Week 2 (Due June 2)

“Twitter is the back fence you share with your neighbors. Except your neighbors are people all over the world”
Scott
Mcleod

In Class:

Brainstorm via Padlet -21st Century Skills – Focus on these new skills does not mean we ignore 20th century skills. Group #1 Link – http://padlet.com/sjknight/p601b7mya2cx Group #2 – http://padlet.com/sjknight/7rq53eglpk4n  – Resource – Partnership for 21st Century Skills Framework

Jigsaw – Digital Immigrant v. Digital Native – Assign yourself a resource (1-5), read, watch and take notes (10 min.) on your own, find others that reviewed the same resource (discuss/plan – 10 min.), Return to row group and present.

  1. Marc Prensky research paper (6 pages) – Notes gDoc
  2. Ian Jukes – Teaching the Digital Generation (10:31) – Notes gDoc
  3. Koutropoulos – Ten Years Later – Digital Immigrant v. Digital Native (8 pages) – Notes gDoc
  4. Sreenivasan | TEDxNewYork – Digital Immigrant v. Digital Native (8:30) – Notes gDoc
  5. Catalyst – Are You A Digital Native Or A Digital Immigrant? (8:56) – Notes gDoc

Bonus – Zamboglou – eLearning for Digital Natives – Ella’s Story


New Lens – Class Discussion – David White’s Digital Visitor v. Resident – Video #1 (7:07)

Personal Learning Networks – Twitter (http://wefollow.com/, Twitter Directory, Follow ME ) & Diigo (Social Bookmarking in Plain English, Follow MU_ED554 )

Required Reading/Exploring/Watching:

If you were on Twitter – by Scott Mcleod

Frontline – Generation Like (53:41) – PBS

John White’s Digital Visitor v. Resident Video part #2 – Credibility  (10:40)

Rosenthal Tolisano, Silvia. “Digital Storytelling – Part I.” Langwitches Blog. N.p., Apr.-May 2008. Web. 11 June 2012. <http://langwitches.org/blog/2008/04/19/digital-storytelling-part-i/>.

Rosenthal Tolisano, Silvia. “Digital Storytelling – Part II.” Langwitches Blog. N.p., Apr.-May 2008. Web. 11 June 2012. <http://langwitches.org/blog/2008/04/25/digital-storytelling-part-ii/>

Post 2 responses on your blog/class preparation:

1 – After watching Generation Like, respond to this question on your class blog. How does understanding how children use the Social Web prepare us for our instruction in the classroom?

2 – After watching Video #2 of John White’s perspective of Digital Residents, respond to this question on your class blog. How does understanding how children use the Social Web prepare us for our instruction in the classroom?

2- Please bring headsets/laptops (if you would like to work outside the lab) to our next class. Here is a headset I like.

3 – Plan for Digital Imagery & Image Manipulation (Pixlr) in lab activity. Bring images that you may want to use and check out these ideas for inspiration.

Ideas: Explore perspectives; visualize similes; illustrate principles with self-portraits; place self in literature or history; create illustrations of principles or functions; use an improbable scene as a writing prompt

Optional Reading/Exploring/Watching:

The Digital Diet @ http://wapo.st/mHfHeS

Rethinking Learning: The 21st Century Learner | MacArthur Foundation @ http://youtu.be/c0xa98cy-Rw

Fox, Jo-Ann. “Twitter Is My Teacher Superpower: 5 Steps to Make It Yours.” The Huffington Post. TheHuffingtonPost.com, 02 Dec. 2013. Web. 27 May 2014.

“Personal Learning Networks for Educators: 10 Tips – Getting Smart by Guest Author – Edchat, EdTech, PLN.” Getting Smart Personal Learning Networks for Educators 10 Tips Comments. N.p., n.d. Web. 27 May 2014.

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