ET630 Agenda Class 3
- Web Search Warmup:
- What two historical documents were linked from the main White
House Page in October 1997?
- Questions and Announcements
- Thanks to Ashley and Teresa are doing the summary last class
- Natalie and Lisa are tonight
- Liz and Sam are next class
- Don't forget you are required to comment on the class summary
before next class
- Natalie sent me this
article about a telecollaborative project her niece is doing. I'm
hoping she can Skype in and talk to us about it.
- Harris, "Curriculum
- Internet Projects - Interpersonal Exchange
- Web 2.0 in the Classroom - The Flat Classroom Project
- Telecollaborative Brainstorm:
- Think about your curriculum and think of 2 or 3 areas
that might benefit from a connection with other classes via the
- Brainstorm ideas for projects in that curricular area.
- Share with the class (note other students who might
have overlapping interests with whom you might develop a project
- Web 2.0 Sharing
- Web 2.0 Quick Hit: Video to YouTube: http://youtu.be/QJnQQK9u0jc
- Time of video: 1 minute
- Total time to create and put on YouTube: 3 minutes
- Three to five volunteers to share something new in their Web
- Discuss Collier, "In Praise of the Internet: Shifting Focus and Engaging Critical Thinking Skills"
- Fake Web sites
- Remember, "Everything on the Web isn't true" is just Step 1.
- What will it take...
- Nazis on the Web: Group
- Discuss: Does Facebook (or Pinterest or Tumblr or Twitter or ...) change critical information literacy?
- Scaffolding Critical Information Literacy
- In grade-level groups, think about what students at your
grade level can be expected to know about critical information literacy
- List at least two or three things
- Brainstorm ideas for an activity that might teach these things
- Group 1: Lisa, Sam, Jesse S.
- Group 2: Natalie, Becky, Matt
- Group 3: Julie, Sarah, Liz, Cheryl
- Group 4: Amy, Stephanie, Mandy
- Group 5: Jess F., Teresa, Ashley
- Put it together
- If we put all our learning together, will students be able to
progress through school with a strong sense of critical infromation
- If not, what are we missing?
- Brainstorm Critical Information Literacy on the Web
- In your groups, brainstorm age-appropriate topics
to explore in the format of the Nazis on the Web activity.
- Look for websites that you could use with one of those
- Each group should email to the class a list of at least
potential topics, a paragraph about one topic that was selected, and a
list of websites that provide a variety of perspectives on the topic.
- Review of Introduction to Creating Web Pages
- Additional Web Page Creation Sources
- Using Your Loyola Web Space
to Student Personal Web Pages at Loyola
- Test out loading pages into your Web space
- Create a simple Web page (or use one you already
- Log in to your G:\ Drive and copy a file into the
- If you are on a Loyola computer, you can just copy to
the G:\ drive in My Computer
- If you are on a laptop, you will need to follow the directions
for accessing the G:\ drive from home on Windows
- Find your page online
- "username" should be your username (that you use to
login to WebAdvisor, Moodle, etc.)
- "foldername" should be the name of the folder you
put the file in on the server (if any)
- "filename.html" is the name of the file, which can
be omitted if the file name is index.html
- Probably Next Time: Web Page Creation with KompoZer
- KompoZer has some issues - quit and restart KompoZer if
something stops working
- Aptana - good for editing
code (not WYSIWYG)
- Probably Next Time: In small groups, discuss The
Case of "Black Invention Myths" (or the alternative
- What does the Marcovitz chapter, Critical Information Literacy
(on Moodle), say is wrong with the site?
- What would the Bruce article, Credibility
of the Web. say about this?
- What would the different approaches to reading, from the Bruce
article, say about this site?
- What about sites like http://www.martinlutherking.org/
(warning: content is not appropriate for all ages and sensibilities)
- Peters, Chapters 4 and 5
- Read Facebook
in First Grade
- Respond to Class Summary
- Install KompoZer on
your computers (it is free) if you haven't already
- I am using version 0.8b3; be sure you get the English
- Keep working on your Web 2.0 Blog Assignment (including posting and responding to others)
- Start thinking about ideas for telecollaborative projects and critical information literacy projects.
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This page was prepared by: David
M. Marcovitz, Ph.D.
Last updated: January 28, 2013
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