minds in education)ORCA - Online Reading Comprehension Assessments 16. LIVE RESEARCH EXAMPLEWhat questions would you ask your students that may have multiple answers?CC Yuno-yuno 17. IRTInternet Reciprocal TeachingReading to:1. Identify important questions2. Locate information3. Evaluate information critically4. Synthesize information5. Communicate information 18. NEXT UP:Art & music Research ProjectCC Banksy 19. GRRGradual Release of ResponsibilityFocus LessonsGuided InstructionCollaborative LearningIndependent LearningGradual Release of Responsibility model by Fisher & FreyLapp, D., B. Moss, and J. Rowsell. (2012).Envisioning New Literacies Through a Lens of Teaching and Learning. The Reading Teacher, 65(6), 367-377. doi:10.1002/TRTR.01055 20. WHATS NEXT?CC Phillip Wilke 21. THANK YOU!

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