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Title: How to Promote Digital Literacy in the Classroom Content Creation


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How to Promote Digital Literacy in the Classroom
Content Creation
  • Dr. Howie DiBlasi
  • Emerging Technologies Evangelist
  • Digital Journey
  • howie_at_frontier.net
  • www.drhowie.com
  • Simple K-12 Presentation 2015

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  • My Goal Today
  • Provide
  • The WHY
  • The What
  • and then
  • The HOW

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In order for students to be college and career
ready, it's important that we help to promote
their digital literacy skills
  • A brief recap of what digital literacy skills are
  • How you can promote these skills in the
    classroom.
  • An explanation of various content creation
    strategies.
  • Resources for integrating digital literacy
    skills into your curriculum.
  • How you can adapt these skills into existing
    structures

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Competencies for digital literacy can be
classified according to three main principles
  • Use.
  • Understand.
  • Create.

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Use represents the technical fluency
  • needed to engage with computers and the Internet.

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Understand is a critical piece Essential skills
that we need to start teaching our kids as soon
as they go online.
  • so they can make informed decisions about what
    they do and encounter online.

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Use Understand Create
  • The ability to create using digital media
    provided opportunities for students to be active
    contributors to digital society.
  • Creation whether through,video, audio,
    storytelling, blogs, tweets, wikis, MakerSpace or
    any of the hundreds of avenues for expression and
    sharing online is at the heart of citizenship
    and innovation.

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  • My Goal Today
  • Provide
  • The WHY
  • The What
  • and then
  • The HOW

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The Multi-Literacies of the Digital Age
  • 1. Technology literacy
  • 2. Information literacy
  • 3. Media literacy
  • 4. Visual literacy
  • 5. Communication literacy
  • 6. Social literacy

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In order for students to be college and career
ready, it's important that we help to promote
their digital literacy skills
  • How you can promote these skills in the
    classroom.
  • An explanation of various content creation
    strategies.
  • Resources for integrating digital literacy
    skills into your curriculum.
  • How you can adapt these skills into existing
    structures and discuss ways of integrating them
    into your current pedagogical framework.

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Hacking Education 10 Quick Fixes for Every
School (Hack Learning Series) Kindle Edition by
Mark Barnes (Author), Jennifer Gonzalez (Author)
Print List Price 19.95 Kindle Price 9.97
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Melissa Pilakowski Google Certified Educator.
  • This book goes beyond the classroom teacher to
    everyone on faculty.
  •  Its a fabulous book for administrators Id be
    latching on to several of these hacks to make
    school more efficient and effective.

http//technologypursuit.edublogs.org/2015/07/25/h
acking-education-10-hacks-for-your-school/
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My favorite hack, you ask?
  • The Pineapple Chart.
  • The teachers in our corner of school often talk
    about the wish to observe other teachers.  
  • How do they teach?
  • Manage classroom?
  • Use technology?
  • We all lament we never get a chance to do this,
    but have we done anything to remedy it?  Nope.
  • Thats where the pineapple chart comes in.

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Pineapple chart
  • In the teachers lounge, draw a chart on a white
    board outlining the periods of each day.
  • Teachers who are open to visitors can sign up
    along with the topic or feature of that day.
  • Other teachers are welcome to pop in for a few
    minutes or the whole period.

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The Multi-Literacies of the Digital Age
  • 1. Technology literacy
  • 2. Information literacy
  • 3. Media literacy
  • 4. Visual literacy
  • 5. Communication literacy
  • 6. Social literacy

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Content creation strategies
  • Guidelines for selecting Websites, Apps and
    Projects for Teaching and Learning.

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Content should foster the qualities of
  • Innovation
  • Creativity
  • Active participation
  • Problem solving
  • Critical thinking
  • Communication
  • Self direction
  • Collaboration
  • Teamwork
  • User friendly
  • Lifelong learning
  • Digital Age Learning Experiences
  • Model Digital Age Work and Learning
  • Explore and discover.

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20 Skills for success CORE SKILLS - employers
seek
  • Dependability
  • Reliability
  • Responsibility
  • Self-Confidence
  • Global skills
  • Managing Multiple Priorities
  • Analytical/Research Skills
  • Self-Motivated
  • Computer/Technical Literacy
  • Dedication/Tenacity
  • Lifelong learning
  • Effective Communications Skills (listening,
    verbal, written
  • Teamwork
  • Creativity/Creative Thinkers
  • Innovation and Creativity
  • Problem Solving
  • Interpersonal skills
  • Flexibility/Adaptability

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Resources for integrating digital literacy skills
into your curriculum.
  • 1. Technology literacy
  • Technology Operations and Concepts The student
    can

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The student canHow many can YOU do???
  • Respond appropriately to information presented in
    a dialog box.
  • (e.g. Replace a file dialog)
  • Create a new file.
  • Locate and open a specific file.
  • Rename a file.
  • Move a file to a different location.
  • Search for specific files.
  • Select the best device to complete a given task
    such as digital
  • cameras, scanners, and
    external storage devices.
  • Select appropriate uses for word processing
    software.
  • Select appropriate uses for spreadsheet software.
  • Select appropriate uses for web browser software.
  • Select appropriate uses for graphic organizer
    software.
  • Identify a web browser.
  • Select appropriate uses for presentation
    software.

http//st2l.flinnovates.org/indicators.aspx
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How many can YOU do???II. Constructing and
Demonstrating KnowledgeThe student can
  • Select correct printer.
  • Print a specific page range.
  • Identifies and locates the standard menu bar.
  • Use the ordered and unordered list features of a
    word processor.
  • Use the table creation feature of a word
    processor.
  • Insert a hyperlink into a document.
  • Insert an image into a document.
  • Insert an object using the drawing tools feature
    of a word processor.
  • Edit images within software using cropping-
    resizing- rotating-
  • Identify and use the address bar in a web
    browser.
  • Identify and use the bookmarks/favorites elements
    in a web browser.
  • Perform web searches that produce relevant
    results.
  • Use the advanced search features of search
    engines.
  • Evaluate Internet sites for accuracy.
  • Use email to send a message.
  • Use email to receive/open a message.
  • Use email to forward a message.
  • Use email to reply to a message.
  • Use email to add attachments to a message.

http//st2l.flinnovates.org/indicators.aspx
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III. Communication and CollaborationThe student
can
  • Create new slides within presentation software.
  • Enter content within presentation software.
  • Play a slide show within presentation software.
  • Perform basic digital video editing by removing a
    section of video.
  • Perform basic digital video editing by adding
    narration and/or music.
  • Insert an edited video clip into presentation
    software.
  • Use Save As to change the name of the working
    file.
  • Use Save As to save a file to a different
    location.
  • Change page orientation between landscape and
    portrait.
  • Create flowcharts as a learning strategy.
  • Create concept maps as a learning strategy.
  • Enter data into a spreadsheet.
  • Format data in a spreadsheet.
  • Delete data in a spreadsheet.
  • Use help functions within an application for
    assistance.
  • Use spreadsheets to compute basic formulas.
  • Use spreadsheets to create a graph.
  • Import and export data. (E.g. copying and pasting
    from spreadsheet to presentation software).
  • Toggle between two open software applications.

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Resources for integrating digital literacy skills
into your curriculum.
  • 1. Technology literacy
  • 2. Information literacy
  • 3. Media literacy
  • 4. Visual literacy
  • 5. Communication literacy
  • 6. Social literacy

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2. Information literacy How many can YOU
do???
  • Define Know where to locate and gain
    understanding of acceptable, common definitions
    of terms associated with the needed information.
  • Access Search, find, and retrieve information
    from a variety of print and electronic resources
    (e.g., databases, Internet).
  • Evaluate Judge the currency, appropriateness,
    and adequacy of information and information
    sources for a specific purpose.
  • Manage Conduct a rudimentary and preliminary
    organization of accessed information for
    retrieval and future application.
  • Integrate Extract and combine information from a
    variety of sources and draw fundamental
    conclusions.
  • Create Summarize and adapt information to
    describe an event, express an opinion, or support
    a basic argument, viewpoint, or position.
  • Communicate Adapt and present information for a
    peer audience.

http//infolit.org/information-literacy-projects-a
nd-programs/
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Critical Evaluation of Informationhttp//www.schr
ockguide.net/critical-evaluation.html
  • Links may be used, provided that full and clear
    credit is given to Kathy Schrock and Kathy
    Schrock's Guide to Everything with appropriate
    and specific direction (via a URL) to the
    original content on this site.

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Use a Web Rubric/evaluation criteria evaluate
the following Web sites
  • All About Explorers
  • Aluminum Foil Deflector BeanieBan Dihydrogen
    Monoxide!
  • British Stick Insect FoundationBurmese Mountain
    Dog
  • Buy Dehydrated WaterCalifornia's Velcro Crop
    Under Challenge CarpSoft
  • Clyven the Transgenic Talking Mouse
  • Dihydrogen Monoxide
  • Feline Reactions to Bearded Men
  • GenoChoice
  • Guide To Metric Time
  • Haggis Hunt
  • Headless Chicken
  • Kick started by a dung beetle
  • Mankato
  • - Which is the real city website? Mankato
    Minnesota Home Page City of
    Mankato, Minnesota
  • Martin Luther King Jr. - A True Historical
    Examination
  • MoonBeam Enterprise
  • Ova Prima Foundation.
  • Pacific Northwest Tree Octopus
  • Republic of Cascadia .
  • Sellafield Zoo
  • Uncyclopedia

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Checklist for Evaluating Web Resources
  • Authority
  • Is the information reliable?
  • Check the author's credentials and affiliation.
  • Is the author an expert in the field?
  • Does the resource have a reputable organization
    or expert behind it?
  • Are the sources of information stated?
  • Can you verify the information?
  • Can the author be contacted for clarification?
  • Check for organizational or author biases.

http//usm.maine.edu/library/checklist-evaluating-
web-resources?ID0
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GenoChoice
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Which is the real city website? Mankato
Minnesota Home Page
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All About Explorers http//allaboutexplorers.co
m/
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Resources for integrating digital literacy skills
into your curriculum.
  • 1. Technology literacy
  • 2. Information literacy
  • 3. Media literacy
  • 4. Visual literacy
  • 5. Communication literacy
  • 6. Social literacy

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Media Literacy
  • empowers people to be both critical thinkers and
    creative producers
  • of an increasingly wide range of messages using
    image, language, and sound.

medialiteracylakehead.wordpress.com
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Media literacy skills can help students
  • - Develop critical thinking skills
  • Identify target marketing strategies
  • Name the techniques of persuasion used 
  • Understand how media messages shape
  • our culture and society- Recognize what the
    media maker wants us to believe or do -
    Recognize bias, spin, misinformation, and lies -
    Discover the parts of the story that are not
    being told - Evaluate media messages based on
    our own experiences, skills, beliefs, and
    values - Create and distribute our own media
    messages

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http//myths.e2bn.org/index.phpWelcome to Myths
and Legends.
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Incorporating Media Into the CurriculumMEDIA
LITERACY LINKS RESOURCES(Elementary
Secondary) http//www.swlauriersb.qc.ca/schools
/recit/ml/mllinks.htm
  • 1. Overview
  •  
  • An Introduction to Media Literacy The Why, What
    How-Toshttp//www.ci.appstate.edu/programs/edm
    edia/medialit/article.htmlAn excellent
    introduction to Media Literacy Education the
    web site covers the need for ML education as well
    as the principles which govern it. 
  • Media Education in Canada (Elementary
    Secondary)http//www.pch.gc.ca/csp-pec/eduaction/
    volume2/media_e.htm
  • and
  • Media Awareness Network
  • http//www.media-awareness.ca/english/index.cfm  
  • One of the leading sites on Media Literacy
    Education world-wide, these two Canadian Heritage
    sites are full of practical resources. Check out
    Jo Cool or Jo Fool Cycle 3 (http//www.media-awa
    reness.ca/english/index.cfm) Media Awareness
    Networks Lesson Library Elementary Secondary
    (http//www.media-awareness.ca/english/teachers/)
    and, Edu-Actions Teaching Resources Elementary
    Secondary (http//www.pch.gc.ca/csp-pec/eduacti
    on/volume2/media_e.htm)
  •  
  • University of Oregons 18 Basic Principles of
    Media Education
  • http//interact.uoregon.edu/medialit/MLR/readings/
    articles/eighteen.html  
  • The University of Oregons 18 Basic Principles of
    Media Education arent meant for direct
    consumption by elementary students but rather
    guideposts for their teachers.
  •  
  • Project Look Sharps 12 Basic Principles
  • http//www.ithaca.edu/looksharp/resources/integrat
    ion/ 
  • A smaller, less detailed version of the Media
    Awareness Network Project Look Sharp outlines
    its 12 basic principles (as opposed to University
    of Oregons 18) and, like MAN, it offers ideas
    for incorporating Media Literacy in the classroom
    Elementary Secondary.
  •  
  • Media Literacy Clearinghouse
  • http//www.med.sc.edu1081/  

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4. Visual literacy
  • Reflects our ability to understand and produce
    visual messages, Through objects, actions or
    symbols.
  • noun 1. the ability to apprehend or interpret
    pictures or other visual images.
  • "The ability to understand and produce visual
    images" and "learning how images convey meaning."
    --teachers.ash.org.au
  • http//ccb.lis.illinois.edu/Projects/youth/literac
    ies/visual1.html
  • The ability to interpret and understand visual
    texts, with "texts" being broadly defined as any
    print visual item, including artwork, picture
    books, advertising, web sites, or any other item
    that can be visually interpreted.

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https//www.pinterest.com/spikepinterest/visual-li
teracy/
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I See What You Mean (Second Edition)
  • Visual Literacy, K-8
  • Steve Moline
  • Some educators may view diagrams, pictures, and
    charts as nice add-on tools for students who are
    visual thinkers. But Steve Moline sees visual
    literacy as fundamental to learning and to what
    it means to be human. In Moline's view, we are
    all bilingual.
  •  
  • - See more at
  • http//www.stenhouse.com/html/i-see-what-you-mean-
    second-edition.htmsthash.DRbtR8as.dpuf

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 Let's take a look at one way to design effective
learning experiences to promote visual literacy.
http//d97cooltools.blogspot.com/2012/03/promoting
-visual-literacy.html.VflDT5e1ggs
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I See What You Mean
http//bighugelabs.com/
Hockneyizer Create a unique photo collage in the
style of the artist David Hockney.
Mosaic Maker Make a mosaic from a photoset,
favorites, tags, or individual digital
photographs or images.
Motivator Make your own inspirational or funny
motivational poster for any occasion.
Magazine Cover Make your own magazine cover,
superstar! Prove to your friends how famous you
really are!
Pop Art Poster Become a pop icon! Create a 9, 4,
or 1-panel lo-fi, false-color version of one of
your photos.
Movie Poster Be a star! Make your own customized
movie poster.
Jigsaw Create customized jigsaw puzzles from your
photographs.
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Picture Book Maker
  • Students create six page stories by dragging
    background scenes into a page
  • http//simplebooklet.com/index-sb.php

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Poetry in Songhttp//www.scholastic.com/teachers/
lesson-plan/poetry-song
  • Overview
  • Students will recognize the poetry in song lyrics
    and understand some of the tools or poetry
    elements a lyricist uses.
  • By Emy Lopez - Grades 68
  • Unit Plan Teaching Slam Poetry
  • A Whole New World

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A Whole New World
  • A whole new worldA new fantastic point of
    viewNo one to tell us noOr where to goOr say
    we're only dreamingA whole new worldA dazzling
    place I never knewBut when I'm way up hereIt's
    crystal clearthat now I'm in a whole new world
    with you
  • I can show you the worldShining, shimmering,
    splendidTell me, princess, now when didYou last
    let your heart decide?I can open your eyesTake
    you wonder by wonderOver, sideways and underOn
    a magic carpet ride

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Poetry in Song -Project steps
  • Search the Web for the lyrics of the song
  • Select 5-20 lines of the song that tell a story
    or theme
  • Identify KEY words in the song
  • Use GOOGLE or Image search
  • Locate KEY IMAGES that go with the WORDS
  • Save the KEY Images to your desktop as JPEG
  • SAVE name of file with the KEY WORD
  • Storyboard your ideas with 3x5 cards and put in
    order
  • Select the Photo Story APP you want to use
  • Upload the Images
  • Arrange Images in the correct order
  • 12. Upload the song
  • Set sequence-motion and timing to match lyrics
  • Test-Reflect-SHARE

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http//www.kizoa.com/
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Add your photos
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Click and DRAG each photo down to the TIMELINE
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CLICK on MUSIC
  • You can use their music or UPLOAD your own

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Visual Literacy ToolboixOnline
Activitieshttp//www.humanities.umd.edu/vislit/ac
tivities.php
  • Visual Literacy TutorialA Quick tutorial and
    review of the range of formal elements used to
    create images or objects of analysis can be found
    at The Online Visual Literacy Project
    http//www.pomona.edu/Academics/courserelated/cla
    ssprojects/Visual-lit/intro/intro.html.
  • Political Imageshttp//www.humanities.umd.edu/tec
    hnology/visuallit/media/politicalindex.htm
  • Introduction to Political Cartoonshttp//www.huma
    nities.umd.edu/technology/visuallit/seuss/intro.ht
    ml
  • Visual Images Seeing Everything in the Picture
    http//www.humanities.umd.edu/technology/visualli
    t/see/(Refer to "Seeing Everything in the
    Picture" exercise below.)
  • Scrutinize a Bearden http//www.nga.gov/education
    /classroom/bearden/scrutact.htmOne of many
    activities provided by the The Art of Romare
    Bearden a resource for teacher site, National
    Gallery of Art.
  • Fifty Three Stations of the Tokaido (Tokaido
    gojusantsugi in Japanese) This visual literacy
    exercise is based on selected woodblock prints
    from a famous series depicting scenic views of
    the Fifty Three Stations of the Tokaido (Tokaido
    gojusantsugi in Japanese). http//www.csuohio.edu
    /history/exercise/vlehome.html.
  • Mapping UtopiaThis unit explores the
    relationship between maps, city plannng and
    politics. (An interesting simulation is found on
    the 3rd page of the online module.)
    http//chnm.gmu.edu/courses/omalley/120/america/m
    appingutopia.html
  • Understanding Advertising Decoding an Ad's
    Appeal This exercise teaches how to read
    documents that depend heavily on images for their
    effect. It focuses on advertising in the 1920s,
    an important period in the development of modern
    advertising.http//chnm.gmu.edu/courses/omalley/1
    20/empire/ads/ads.html

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  • Activities and Lesson Plans for Visual Literacy
  • Creating a Magazine - students learn how to
    become photojournalists.
  • Visual Literacy Using Web-Based Photo Resources -
    activities for the classroom to Read, Interpret,
    Use and Apply, Design or Practice Composing
    photographs.
  • Visual Literacy K-8
  • Media Literacy Project for Grade Ten English

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5. Communication literacy
  • Form the foundation for thinking, organizing and
    connecting with others in a networked society.
  • Todays students need not only to understand how
    to integrate knowledge from multiple sources
  • as music, video, online databases, and other
    media
  • they also need to know how to use multiple
    sources to disseminate and share knowledge.
  • http//mediasmarts.ca/digital-media-literacy-funda
    mentals/digital-literacy-fundamentals

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Communication - Literacy
https//www.pinterest.com/mom2mikey/communication-
literacy-in-aac/
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HOW To
  • Understand how to integrate knowledge from
    multiple sources
  • music, video, online databases, and other media
  • how to use multiple sources to disseminate and
    share knowledge.

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6 words examples
  •  Saying goodbye is hard to do.
  •  
  • We met. We loved. He left.
  •  
  • I still believe in Santa Claus.
  •  
  • Still don't know what I'm doing.
  •  
  • Successful outside, empty inside. Why bother?
  •  
  • I should have never said goodbye
  • Long days, short nights working Mom.

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Charlotte 'Charley' Berkenbile, 8, is in third
grade at Florence Elementary School in Keller,
Texas.
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Sonia Rose Menken, 10, attends Charles H. Bullock
School in Montclair, N.J., where she is in fifth
grade.
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Shawn Budlong, 13, is in seventh grade at the
Thurgood Marshall School in Rockford, Ill.
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Three Minute Tales
Project- Creative writing
  • Tell a three-five minute story
  • Writing a 500-word story-as a project, which is
    to get something going rapidly.
  • http//www.npr.org/templates/story/story.php?story
    Id105685925

Original works of fiction One of the characters
tells a joke One of the characters cries
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Storybird
  • Tools Students Can Use to Create Picture Books
  • Provides templates and artwork for creating
    digital stories.
  • Select a theme -drag and drop the drawings you
    like into your story.
  • Once you've selected drawings for your story, you
    then write in the text of your story.

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Creative Writing
  • Storybird http//storybird.com/
  • Build your own stories (with images) and share
    them with others

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  • Abraham Lincoln and Facebook Templates for
    Learning
  • http//multimedialearning.com/abraham-lincoln-and-
    facebook-for-learning/

What if Abraham Lincoln Had a Facebook Page?
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Where could you use it?http//zooburst.com/zb_gal
lery.php
  • ZooBurst is a digital storytelling tool that lets
    anyone easily create his or her own 3D pop-up
    books.

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Resources for integrating digital literacy skills
into your curriculum.
  • 1. Technology literacy
  • 2. Information literacy
  • 3. Media literacy
  • 4. Visual literacy
  • 5. Communication literacy
  • 6. Social literacy

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Can We Teach Social Literacy?
  • Social literacy is a persons ability to
    interact, maintain and build relationships with
    others.
  • This has also been called social intelligence or
    emotional literacy in that social literacy
    involves knowing and being able to express ones
    own emotions successfully.

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  • Involves teaching young people communication and
    social skills
  • Showing them how to effectively and purposefully
    mediate their interactions with family members,
    friends and colleagues in the school or business
    environment.
  • Examples of social literacy issues
  • lack of eye contact
  • understanding angry feelings versus fear
  • being able to deal successfully with
    confrontation.

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  • Send tweet to _at_mydisneyclass with
  • Disney 1971

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  • Send tweet to _at_mydisneyclass with
  • Disney 1928

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How to Promote Digital Literacy in the Classroom
Content Creation
  • Dr. Howie DiBlasi
  • Emerging Technologies Evangelist
  • Digital Journey
  • howie_at_frontier.net
  • www.drhowie.com
  • Simple K-12 Presentation 2015

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