How do we practice Information Age skills? Which of the C’s do we actively engage with, share in the-struggle-to-learn with others, and intentionally insert into daily practice?
Creativity and innovation, Communication, Critical thinking and problem solving, Collaboration, …
Last week’s lesson was on memory boosters. Lesson 05 is on listening.
Project: Listen to a couple of TED talks of your choice.
- Practice the technique of visually thinking about what you are hearing.
- Listen to the video twice.
- During the first time, stop the video when needed to pause to sketch.
- On the second time through, do not stop the video. Work your way through and see how much you can sketch note.
- Be brave. Practice what we’ve learned in Lesson 4: Memory Booster.
- Sketch-note the chosen TED talk without stopping the video. It is ok to miss some things.
- Share your doodle using the hastags #ShowYourWork and YourSchoolsHashtag #TrinityLearns or #WALearns, etc.
Remember… It takes practice.
- Share your poster with someone and ask for feedback.
- Scan or take a photo of your work and insert it in your Doodling the C’s Google doc, on your blog, or in your My Learning portfolio.
- Bonus: Tweet a copy of your poster using the hashtags #ShowYourWork #TrinityLearns (or your school’s hashtag)