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CU Boulder Symposium Keynote: Literacies for Every Season of Their Lives April 2015

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CU Boulder Symposium Keynote: Literacies for Every Season of Their Lives April 2015

  1. 1. PRESENTED BY BUFFY J. HAMILTON CU Boulder Symposium Expanding the Dialog: Colorado K12 and Higher Education Information Literacy Collaboration April 25, 2015 CC image via https://flic.kr/p/8GJZtU
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  3. 3. what narratives of literacy learning and practices will schools and libraries value, sanction, privilege? CC image via http://www.flickr.com/photos/dvortygirl/2445114424/sizes/o/
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  5. 5. a context to serve as… Camera designed by Okan Benn from The Noun Project http://thenounproject.com/noun/camera/#icon-No1267
  6. 6. The Third Teacher. "Hack Class: Shape Your Ecology, Empower Learning at SXSWedu 2013." Hack Class: Shape Your Ecology, Empower Learning at SXSWedu 2013. SlideShare, 7 Mar. 2013. Web. 06 May 2013. <http://www.slideshare.net/thethirdteacher/hac-kclass-tttpresov1>. Librarian as designer and learning architect Creating a culture of curiosity, questioning, problem solving Practices with library mission and institutional strategic plan
  7. 7. 1 INQUIRY AND SEARCH Dwelling in questions and processes Image via Microsoft Clip Gallery
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  10. 10. Framework for Information Literacy Authority Is Constructed and Contextual Information Creation as a Process Information Has Value RESEARCH AS INQUIRY Scholarship as Conversation SEARCHING AS STRATEGIC EXPLORATION
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  13. 13. Research as Inquiry: Challenges choosing and narrowing a topic developing questions and sub-questions for research processing complex informationmonitoring gathered information and assess for gaps or weaknessesorganizing information in meaningful wayssynthesizing ideas gathered from multiple sourcesdrawing reasonable conclusions based on the analysis and interpretation of informationmaking inferences and connecting ideasdeveloping persistence, adaptability, and flexibilityembracing uncertainty and messiness of learningself-evaluation
  14. 14. Research as Inquiry: Challenges building background knowledgeexploring and determining best sources for information seeking contextidentifying and building keywords and the vocabulary of the topicidentifying scholars and expertsutilizing divergent and convergent thinkingdeveloping a diverse range of effective search strategieseffective notetaking evaluating information and authority in context of information seeking taskselecting search tools strategicallyapproaching search with persistenceself-evaluation
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  16. 16. Image used with permission of Dr. Barbara Stripling Wonder Investigate Construct Reflect
  17. 17. Connect/ Initiate Wonder/ Selection Investigate/ Exploration Collect/Formulate/ Construct Express/ Present/ Share Reflect/ Assess Building prior knowledge; connecting information to self; gaining background information and context; can be individual or collaborative. Begin developing questions (essential questions and guiding questions); make predictions/hypothesis Find and evaluate information to answer questions, test hypothesis, refine questions and topic. Think about information to illuminate new questions and hypotheses. Construct new understandings connected to previous knowledge Connect essential questions to new understandings and insights Draw conclusions Revisit information and find additional information as needed to take next steps toward answering essential and guiding questions. Apply understandings to a new context, new learning situation Express new ideas to share learning with others Reflect Self-assessment Identify future questions for inquiry Identify how work/learning artifacts reflect specific learning standards, skills, processes. Affective/Emotional Responses Uncertainty Optimism Confusion/Frustration/ Doubt Clarity Recursive/ cyclical Confidence, Sense of Direction Satisfaction in skills done well; honest assessments of things that may be improved in future efforts.
  18. 18. Appreciation Presearch Search Interpretation Communication Evaluation
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  20. 20. Learning Targets Strategies and Learning Structures Assessments
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  22. 22. KWLs, Written Conversations/Write-Arounds, LibGuides, Fishbowl discussions, Presearch Search Term Mapping, using Making Thinking Visible learning structures/strategies Connect Written Conversations/Write-Arounds, Inquiry Circles, Research Design Proposal, Question Lenses Wonder Search strategies, speed dating research, online discussions, exploration of many types of sources, evaluating “authority”, small and large group share activities, research conferences (small group and 1:1), research reflections roundtables, citation instruction with EasyBib Investigate Graphic organizers, notecards, mindmapping, Making Thinking Visible learning structures/strategies Construct Drafting, multigenre or multimodal compositions, graphic organizers for planning various kinds of compositions (traditional and nontraditional) Express Portfolios, performance, demonstration, presentation (solo and group), ticket out the door, checklists, observation, surveys, self-assessment, rubrics: formative and summative Reflect
  23. 23. Writing as a medium for thinking Collaborative work (individual to small group to large group)CC image via https://flic.kr/p/9xgkgZ
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  26. 26. Research as Inquiry: Challenges
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  30. 30. Research as Inquiry: Challenges
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  35. 35. Research as Inquiry: Challenges
  36. 36. The American Dream A thinking routine for connecting new ideas to prior knowledge Connect • How are the ideas and information presented CONNECTED to what you already knew about the American Dream? Extend • What new ideas did you get that EXTENDED or pushed your thinking about the American Dream in new directions? Challenge • What is still CHALLENGING or confusing for you to get your mind around? What questions, wonderings or puzzles do you now have?
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  41. 41. Research as Inquiry: Challenges
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  44. 44. Research as Inquiry: Challenges
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  51. 51. Research as Inquiry: Challenges
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  58. 58. Research as Inquiry: Challenges
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  62. 62. Research as Inquiry: Challenges
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  67. 67. Research as Inquiry: Challenges
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  74. 74. 2 EXTERNAL INFLUENCES The constellation of challenges shaping our work and roles CC image via https://flic.kr/p/9Jtr7i
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  76. 76. TESTING National, state, local and its role in both student and teacher assessment
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  78. 78. STAFFING CHALLENGES AND TRENDS Library and Teaching Faculty: Numbers, Values, Attitudes, Perceptions, and Quality
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  80. 80. QUESTIONS ABOUT BEST PRACTICES Challenging the sacred tenants of school librarianship
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  82. 82. CURRICULUM Trends and impact on library instruction and instructional design
  83. 83. THE PARTICIPATION GAP The “haves” and “have nots” of participation and academic capital
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  85. 85. FUNDING Inequitable funding and insufficient budgets
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  87. 87. PHYSICAL SPACES AND DESIGN Square footage and design drivers for learning experiences
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  89. 89. SILOS AND BLIND SPOTS How and when we may limit our perspectives and vision
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  96. 96. contact information buffy.hamilton@gmail.com http://theunquietlibrarian.wordpress.com http://buffyjhamilton.wordpress.com Twitter: @buffyjhamilton
  97. 97. For More Reading Extended Inquiry Project, Fall 2014
  98. 98. For More Reading Media 21, 2009-2012
  99. 99. Works Cited Please visit http://easybib.com/key/c33668 for the complete bibliography of resources referenced in this presentation.

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