Last year we were very lucky to have Shannon Miller as a guest speaker for the Ed Tech and Design course.
Shannon is UNI graduate! She is a former teacher librarian and technology integration specialist at Van Meter Community School District. She is now an international speaker that encourages young people and educators to have a voice while learning, creating, collaborating, and connecting with others globally. She speaks and consults around the country on education, librarianship, technology, social media, and making a difference in education and the lives of others. She is a Future Ready Librarians and Project Connect Spokesperson at Follett Corporation.; Buncee's Teacher Librarian Advisor and Cantata Learning's Teacher Librarian Advocate. She is also the author of the award-winning The Library Voice blog.
You may follow her on Twitter at https://twitter.com/shannonmmiller
Before watching the lecture:
Open and analyze the International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE) standards for teachers and students. ISTE standards provide a framework for learning, teaching and leading that is amplified by technology.
- ISTE Standards for Students emphasize the skills and qualities we want for students, enabling them to engage and thrive in a connected, digital world.
- ISTE standards for Educators define the new skills and pedagogical insights educators need to teach, work and learn in the digital age.
While watching the lecture (see Lecture folder in an eLearning) :
- Try to make a list of the skills and tools mentioned by Shannon.
- Do you know many skills and tools to give you and your future students a voice?
- What your high, middle, and elementary school teachers did to give you a voice and to connect you to the world outside of your classroom?
- What can you do to make your future students' learning more meaningful and engaging?
- Do you see an echo of ISTE standards in Shannon's teaching