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A Great Poster on The 6 Questions Critical Thinker Asks | Educational Technology & Mobile Learning

A Great Poster on The 6 Questions Critical Thinker Asks | Educational Technology & Mobile Learning | Källkritik och informationskompetens | Scoop.it


In an earlier post here in Educational Technology and Mobile Learning I talked about the 8 elements of the critical thinking process and I argued that critical thinking is  a cognitive process that requires disruptive patterns of thinking, ones that question the status quo of propositions and leads to the creation of alternative lines of reasoning.


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Information Literacy and EdTech: Using the Web Wisely

Information Literacy and EdTech: Using the Web Wisely | Källkritik och informationskompetens | Scoop.it
I just discovered I am the worse internet researcher on the planet.  This last application assignment has set my braincells on fire! Help. In my current  masters level course, I'm learning about in...

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Jane Sowter-Maranion's curator insight, July 15, 2013 7:49 PM

Teacher Librarians are knowledgeable and qualified to teach web research skills to students.

Lucy Wyatt's curator insight, October 10, 2013 10:00 AM

Issues in preparing K-12 students for research.

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Content Curation: A Key Skill Needed By 21st-Century School Librarians

Content Curation: A Key Skill Needed By 21st-Century School Librarians | Källkritik och informationskompetens | Scoop.it

Robin Good: School librarians may be one of the new change-making roles in the educational revolution silently taking place. Their role as organizers, collectors and guides to relevant information is a skillset that is not only in growing demand by the marketplace, but which perfectly fits the learning needs of today students / tomorrow information workers.

 

Joyce Valenza and Shannon Miller, who recently presented at the Building Learning Communities conference, think that we are about to witness a "golden age" of librarianship and that there are five skills that information / school librarians need to cultivate.

 

The first of these is curation.

 

"Given the unprecedented quantity of information learners are exposed to, the librarian’s role is more important than ever.

 

Librarians help all students gain access to, evaluate, ethically use, create, share, and synthesize information.

 

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Students have long documented their research in notebooks, bibliographies, and research papers, but the presenters described these containers as inadequate for the digital landscape.

 

In the 20th century, content was king, but in this millennium, curation has emerged as the new monarch.

 

Valenza and Miller highlighted emerging technologies that help students showcase their progress as they acquire, organize, contextualize, and archive both existing content and new learning.

 

...The presenters stressed the value of teaching learners to purposefully contribute to society’s collective intelligence.

 

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School librarians, with their specialized training and background in collecting, organizing, preserving, and disseminating information, must now teach their patrons—students and educators alike—to perform these tasks."

 

Relevant. 7/10

 

Full article: http://www.eschoolnews.com/2012/08/02/five-key-roles-for-21st-century-school-librarians/

 

 

 

 


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Universal Design Learning Visually Explained for Teachers ~ Educational Technology and Mobile Learning

Universal Design Learning Visually Explained for Teachers ~ Educational Technology and Mobile Learning | Källkritik och informationskompetens | Scoop.it

Universal Design Learning is a framework for learning that includes all students. Being grounded in socio-cultural theory, UDL views learning environments and social interactions as being key elements in development and learning. In UDL students are allowed to express their learning in a variety of ways.


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Preparing our students for Web 3.0 learning

How do we prepare out students for Web 3.0 learning? This slide show by Judy O'Connell provides us an opportunity to look back in time, from what we might refer to as Web 0 and the journey to where we are today and where we are heading. Many define Web 2.0 as the social web. Web 3.0 will be defined by data, and the ability to link data in new ways. Many excellent resources are embedded within this slide show, so find some time to pull up your chair and learn more about what the future may hold.


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How to Ask a Smart Question| The Committed Sardine

How to Ask a Smart Question| The Committed Sardine | Källkritik och informationskompetens | Scoop.it

Asking questions is a great way to enhance the learning process both in school and later on in life. Unfortunately the human fallacy here is that we sometimes don't feel the need to truly think before we ask these questions, which can lead to frustration, disappointment, and resentment—everything except learning the knowledge we seek—when we don't get the answer we were expecting. There is definitely a science behind asking smart questions, and this article lays it out rather nicely.

 


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