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Premium member Presentation Transcript Critical Thinking in a Digital Age: Critical Thinking in a Digital Age The Positive Influence of Web 2.0 Tools Kathy Schmidt – Media Specialist, Rock Springs ES Jennifer Helfrich – Coordinator of Media Services http://criticalthinkingala2012.wikispaces.comIntroductions: Introductions Kathy Schmidt – Media Specialist, Rock Springs Elementary, Gwinnett County, GA firstname.lastname@example.org Twitter: @kathyfs24 Jennifer Helfrich – Media Coordinator, Gwinnett County GA email@example.com Twitter: @ jshelfrichHow this project got started…: How this project got started… Let’s Research!!Information Evolution: Information Evolution From Dewey to DigitalInformation Explosion: Information Explosion Internet information exploded in the mid-90sLeads to acceptance of whatever information is most easily accessed: Leads to acceptance of whatever information is most easily accessedThe search for information….: The search for information…. vs. InternetDo you recognize these people?: Do you recognize these people?Perseverance through Process: Perseverance through ProcessHow does our teaching need to change?: How does our teaching need to change?The Question is the Answer: The Question is the Answer Higher Level qUESTIONSBloom’s Taxonomy for the Digital Age: Bloom’s Taxonomy for the Digital AgeUse techniques that demand critical thinking skills: Use techniques that demand critical thinking skills Case Studies Incomplete scenarios Analogy Premise/Consequence Problem/Solution EvaluationWhat Skills Do our Students Need?: What Skills Do our Students Need?PowerPoint Presentation: Technical Trouble ShootingPowerPoint Presentation: plagiarism netiquette safety Digital CitizenshipPowerPoint Presentation: Strategic SearchingPowerPoint Presentation: Evaluate/Discriminate Kathy Schrock’s Website EvaluationPowerPoint Presentation: deep reading analyze Critical ReadingPowerPoint Presentation: CollaborationPowerPoint Presentation: CommunicationHow did we embrace critical thinking in the classroom?: How did we embrace critical thinking in the classroom?5th Grade Civil War Project: 5 th Grade Civil War Project Taught Critical thinking skills while having students research a battle or person from the Civil War Primary Sources Website evaluation Critical reading of web sources5th Grade Civil War Project: 5 th Grade Civil War Project Web 2.0 Tools used for final projects: Animoto ThingLink Podcasts Wiki Example of 5 th Grade class project Wiki http://segoolcivilwar.wikispaces.com/5th Grade Science Project: 5 th Grade Science Project Lessons on learning to evaluate websites for factual information using the websites about the subject we were studying (changes in matter) Learn to collaborate with fellow students- students worked in groups to conduct an experiment on changes in matter – students responsible for recording experiment using video, photographs and note taking.5th Grade Science Project: 5 th Grade Science Project Final Project was a PowerPoint slide show, then converted using AuthorStream so it could be viewed by others online http ://www.authorstream.com/Presentation/kathyfs24-1436928-clean-pennies-mr-augst/5th Grade Sharing with Wisconsin: 5 th Grade Sharing with Wisconsin Christmas Around the World Sharing project – Both classes researched the same questions about Christmas Around the World then Skype’d with each other sharing the answers Weather Project Wiki where students shared weather for a month – skype’d to discuss, teachers used weather chart to have students create graphs for math class. http://wi-gaconnections.wikispaces.com /Using Video Conferencing to Open the World to Studnets: Using Video Conferencing to Open the World to Studnets Authors – Melissa Stewart, Jarrett Krosoczka Projects – Flat Stanley with a 1 st grade class http:// animoto.com/play/zIf5PSb8tABRkpQizU8hUA Poem in Your Pocket Day – video conference with schools in 5 different states and tried to connect with BudapestClub Click: Club Click Five schools, five states planning using Google Docs Skype meetings Wiki - http://clubclick.wikispaces.com/ Students gained knowledge through “Skype” visit with one of the Club Click founders (Diane Cordell) and also could share their work on the Wiki with other students http://animoto.com/play/rKuSX0PYEZqF8O12MbvXIwWhat stands in our students’ way?: What stands in our students’ way?What stands in our way?: What stands in our way?Critical Thinking in a Digital Age: Critical Thinking in a Digital Age The Positive Influence of Web 2.0 Tools Kathy Schmidt – Media Specialist, Rock Springs ES Jennifer Helfrich – Coordinator of Media Services http://criticalthinkingala2012.wikispaces.com You do not have the permission to view this presentation. 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