Literacy, CfE and ICT

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Ollie Bray's presentation on Literacy, ICT and the Curriculum for Excellence. This presenation was first delivered at Drumond Community High School, Edinburgh.

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1. Literacy and ICTOllie BrayNational AdviserEmerging Technologies in LearningLearning and Teaching Scotlandwww.ltscotland.org.uk 2. ltscotland.org.uk 3. wordle.net 4. Literacy and CfEAll practitioners in each sector, in each department and in all settings have a responsibility to develop, reinforce and extend the skills which are set out in the literacy experiences and outcomes.Literacy and English Principles and Practice 2009 5. What are you thinking? 6. Definition of literacyLiteracy is the set of skills which allows an individual to engage fully in society and in learning, through the different forms of language which society values and finds useful.Literacy and English Principles and Practice 2009 7. Is it useful?Do we value it? 8. Is it useful?Why?Do we value it? 9. Is it useful?Do we value it? 10. Source: Classical Comics 11. Source: Classical Comics 12. Source: Classical Comics 13. Definition of literacyThe literacy experiences and outcomes apply across the curriculum, in all aspects of learning and all subject areas.Literacy and English Principles and Practice 2009 14. GTC Standard for Full Registration 15. Definition of textsAtext is the medium through whichideas, experiences, opinions and information can be communicated.Literacy and English Principles and Practice 2009 16. Examples of texts (1)novels, short stories, plays, poemsreference textsthe spoken wordcharts, maps, graphs and timetables 17. Examples of texts (2)advertisements and promotional leafletscomics, newspapers and magazinesCVs, letters and emailsfilms, games and TV programmeslabels, signs and posters 18. Examples of texts (3)recipes, manuals and instructionsreports and reviewstext messages, blogs and social networking sitesweb pages, catalogues and directories 19. listening & talking 20. distributionofskills 21. understanding ourstudents 22. 23. 24. I hate geographyBray, he was off his head again todayGone, gone but not forgotten. Now we dont have PowerPoint presentations any more 25. A beta lifethe relationships that young peopleaged 12-24 have with technology 26. 8 devices5 activities25% agree thatturn on their computer 27. A quarter of young people interviewed text or IM friends they are physically with at the time123 friends 28. data 29. 30. friends 31. Are children the same asthey used to be? 32. engagingourstudents 33. learninggoodpedagogylearninginterest /engagementJames Paul Gee 34. Innovative teachingRegistered teachers skillfully adopt and deploy a wide variety of innovative resources, including ICT and, where appropriate, the outdoor environment.GTCS Standard for Full Registation 35. 36. tools 37. 38. output 39. 40. audience 41. WWW 42. World Wide Wall Display 43. 44. 45. 46. 47. 48. www.comicbrush.com 49. 50. 51. digitalgeography.co.uk 52. digital literacy 53. Critical Literacy in the Digital AgeTo help me develop an informed view, I am exploring the techniques used to influence my opinion. I can recognise persuasion and assess the reliability of information and credibility and value of my resources.Literacy Level 3 54. Information literacy 55. 'This article needs additional citation for verification''This article reads like an advertisement'This article contradicts itself'This article contradicts another articleThe factual accuracy is disputed 56. 57. 58. 59. 60. 61. 62. 63. 64. 65. 66. 67. 68. 69. final thoughts 70. change?Credit: Bill Boyd 71. CPDVs 72. ltscotland.org.uk/cpdfind 73. ltscotland.org.uk 74. ltscotland.org.uk/itunesu 75. ltscotland.org.uk/consolarium 76. literacyadviser.wordpress.com 77. olliebray.com 78. o.bray@ltscotland.org.ukwww.olliebray.com@olliebray