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Sunday, July 9

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    Resources from the Book
    YouTube Playlist
    Wiki used with Dawn's class
    Additional webcasts
    Dawn and Troy on Teachers Teaching Teachers: Rethinking the research process for student writers
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    2:14 am

Saturday, July 8

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    Suitable for educators teaching inquiry-based research practices in middle school, high school, and early college.
    Why "Rewire" the Research Process?
    Scaffolding
    Information literacy
    Motivation
    Disciplinary vocab

    {http://marginalsyllab.us/wp-content/uploads/2017/02/Screen-Shot-2017-02-20-at-5.31.36-PM.png} Putting Our Writing Principles Into Practice (Preface, p. xxvii)
    Thinking Through a Cultural Lens Lesson
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    5:44 pm
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    Why "Rewire" the Research Process?
    {http://marginalsyllab.us/wp-content/uploads/2017/02/Screen-Shot-2017-02-20-at-5.31.36-PM.png} Putting Our Writing Principles Into Practice (Preface, p. xxvii)
    Putting Our Writing Principles Into Practice (Preface, p. xxvii)
    Thinking Through a Cultural Lens Lesson
    Thinking Through a Cultural Lens Handout
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    2:46 pm
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    Sunday 9th: Concurrent workshop (10.30 to 11.30)
    Research Writing Rewired
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    2:44 pm
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    AATE/ALEA 2017 National Conference
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    Sunday 9th: Concurrent workshop (10.30 to 11.30)
    Research Writing Rewired
    In our networked world, the research writing process that we once learned has become obsolete. 3x5 cards and outlines are giving way to bibliographic management tools and mind mapping software. Moreover, students are now able to engage in the research process by reading and evaluating the work of others while simultaneously using the technology in their pockets to do their own primary research. In this workshop, we will step into a high school language arts classroom where students generate their own inquiry questions, explore a variety of texts -- from novels to non-fiction, from podcasts to photographs -- and, through their work, rewire the research process.
    Suitable for educators teaching inquiry-based research practices in middle school, high school, and early college.
    Why "Rewire" the Research Process?
    {http://marginalsyllab.us/wp-content/uploads/2017/02/Screen-Shot-2017-02-20-at-5.31.36-PM.png} Putting Our Writing Principles Into Practice (Preface, p. xxvii)
    Putting Our Writing Principles Into Practice (Preface, p. xxvii)
    Thinking Through a Cultural Lens Lesson
    Thinking Through a Cultural Lens Handout
    Sheikha Al Mayassa: Globalizing the local, localizing the global (with transcript)
    Artifact
    What it says?
    Reading Images: Fact of Fiction?
    Reading Images: Fact or Fiction? Handout
    Reading Images Slidedeck
    How is it manipulated?
    Why is it manipulated?
    Image 1
    Image 2
    Image 3
    Image 4
    Student Sample of Final Project
    Allie's Paper and Video
    Lesson Resources
    50 Questions To Help Students Think About What They Think from Teach Thought
    Critical Thinking Cheatsheet by Lee Watanabe Crockett
    Opposing Viewpoints in Context
    Media Bias/Fact Check
    AllSides
    ProCon.org
    Tech Resources
    Canva
    Adobe Spark
    WeVideo
    Piktochart
    Additional Resources
    Book Home Page
    Resources from the Book
    YouTube Playlist
    Additional webcasts
    Dawn and Troy on Teachers Teaching Teachers: Rethinking the research process for student writers
    Dawn and Troy talk with students on Educator Innovator: Three Rs of the Modern Era
    Copyright Clarity Reasoning Guide

    Friday 7th: Keynote presentation (1.55 to 2.55)
    Can I Cite That?: Examining What Counts as Evidence in a Digital World
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    Ritchhart, R., Church, M., & Morrison, K. (2011). Making Thinking Visible: How to Promote Engagement, Understanding, and Independence for All Learners (1 edition). San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass. (Harvard's Project Zero site for Visible Thinking)
    Shanahan, T., & Shanahan, C. (2008). Teaching Disciplinary Literacy to Adolescents: Rethinking Content- Area Literacy. Harvard Educational Review, 78(1), 40–59.
    Sunday 9th: Concurrent workshop (10.30 to 11.30)
    Research Writing Rewired
    In our networked world, the research writing process that we once learned has become obsolete. 3x5 cards and outlines are giving way to bibliographic management tools and mind mapping software. Moreover, students are now able to engage in the research process by reading and evaluating the work of others while simultaneously using the technology in their pockets to do their own primary research. In this workshop, we will step into a high school language arts classroom where students generate their own inquiry questions, explore a variety of texts -- from novels to non-fiction, from podcasts to photographs -- and, through their work, rewire the research process.
    Suitable for educators teaching inquiry-based research practices in middle school, high school, and early college.
    Why "Rewire" the Research Process?
    {http://marginalsyllab.us/wp-content/uploads/2017/02/Screen-Shot-2017-02-20-at-5.31.36-PM.png} Putting Our Writing Principles Into Practice (Preface, p. xxvii)
    Putting Our Writing Principles Into Practice (Preface, p. xxvii)
    Research Writing Rewired-Thinking Through a Cultural Lens LessonThinking Through a Cultural Lens Lesson
    Thinking Through a Cultural Lens Handout
    Sheikha Al Mayassa: Globalizing the local, localizing the global (with transcript)
    Artifact
    What it says?
    [[Research Writing Rewired-Reading Images: Fact of Fiction?]]Reading Images: Fact of Fiction?
    Reading Images: Fact or Fiction? Handout
    Reading Images Slidedeck
    How is it manipulated?
    Why is it manipulated?
    Image 1
    Image 2
    Image 3
    Image 4
    Research Writing Rewired-Student Sample of Final ProjectStudent Sample of Final Project
    Allie's Paper and Video
    Research Writing Rewired-Lesson ResourcesLesson Resources
    50 Questions To Help Students Think About What They Think from Teach Thought
    Critical Thinking Cheatsheet by Lee Watanabe Crockett
    Opposing Viewpoints in Context
    Media Bias/Fact Check
    AllSides
    ProCon.org
    Research Writing Rewired-Tech ResourcesTech Resources
    Canva
    Adobe Spark
    WeVideo
    Piktochart
    Research Writing Rewired-Additional ResourcesAdditional Resources
    Book Home Page
    Resources from the Book
    YouTube Playlist
    Additional webcasts
    Dawn and Troy on Teachers Teaching Teachers: Rethinking the research process for student writers
    Dawn and Troy talk with students on Educator Innovator: Three Rs of the Modern Era
    Copyright Clarity Reasoning Guide

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    2:42 pm
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    In our networked world, the research writing process that we once learned has become obsolete. 3x5 cards and outlines are giving way to bibliographic management tools and mind mapping software. Moreover, students are now able to engage in the research process by reading and evaluating the work of others while simultaneously using the technology in their pockets to do their own primary research. In this workshop, we will step into a high school language arts classroom where students generate their own inquiry questions, explore a variety of texts -- from novels to non-fiction, from podcasts to photographs -- and, through their work, rewire the research process.
    Suitable for educators teaching inquiry-based research practices in middle school, high school, and early college.
    Why "Rewire" the Research Process?
    {http://marginalsyllab.us/wp-content/uploads/2017/02/Screen-Shot-2017-02-20-at-5.31.36-PM.png} Putting Our Writing Principles Into Practice (Preface, p. xxvii)
    Putting Our Writing Principles Into Practice (Preface, p. xxvii)
    Research Writing Rewired-Thinking Through a Cultural Lens LessonThinking Through a Cultural Lens Lesson
    Thinking Through a Cultural Lens Handout
    Sheikha Al Mayassa: Globalizing the local, localizing the global (with transcript)
    Artifact
    What it says?
    [[Research Writing Rewired-Reading Images: Fact of Fiction?]]Reading Images: Fact of Fiction?
    Reading Images: Fact or Fiction? Handout
    Reading Images Slidedeck
    How is it manipulated?
    Why is it manipulated?
    Image 1
    Image 2
    Image 3
    Image 4
    Research Writing Rewired-Student Sample of Final ProjectStudent Sample of Final Project
    Allie's Paper and Video
    Research Writing Rewired-Lesson ResourcesLesson Resources
    50 Questions To Help Students Think About What They Think from Teach Thought
    Critical Thinking Cheatsheet by Lee Watanabe Crockett
    Opposing Viewpoints in Context
    Media Bias/Fact Check
    AllSides
    ProCon.org
    Research Writing Rewired-Tech ResourcesTech Resources
    Canva
    Adobe Spark
    WeVideo
    Piktochart
    Research Writing Rewired-Additional ResourcesAdditional Resources
    Book Home Page
    Resources from the Book
    YouTube Playlist
    Additional webcasts
    Dawn and Troy on Teachers Teaching Teachers: Rethinking the research process for student writers
    Dawn and Troy talk with students on Educator Innovator: Three Rs of the Modern Era
    Copyright Clarity Reasoning Guide

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    2:40 pm

Thursday, July 6

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    In an era of fake news and alternative facts, it has become increasingly complicated to think about what "counts" as evidence in academic writing. Long gone are the days when writers could simply trust a ".org" or ".edu" site, or be told to simply dismiss Wikipedia as unreliable. Building on the Association of College and Research Libraries "Framework for Information Literacy for Higher Education," we will examine the tensions – and possibilities – that arise when writers use different kinds of text (including images, videos, tweets, blog posts, and more) as evidence in academic argument. We will also explore the boundaries of copyright and fair use, exploring the intersections of these legal issues with the ethical issues of plagiarism and citation.
    Suitable for educators in all content areas, teaching students in upper elementary through college.
    Handout (PDF)
    Links from the Presentation
    Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy - Epistemology
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    Snopes
    ABC News Fact Check
    Code of Best Practices in Fair Use for Media Literacy Education
    Creative Commons and Remix by Larry Lessig
    Unpaywall
    Research Gate
    Academia.edu
    ProCon
    Room for Debate
    Allsides
    The concept of "Reading Laterally" from "Most Students Don’t Know When News Is Fake, Stanford Study Finds"
    Cite This For Me
    EasyBib
    They Say/I Say Templates
    The Craft of Research
    Google Keep
    Web Historian
    Additional Resources from Argument in the Real World

    Thursday 6th: Pre-conference workshop (9.00 to 12.00)
    With Literacy and Learning for All
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    12:02 am

Wednesday, July 5

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    Links from the Presentation
    Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy - Epistemology
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    Credibility {Capture-5Ws_of_Website_eval.JPG} from the web-based lesson, "Evaluating Websites"
    Pew Research Center Global Attitudes & Trends
    Snopes
    ABC News Fact Check

    Thursday 6th: Pre-conference workshop (9.00 to 12.00)
    With Literacy and Learning for All
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    11:19 pm

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