Presentación Destrezas de Información: Teoría y Práctica parte 1

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  1. Por si les interesa, incluyo el resumen (copy and paste) de lo presentado en clase sobre The Big 6. Espero les sirva.

    What is the Big6?
    Posted on October 9th, 2007 in About Big6 by Mike Eisenberg

    “Data collected from thousands of students showed that students who were taught informative nonfiction using the Big6 approach with a combination of analytical, creative, and practical activities, outperformed students who were taught two alternative approaches (see materials at: http://www.yale.edu/pace).” — Linda Jarvin, Ph.D., Associate Director, PACE Center, Yale University

    Developed by educators Mike Eisenberg and Bob Berkowitz, the Big6 is the most widely-known and widely-used approach to teaching information and technology skills in the world. The Big6 is an information and technology literacy model and curriculum, implemented in thousands of schools – K through higher education. Some people call the Big6 an information problem-solving strategy because with the Big6, students are able to handle any problem, assignment, decision or task. Here are the six stages we call the BIG6. Two sub-stages are part of each main category in the Big6 model:

    1. Task Definition
    1.1 Define the information problem
    1.2 Identify information needed

    2. Information Seeking Strategies
    2.1 Determine all possible sources
    2.2 Select the best sources

    3. Location and Access
    3.1 Locate sources (intellectually and physically)
    3.2 Find information within sources

    4. Use of Information
    4.1 Engage (e.g., read, hear, view, touch)
    4.2 Extract relevant information

    5. Synthesis
    5.1 Organize from multiple sources
    5.2 Present the information

    6. Evaluation
    6.1 Judge the product (effectiveness)
    6.2 Judge the process (efficiency)

    People go through these Big6 stages—consciously or not—when they seek or apply information to solve a problem or make a decision. It’s not necessary to complete these stages in a linear order, and a given stage doesn’t have to take a lot of time. We have found that almost all successful problem-solving situations address all stages.

    (For more information about Big6 Skills, we highly recommend “Big6 in Elementary Schools” –and “Big6 in Secondary Schools” books by Eisenberg and Berkowitz.)

  2. Rogelio, Te recomiendo que este tipo de información la incluyas en una entrada “post” . Buen trabajo. Gracias.

  3. Gracias Rogelio, definitivamente sí es muy útil la información.

  4. Esta primera presentación es de suma importancia para mí como futura profesional de la información, porque muestra la base teórica acerca del desarrollo de destrezas de información, su desarrollo a través del tiempo y como se viene desarrollando en los progrmas de educación. Así mismo hay que resaltar la importancia de los estándares, los cuales nos guían para brindar un programa de destrezas de información apropiado. Por último la introducción al Modelo big6, que gracias a la presentación del video lo comprendimos y asimilamos de una manera clara y concisa, más aún con el aporte de Rogelio.

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