INFO 250 Prior Knowledge

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INFO 250 Prior Knowledge by Mind Map: INFO 250 Prior Knowledge

1. Process Skills

1.1. Information Literacy

1.1.1. seeds; building blocks for learning growth

1.1.2. can be taught as a course, or as experienced: point out tools used; show rationale for best sources

1.2. Inquiry

1.2.1. self-driven

1.2.2. teacher-driven (assigned)

1.3. 21st Century Skills

1.3.1. participatory, collaborations, creation, online

1.3.2. can be taught through group work, spaces for tinkering & collaborating; simulations

1.4. Process Literacies

1.4.1. Digital Citizenship

1.4.2. Digital Literacy

1.4.3. Transliteracy

1.4.4. Tech Skills

1.5. Personalized Learning Environment

1.5.1. begun through activities such as this mindmap!

2. Ed Theory & Best Practices

2.1. A Learning Commons can be so many great things!

2.2. Brain research provides clues for best times to teach

2.2.1. developmentally (time of life)

2.2.2. time of day

2.2.3. time of year

2.3. Differentiated Instruction

2.3.1. learning styles; teaching styles

2.3.1.1. multiple intelligence

2.3.2. personalized learning

2.3.3. Models

2.3.3.1. SAMR

2.3.3.2. inquiry-based

2.3.3.3. project-based

2.3.3.4. problem-based

2.3.4. FLIP Teaching

2.3.5. Steve Hargadon's Learning Revolution

3. C&A

3.1. Influences upon learning

3.1.1. Teachers, Standards, Dept of Ed, Private textbook Co.'s

3.2. Recent History

3.2.1. Standards to CC; Literacy Coaches like Marshals; state testing mandates

3.3. Best Strategies for T&L

3.3.1. teacher influenced

3.3.2. depending upon subject area

3.4. New law, "Every Child Achieves Act" (ECAA) will impact future of T&L, assessments, programs

4. Collaboration & Coteaching

4.1. Constructivist teaching, with projects and problems to complete and solve, invites new TL role

4.2. Collaboration in Ed setting

4.2.1. teachers

4.2.2. mentors

4.2.3. specialists

4.2.4. students

4.3. Loertscher found that coteaching increased student success rate