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Brian Schultz:  The Collaboratory Symposium April 30, 2004 Brian Schultz Slide2:  Literature Review Methodology Results andamp; Conclusions Introduction Introduction Linking Graduate and Elementary Students:  A Practical Inquiry Curriculum Using Technology A practical inquiry based project that joins graduate student mentors with a fifth grade classroom at Byrd Community Academy in Cabrini Green. The focus of this practical project is teaching writing skills to the fifth graders by using the Collaboratory ePortfolio environment to create and post student work. The adults monitor, mentor, and provide ongoing weekly feedback to their writing counterparts’ postings. This student-specific feedback is based on the needs and interests of all students involved. Linking Graduate and Elementary Students Literature Review Methodology Results andamp; Conclusions Introduction Slide4:  Methodology Results andamp; Conclusions Introduction Literature Review Literature Review Literature Review :  What was done? Research and writing done on how to effectively provide feedback to students was examined. Student-directed approaches to learning as well as practical inquiry and meeting situational needs of students were examined to seek out ways to better engage students in curriculum. Literature Review Methodology Results andamp; Conclusions Introduction Literature Review Literature Review :  Why was it done? Why is this a problem? Often times teachers, especially in elementary settings, are forced or expected to generalize curriculum to all their students. When curriculum is generalized to the masses, the individual needs of each student are not optimized. Teachers tend to focus on the needs of a class versus supporting and nurturing each student to their fullest potential. Students tend to remove themselves from lessons due to ineffective, blanketed methods of instruction.. Graduate students’ curriculum focusing on secondary sources, rather then working directly with students and their work. Literature Review Methodology Results andamp; Conclusions Introduction Literature Review Literature Review :  What needs to be done? Teachers need to find ways to reach all students at differing skill levels, while maintaining interest and motivation amongst their students. Students need to have individualized, student-specific feedback to help them meet their own needs. Graduate students studying how students learn need to focus their efforts on real situations of learners rather then focusing on textbook and secondary illustrations. Literature Review Methodology Results andamp; Conclusions Introduction Literature Review Literature Review :  What methodology was used in the past? Previous methodologies that were used in the past included case studies on mentoring, feedback on writing and practical inquiry. What conceptual framework was leveraged? Joseph Schwab’s practical inquiry served to establish the conceptual framework for meeting individual needs and adapting curriculum to the given situation. Literature Review Methodology Results andamp; Conclusions Introduction Literature Review Slide9:  Methodology The Facts Recommendations Introduction Analysis Literature Review Results andamp; Conclusions Introduction Methodology The Methodology:  Elementary Setting and Students Richard E. Byrd Community Academy, Cabrini Green, Near North Chicago 5th grade classroom-16 students 100% African American 100% eligible for free and reduced lunch Graduate Setting and Students Tennessee Tech University Cookeville, Tennessee Doctoral or master’s students in Literacy and Language Curriculum program The Methodology Literature Review Results andamp; Conclusions Introduction Methodology The Methodology:  The approach leveraged: Students in 5th grade classroom learned to keyboard Students were exposed to different tools for writing including: The Writing Hand Color and Feeling Generation Time Order Words The Narrative Writing House The Expository and Persuasive Writing House The Methodology Literature Review Results andamp; Conclusions Introduction Methodology The Methodology:  The approach leveraged (continued) 3. 5th grade students write and post their writing to the ePortfolio 4. Mentor/pen pals give comments to elementary posted work to help them further develop their text and media 5.Students leverage feedback to create another iteration 6. Students and mentors correspond and develop relationship through writing commentary and closed-system email The Methodology Literature Review Results andamp; Conclusions Introduction Methodology The Methodology:  Why them? How gained access? 5th grade students in Brian Schultz' class Reading levels ranging from 'frustrated-first grade to sixth grade' all in one classroom Approached by Northwestern Collaboratory Project to leverage a partnership between graduate students and elementary students The principal at Byrd Academy welcomed the opportunity to build a partnership with both Northwestern and Tennessee Tech University. Literacy professor at Tennessee Tech invited graduate student to volunteer their time to mentor Byrd students by providing feedback to them through web-based ePortfolio. The Methodology Literature Review Results andamp; Conclusions Introduction Methodology The Methodology :  Collaboratory www.collaboratory.nunet.net The Collaboratory Project is a Northwestern University initiative that provides project consulting, training, technical advice, and Web-based resources and services to K-12 teachers and their students who are interested in using Internet technologies to advance education. The Collaboratory is an easy-to-use, web-based collaborative environment that teachers use to develop project-based activities that are linked to Illinois Learning Standards. The Methodology Literature Review Results andamp; Conclusions Introduction Methodology The Methodology :  Collaboratory www.collaboratory.nunet.net ePortfolio Students develop work within the Collaboratory ePortfolio. Students publish writing to the ePortfolio. Encourage document-centered collaboration and multiple iterations based on feedback. Use of web-based document templates using ePortfolio communication tools. The Methodology Literature Review Results andamp; Conclusions Introduction Methodology The Methodology :  ISBE and CPS Curriculum for 5th Grade Writing Narrative, Expository, Persuasive writing Tested in 5th grade on ISAT The Methodology Literature Review Results andamp; Conclusions Introduction Methodology The Collaboratory :  The Collaboratory Literature Review Results andamp; Conclusions Introduction Methodology The ePortfolio :  The ePortfolio Literature Review Results andamp; Conclusions Introduction Methodology ePortfolio Binders and Folders :  ePortfolio Binders and Folders Literature Review Results andamp; Conclusions Introduction Methodology ISAT Student-Friendly Rubric – Expository Writing:  ISAT Student-Friendly Rubric – Expository Writing Literature Review Results andamp; Conclusions Introduction Methodology The Methodology - Recommendations :  Make sure you have committed graduate student mentors Otherwise students left without feedback. Elementary teachers must take up slack. Students feel left out and disengaged. The Methodology - Recommendations Literature Review Results andamp; Conclusions Introduction Methodology The Methodology - Recommendations :  When spending time in the Collaboratory Make sure to outline expectations of students Ensure that they have meaningful feedback to respond to Expect that some students will not always be eager to receive and engage in dialogue with their mentors-have other things for them to do ( survey, polls, hypermedia) The Methodology - Recommendations Literature Review Results andamp; Conclusions Introduction Methodology The Methodology - Recommendations :  Clearly outline expectations and commitment from mentors Leverage a contract Share expectation of elementary students with graduate students The Methodology - Recommendations Literature Review Results andamp; Conclusions Introduction Methodology Slide24:  Results andamp; Conclusions Literature Review Introduction Methodology Results andamp; Conclusions Results and Conclusions:  Students were excited about the project. Students take ownership and pride in their work. Students are interested in improving their work based on the feedback they receive. Students make corrections , additions and changes based on feedback. Students that do not receive consistent feedback are disengaged and feel alone or left out. Graduate students are able to work with a real students and experiment on giving different kinds of feedback and gauge results based on the students response and changes made. Results and Conclusions Literature Review Introduction Methodology Results andamp; Conclusions Collaboratory Feedback Checklist :  Collaboratory Feedback Checklist Literature Review Introduction Methodology Results andamp; Conclusions Collaboratory Quick Reference Guide :  Collaboratory Quick Reference Guide Literature Review Introduction Methodology Results andamp; Conclusions The Persuasive and Expository Writing House :  The Persuasive and Expository Writing House Literature Review Introduction Methodology Results andamp; Conclusions Narrative Writing House:  Narrative Writing House Literature Review Introduction Methodology Results andamp; Conclusions Comments and Feedback Examples :  Comments and Feedback Examples Literature Review Introduction Methodology Results andamp; Conclusions

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