Read Like a Detective & Write Like a Reporter
          • Understand the importance of MCCS in building digital literacy for all students
          • Experience tools that support digital literacy in the K-12 classroom
          • Reflect on how this impacts their teaching/learning environment
          • Get hands on practice in setting up lessons, using free web 2.0 and mobile device apps

WELCOME

      • Introductions
      • Getting to know the Workshop Resources
      • Read Like a Detective & Write Like a Reporter? ... TPS (Think-Pair-Share)
      • GETTING TO KNOW YOUR PARTNERS ACTIVITY
        • Grouping 
          • (Each Group will need a LAPTOP, SMARTPHONE, IPAD AND SOMEONE WITH A GOOGLE ACCOUNT and Evernote Account)
        • Sharing Resources... (Sticky Note or Favorite NoteTaking App - MCCS, Digital (Computer or Mobile Device)

      • Lunch Break - 1 hour 11:30 - 12:45 - Don’t Forget  to charge your devices
      • How to gather Supporting Evidence in their Reading
        • Paper by FiftyThree
          • Vocabulary Notebook
          • Non-Fiction Text
          • Annotating over Student Work (Skitch)
        • The Power of Authentic Audience 
          • Breaking Down the Barriers... Location, Time, Money... 
          • Vagueness of Digital Literacy Tools is Purposeful!
        • Evidence of a Quality Conference Location
      • Writing to Sources (Research and Problem Solving) at ALL Grade Levels