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Don’t Blink, Or You’ll Miss It. Opportunities in Information Literacy Mary Claire Vandenburg & Nathalie Soini Queen’s University WILU 35. OUTCOMES. Recognize good teaching skills Reflect good teaching skills in your job Apply information literacy skills to your career.

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Don’t Blink, Or You’ll Miss It

Opportunities in Information Literacy

Mary Claire Vandenburg & Nathalie Soini

Queen’s University

WILU 35


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OUTCOMES

  • Recognize good teaching skills

  • Reflect good teaching skills in your job

  • Apply information literacy skills to your career


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Malcolm Gladwell- Blink

Chapter 1 – Theory of Thin Slices – How a little bit of knowledge goes a long way.

“Thin-slicing” refers to the ability of our unconscious to find patterns in situations and behavior based on very narrow slices of experience (p.23).

Gladwell, M. (2005). Blink : The power of thinking without thinking (1st ed.). New York: Little, Brown and Co.


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Ambady – Thin Slicing

  • Videotaped 13 graduate teaching fellows as they taught.

  • Compiled random 10sec. clips, combined them into one 30sec. clips.

  • Showed the clip to students who were strangers to teacher.

  • Ratings highly correlated teachers own students evaluations.

Nalini Ambady, Robert Rosenthal, “Half a Minute: Predicting Teacher Evaluations from Thin Slices of Nonverbal Behavior and Physical Attractiveness,” Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 64, no.3 (1993):431-441.


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…don’t let’s forget that the little emotions are the great captains of our lives, and that we obey them without knowing it.

Vincent van Gogh.

Letter 603.

St.-Rémy, 1889.


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What is a good teacher? great captains of our lives, and that we obey them without knowing it.

Think of at least 3 traits that would make a good teacher

(Think-Pair-Share)


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Good Teaching great captains of our lives, and that we obey them without knowing it.

7 Important Traits

  • Student-centered/receptive

  • Knowledgeable

  • Effective Presenter

  • Flexible/Creative

  • Organized

  • Enthusiastic

  • Motivational

    Arnold, J. (1998). “I know it when I see it”: Assessing good teaching. Research Strategies, 16(1), 1-28.


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Good Behaviour great captains of our lives, and that we obey them without knowing it.

  • Approachability

  • Genuine Interest

  • Listening/Inquiry

  • Follow-up

    Arnold, J. (1998).


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The Amygdale Response great captains of our lives, and that we obey them without knowing it.

  • Internal: fear, anger and aggression

  • External: via posture, voice, expression, breathing pattern -Coping: Googlefight.com

    Romantics vs. Modernists, Behaviorist vs. Cognitive

  • Connect and keep the class


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Competencies/Skills great captains of our lives, and that we obey them without knowing it.

  • Presentation Skills

  • Organizational Skills (good lesson plan, organized presentation)

  • Communication Skills

  • Assessment and evaluation skills

    Proficiencies for Instruction Librarians Task Force. (2006). Proficiencies for instruction librarians and coordinators.


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Enabling Professional Practice great captains of our lives, and that we obey them without knowing it.

  • Center for Teaching and Learning

  • Videotaping exercise – micro-teach

  • Theory of Teaching & Learning

  • Objectives

  • Set, Body, Closure

  • Feedback

  • Additional Resources


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Set-Body-Closure great captains of our lives, and that we obey them without knowing it.

  • Set – preview & connect

  • Body - communicate main concept

    70-90%

  • Closure – review & connect


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Set great captains of our lives, and that we obey them without knowing it.

  • Preview of session

  • State learning objectives

  • Motivate, i.e. appeal to aspirations


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Body great captains of our lives, and that we obey them without knowing it.

  • Passion for material = Enthusiasm

  • Body language should read well

  • Talk with your audience

  • Humour

  • Manage your time

  • Remember to breathe!


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Closure great captains of our lives, and that we obey them without knowing it.

  • Summarize the major points

  • Relate to the Instructional set

  • Provide a sense of achievement

  • No new material


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Ice Model Of Student Learning great captains of our lives, and that we obey them without knowing it.

IDEAS CONNECTIONS EXTENSIONS

Basic facts Among basic concepts Applying learning

Elemental concepts to what learner already knows to new situations

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Fostaty, Y.C.S. (2000). Assessment & Learning: The ICE Approach. Winnipeg: Peguis.


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www.hsci.cas.ou.edu great captains of our lives, and that we obey them without knowing it.

History of Science at University of Oklahoma.


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Desk Set 1957 great captains of our lives, and that we obey them without knowing it.

  • ICE and Desk Set

    (it’s not just in Katharine Hepburn’s veins)


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Teaching Objectives great captains of our lives, and that we obey them without knowing it.

Think of 2-3 objectives/goals you think are paramount when teaching Information Literacy


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Teaching Objectives: great captains of our lives, and that we obey them without knowing it.

  • Give students a positive feeling about the library and librarians.

  • Introduce students to the tools to access and use the resources of the library.

  • Help students to begin to think critically and to evaluate information resources.

    McDermott, D. (2005). Library instruction for high-risk freshmen. Reference Services Review, 33(4), 418-437.

    Association of College and Research Libraries (2000). Information Literacy Competency Standards for Higher Education.


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Teaching For Deep Learning great captains of our lives, and that we obey them without knowing it.

  • Make learning goals explicit

  • Encourage interaction

  • Cooperation

  • Make links with what students already know

  • Link topic to student lives


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Example: great captains of our lives, and that we obey them without knowing it.Boolean Logic

  • Limit Library Jargon

  • The "Brangelina" Boolean Diagram

A=Angelina

AND

B=Brad

A B


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Thinking Like A Student great captains of our lives, and that we obey them without knowing it.

“ Literacy is a culturally situated phenomenon based in the way communities construct meaning and belonging”

-Norgard

Norgard, R. (2003). Writing Information Literacy: Contribution to a Concept. In J. Elmbourg (2006). Critical Information Literacy Implications for Practice. The Journal of Academic Librarianship, 32(2).


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Credibility, Reliability & Libel great captains of our lives, and that we obey them without knowing it.

Critical Thinking skills using three examples

  • 1. Globe & Star: Titanic reporting

  • 2. Wikipedia: Web authoring

  • 3. Yesmen: Internet identity theft


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RECAP great captains of our lives, and that we obey them without knowing it.

  • Thin slicing

  • Good teaching

  • Good behaviour

  • Competencies/Skills

  • Teaching objectives/Deep learning

  • Critical thinking


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Percent Attending great captains of our lives, and that we obey them without knowing it.

100%

0%

60 min.

0 min.

Elapsed Time of Lecture (min.)

McLeish, J. The Lecture Method. Cambridge: Cambridge institute of Education 1968


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Ideal Attending great captains of our lives, and that we obey them without knowing it.

100%

Elapsed Time of Lecture (min.)

60 min.

0 min.

Vandenburg, Soini 2006


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Teaching Techniques great captains of our lives, and that we obey them without knowing it.

  • Vary the stimulus

  • Use visual aids

  • Repeat and clarify

  • Organize clearly (mini S.B.C.s)

  • Engage the learner


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Teaching Strategies And Retention great captains of our lives, and that we obey them without knowing it.

Dole, E. (1969) Audio Visual Methods in Teaching. (3rd Ed) New York: Holt, Reinhart & Winston.


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Thinking Like A Student great captains of our lives, and that we obey them without knowing it.

  • Reflect on an instance when you were information literate

  • And also a time when you were not

    • How did it feel?

    • What motivated you?


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Information Is Power great captains of our lives, and that we obey them without knowing it.

“Statistical thinking will one day be as necessary for efficient citizenship as the ability to read and write.”

H.G. Wells.


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Tools and Resources great captains of our lives, and that we obey them without knowing it.

  • Faculty of Education

  • Professional Development/Associations (eg: Education Institute- Partnership of OLA and other Associations)

  • ACRL Standards

  • Centre for Teaching and Learning

  • T.A. Training/Learning Strategies Development

  • Mentoring

  • Evaluation


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RECAP great captains of our lives, and that we obey them without knowing it.

  • Recognize good teaching skills

  • Reflect good teaching skills in your job

  • Apply information literacy skills to your career and everyday life


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Positive, encouraging, accurate & fun. great captains of our lives, and that we obey them without knowing it.

Mary Claire Vandenburg

[email protected]

Nathalie Soini

[email protected]


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