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Our Multi-Generational Unit of Study. Creating A Digital Notebook Via Springpad. You, Your Multi-Generational Partner, and Your Notebook.

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our multi generational unit of study

Our Multi-Generational Unit of Study

Creating A Digital Notebook Via Springpad

you your multi generational partner and your notebook
You, Your Multi-Generational Partner, and Your Notebook
  • You have learned a lot about another person’s life – and now it is time to share this information and reflect upon your experience in this class through the creation of a Springpad digital notebook.
goal of springpad notebook activity
Goal of SPRINGPAD notebook activity
  • To create a digital representation of your
  • multi-generational partner via Springpad.
purpose of digital notebook
Purpose of Digital Notebook
  • A digital notebook is a way to save, organize, and share collected information in the form of meaningful artifacts. This notebook will be shared with our class only.
  • In this PowerPoint you will learn how to create a digital notebook.
  • In this notebook you will reflect on the following …
2 education culture history politics technology
2. EDUCATION, CULTURE, HISTORY, POLITICS, & TECHNOLOGY
  • as they impacted the life of your partner and how they view their life.
3 compare and contrast
3. Compare and contrast
  • how their life was different and similar to your life.
4 the most interesting or surprising
4. THE MOST interesting OR SURPRISING
  • information you learned or artifact you discovered about your partner’s life.
5 lessons learned
5. Lessons learned
  • What you learned from this experience.
a look at springpad
A look at Springpad
  • Let’s look at a Springpad Digital Notebook created by a student like you. To access The Story of Jenna’s Grandpa log into our class Springpad account
  • www.springpad.com
  • Username: acavalla@purdue.edu
  • Password: BobSpr01
what is a meaningful artifact
What is a Meaningful artifact?
  • For purposes of this project a meaningful artifact is any object or illustration that represents or symbolizes an event, place, person or concept that helps to tell a story about your multi-generational partner’s life.
suggested sources of artifact for further study
SUGGESTED SOURCES OF Artifact & FOR FURTHER STUDY
  • www.youtube.com
  • www.teachertube.com
  • www.googleearh.com
  • www.thehistorychannel.com
  • www.kidblog.org
springpad digital notebook tutorial
Springpad Digital notebook tutorial
  • Please view the following tutorial to learn how to create your digital notebook.
narrative and procedure
Narrative and procedure
  • The following slides will tell you how to turn the information and artifacts you have collected to tell your partner’s life story (“Narrative”) and how to create the appropriate pages of your digital notebook (“Procedures.”)
where do we begin
WHERE DO WE BEGIN?

narrative

Procedure

Begin creating your notebook by adding a map, photo, or other media that reflects on the questions presented in the narrative.

  • Use information from your partner’s interview as an outline. Begin telling their life story from the beginning. When were they born? Where were they born?
childhood school days
Childhood & School Days

Narrative

procedure

Insert photo or your choice of media that reflects the questions presented in the narrative.

  • Where did your partner go to school? How long did they attend school? What was their school like? What did they study?
historical context
Historical context

Narrative

procedure

Insert video or your choice of media that reflects the questions presented in the narrative.

  • What was happening in the world during the childhood of your partner? How did this affect them? What are their memories of these events?
cultural background
Cultural Background

Narrative

procedure

Insert music or foreign language audio or that reflects the questions presented in the narrative.

  • What traditions and customs did your partner follow as a child? What language did they speak? What games did they play?
summary of procedures
Summary of procedures
  • Be creative in designing your own Springpad digital notebook.
  • Once again, here are the steps to follow to create your digital notebook.
  • 1.
  • 2.
  • 3.
checklists for notebook
Checklists for notebook
  • Here is a list of the information you have collected that you might want to include in your digital notebook.
  • ___ Map Activity Checklist
  • ___ Timeline Activity Checklist
  • ___ Venn Diagram Checklist
map activity checklist
Map Activity Checklist
  • Please locate each of the locales in Google maps and then mark the each location on our class map.
  • _____ Locate your multi-generational partner’s birthplace.
  • _____Locate the place your multi-generational partner attended third grade.
  • _____Locate your grandparent’s birthplace.
  • _____ Locate the place your partner has traveled that is furthest from his/her birthplace.
  • _____ Locate your parents’ birthplaces.
  • Reflect in your Kidblogjournal
  • What can you conclude or infer about your multi-generational partner and your classmates’ partners based on the information you have gathered so far?
timeline activity checklist
Timeline activity checklist
  • __Time dependent information specific to your multi-generational partner’s life is included in your digital notebook.
  • ___Time dependent information specific to your multi-generational partner’s life is connected to historical, cultural, political, technological, and/or world events.
  • ___Time dependent information provide insight and knowledge regarding your partner’s life experiences.
timeline option checklist
Timeline option checklist
  • ___ Soviet Union launches Sputnik, the first man-made satellite.
  •  ___ John Glenn orbits the Earth and becomes the first American in space.
  • ___  Martin Luther King delivered his famous “I Have a Dream Speech.”
  • ___  The first Barbie doll was introduced.
  • ___  President John F. Kennedy was assassinated.
  • ___  RCA introduced the 12-inch CT100 color television that cost $1,000.00.
  • ___  First time Presidential debates were televised.
  • ___  The rock band known as the Beatles were formed in Liverpool.
  • ___  Rosa Parks was arrested for disorderly conduct because she wouldn’t
  • give up her seat for a white passenger.
  • ___  Ruby Bridges attended what was at the time an all white school after the court
  • ordered integration.
suggestions for enhancing your springpad digital notebook
Suggestions for Enhancing your springpad digital notebook
  • Choose interesting vivid pictures from the internet.
  • Take your own digital photo or documents.
  • Choose maps that are clear and specific.
  • Create of visual representation of your partner’s life.
  • Research world event that were important during your partner’s life.
  • Include a variety of digital media.
rubric for evaluating your notebook
Rubric for evaluating your notebook
  • To receive the highest score possible, refer the rubric on the next slide.
what to do if you need help
What to do if you need help
  • View this PowerPoint again.
  • Ask a classmate for help.
  • Ask the facilitator for guidance.
put at end
“PUT AT END
  • Map Activity Checklist
  • Please locate each of the locales in Google maps and then mark the each location on our class map.
  • Locate where your multi-generational partner was born.
  • Locate where your multi-generational partner attended school.
  • Locate where his/her parent were born.
  • Locate the place that your partner has traveled that is furthest from his/her birthplace.
  • Locate where were your parents were born.