Flipped Learning: Essential Tools to Get you There

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What does it take to flip your program? Not much! This session will work through ten tools that will help school librarians flip instruction and help promote self-directed learning. Tools discussed will include course management systems, library management systems, eContent Cloud collaboration tools, online voicemail services, text-based instruction, student response applications, playlist creators, screencasting, and blogs.

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October 7, 2014 6:00-7:00PM:

October 7, 2014 6:00-7:00PM Flipped Learning Essential Tools to Get you There Michelle Luhtala

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Michelle Luhtala: @ mluhtala on Library Department Chair, New Canaan High School, CT Professional Learning Community Facilitator, edWeb.net / emergingtech

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The NCHS back story:

The NCHS back story

Bob Stevenson:

Bob Stevenson

Web 2.0:

Web 2.0

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Discussion/Forum

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David Loertscher

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October 2011

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October 2011

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October 2011

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October 2011

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WHY???

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transparency No log-in!

At NCHS…:

At NCHS… Fall 2013

What's still missing:

What's still missing

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Participation!

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Work Learn Reflect

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Socrative.com Student login Room number: 1 145233

Areas of weakness:

Areas of weakness understanding the relationship between author purpose and the resource’s impact on evidence collection embedding references Keyword searching distinguishing objective from subjective journalism digging deeper with their research

Areas of strength:

Areas of strength Blog byline column research question Scope

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Teachers

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students

Instructional options::

Instructional options: Face to face Video Homework Individual

Scope:

Scope Breadth v. Depth

Change your search terms!:

Change your search terms!

Currency:

Currency It’s all relative

What does relevance mean?:

What does relevance mean?

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iMovie

When is it OK to:

When is it OK to reference a blog in your research?

Column v. Blog:

Column v. Blog What’s the difference?

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ScreenFlow by Telestream

Authority:

Authority refers to the author’s expertise.

That's a whaaa???:

That's a whaaa??? What Kind of Resource is That? Part II

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Sustainability?

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Instructional options: Face to face Video Homework Individual

How should we reference Carlisle Bargeron’s work?:

How should we reference Carlisle Bargeron’s work? New Canaan High School Library Social Studies Junior Research 2014

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Learning more about an author ProQuest Historical Newspapers tricks When to parenthetically embed citations; when to say more Providing context about an author’s work How to reference multiple works by same author What to include in your embedded reference Table of Contents

Who is Carlisle Bargeron?:

Who is Carlisle Bargeron?

Who is was Carlisle Bargeron?:

Who is was Carlisle Bargeron?

Why do we care about Carlisle Bargeron?:

Why do we care about Carlisle Bargeron?

Carlisle Bargeron wrote some quotable stuff about the New Deal!:

Carlisle Bargeron wrote some quotable stuff about the New Deal!

Carlisle Bargeron wrote some quotable stuff about the New Deal!:

Carlisle Bargeron wrote some quotable stuff about the New Deal! 9/6/33 10/13/33 10/26/33 12/29/33 4/14/34 4/23/34 7/19/34 2/7/35 3/28/35 5/31/35 7/2/35 7/9/35 12/08/33

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1932 election: FDR 1929 1932 1930 1931 1935 1933 1934 1937 1936 1939 1938 1941 1940 1936 election: FDR 1929 Stock Market Crash Pearl Harbor & WWII 1st New Deal 2nd New Deal “Along the Potomac” 1933-1935

What else did Carlisle Bargeron write?:

What else did Car lisle Bargeron write?

of his 1,335 articles in ProQuest Historical Newspapers, what is unique about the 13 “Along the Potomac” articles?:

of his 1,335 articles in ProQuest Historical Newspapers, what is unique about the 13 “Along the Potomac” articles?

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Editorial page

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Editorial page Letters to the editor

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Editorial page OP-ED page Letters to the editor

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Carlisle, Bargeron. "Along The Potomac with Carlisle Bargeron (Registered in U.S. Patent Office): The Power Trust." Editorial. Washington Post 2 July 1935, OP-ED: 9. ProQuest Historical Newspapers . Web. 23 Feb. 2014. So these are OP-ED columns.

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How do you reference them in your research paper?

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Do you reference them the same way you would his first 1,324 Washington Post articles?

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Do you reference them the same way you would his letters to the editor?

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NO!

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Bargeron, Carlisle. "Davis' Political Adviser, 84, 'Knew it' Years Ago: Clarksburg Patriarch Predicted Protege Would Be President -- 'Momentous' Hilltop Conference to Outline Campaign." Washington Post 11 July 1924: 1. ProQuest Historical Newspapers . Web. 23 Feb. 2014.

Might be quoted like this...:

As late 1924, when a West Virginian John Davis was nominated as the Democratic candidate for the 1924 presidential election, his home-town republicans were cautioned to laud the candidate for his accomplishments while remaining loyal to the republican platform. Even when their “local boy made good”, the “political lines were sharply drawn, traceable back to the Civil War, when the town was split in twain, half of the men folk joining the Union forces and the other half joining the Confederates” (Bargeron). Might be quoted like this...

but what if your bibliography looks like this?:

but what if your bibliography looks like this?

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but what if your bibliography looks like this?

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As late 1924, when a West Virginian John Davis was nominated as the Democratic candidate for the 1924 presidential election, his home-town republicans were cautioned to laud the candidate for his accomplishments while remaining loyal to the republican platform. Even when their “local boy made good”, the “political lines were sharply drawn, traceable back to the Civil War, when the town was split in twain, half of the men folk joining the Union forces and the other half joining the Confederates” (Bargeron, “Davis” ). Bargeron, Carlisle. "Davis' Political Adviser, 84, 'Knew it' Years Ago: Clarksburg Patriarch Predicted Protege Would Be President -- 'Momentous' Hilltop Conference to Outline Campaign." Washington Post 11 July 1924: 1. ProQuest Historical Newspapers . Web. 23 Feb. 2014.

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Back in 1924, Bargeron was just a rookie staff writer. He doesn’t bring any specific expertise to the article so he should only be credited parenthetically. Since the Works Cited includes numerous works by Bargeron, include the next item that distinguishes this citation from the others.

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Carlisle, Bargeron. "Along The Potomac with Carlisle Bargeron (Registered in U.S. Patent Office): The Power Trust ." Editorial. Washington Post 2 July 1935, OP-ED: 9. ProQuest Historical Newspapers . Web. 23 Feb. 2014. But if we are citing Bargeron’s OP-ED columns,

It might be quoted like this...:

According to Carlisle Bargeron, a… … We need to learn more about this guy before proceeding! But there is nothing on him in Wikipedia, he is barely Googlable, and he isn’t in any of the biographical reference databases. How can we learn more given what we have? It might be quoted like this... WAIT!

Try the obituaries in the historical newspapers:

Try the obituaries in the historical newspapers

or the dust jacket in one of his books:

Bargeron, Carlisle. Confusion on the Potomac; the Alarming Chaos and Feuds of Washington . New York: W. Funk, 1941. Print. or the dust jacket in one of his books

or a book review of one of his books:

Williamson, S. T. "A Gossipy View of Washington Before Reveille." Rev. of Confusion on the Potomac: The Alarming Chaos and Feuds of Washington. New York Times 17 May 1942, Book Review: 4. ProQuest Historical Newspapers . Web. 23 Feb. 2014. or a book review of one of his books

or Google Scholar or the Google News archive:

Pearson, Drew. "Benson's Book." Editorial. Tuscaloosa News 21 Oct. 1956: 4. Tuscaloosa News . Google News Archive. Web. 22 Feb. 2014. or Google Scholar or the Google News archive

Quoting someone whose expertise merits mention:

According to New Deal era Washington Post OP-ED columnist Carlisle Bargeron, who later wrote a book that harshly criticized the National Recovery Administration (NRA), New Deal funding allocation was often subject to whim, depending on who was in charge (“Nature’s Architect”). Avoid redundancy. If the author’s name is included in the narrative, don’t repeat it in the parenthetical reference. But DO give the reader a road map to find more information on the source in the Works Cited list - in this case, the article’s shortened subtitle since there are seven articles by Bargeron called “Along the Potomac”. Quoting someone whose expertise merits mention

Same author, same title… what to do?:

According to New Deal era Washington Post OP-ED columnist Carlisle Bargeron, who later wrote a book that harshly criticized the National Recovery Administration (NRA), Washington correspondents were easy targets for New Dealers bearing statistics (“Along the Potomac” 19 Jul. 1934). When there are several works by the same author that bear the same title (in this case, Bargeron did not add subtitles to his “Along the Potomac” column until his 8th article), include the next unique item in citation - the date of publication in this case. Same author, same title… what to do?

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Carlisle, Bargeron. Letter. Christian Science Monitor 27 Feb. 1950, Editorials: 16. ProQuest Historical Newspapers . Web. 23 Feb. 2014. - - -. Letter. Washington Post 2 Sep. 1949, Editorials: 20. ProQuest Historical Newspapers . Web. 23 Feb. 2014.

Include information that substantiates references :

Shortly after the passage of the Taft Bill, political columnist and publicist Carlisle Bargeron who was working on a book about Washington infighting, said in a letter to the editor of his former employer - the Washington Post - that senator John Lewis acted ethically in his vote for the labor bill (1949). There are two letters by Bargeron in the Works Cited list, one from the Washington Post (1949) and one from the Christian Science Monitor (1950) . Since we reference the author and the publication in the narrative, we could omit the parenthetical date, but will include it to avoid confusion since the citations are so similar. Include information that substantiates references

Text your questions!:

Text your questions! (615) 669 6670

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Quiz

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Subtext

Create a class:

Create a class

Create Assignment:

Create Assignment Read-only OR Distribute one to every student in class (with one click) Assign a due date Students turn in work (relinquish editing rights) Grade work (can skip) Return to student Kaizena will work with it (voice comments)

Discussions:

Discussions

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24/7 instructional support

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Call Forwarding

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Phone Calling

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Text Messaging

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There’s an App too!

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Email signature

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Add text messages word cloud and total count 273

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Some important skills I learned is how to sight sources properly, how to create a graph, and how to take advantage of the library system. The library has great resources and gives you many ideas. I learned to read and take notes before answering the questions and understanding three question more through research. I learned that information is around, its just I have to look for it in different places I learned that you must search the whole website for citation information, not just copy and paste I learned more about easybib and how even though it finds a lot of information for you, you still have to finish every section because you need as much information as possible. I learned how to properly cite my sources, and how to stay on top of my work in order to get a project done I learned how to properly cite my sources, and how to stay on top of my work in order to get a project done I learned how to use Easybib correctly. The videos were very helpful when needing to find the author or date created. I learned the importance of finding websites that can be cited. There are so many websites that have information that cannot be backed up or is invalid. It is important to verify that the source is good. I learned how to correctly use easybib and also how to find the info you need by looking at several different sources and comparing them to find all the information you need. I learned that all aspects of a country relate to each other. For examples, the foods that are grown and processed in my country is related to its geography, and that follows to the economic growth of the country. I learned that when I site a website that i used and i cant find some of the information i need to cite it, its still there on the website, i just need to look around for it. I'm think that I improved my easybib usage skill increasing the speed that I can now site resources "I learned how to cite sources easier from this project. I learned where I can find useful information for my country and how to search for important key words. I learned to look at pictures and analyze and observe them to come up to answers for questions. Some important research skills I learned in class was key wording. Key wording helped my find the sites I needed to find in order to find information for my research project. I learned how to properly make a graph on a Google template, and most importantly I learned that you need to actually insert the proper information when making an easybib citation. The important research skills that I learned through this unit was learning how to use all of the databases supplied to our use. I also learned to not just read what you are looking for, but to look at everything the website provides on the topic because there might be other useful information that I might have not needed at that moment, but could use at some other point. I had to use many of the websites because our country was not found on certain databases. Research skills I have learned through this unit was that you have to take notes while you read and then revise them. I learned through this unit many interesting facts about Egypt and how food in many ways defines or can resemble ones economic status as well as class in society. I learned how to properly cite websites and databases using easybib. I learned how to use databases to obtain information that can be used to better my project. I also learned how to navigate some of them well. The important research skills I learned throughout this unit were how to properly use databases. I also learned to navigate through databases and learned to only use reliable sources. I also learned how to search within the databases and only use the most important facts and information. I also learned how to properly cite my sources and find all of the citing information on databases.

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"I learned to use all the resources that are given to me in order to find answers to questions, and take notes." I learned to always use the helpful sites that the teachers give you. I learned how to properly cite databases thoroughly. I learned how to properly site books and web cites.

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Michelle Luhtala: @ mluhtala on Library Department Chair, New Canaan High School, CT Professional Learning Community Facilitator, edWeb.net / emergingtech

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2014-2015 Follett Challenge is back! Empowering Innovation $200,000 at stake 13 Winners Simplified entry process Enter today www.follettchallenge.com

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