The answers to each of the assessments outlined in the guide and the handbook are below.


Pre-Assessment

Answers will vary but major concepts included:
Definition of information fluency - when an individual can use and access information in the correct context as given by the author
Models used to aide in teaching research and information fluency - Stripling's Inquiry Model, The 5 A's of Information Fluency, The Big 6, and any others that are known
Skills of an Information Literate Learner - Analyze who, what, when, where, how, why. Can access information across different mediums. Can use information in correct context.
Collaborative Technologies - Google, Voicethread, Padlet, iPad, Chromebook, etc.
Where to find resources - Edutopia, All about explorers, www.schrockquide.net, ISTE, etc.






Self-Assessment
1. A

2. B

3. True

4. Individual responses will vary

5. Individual responses will vary



Reflection on Research and Information Fluency

1. User should describe what techniques or tools they use to find resources. Should also describe what process they use to determine if it's credible and useful.
2. Give one or two examples to prove that students do or do not have digital literacy. Think about samples of work given in class or on assignments, as well as discussions you may have had.
3. Give one or two examples that prove your students can search information to determine if it is credible or reliable. Think about samples of work given in class or on assignments, as well as discussions you may have had.
4. Should give a statement about how technology is or is not used in classroom.

Stripling Model Crossword Puzzle
Across
Down
1. Connect
2. Construct
3. Wonder
5. Express
4. Investigate
6. Primary
7. Reflect
8. Taught





The 5 A's of Information Fluency Crossword Puzzle
Across
Down
2. analyzing
1. cyclical
7. understanding
3. assessing
8. listening
4. applying
10. willingness
5. perspectives

6. one

9. ask





The Big 6 Crossword Puzzle
Across
Down
3. Access
1. Synthesis
4. Relevant
2. Evaluation
6. Definition
5. Seeking





Cumulative Crossword Puzzle
Across
Down
2. Who
1. Information Fluency
5. Information Literate
2. When
7. Striplings Inquiry Model
3. ISTE
9. Where
4. How
10. Why
6. Five

8. What





Webinar for Skills of Information Literate Learner1. Credible and reliable
2. Is it credible?3. The author and the audience4. The sources the author used5. Locally, nationally, and globally6. False7. Any answer that state it helps the student understand how to apply what they have learned.8. When

Padlet: Using Padlet to promote Research and Information Fluency
Example given should be specific to content area. Teacher should choose a unit or assignment, and determine a way to integrate research and information fluency with the aide of the Padlet. An example would be, Students will find a resource to help with factoring and determine who created the resource, as well as, who it was meant for. Students will determine what type of student would benefit best from using their resource.


Google Doc: Using Google in Classroom
Example given should be specific to content area. Teacher should choose a unit or assignment, and determine a way to integrate research and information fluency with the aide of Google. And example would be, I will make an appointment to chat with an official who works in the federal reserve for my government students. The students will then be able to host a Q&A to better understand how the value and production of money works.

Using Collaborative Technologies in Classroom
User will think about all of the collaborative tools presented, and jot down ideas given in the guide or suggested/stated by other users. This will help them understand which parts of the lesson will get yield the most benefit.

Final Assessment
1. International Society for Technology Education or International Society for Technology in Education
2. True3. Ask, Acquire, Analyze, Apply, Access4. Task Definition, Information Seeking Strategies, Locate and Access, Use of Information, Synthesis, and Evaluation of Information5. True


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