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November 8 Schedule. Feedback PL - Presentaciones de Google. Discussion PL. Collaboration. Assessment PL. Ten years ago Michael Wesch created this video with and about his students at Kansas State University and the intersection of their digital lives with their academic ones.

Assessment PL

Five years ago, Wesch followed his original examination by asking students to record, with whatever devices they chose, their daily activities. This is the result. Wesch’s extensive work with technology and society, (documented at Digital Ethnography) helps us embrace the ways in which technology affects and can support the learning of our students and our learning. Today’s students are differently skilled than students of a decade ago. Our challenge is to harness those skills for their learning! For more insight and inspiration from Wesch, check out his TEDxNYED talk. “Sometimes when we try to use media, the media uses us.” The Fake-News Fad: Let it Fade. Have you heard the news?

The Fake-News Fad: Let it Fade

We have a new four-letter word featuring an “F” and a “K” in our lexicon: It is F-A-K-E. The 2016 Presidential election campaign made fake news one of the hottest topics in—ahem—the news. Shortly after President Trump’s inauguration, “alternative facts” stole the limelight for a brief period, but the fascination with fake news persists. Our focus on fake news, “alternative facts,” and general media mendacity distracts us from a very real educational challenge: teaching students the skills and dispositions that make them careful and thorough researchers.

This is hard work, and there are no easy recipes to facilitate the process. For those who are not in education, the interest in fake news exploded during the 2016 presidential election campaign. As a consequence of its findings, SHEG offered the following recommendations to educators: UNESCO’s Five Laws of Media and Information Literacy. ISTE 2017. [Participate and share : Poster] Monday, June 26, 11:00 am–1:00 pm (specific location available in May) Shannon Holden Rachel Langenhorst Michelle Luhtala Lisa Schmucki edWeb.net has hosted over 1,000 professional learning webinars with over 500 educators, innovators in their practice.

ISTE 2017

During this session, edWeb presenters (webinators) attending ISTE will participate so teachers and all educators can meet these leading educators who are so willing to share their knowledge with their peers. Digital tote resources Proposal summary. ISTE 2017. Preregistration and additional fee required.

ISTE 2017

Michelle Luhtala Jacquelyn Whiting Effective librarians strive to empower learners with innovative programming. We'll help you develop strategies for curating digital collections, creating makerspaces, implementing mobile learning initiatives (BYOD and 1:1), repurposing library spaces, blending learning and promoting independent reading.

Purpose & objective Participants in this workshop will broaden their vision for innovative library services and programing. Many of the elements of a successful library program are in flux - digital content licensing, the explosion of open education resources, makerspaces, flexible learning spaces, and virtual learning platforms are perpetually evolving. Future Ready Librarians - Future Ready Schools. Dr. Michael Wesch. SAMR. EdWeb.net - Cookies Required. Emerging Tech is a free professional learning community (PLC) where school librarians can explore all the ways to integrate technology and 21st century learning into school library programs.

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The Emerging Tech PLC is a place where you can post questions, start discussions, and get feedback from experts and peers on the issues and challenges of building and advocating for a school library program that is a critical support for teaching and learning in your school and district. As a member of the Emerging Tech community, you'll receive: Invitations to free webinars on new ideas and successful practices Free CE certificates for attending and viewing webinars Online discussion forums where you can connect and collaborate with other educators and experts Access to a resource library and free resources, quizzes to receive a free CE certificate for all past webinars, and more than 50 webinar recordings on emerging tech for your school library Upcoming Webinars Wednesday, Apr. 19 at 5 p.m.

Michelle Luhtala (mluhtala) Jacquelyn Whiting (@MsJWhiting) Alexa Schlechter (@AlexaSchlechter) EdWebet 76 - PD for 1:1 - Google Slides. The Fake-News Fad: Let it Fade. Have you heard the news?

The Fake-News Fad: Let it Fade

We have a new four-letter word featuring an “F” and a “K” in our lexicon: It is F-A-K-E. The 2016 Presidential election campaign made fake news one of the hottest topics in—ahem—the news. Shortly after President Trump’s inauguration, “alternative facts” stole the limelight for a brief period, but the fascination with fake news persists. Our focus on fake news, “alternative facts,” and general media mendacity distracts us from a very real educational challenge: teaching students the skills and dispositions that make them careful and thorough researchers. This is hard work, and there are no easy recipes to facilitate the process. For those who are not in education, the interest in fake news exploded during the 2016 presidential election campaign. As a consequence of its findings, SHEG offered the following recommendations to educators: UNESCO’s Five Laws of Media and Information Literacy.

Evidence-based learning isn’t new Research and the CCSS. Collinson, Stephen. Bibliotech.me. NCHS Library: ins & outs - Professional development. Inquiry. QFT - Google Slides. NCHS Library: ins & outs.