Introduction to Information Literacy in the K12 Classroom/Contributors

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Contributors[edit]

Contributions have been made by education students at the University of Mary Washington and myself, Teresa Coffman, an associate professor of education at the University of Mary Washington in Fredericksburg, Virginia.

Students and User_Talk information are below

[http://en.wikibooks.org/wiki/User_talk:dfern--I am a Physical Education teacher for Stafford County Public Schools. I helped to update Chapter 9 in a group project for INDT 521.

[http://en.wikibooks.org/wiki/User_talk:stinehartee--I am a second grade teacher for Stafford County Public Schools. I helped to update Chapter 9 as part of a group project for INDT 521.

[1]- I teach third grade in Stafford, Virginia. I worked on updating Chapter 9.

[2]- I am a fifth grade teacher in Stafford County Virginia. This is my first wikibook experience!

Brian Mellott--I am a preservice teacher with plans to teach Social Studies at the high school level. I am very interested in where technology is taking us, but feel a responsibility to know where we have been. In that light, I have written a brief history of literacy in an attempt to grant readers the opportunity to appreciate how important information literacy is for their students' futures.

Shannon Moore- I am a teacher in Virginia. I enjoy integrating technology into my lessons! I have worked with my classmate Bruce on the chapter about technology tools. Please see chapter 6: Information Literacy and Technology Tools.

Alison Morgan- I teach mathematics to 9-12 graders. This is going to be my third year teaching in Spotsylvania, VA. I wrote Information Literacy Standards for Student Learning. Hope you enjoy!

Lauri Raffetto-- I am a preservice teacher currently attending the University of Mary Washington's College of Graduate and Professional Studies. I co-created Chapter 5 on Information Literacies and Differentiation. I plan to be a middle school teacher in San Diego County teaching History and English core classes by the 09-10 school year. I cannot wait to get into a classroom and begin integrating web 2.0 tools into my curriculum!

Jessica Greene-- I am a currently a High School Business teacher in Virginia attending the University of Mary Washington's College of Graduate and Professional Studies for my Master's in Education. I co-created Chapter 5 on Information Literacies and Differentiation.

Arianne Patricia Mannwrote Chapter 3: Information Literacy Theories. I am currently finishing up University of Mary Washington's M.Ed. program, and will begin teaching elementary school this fall.

[http://en.wikibooks.org/wiki/User_talk:bchadwick) Bruce Chadwick---I am a teacher in Virginia and currently enrolled at the University of Mary Washington. I worked with Shannon on Chapter 6 dealing with information web 2.0 tools. Please take a look:Information Literacy and Technology Tools.

Daniel Stribling - I am a teacher in Stafford County Virginia. I am currently working on a masters degree in Education at the University of Mary Washington. I worked on the Models section of this Wikibook.

Caras - I am a teacher in Spotsylvania County, Virginia. I am currently a graduate student at the University of Mary Washington. I worked on ESL learners in the classroom. My chapter is Chapter 4.1: English Language Learners Background Information

Christine Bounds - I am currently working on a M.Ed. at the University of Mary Washington. I graduated with a B.S in Environmental Science Geology in 2006. I hope to have a teaching position for this upcoming school year in either 6th or 9th grade science.

Meredith Marconi - As many of my colleagues have already mentioned, I am also working on my M.Ed. at the University of Mary Washington. I will be teaching English in Louisa County this Fall and I really enjoyed contributing to the Introduction for Information Literacy, Chapter 7 Application of Information Literacy. Enjoy and thanks for looking.

Nicole Hodges - I am working on my M.Ed. at the University of Mary Washington and an English teacher in Fauquier County Schools. I contributed to Chapter 6 with information on blogging in the classroom.

Lauren Bass - I am a third grade teacher in the Prince William County Schools in Virginia. I work in a predominately ESL population, and therefore my contributions to this wikibook are in Chapter 4 on ESL and Information Literacy. I am currently finishing up my graduate work in the Masters of Education program at the University of Mary Washington.

Ryan Bayne - I am working on my M.Ed. at the University of Mary Washington. Currently, I teach 6th grade history at Rodney Thompson Middle School in Stafford, Virginia. I wrote a piece about Legal and Ethical Issues with computers in the classroom.

Laura Messinger- I am working on my M.Ed. in Secondary English Education at the University of Mary Washington. I contributed to Chapter 9 of this wikibook.

Stephanie Iero - I am a graduate student and preservice teacher working on my Masters for Elementary Education at the University of Mary Washington. I contributed to Chapter 6 and 6.2 on Technology Tools and Open Source Software.

Jessica Baker - I am a pre-service teacher at the Univeristy of Mary Washington getting my MEd. in Education. I contributed to the 2nd chapter of this wikibook! :) 

Linda Jones- [3] I am finishing my M.Ed at the University of Mary Washington. I currently teach business and computer programming at Mountain View High School in Stafford, Virginia. I contributed to Chapter 6 and 6.3 about Photo Sharing.

Amanda Bates- Bates I am currently finishing up my M.Ed from UMW's College of Graduate and Professional Studies. Currently I work for a gov. contractor, but hope to one day teach secondary English. I contributed to Chapter 6 and 6.4 about Skype.