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  • Describe the learning environment pre-web2.0.
  • Describe the learning environment post web 2.0.
  • Briefly state each step.
  • Discuss the teacher-student ‘probing’ process. This would be a good place to use a clicker system. Pretest data could be used to gauge student progress.
  • Show a short section of each video.
  • Students see and manipulate products addressed in the videos. Understanding means greater appreciation or ownership.
  • Students view pictures helping them develop a definition of technology. State the definition following the page scroll.
  • Students used Wallwisher to apply what they have learned about technology. View the starter post and a student example. This tool was somewhat unreliable. It is important to have a good backup plan.
  • Previewing the upcoming Extending & Refining activity. Atari 2600 versus Xbox360 Elite = Localized versus Globalized
  • Highlight the glossary instructions and example entry.
  • Display the rubric and use it to evaluate the student glossary entry. Students work with a partner to evaluate and calculate final grade.
  • Students receive questions on tickets they must answer in order to complete the lesson. Students are asked what they liked about the lesson and what they would change.
  • Here are other projects pursued during the web 2.0 pilot. Students learned about Google SketchUp via online tutorials. Moodle forum questions were used to gauge competency. Students also watched a video and answered forum questions about soldering basics. A next logical step would be to have students Jing a tutorial for other students to lean how to solder, SketchUp, etc..
  • Show the video last . There are so many different green technology initiatives going on in the world today. Students need to learn about this information to remain competitive in a global job market. Smart energy consumption starts at home. Students need to learn about energy systems in their own home and how best to manage this environment. Study has mostly taken place at the local level. It’s time to start reaching out to other students and start sharing our knowledge with them. Tech Ed needs a blog where students wanting to learn more can connect with and learn from one another.

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  • Implementing Web 2.0 in the Classroom LTMS 600 Martin D. Meier October 23, 2010
  • Teachin’ Ole’ School Web 1.0
    • Static Websites
    • Machine-Based Software
    • Local Learning
  • Collaborating Web 2.0 Style
    • Blogs, Forums, Wikis
    • Internet-Based Software
    • Global Learning
  • E.A.T.S. a Lesson Plan
  • Probing For Technology
  • Technology and “How It’s Made”
  • Technology Show and Tell
  • Defining Technology
  • Wishing Wallwisher Would Work
  • Technology Past & Present
  • Moodle Glossary
  • Student Glossary 4 4 4 3 4 =19 19÷20=.95 95%
  • Define Technology. How does an iPad meet a need or want? Why do we use coal to generate electricity when cleaner methods exist?
  • Other Projects
  • The Future of Tech Ed?
    • Home Energy Audit
    • Collaborative Study
    • Global Tech Ed Blog
    • Green Technology
  • Questions & Comments