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"A FLIPPED CLASSROOM: STUDENTS AS CURATORS WITH STORIFY" BY SHERRY JONES
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Picture book (linguistic + visual)
Website (linguistic + visual + auditory)
Ballet (gestural + visual + auditory + spatial)
(Anstey and Bull)
http://bit.ly/ansteybull Q. Why use them?
Sensory rich learning experience
Re-cognition of Concepts through Visual and Auditory Metaphors
Interpretation through analysis and synthesis of Multi-Modal content Image Source: http://www.knewton.com/flipped-classroom/ Q. Instructional Goals with Tools?
Encourage self-directed learning through curation and synthesis writing
Raise awareness of audience and source credibility FLIPPED CLASSROOM MODEL! Storify In Action! http://www.storify.com Idea 1 Idea 2 Idea 4 Make Your Storify! Google Docs In Action! http://docs.google.com Tweet In Class! http://www.twitter.com Storify for Teaching 1 Concept/Theme Step 1 - Create 1 Storify Page for 1 Concept/Theme
Step 2 - Curate visual, auditory, linguistic examples of 1 Concept
Step 3 - Type questions/exercises for each multimodal text Questions or Comments? Increase The Rigor! Storify for Evaluating Sources In Class Research with IPad! Idea 5 Sample Storify by Students! Student Storify:
"Advertisements in Cyberspace"
http://bit.ly/cyberspace1 Student Storify:
"Can I Get a Whopper Junior with a Side of NANO?"
http://bit.ly/nanotech1 Open Content Repository Internet Archive (Primary and Remixed Sources)
For Study on Mass Psychology, search for
"Jonestown death tape"
For creating visually rich lessons, search under
"Moving Images" Open Journals Directory of Open Journals (Find Academic Journals)
Click on [BROWSE] to search in your subject area Open Images Tag Galaxy (Search Storytelling Images by Tags)
Search for "infinity pool" Go Comics (massive collection of comics)
For comics of controversial topics, search in "Editorial Cartoons" --> [NEW] Learning Objects Merlot (Massive Learning Objects Database)
Click on "Learning Materials" --> [Learning Object Repository) "The Scale of the Universe 2" (360 Interactive Astronomy Map)
"The Climate Challenger" by BBC (Interactive Learning Game on Climate Change)
http://bbc.in/climategame Open Videos TED ED (For Flipped Classrooms)
BIG THINK (Innovative Topics)
Documentary Heaven (Documentaries)
http://www.documentaryheaven.com VIMEO (Conceptual Art, Animation, 3-D, Documentary Videos)
http://www.vimeo.com Animated Presentations "Gender Inequality In The Workplace" (Trend Essay via GoAnimate)
"Designer Drugs Trend" (Trend Essay via Xtranormal)
"Veils In The USA" (Position Essay via Xtranormal)
http://bit.ly/usveils Ask students to recreate essays as animated videos
On Storify, students embed animated videos with essay summary for in-class presentation Sample Student Video Essays FLIPPED CLASS INTEGRATION:
THEORY + MODEL + ED-TECH! Student Storify:
"What Print's Funeral Looks Like"
http://bit.ly/printdeath1 Student Storify:
"Mankind's Obsession with Technology: Stoking the Extinction Fire"
http://bit.ly/futurism1 Student Final - Proposal Essay
Electronic Medical Record (EMR)
http://bit.ly/emr12 Student Final Essay Presentation
http://bit.ly/biometrics12 Student Final Essay Presentation
"Advertisers and Fairness"
http://bit.ly/advertise12 Research Through Open Source!
"Content Curation is the act of discovering, gathering, and presenting digital content that surrounds specific subject matter." -- Eileen Mulan, EContentMag.com (Nov 30, 2011) "A curator adds a point of view and contextualizes the info s/he is culling together thereby framing the message"
-- Corinne Weisgerber, PhD
(Mar 5, 2012) CONTENT CURATION? ROLE OF THE CURATOR? STUDENTS AS CURATORS? Discover, evaluate, and organize relevant research content
Be authors of their own knowledge construction
Become active web historians of human knowledge SHERRY JONES
ED-TECH TRAINER + ENGLISH INSTRUCTOR
FLASH + INTERACTIVE WHITEBOARD ANIMATOR
ACCESS THIS PRESENTATION
http://bit.ly/storify2012 MULTI-MODAL THEORY! STORIFY + TWITTER
+ GOOGLE DOCS! http://www.storify.com http://bit.ly/evaluate2012 http://bit.ly/compare2012 Storify for Social Knowledge Construction STEP 1 - Curate any interesting or questionable websites
STEP 2 - Ask students to evaluate sources at beginning of semester
*This exercise prepares students to curate on their own Step 1 - Ask students to curate Tweets on a current social topic
Step 2 - Ask students to synthesize the Tweets by an argument http://bit.ly/curatetweets PROJECT BASED LEARNING! SAMPLE ASSIGNMENT GUIDE
Online Multimodal Research Project Guide
*Protect students' identity! SAMPLE PROJECT RUBRIC
ONLINE MULTIMODAL PROJECT RUBRIC
* In class, students tweet and share their projects "A FLIPPED CLASSROOM: STUDENTS AS CURATORS WITH STORIFY" SHERRY JONES
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http://bit.ly/storify2012 PSST . . . 2 STORIFY SETUP TIPS!
1. Add on all search engines before searching
2. Click SAVE to privatize; Click PUBLISH to publicize Storify! Idea 3 Storify for Gamifying the Classroom Step 1 - Curate games for teaching logic, problem solving, or concept
Step 2 - Ask students to play games in class
Step 3 - Ask student to answer questions about games http://bit.ly/gamify2012 Idea 6 Sample Students Tweets!
(Broadcast Your Findings!) http://www.twitter.com