Text of #ISTE2015 Online Learning Network: Blended and Online Learning Extravaganza
1. Online Learning Network
2. Online and Blended Learning Extravaganza
3. Jared OLeary Jared.Oleary@asu.edu www.JaredOLeary.com
4. Merging Inquiry-Based Approaches with Aspects of Participatory Culture in Online Learning Jared OLeary
5. Choosing Where to Start Early Music in North America? Large Ensemble Music? Vernacular Music?
6. Competencies as Inquiries Describe the culturally diverse nature of American music, using specific supporting examples from folk, popular, and classical styles. How have cultures influenced folk music? When have cultures influenced popular music? Why have cultures influenced classical music?
7. Collective Intelligence
9. Process Focused
10. Inquiry-Based Learning
11. How has music served as propaganda? Why has some music been banned? When is music nationalistic? How did slavery influence music? Why are minstrel shows problematic? How does music impact horror video games? Sample Inquiry Questions
12. Distributed Cognition
13. Modelling Inquiry
15. Respawns = no punishments for trying again
16. Respawns = no punishments for trying again
17. Real-World Practices
18. Personalized Learning through Collaboration
19. Participatory culture Inquiry-based learning Personalized and collaborative learning Its not about what we know Takeaways
20. Henry Jenkins Participatory Culture James Paul Gee Affinity Groups/Spaces If You are Interested . . .
46. Egocentrism over e-mail: Can we communicate as well as we think? By Kruger, Justin; Epley, Nicholas; Parker, Jason; Ng, Zhi- Wen, Journal of Personality and Social Psychology. 2005 Dec Vol 89(6) 925-936) http://faculty.chicagobooth.edu/nicholas.epley/Krugeretal05.pdf By StockMonkeys.com Research
56. Come see me. There were some sections of this paper that were very effective. Id like to talk with you about the parts that need additional work so that you can resubmit and improve your grade. Message + TONE
57. Use your phone
58. Read it Aloud
59. Thank You! Michele Gill @MicheleOnline Use More Words!
60. Isabela Santiago firstname.lastname@example.org @belasantiago11
61. Spark Reading! Through Online Lit Circles Isabela Santiago Newburgh Enlarged City School District Isabela.Santiago@necsd.net @belasantiago11
62. Have you seen these looks before?
63. "Digital Gurus"
64. By Chance Gina Delatte 11th Gr. English Teacher at Newburgh Free Academy Newburgh, NY Isabela Santiago Instructional Coach at Gardnertown School Newburgh, NY At NECSD
65. The Brainstorming Sessions
66. Newburgh Reading Buddies was born... EST. 2015
67. Two Novels Two 5th Grade Classes
68. Using a blog site.
69. 5th Graders at GFMS
70. The virtual meet
71. Reading Buddies Adrianna 11th Gr. Honors Student Alyssa 5th Gr. Student
72. 5th Graders at GFMS Working hard in the lab
73. Technology-supported Engagement and Collaboration.... What are the outcomes?
74. Finally face to face
75. ...the Reading Buddies meet
76. Start Building... Teams Initiate Collaborate Engage
78. Susan Poyo email@example.com @spoyo
79. Partnering with Virtual Schools: Transforming Teacher Prep Susan Poyo, M.S. Ed.
96. Jennifer Culver Culver.firstname.lastname@example.org @jenniferlculver
97. Wrap them in a SCARF Jennifer Culver
98. SCARF Model Status Certainty Autonomy Relatedness Fairness
100. Threats to Status
101. Status SCARF Solutions
103. Threats to Certainty
104. Certainty SCARF Solutions
106. Threats to Autonomy
107. Autonomy SCARF Solutions
109. Threats to Relatedness
110. Relatedness SCARF Solutions
112. Threats to Fairness
113. Fairness SCARF Solutions
114. SCARF At Play When They Say. Its stupid. Steven said last year you didnt take off points for late work. I didnt get it. I dont have time. My group members are stupid. Its not what I thought it would be. Underlying SCARF Issues
115. Thank you!
116. Susan Oxnevad CoolToolsFor21stCenturyLearners. com @soxnevad