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  Communication & Collaboration Research & Information Fluency Creativity and Innovation
Digital Citizenship
Standard & Rubric Students will use a variety of technologies to collaborate and communicate information and ideas, develop cultural awareness, and solve real world problems  Students engage in inquiry by developing research questions, accessing and verifying a variety of sources, communicating findings, and applying the conventions of documentation. Students present findings orally, in writing, or using mixed media. Students demonstrate creative thinking to develop innovative ideas, products and processes using technology. Students apply existing knowledge, create original works as a means of personal or group expression, use models and simulations to explore complex systems and issues, and identify trends and forecast possibilities.  Students will understand the impact of safe, legal, and ethical use of technology and take personal responsibility for digital citizenship.
Examples Physics is Fun  Wiki Example Information Fluency

Sustainable Future Activity

 

Ethical Direction

Here is a cool mission quiz about laptop security - click on link.

Here is a simple quiz about digital etiquette but might spark some good discussion with students - click on link.

Digital Citizenship Podcast

Phishing

ID Face Off: Quiz

Password test

Other Resources  

RADCAB resource evaluation 

MLA citation guide

Online Citation Machine

IRA Position - New Literacies 

AASL - Standards for the 21st century Learner

AASL - Learning for Life

 Sir Kenneth Robinson -Creativity and Public Education

 

Deep Dive IDEO

 

Leslie Owen Wilson~Levels of Creativity

Using Technology Appropriately

Digital Citizenship PowerPoint

Rules of Etiquette

Facebook

How to Act Online

NETS Teachers

Comments (15)

Martha Thibodeau said

at 11:39 am on Nov 16, 2009

Video for Thought:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=73CQIM7ogs8

Online Activities that Promote Information Literacy: http://www.sdst.org/shs/library/infolitles.html

Martha Thibodeau said

at 1:44 pm on Nov 16, 2009

Check out some of the videos on this blog regarding information literacy/fluency: http://informationliteracyvideos.blogspot.com/2009/02/ted-koppel-on-information-overload.html

Hailey Kehrli said

at 3:21 pm on Nov 16, 2009

Students engage in inquiry by developing research questions, accessing and verifying a variety of sources, communicating findings, and applying the conventions of documentation. Students present findings orally, in writing, or using mixed media.

Martha Thibodeau said

at 11:25 pm on Feb 7, 2010

Here is the link to Sir Ted Robinson's entire 20 minute speech on Creativity and Education:
http://www.ted.com/talks/ken_robinson_says_schools_kill_creativity.html

Martha Thibodeau said

at 11:27 pm on Feb 7, 2010

Let's look at this site on Thinking Skills:
http://www.asa3.org/ASA/education/think/index.html

Martha Thibodeau said

at 11:44 am on Feb 24, 2010

Check out these lesson plans on creativity, problem solving and critical thinking. Skip the links at the top - scroll down a bit to get to the good stuff.
http://www.cloudnet.com/~edrbsass/edcreative.htm

Dr. D said

at 3:08 pm on Feb 24, 2010

#15: Gee innovative thought...color enhances learning but doesn't do a thing for grammer.

Jen Wiltse said

at 3:10 pm on Feb 24, 2010

To encourage creative thinking, the article I read discusses changing the order of a story by giving students the end result and asking them to create a story or explanation of the steps that lead up to the end result (Creativity & Innovation Article #7). I liked the idea and could apply it in science by asking students to explain how a lab could result in a certain way.

James K. Small said

at 3:12 pm on Feb 24, 2010

Article number 4. Point is we are born with a creative nature and some teacher or adult needs to encourage students to continue to be creative. Five suggestions were made but this article is very elementary and falls short of reaching various levels of creativity. It's okay to suggest students choose their own projects, use all there senses, take field trips, invent something, and problem solve something. This is only the tip of the iceberg.

jessicaward@... said

at 3:12 pm on Feb 24, 2010

The article I read talked about the importance of using open ended questions in order to foster creativity and engage learners.

Martha Thibodeau said

at 12:10 pm on Mar 16, 2010

This site has a few 9-12 lesson plans that align with the standards we have been talking about.
http://nets-implementation.iste.wikispaces.net/Grades+9-12

Martha Thibodeau said

at 1:01 pm on Mar 16, 2010

Free Web 2.0 Project book offer for teachers:
http://www.ictineducation.org/free-stuff/

Martha Thibodeau said

at 10:05 am on Mar 25, 2010

ID Faceoff Game great addition for students AND teachers!

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