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  1. Jul 2020
    1. Internet Reciprocal Teaching Promotes the Five CsCreativity: Students use divergent-thinking skills to generate their own questions and keywords for online searches. Their final projects require them to creatively express their own point of view. Communication: Students share what they learn as they work in small groups and with the whole class. They communicate with a wider audience by posting on a class blog. Collaboration: Students create collaborative knowledge through Internet inquiry and social interactions. They comment on one another's work using technologies such as VoiceThread and support one another through instant messaging. Critical Thinking: When using the Internet, students build the text they read, choosing which links to follow and which to ignore. The nonlinear nature of online reading helps support critical thinking. Students also learn to question the perspective and bias of online sources. Comprehension: Students learn important online reading skills, such as how to distinguish news articles from blog posts and editorials. They carefully read texts they encounter online to understand and evaluate different perspectives.

      The 5 C's.

    2. Making meaning during online reading requires students to combine multiple streams of information from text, video, and audio sources.

      this gives students different ways of taking in and ultimately retaining information.

    1. Each requires additional reading and/or writing skills to take full advantage of its affordances. In addition, new tools for lit-eracy will appear on the Internet tomorrow with additional, New Litera-cies required to use them effectively.

      Things are constantly changing.

    1. SAMR in 120 Seconds

      Substitution: Same task. New tech replaces old tech. Augmentation: Same task. Increase in functionality. Modification: Redesign parts of the task. Redefinition: Create new tasks, once unimaginable.

    1. The research is clear: Learning is irresistible and life-changing when it connects personal interests to meaningful relationships and real-world opportunity.

      This is the key. We need to make connections with our lessons and our students likes/interests.

    1. Web Literacy Map Version 1.5: Read, Write, and Participate for a Better Web

      "Literacy is a culturally defined social act" Check out: teach.mozilla.org for different guidelines. Children in todays day and age are being raised on/with technology.

    1. Simply stated, students are often not provided with opportunities in school to practice the web literacies necessary to read, write, and participate on the web.

      In school we were often taught how to use the individual program we were focusing on but not the general use of using the web and being able to function on it properly.

    2. Definitely read more of her work

      Quote: "Bridging the gap between education and technology"