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Media Literacy in the '21st Century School'
Transcript of Media Literacy in the '21st Century School'
"21st Century School" the players Rhys Daunic, co-founder of The Media Spot, helps educators integrate media literacy concepts into their curricula through digital media production, and publishes related resources at themediaspot.org. Rhys also works with Dan and AUSSIE as an educational technology consultant, is on the editorial board of the Journal of Media Literacy Education, and was recently elected to the NAMLE Board of Directors. For the past decade, Daniel Storchan has taught, consulted, and collaborated with New York City schools to integrate technology and media literacy into traditional curricula. Currently, Dan is the Educational Technology Manager for the NYC based professional development organization, AUSSIE, and divides his time between growing his team, and school-based consultancy. http://themediaspot.org http://aussiepd.com The Media Spot builds media literacy by producing multimedia messages with youth and educators in their learning environments. AUSSIE is committed to raising student achievement by providing professional development that improves instructional practices. Our approach to professional development is based on a genuine partnership pursuing common goals. Rhys & Dan are also
buddies -- going back to
their days in the Media Studies
program at The New School --
who hang out, talk shop and
music, and play tennis and poker
together from time to time. The Obama administration has declared that it is their intention to bring our schools into the 21st century by helping them integrate technology into their curricula. To date, national standards for educational technology have been broad, allowing curriculum developers to address them according to their overall teaching and learning priorities, available technology resources, and level of teacher training. Simultaneously, new standards for literacy and social studies are increasingly mentioning the development of '21st century skills' among student outcomes. This environment provides ripe opportunities to bridge the core concepts of media literacy with the integration technology within the transformation of school curricula.
For the past decade Rhys and Dan have consulted and collaborated with New York City schools to integrate media literacy and technology into traditional curricula. This presentation will demonstrate how the schools we work with are transforming curricula and school culture through integrated curriculum mapping, whole-school planning, and units of study involving digital media production.
Participants will see how focused professional development has helped learning communities bridge technology and media literacy concepts with existing standards, and created interdisciplinary teachable moments to build capacity while preparing students to compete and thrive in their media-saturated world. online resources FIND THIS PRESENTATION, AGENDA & ALL RESOURCES ONLINE
Visit http://themediaspot.org/namle09 OR http://www.aussiepd.com/namle09 (same content) for all resources presented in this session, and to leave comments for Dan or Rhys.
FEEDBACK & NOTES ON TWITTER Sign in at http://twitter.com and tweet your feedback, thoughts and discussion questions during this session. Be sure to include the hashtag "#namle" to share all feedback with the rest of the conference and the folks following at home! Integrating Media Literacy Education with Technology & Traditional Standards Sunday August 2, 2009 obstacles & needs what we've got to talk about... Amazing Stories All the right moves Guiding Question:
What keeps you up at night? "THE 21ST CENTURY SCHOOL" our summary broad strokes from the prez the agenda Everything we do today will be
available for everyone online... intro to the "21st Century School" Guiding Question:
What the !@#$% is a "21st Century School?" readily available & cheap technology
almost limitless access to information (good & bad)
many-to-many publishing & social networking
global collaboration and communication opportunities flux
capacitor the new/old standards The Core Principals of Media Literacy Education ISTE National Technology Standards (NETS) Partnership for 21st Century Skills NCTE National Standards for Literacy Students learn best when? Teachers teach best when? 1) Dealing with massive amounts of information;
2) Global communication, starting with Kindergarten;
3) Becoming self-directed learners, and learning how to organize their own learning. Guiding Question: How do we customize instruction and meet the needs of all learners? Establishing Relationships Guiding Question: How do we help teachers transform their classrooms into 21st century teaching and learning communities? Rethinking the Role of Students:
"Students as Contributor" --Alan November
Tutorial Designers (Screencasts)
2) Official Scribes (Blogs, Wikis)
3) Researchers (Customized Search Engine)
4) Collaboration Coordinators (Skype, Google Docs/Forms)
5) Curriculum Review Specialists (Podcasts, Vodcasts) action plans, goals & maps Guiding Question:
How will YOU take the next step towards integrating the core principals of media literacy education, and educational technology standards into your pedagogy? Guiding Question: What does successful integration of these various standards look like, taking into account the typical obstacles K-12 educators confront daily? Next Steps Explore your school's vision for media literacy/technology integration.
Collaborate with teachers in your building/intervisitation
Attend a conference -- face to face/virtually
Join a network (Classroom 2.0, Innovative Educator)
Consult with your school-based/district technology integration specialist
Align your curriculum map with the 21st century skills, Media Literacy, & ISTE standards some stats "Did you know?" (2008) YouTube.com Address: January 2009 Courtesy of http://thefischbowl.blogspot.com/
Remixed a little by The Media Spot Top three 21st Century Skills
(Alan November) where we are going with this the "new" world how the game has changed: "A Vision of K-12 Students Today" Recognizing what makes the "New World" new
Adapting to New Standards
Synthesizing the new with the old (Mapping "All the Right Moves" coming soon...) Create Integrated
Curriculum Maps What today's Teachers Need What today's Students Need media literacy through collaborative
(classroom production process) canada webquest in queens Collaborate on Action Plans & Set Teacher Goals Top 10 words in some emerging standards: How do these standards connect? Share this map at:
http://tinyurl.com/mxftxj life in the LES
(digital documentary project) notes compiled on twitter #namle expanded definition of "literacy" promote the development of critical thinking skills neccessary to independently 'read', 'write', and make meaning of and through messages in a variety of forms
promote the basic skills and understanding of the languages necessary to independently 'read' and 'write' effective messages in various forms of media (print, video, audio, etc.)
instill confidence in the ability to adapt those skills and concepts to emerging forms of communication
connect and transfer the fundamentals of literacy to other forms of real world communication and problem solving notes compiled on twitter #namle Colonial History/Revolutionary War Unit
Voicethreads and Curriculum Map Source: Pat Wagner, AUSSIE
Blog: Building a Beta Web