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A conference to encourage K-12 educators to rethink the notion of what literacy is and how it can best be taught in the digital media age.

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Saturday, May 13 • 12:45 - 14:15
Information Fluency: Practical Tools and Strategies for Online Research

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In today’s data-saturated world students often struggle to locate, organise, evaluate and ethically use information from the web. This is a hands-on session that will walk educators through various tools, strategies, and activities to teach information literacy to students. We will cover such topics as how to inspire inquiry questions, online search tips, databases, the evaluation of websites, paraphrasing strategies, auto-citation tools and where to find free-to-use multimedia content. The aim of this workshop is to provide educators with a variety of ideas and resources that can be easily integrated into the classroom!

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Cris Turple

MYP Language and Literature Teacher, Canadian International School
Cris is a classroom teacher, technology coach and creative thinker. After working as a secondary school ICT Educational Specialist in Hong Kong, she has recently moved back into the classroom to share her love of literature and media production with Grades 8-10 students. Cris hol... Read More →


Saturday May 13, 2017 12:45 - 14:15
Conference Centre Rooms 5&6 High School and Administration Block, Level 4

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