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High School Curriculum for the 21 st Century: The Wiki Way Reuven Werber reuw@macam. High School Curriculum for the 21 st Century: The Wiki Way Reuven Werber [email protected] ac. il Twitter - @reuw

Living in the Information Age Information Glut Living in the Information Age Information Glut

The Google Generation – How Do They Cope? • “the information literacy of young The Google Generation – How Do They Cope? • “the information literacy of young people, has not improved with the widening access to technology: in fact, their apparent facility with computers disguises some worrying problems. ” • “internet research shows that the speed of young people’s web searching means that little time is spent in evaluating information, either for relevance, accuracy or authority. ”

The Google Generation - 2 • “Young people have a poor understanding of their The Google Generation - 2 • “Young people have a poor understanding of their information needs and thus find it difficult to develop effective search strategies. ” • “…the key point is that information skills have to be developed during formative school years and that remedial information literacy programmes at university level are likely to be ineffective. ” – Centre for Information Behaviour and the Evaluation of Research. (2008). Information behaviour of the researcher of the future. London: University College. Retrieved on February 2, 2008 from http: //www. ucl. ac. uk/slais/research/ciber/downloads/

How Do We Produce Students Capable of Coping in the Information Age? How Do We Produce Students Capable of Coping in the Information Age?

Neveh Channah HS for Girls Alon Shvut, Israel Girls HS – grades 9 -12, Neveh Channah HS for Girls Alon Shvut, Israel Girls HS – grades 9 -12, 250+ students, Modern Orthodox Jewish, partial dorming, rich social & community activities. Infolit – ICT based curriculum. Located 20 kms. South of Jerusalem.

Aims of Integrated Information Literacy – Inquiry Learning Curriculum at NC – Acquiring and Aims of Integrated Information Literacy – Inquiry Learning Curriculum at NC – Acquiring and improving Information Processing skills – Intelligent usage of ICT skills – Acquiring Inquiry Research skills in a wide range of subjects – Developing Collaborative Work skills Skills for the 21 st Century

Acquiring and Improving Information Processing Skills – Asking meaningful questions – Defining the problem Acquiring and Improving Information Processing Skills – Asking meaningful questions – Defining the problem – Defining the type of information necessary to solve the problem – Choosing sources of reliable and relevant information. – Locating and evaluating the information – Classifying and saving the information – Utilizing the information ethically, synthesizing it into a coherent knowledge product which solves the information problem. – Presenting the product in an esthetic, coherent way.

Acquiring and Improving Information Processing Skills • Utilizing Eisenberg & Berkowitz' Big Six Information Acquiring and Improving Information Processing Skills • Utilizing Eisenberg & Berkowitz' Big Six Information Skills – Information Problem Solving Process Model - University of Syracuse School of Information Studies http: //big 6. com/

Intelligent Use of ICT Skills – Open Applications • word processor • electronic spreadsheet Intelligent Use of ICT Skills – Open Applications • word processor • electronic spreadsheet • presentation software – Digital databases • electronic library catalogue • digital encyclopedias • bibliographic databases

Intelligent Use of ICT Skills – Internet Sources – Presented in Digital School Campus Intelligent Use of ICT Skills – Internet Sources – Presented in Digital School Campus - MOODLE • Email, online forums, discussion groups, social networks • Use of web pages, online internet databases, blogs • Publishing web pages, blogs and wikis • Use of other online web 2. 0 applications – Producing Multimedia • Digital photography, scanning and processing digital images • Recording and editing audio and video clips • Publishing and online embedding of multimedia products

Acquiring Inquiry Research Skills in a Wide Range of Subjects • Natural Sciences • Acquiring Inquiry Research Skills in a Wide Range of Subjects • Natural Sciences • History • Geography • Judaic Studies • Arts • English Language and Literature

Developing Collaborative Work Skills – Local & Distant – Building a work team – Developing Collaborative Work Skills – Local & Distant – Building a work team – Distributing tasks – Making binding decisions – Creating collaborative products

21 st Century Learning Skills Bloom's Revised Taxonomy http: //edorigami. wikispaces. com/Bloom%27 s+Digital+Taxonomy 21 st Century Learning Skills Bloom's Revised Taxonomy http: //edorigami. wikispaces. com/Bloom%27 s+Digital+Taxonomy

Bloom's Digital Taxonomy A. Churches http: //edorigami. wikispaces. com/Bloom%27 s+Digital+Taxonomy Bloom's Digital Taxonomy A. Churches http: //edorigami. wikispaces. com/Bloom%27 s+Digital+Taxonomy

Info. Lit – ICT Projects at NC Info. Lit – ICT Projects at NC

Historical Geography Most Important Biblical Location • Outcome – MS-Publisher Brochure about Biblical Site Historical Geography Most Important Biblical Location • Outcome – MS-Publisher Brochure about Biblical Site • Project Skills – Finding, Scanning Embedding Images – Conveying Non-Verbal Messages – Locating Sources of Information – Engaging the Sources – Evaluating Information Sources

Historical Geography Most Important Biblical Site – Rules of Bibliographic Citation – Planning the Historical Geography Most Important Biblical Site – Rules of Bibliographic Citation – Planning the MS-Publisher Publication – Creating Knowledge –Working and assessing from a rubric

Biology – Vitamins and the Human Body Project – Team chooses Vitamin or other Biology – Vitamins and the Human Body Project – Team chooses Vitamin or other nutritional supplement – Team does literature survey on effect of vitamins on humans – Team proposes research project about vitamin to receive research grant

Weekly Bible Portions Wiki – Team chooses Bible Portion – Team researches internet and Weekly Bible Portions Wiki – Team chooses Bible Portion – Team researches internet and written sources for Bible Portion lessons – Team posts 3 annotated links to lessons on the wikibook – Team summarizes one lesson and writes a piece relating the Bible portion to their own lives – Outcome – Collaborative Online Bible Portion Wiki. Book

From Jerusalem to Montreal International Collaborative English Literature Project – English Matriculation Research Project From Jerusalem to Montreal International Collaborative English Literature Project – English Matriculation Research Project – Collaboration with Lower Canada College – Montreal – Project interfaced on collaborative wiki – Students exchange profiles and get to know each other – Students study their own literature and then share with colleagues. – Students research topics and post to wiki – Students carry out formative peer reviewing and rewrite research

Student Peer Review on Jerusalem - MTL Project emassoud writes: Hey Reut! I’m Erika Student Peer Review on Jerusalem - MTL Project emassoud writes: Hey Reut! I’m Erika and I read your research project. First of all, I’d like to say that you did a good job on your wiki page. You provided the reader with good information that was easy to read, and the pictures were great. I learned many different things about the Nachlaot Neighborhood. One of the things that struck me the most, was the significant history of the small neighborhood. Nachlaot Neighborhood has gone through so much: immigrants settling, overpopulation, renewing and rebuilding the city, etc. It also has many synagogues that all have their own styles, making each one of them unique.

Student Peer Review on Jerusalem - MTL Project - 2 After reading the research Student Peer Review on Jerusalem - MTL Project - 2 After reading the research paper, I did have a few questions though. Do you know who founded the Nachlaot Neighborhood? I was also curious to know, why did the immigrants want to settle in Nachlaot (before the overpopulation); what was so special about it? I was wondering, why did they name the neighborhood Nachlaot; does it have a special meaning? I hope you are able to clear up these questions for me. As for the formatting, I thought it was perfect. A few suggestions would be to maybe add a bit more information, here and there. Also, be careful with organizing your info and one or two spelling mistakes. Apart from that it was fine, and I really liked the piece of literature about Jerusalem. I found it very interesting and significant. I would love to come and visit the Nachlaot Neighborhood one day.

Student Response on Jerusalem - MTL Project reutbruck writes: re: Comments Dear Erica, Thank Student Response on Jerusalem - MTL Project reutbruck writes: re: Comments Dear Erica, Thank you for taking the time to read my paper. I was touched by your warm words and the gentle criticism. Yes, some of the spelling should be edited and I didn't want to burden the reader with too many details and information. People, who tour Nachlaot, come with a guide book or a guide who adds personal anecdotes and jokes to each of the sites. Today Nachlaot is being renovated. New ideas for protecting its unique beauty are combined with maintaining a memory of what it once was. The old and new are intertwined giving it a real touch of home. I would love to host you here in Jerusalem and to join you personally on a walking tour through the streets of Nachlaot. Thank you, And as we say on our holidays “Next Year in Jerusalem. ”

Teacher’s Reflections Jerusalem - MTL Project Ms. Karen Guth – NC I would say Teacher’s Reflections Jerusalem - MTL Project Ms. Karen Guth – NC I would say that this became a project that engaged the minds, skills, and hearts of our students. It turned the English Bagrut project into an international research, writing, thinking, and teaching opportunity. Thanks to Sharon Peters of LCC. Her input and participation has been essential to the success of our students' communication, learning, and inspiration.

Teacher’s Reflections Jerusalem - MTL Project Ms. Sharon Peters – LCC Participation in this Teacher’s Reflections Jerusalem - MTL Project Ms. Sharon Peters – LCC Participation in this project was a definite highlight for my students last year. Knowing that they had an audience from a different culture to whom they had to explain and describe their own culture and literature transformed their own understanding of the literature and theme of tolerance in society. My students also were asked to peer review the research projects of their Israeli partners and the critical thinking and cross-cultural communication skills expressed on both sides were truly exceptional. Having a real audience of peers made an incredible difference. The tools and spaces of the Internet have never been easier to use in order to facilitate such an enriching experience between global partners.

Does Anyone Here Use a Wiki? How? http: //webcall. wikispaces. com/WIKI http: //suelymascarenhas. wikispaces. Does Anyone Here Use a Wiki? How? http: //webcall. wikispaces. com/WIKI http: //suelymascarenhas. wikispaces. com/+WIKI

What’s a Wiki? Website Easily Viewed/Edited via Browser Free or Inexpensive Display Images, Videos, What’s a Wiki? Website Easily Viewed/Edited via Browser Free or Inexpensive Display Images, Videos, Widgets Easily Create Additional Linked Pages – Easily Navigable

What’s a Wiki? Varying levels of Security/Permissions (Viewing, Editing, Commenting) Discussion Area for Each What’s a Wiki? Varying levels of Security/Permissions (Viewing, Editing, Commenting) Discussion Area for Each Page – Easily Monitored (email, RSS, etc. ) Automatically Recorded Editing History An Effective Tool for Collaborative Authoring & Knowledge Management

How Do Wikis Work? How Do Wikis Work?

Photo - Darren Kuropatwa - @dkuropatwa - Winnipeg Photo - Darren Kuropatwa - @dkuropatwa - Winnipeg

What Wiki Projects Are There at NC? Virtual Classroom What Wiki Projects Are There at NC? Virtual Classroom

What Wikis Are There at NC? Wiki. Parshia Parshat Hashavua Wiki. Book What Wikis Are There at NC? Wiki. Parshia Parshat Hashavua Wiki. Book

What Wikis Are There at NC? In Our Backyard Virtual Video Tour What Wikis Are There at NC? In Our Backyard Virtual Video Tour

What Wikis Are There at NC? Global Collaborative Projects What Wikis Are There at NC? Global Collaborative Projects

What Wikis Are There at NC? A Tanach Bagrut Prep Wiki What Wikis Are There at NC? A Tanach Bagrut Prep Wiki

What Wikis Are There at NC? Personal/Professional Wiki What Wikis Are There at NC? Personal/Professional Wiki

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 מטלת שו מטלת שו"ת אמונה סיכום שלבי הגשת המטלה • • • בחירת שאלה באמונה וניסוחה והצבתה בדף שלכן בויקי. קבלת אישור מהרב רפי על נושא העבודה באזור "השיחה" של הויקי. בדיקה וקבלת תשובה על פי שו"תים באינטרנט )יש לציין את שמות המשיבים, תאריך כתיבת התשובות, את שמות האתרים ואת כתובות האינטרנטיות של התשובות ”. (“URL הגשת עבודה ראשונית לרב רפי על ידי כתיבתה בדף הוקי שלכן וקבלת הפנייה למקורות נוספים על ידי הרב רפי באזור "השיחה" של הדף שלכן. כתיבת עבודה סופית בויקי הכוללת: א. התשובה מהאינטרנט, ב. הרחבה שלכן על פי מקורות, ג. רשימה ביבליוגרפית מפורטת. קבלת הערכה וציון על העבודה.

 מטלת שו מטלת שו"ת אמונה

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 מטלת שו מטלת שו"ת אמונה • דפי שו"תים כיתה ט 1 ליהוד ותמר שט - האם לאדם יש בחירה חופשית בעולם הזה? יפעת א ונטע ש - איך אנו היהודים יכולים לדעת שהדת שלנו היא הדת האמיתית? נעמה א ומבשרת ב - מה זה העולם הבא? אביטל א ושחר י - האם חברות בין בן ובת מותרת? תמר ב ונטע ג - מה זה תחיית המתים? יעל ג והדר א - איך אפשר להבין מוות מבחינה אמונית? רבקה ו והילה א - האם כל מה שקורה לנו בעולם הזה היא תגובה ישירה להתנהגותינו? בת אל ו וספיר פ - האם הבורא אוהב אותי? נועה ט ותמר ל - מדוע ה' בחר בעם אחד ולא בכל העמים?

More on Wikis Wiki Walk Through 50 Ways to Use Wikis for a More More on Wikis Wiki Walk Through 50 Ways to Use Wikis for a More Collaborative and Interactive Classroom Smart. Teaching. Org The Wiki Way - Rachel Boyd Examples of Educational Wikis Eight Ways to Use School Wikis - Tech & Learning 7 Things You Should Know about Wikis - Educause

Summary – What Do You Need to Succeed? – Passion to help your students Summary – What Do You Need to Succeed? – Passion to help your students become 21 st century Life Long Learners – A school administration that believes in you and your vision – A professional staff (librarians, teachers, tech instructors) who are willing to "get outside the box"! – Students with curiosity and inspiration – Adequate tech infrastructure – A professional social network community with whom you can share your successes and failures

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Further Information • Reuven Werber – reuw@macam. ac. il • Skype Name – reuven Further Information • Reuven Werber – [email protected] ac. il • Skype Name – reuven 100, Twitter Name - @reuw • Presentation Wiki – http: //reuw. wikispaces. com/