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Visual Literacy: Reading and Analyzing Primary Sources from the Library of Congress Website
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Pardieck, S. & McMullen, D. (2010). Visual Literacy: Reading and Analyzing Primary Sources from the Library of Congress Website. In D. Gibson & B. Dodge (Eds.), Proceedings of Society for Information Technology & Teacher Education International Conference 2010 (pp. 2343-2346). Chesapeake, VA: AACE.
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Society for Information Technology & Teacher Education International Conference (SITE) 2010
San Diego, CA, USA
March 29, 2010
David Gibson & Bernie Dodge
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Abstract: Within current reading and language arts education, educators and librarians are using visual literacy as “best practice” with their teaching and instructional planning. Reading and analyzing original photographs, prints, and maps assist student learning with understanding the content, application of learned information, connecting meaning, and using technology. This presentation will discuss and demonstrate instructional methods and prompts for using visual literacy and the Library of Congress e-primary sources for teaching and learning in middle school classrooms.
- Infusing On-Line Primary Sources and the Inquiry Method into Content Area Studies
- The Library of Congress Teaching with Primary Sources Program
- Using Primary Sources in Math and Science – An Examination of How Engaging, Challenging, and Effective Teachers Rate Lesson Plans
- Using Digital Primary Sources and Rich Media in the Classroom
- Using the Library of Congress Web site to Enhance Student Learning
- SITE's Digital Fabrication Initative
- Pay it Forward: Motivating Teachers to Utilize Primary Sources
- Nano-Visualization On the Web
- Teaching Teachers to Use Digital Primary Source Materials in Social Studies: A Symposium, Part 1
- Using Primary Source Documents to Teach Information Literacy and Technology
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