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Connected Learning in the 21st Century Agenda

Connected Learning in the 21st Century Agenda

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Published by Michael King
If you have ever wondered about how the classrooms of the future will look like attend this session by NASSP's National Award Winning Digital Principal Mike King. Mike and Christen Engelking and Kim VanNamen will take you into the world of the next generation of teaching and learning which Mike calls Classrooms With Out Walls. Learn the essential techniques of generating digital content using methods of facilitate, aggregate, curate, and create through project based learning in primordial spaces within the connected learning process. In this workshop you will learn about the new collaboration roles of the curator, and designer, as information is synthesized from, standards, assessment, content, method, and process into newly developed content generated for mobile learning. The end product of these practices will be the creation of content for the connected classroom."
If you have ever wondered about how the classrooms of the future will look like attend this session by NASSP's National Award Winning Digital Principal Mike King. Mike and Christen Engelking and Kim VanNamen will take you into the world of the next generation of teaching and learning which Mike calls Classrooms With Out Walls. Learn the essential techniques of generating digital content using methods of facilitate, aggregate, curate, and create through project based learning in primordial spaces within the connected learning process. In this workshop you will learn about the new collaboration roles of the curator, and designer, as information is synthesized from, standards, assessment, content, method, and process into newly developed content generated for mobile learning. The end product of these practices will be the creation of content for the connected classroom."

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Collaborate, Aggregate, Curate, Create, Facilitate and Evaluate
PODSTOCK 2012
Thursday, July 19, 2012 (9:30 - 10:30 A.M)Keen Kutter D 
Presenters Representing Dodge City Middle School
Mike King ...........................................................................................PrincipalChristian Engelking ............................................................................Science TeacherKim VanNahmen ..............................................................................Computer Teacher
Workshop Description -Not Provided in Presentation
If you have ever wondered about how the classrooms of the future will look like attend thissession by NASSP's National Award Winning Digital Principal Mike King. Mike and ChristenEngelking and Kim VanNamen will take you into the world of the next generation of teachingand learning which Mike calls Classrooms With Out Walls. Learn the essential techniques of generating digital content using methods of facilitate, aggregate, curate, and create throughproject based learning in primordial spaces within the connected learning process. In thisworkshop you will learn about the new collaboration roles of the curator, and designer, asinformation is synthesized from, standards, assessment, content, method, and process intonewly developed content generated for mobile learning. The end product of these practices willbe the creation of content for the connected classroom." This session is a BYOD with someknowledge of iAuthor, aggregation and curation tools like, twitter, Delicious, Diggo, scoopit,Paper.li and Twitted Times which are all necessary components for your learning. "Getconnected became a curator." You can follow this workshop on Twitter #podstock12 starting at9:30 A.M. July 19, 2012. We will start our activities with and Internet Scavenger Hunt.
 
INTRODUCTION OUTLINE OF PRESENTATION
This presentation is designed to simulate the connected classrooms of facilitated learning. Thepurpose for this presentation is twofold. The first purpose is for participants to become familiarwith the three domains of digital media literacy, which is accessing information, using digitaltools and creating multi-media projects. The second purpose is to define digital media literacyas it relates to the first domain of accessing information. The presentations is originallydesigned for a hour and a half, offering six mini lessons and activities on the topic of digitalmedia literacy. Each mini lesson is correlated to one or more of Marzano's nine instructionalpractices. Today's presentation will include;
 
 
 
 
What isAggregating andCurating Content and How Does it Apply to 21st Century Classrooms? Presentation
 
Using Curation Tools for Aggregating Social Networks ActivityBefore you get started please familiarize yourself to your workspace by going to ePubGeneration and selecting the workshop link.
 
The first domain is in knowing how, when, and where to locate useful information on theInternet. Accessing and sourcing Information is the ability to search for correct information;how to understand search engine results; how to make accurate inferences aboutinformation originating from a hyperlink and how to correctly source digital content.
 
 
The second domain is developing an understanding on the use of digital tools to compose,not simply with text, but also to compose with images, film, and whatever individuals findarchived on the web.
 
The third domain is in producing and sharing digital compilations into a medium forknowledge consumption. These mediums for knowledge consumption can take the form of an iBook, iTunes U, or can be produced in a web based format.
 
 
Why do we call it the ePub Generation?
Media is now moving to real time where individuals move in and out of print base to imagebase content. Real time material becomes reusable content instantaneously as networks andcomposition tools provide faster collections of reusable redistributed media. Everyday studentsand information gatherers are building and sharing resources through the consumption of afree flow of information that replicates new chunks of information within milliseconds. A newgeneration of social publishers is creating vast warehouses of information, digital content thatis merged, and remixed into new forms of conceptual awareness. This is the generation thatwill need the courses in humanities and digital media literacy to create, publish, and formulatenew meanings of the world in which they live, virtually and semantically.
About the Website
The website initially opened on June of 2012, for the purpose of conducting and archivingresearch for the development of a 21st Century model for education. The central purpose of the website to provide a guide for teaching of digital media literacy in a connected learningenvironment. The website supports ideas of student centered facilitated instruction, thatprovides for the creation of content through project, problem based learning applications. Thecurrent developments of the site include an assortment of activity guides that correlate withthe first domain of digital media literacy and the connected learning process. These activityguides are designed to help teachers in their quest for integrating technology tools whileblending the standards of required learning with digital media literacy. Future plans for the website will include the principles of facilitated learning as it applies to effective teaching practicesin the connected classroom, designing project and problem based units of study to promotecreative digital compilations, and to define the practice of learning analytics.
Classroom Activity Guides
 
 
 
 

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