NETS 3: Model Digital-Age Work and Learning
a. Demonstrate fluency in technology systems and the transfer of current knowledge to new
technologies and situations.
b. Collaborate with students, peers, parent and community members using digital tools and
resources to support student success and innovation.
c. Communicate relevant information and ideas effectively to student, parents, and peers using a
variety of digital-age media and formats.
d. Model and facilitate effective use of current and emerging digital tools to locate, analyze,
evaluate, and use information resources to support research and learning.
Organization of the Non-Fiction Section of the Library
This artifact was designed to show students how current knowledge can be transferred into digital tools. Through this digital tool information can be conveyed for student success and learning either individually or as a whole group. This artifact could be posted on the classroom blog as well as used in the classroom setting. Talkshoe is a free Web.20 tool that can be used by students as well as teachers.
Artifact: Slideshare to Inspire Reading
This artifact was created to catch students attention to reading over the summer. Through the use of technology students were more engaged to the presentation and incline to seek the reading materials presented using this format.
Artifact: Harritt Library Media Webpage
This artifact illustrates the ability to communicate the happenings of the classroom, by the teacher to those outside the classroom walls using digital media. This blog was created in Blogger.
Artifact: Peer Collaborate Website
This artifact was created as a collaborative tool while working with a colleague in the library media department. This website focuses on units that were taught in the library media and technology instruction time. This site as well as the lessons were created by Diana Wanek and Debra Barnes.
Artifact: Peer Collaboration using TitanPad
This artifact shows the use of TitanPad as a collaborative tool when working on team projects. This tool was used for collaborative work between Diana Wanek and Debra Barnes on the creation of our eportfolios. TitanPad is a free Web 2.0 tool much like Google Doc.
Artifact: Professional Learning Community Collaboration
This artifact shows how Google Doc was used for collaboration prior to and during the monthly meetings of the West Salem Elementary Library Professional Learning Community ( West-PLC).