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Technology In Literacy. Best Practices of Technology in Literacy NTLB Tech 2004 Sarasota County Schools. What is our training agenda?. Review the changes of a digital world Stress best practices of teaching literacy

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    1. Technology In Literacy Best Practices of Technology in Literacy NTLB Tech 2004 Sarasota County Schools

    2. What is our training agenda? • Review the changes of a digital world • Stress best practices of teaching literacy • Consider the impact of mobile technology for your classroom. • Experience digitizing the learning experience

    3. Educational Technology is nudging literacy instruction beyond its oral and print-based tradition to embrace online and electronic texts as well as multimedia. -Dr. Ann Holum, The Critical Issue

    4. Technology and Literacy It is worth taking a closer look at!

    5. Projects Of Our Pasts

    6. Literacy Experience An ancient Chinese statement reflects that “Women are like grass born to be stepped on.” Use the above statement to develop a personal reflection of its meaning and about women’s rights in China.

    7. Reading As A Social Process

    8. How Students Communicate Outside of School

    9. Multiple Literacy and Kids CD roms videotapes internet cell phones pagers

    10. How do kids show what they know? Teaching literacy is teaching communication

    11. The Impact of Digital Education

    12. 21st Century Skills “The current and future health of America’s 21st Century Economy depends directly on how broadly and deeply Americans reach a new level of literacy – 21st Century Literacy – that includes strong academic literacy, thinking, reasoning, teamwork skills, and proficiency in using technology.” National Alliance of Business 2000, Building America’s 21st Century Workforce

    13. Digital-Age Literacies - Today’s Basics • Basic Literacy • Scientific Literacy • Technological Literacy • Visual Literacy • Information Literacy • Global Awareness

    14. Yet these digital kids report an alarming concern about our classrooms.

    15. Where does technology make the greatest impact in education?

    16. The Wrong Approach

    17. The Wrong Approach

    18. The Wrong Approach

    19. What does the right approachlook like?

    20. Literacy Experience An ancient Chinese statement reflects that “Women are like grass born to be stepped on.” Use the above statement to develop a personal reflection of its meaning and about women’s rights in China

    21. Literacy Experience An ancient Chinese statement reflects that “Women are like grass born to be stepped on.” Use the above statement to develop a personal reflection of its meaning and about women’s rights in China

    22. Literacy Experience An ancient Chinese statement reflects that “Women are like grass born to be stepped on.” Use the above statement to develop a personal reflection of its meaning and about women’s rights in China

    23. Digital Expression http://www.apple.com/education/ilifeawards/

    24. Steps For Project Based Digital Learning • Knowledge established • Composition • Teamed partnership & assignment • Storyboard • Film shoot • Digital editing • Spotlight event

    25. The tools allow for student expression.

    26. Why is this such a powerful tool for student learning? Rief 1993 says that students retain: • 10% of what they read • 20% of what they hear • 30% of what they see • 50% of what they see and hear • 70% of what they say • 90% of what they say and do

    27. Effective teaching usually combines several approaches, or multisensory instruction, so the child uses more than one sense at a time while learning-Rief 1993

    28. Investigation Time http://www.apple.com/education/ilifeawards/

    29. Tech & Literacy Leadership In The Classroom • Seek opportunities to integrate tech • Accept Reading and Technology literacy as everyone’s responsibility. • Reading is THINKING • Model 21st Century skills for students • Be knowledgeable on best practices and research • Find resources that offer effective data for instructional decision making • Find a colleague and support each other. Learning never stops. • Never give up on innovation….no matter how many bubble sheet tests are ahead

    30. Magic is all around you, the trick is to see it David Thornburg

    31. Follow Up Contact • Mike Horan • Ex 31394 • Dr. Suzanne Naiman • Ex 34100 • Linda Crane • Ex 34100 • Roni Harty • Ex 34100