The 3T’s Engaging Students with Transliteracy, Technology and Teaching has put out a call for proposals.
Call for Proposals (deadline December 1, 2011)
- Do you collaborate with colleagues, using various technologies that have created an effective learning module?
- Have you created a successful teaching collaboration with colleagues that incorporates technology and/or with emphasis on metaliteracy?
- Do you use a mode of metaliteracy or transliteracy that you have found to be effective?
- Are you using innovative technologies to assist with learning in the classroom and/or virtually?
- Do you use your students’ fluency across media, modes, and disciplines to enhance their learning experiences?
- Have you been successful in blending various modes of technology into your teaching?
- Are you interested in integrating technology and transliteracy into your teaching?
- Do you use teaching models that include team-based or project based-learning in conjuction with any 21st Century literacy?
Proposal Form: http://bit.ly/tOxJIO
Don’t miss out on your chance to share your innovative classroom methods and achievements!
- How have you drawn upon metaliteracy or transliteracy to support student learning?
- How have underlying principles and theories guided your inclusion of a specific technology or technologies in the classroom?
- How did teaching and technology connect to improve both technological literacy and learning?
- How has your teaching style or method changed as technology is now infused into your course?
As proposals undergo a peer-reviewprocess, emphasis on the following are highly encouraged:
- Connecting theory to practice as discussed and modeled through your proposal, presentation, and delivery
- Collaborative projects/lesson plans that could include (but are not limited to) cross-disciplinary teaching, faculty/librarian partnerships, partnerships with instructional designers and librarians or faculty, and K-12/college experiences
Proposals can include any meaningful integration of technology and teaching used to support the growing number of literacies students need for learning and succeeding in today’s information-rich academic and professional worlds.
Possible tracks and technologies might include:
- Information literacy
- Visual literacy
- Digital literacy
- Media literacy
- Cultural literacy
- Critical literacy
- Open Source
- Web 2.0
- Social Networking (Twitter, Tumblr, Facebook, Ning)
- Mobile Technology (Mobile apps, texting)
- Classroom Technologies (Smartboards, Tablets)
- Collaborative Technology (Wikis)
- Multimedia (Podcasts, Vcasts)
Questions regarding proposals can be asked of Mark McBride at firstname.lastname@example.org
Submissions must be received by December 1st. Participants will be notified by December 15th.