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<ul><li>1.Navigating New Coursesfor Deeper Learning ThroughInquiry andParticipatory Learning Presented by Buffy J. HamiltonJune 2012 Florida State UniversityCC image via</li></ul> <p>2. how are we helping students navigate, evaluate,share, and create in todays complex world ofinformation? 3. how do we providelearning experiencesthat provide studentsmore ownership andincreasedparticipation inconversations forlearning?CC image via 4. inquirydrivenlearningspaces CC image via 5. Fall 2002: Read 8100Inquiry Based Literacy, Dr. Bob Fecho, University of Georgia Kristin Fontichiaro,Nudging TowardInquiry series for School Library MonthlyStriplings Model of Inquiry 6. values dis-ease--there are manyquestions raised without answersSource: used under a CC license from 7. establishesmore thanthe teacheras validatorof knowledge/workCC image via 8. nurtures a feeling of responsibility tooneself and to the classCC image via 9. recognizes classroom as a complicated, non- laboratory place filled with complex, caring human beingsSource: 10. fights culture of school that wants THEright answerSource: 11. exercises patience- doesnt give up too quickly andrealizes community/learning/inquiry doesnt happenovernightSource: 12. values transparency and make the class partof determining what is occurringSource: used under a CC license from 13. the inquiry approach to learning can disrupt what paulo freire terms the banking system of educationImage used under a CC license from 14. CC image via 15. 16. ParticipatoryCulture andLearningCC image via 17. Project New Media Literacies: The 5 Characteristics of Participatory Learning (CPLs)Source:!+Framework 18. Project New Media Literacies 4 Cs: Practices of ParticipationCreateCirculateCollaborate ConnectSource:!+Framework 19. communities formed around content andinformation literacy standardsCC image via 20. communities formed around passions,interests, wonderings, and curiosityCC image via 21. 22Graphic used with permission from Dr. Barbara Stripling 22. backwards designlearning outcomes assessmentslearning experiences andinstruction 23. ConnectReflect WonderStriplingModel of InquiryExpress InvestigateConstruct 24. 1connect 25. awakening prior knowledgeKristin FontichiaroCC image via 26. Connectingproviding context and backgroundproviding focus to deal knowledge/building with information schemaoverload (big idea thinking) 27. Connecting Collaborative Scale/share Provideknowledgeconstructed choices buildingknowledge 28. Connecting MindmappingGoogle DocsTouchstone Texts PreSearch KWL Graphic Organizers 29. Connecting: KWL 30. Connecting: PreSearch 31. Connecting: MindmappingOriginal photo by Buffy Hamilton 32. Connecting: Mindmapping 33. ConnectingSource: 34. Connecting: Crowdsourcing 35. Connecting: Touchstone TextNonfictionPrimaryFictionSources TouchstoneTexts 36. Connecting: Touchstone Text 37. Connecting: Touchstone Text 38. Connecting: Touchstone TextOriginal photo by Andy Plemmons 39. File Folder Schema Lesson with Sticky Notes Connecting: Touchstone TextWhat We ThinkQuestionsWe KnowWhat WeLearned/NewMisconceptionsLearningsSources: Fontichiaro, K., &amp; Green, J. (2010). Jump-Start Inquiry: How Students Begin When They Dont Know. School Library Monthly, 26(5), 22-23 and Varner, E. (n.d.). File FolderSchema Lessons. Cornerstone Literacy. Retrieved from 40. Thoughts for Nudging Strategies forConnectingConnectingMove from Move from solo to individual tocollaborative collective knowledge buildingknowledge buildingHow might we useWhat types oftechnology toresources might we engage studentinclude for buildinglearning? prior knowledge?Adapted from 41. 2 wonderCC image via 42. Developing questionsWonder Small/whole group brainstormingScale/share constructedknowledge with largerclassroom 43. collective knowledge and curation as wewonderCC image via 44. Fishbowl/Group Skype Blogs Discussions WonderLearningWikisPolling CommunityNetworks Google Docs 45. WonderOriginal photo by Buffy Hamilton 46. WonderOriginal photo by Buffy Hamilton 47. WonderOriginal photo by Buffy Hamilton 48. Wonder 49. Wonder 50. Wonder 51. Wonder 52. Wonder 53. Wonder 54. Wonder 55. Thoughts for Nudging Strategies forWonderingWonderMove from teacherMove from solo togenerated questions collaborativeto studentknowledge buildinggenerated questions How might we useShifts in formats for technology to differing learningengage studentmodalities? learning?Adapted from 56. 3investigate 57. OrganizingSearch Skills Investigate Information EvaluatingReflection/Information MetacognitionInformation Ethical use ofdashboards information 58. Evernote,InvestigateNetvibes orEasyBib/ Diigo, Symbaloo NoodleTools DeliciousSpeed Dating Wikis andSmall group for Articles BlogsmentoringLarge group discussion 59. Investigate 60. Investigate 61. InvestigateOriginal photo by Buffy Hamilton 62. Investigate 63. Investigate 64. Investigate 65. Investigate 66. Investigate 67. Investigate 68. Investigate 69. Investigate 70. InvestigateOriginal photo by Buffy Hamilton 71. Investigate 72. Investigate 73. InvestigateVideo available at 74. InvestigateResearch Reflections Roundtable: 75. Thoughts for Nudging Strategies forInvestigatingInvestigateModeling of Move from solo toinformationcollaborative evaluation and knowledge resource gathering building How might we useTypes of technology to informationengage studentsources for learning? researchAdapted from 76. 4construct 77. SynthesisConstructFinding patterns/relationshipsDevelopingconclusions 78. CC image via 79. CC image via 80. ConstructCC image via 81. GraphicMindmapsOrganizersConstructSmall group Fishbowl/mentoring/ Group coaching DiscussionsOption of Self-working inassessment/ groupsreflection 82. Construct 83. Construct 84. Construct 85. ConstructResearch Reflections Roundtable: 86. Thoughts for Nudging Strategies forConstructingConstruct Move from solo toPeer mentoring andcollaborative teacher mentoring knowledge buildingHow might we use Graphic organizerstechnology to and similar tools for engage student helping studentslearning?connect the dotsAdapted from 87. 5expressCC image via 88. Shared LearningExpressAuthenticity/Digital Rigor Creativity 89. Looking at this across thedisciplines you start to seehow important theknowledge-creationactivity plays into thesense of identity. Theoverriding theme is thatone does not become ascholar until they havecreated something new. Intheir eyes, it is the act ofcreation thatdistinguishing the studentfrom the scholar.Brian Mathews, Assistant University Librarian90at UC Santa Barbara 90. Express 91. Express 92. Express 93. Express 94. Express 95. a collection of pieces written in a variety of genresthat presents one or more perspectives on aresearch question(s)CC image via 96. Express 97. Express 98. Express 99. Express 100. Express 101. Express 102. Express 103. Express 104. Express 105. Express 106. Express 107. Express 108. Express 109. Express 110. Express 111. Express 112. Express 113. ExpressOriginal photo by Buffy Hamilton 114. ExpressOriginal photo by Buffy Hamilton 115. Thoughts for Nudging Strategies forExpressing Move from solo toExpress Choices forcollaborativelearning productsknowledge buildingHow might we useChanging thetechnology tooriginal product engage studentselected by thelearning? teacherAdapted from 116. 6 reflectCC image via 117. Reflectprocess product 118. Formative ReflectSelf Summative 119. Standards for the 21st Century Learner in ActionOriginal photography by Buffy J. Hamilton 120. formativeassessment: the measurementof knowledge and skills during the process oflearningSource: Stripling, 2007/2009, pp. 167-68 121. summativeassessment is themeasurement of knowledgeand skills at the end of aprocess of learning inorder todetermine the amount and quality of learning Source: Stripling, 2007/2009, pp. 167-68 122. Benefits of Student Self-AssessmentEncourages participatory learningReflectIncreases intrinsic motivationHelps students construct new meaningsHelps cultivate a sense of ownership oflearning and agency over learningenvironmentSource: Harada, 2010 123. Reflect 124. Reflect 125. Presentations/ Portfolios PerformanceReflect Text DigitalCompositions compositionsTicket out the door 126. Large/smallReflective groupnarratives discussion Reflect RubricsChecklistsTests 127. ReflectSource: 128. Reflect 129. Reflect 130. Reflect 131. Reflect 132. Reflect 133. Reflect 134. Reflect 135. Reflect 136. Thoughts for Nudging Strategies forReflectingReflectHow to incorporate more formative Self-Assessments assessmentHow do weHow might we useencourage and share technology to sharenew questions/linesstudent learning? of inquiryAdapted from 137. ThinkReflectSmall Group ShareLarge GroupShare/Questions 138. Q&amp;A/Share139CC image via 139. CC image via 140. contact information buffy.hamilton@gmail.com Twitter: @buffyjhamilton 141. Works CitedBerger, Pam. Student Inquiry and Web 2.0. School Library Monthly 26.5 (2010): n. pag. School Library Monthly. Web. 23 Oct. 2011. .Fontichiaro, Kristin. Nudging Toward Inquiry (AASL 2009). American Association of School LibrariansNational Conference. Charlotte, NC. Nov. 2009. Vimeo. Web. 23 Oct. 2011. 715376&gt;. 7- - -. Rigorous Learning with 21st-Century Technology. Vermont Dynamic Landscapes Conference.Burlington, VT. May 2011. Kristin Fontichiaro. Web. 23 Oct. 2011. . u2V 142. Works CitedHarada, Violet. Self-assessment: Challenging students to take charge of learning.School Library Monthly 26.10 (2010): 13-15. Academic Search Complete. Web. 23Oct. 2011. &lt; llogin.aspx?direct=true&amp;db=a9h&amp;AN=51003266&amp;site=ehost-live &gt;.Mathews, Brian. What It Takes To Become A Scholar: Helping Students Scale theTaxonomy. The Ubiquitous Librarian. The Chronicle of Higher Education, 26 Sept.2011. Web. 23 Oct. 2011..Stripling, Barbara. Assessing Information Fluency: Gathering Evidence of StudentLearning. 21st Century Learning in School Libraries. Ed. Kristin Fontichiaro. SantaBarbara, CA: Libraries Unlimited, 2009. 166-170. Print.- - -. Teaching Students to Think in the Digital Environment: Digital Literacy andDigital Inquiry. School Library Monthly 26.8 (2010): n. pag. School Library Monthly.Web. 23 Oct. 2011. . </p>