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  1. 1. MAKING BEST USE OF CUTTING-EDGE TECHNOLOGY TOOLS IN THE SOCIAL STUDIES CLASSROOMWhat do you want tolearn today?
  2. 2. YE OLE AGENDA C opyr i ght & Looki ng Ahead Backchannel i ng and Bui l di ng a PLN Lear ni ng M anagem ent Syst em s O gani zat i on & C l abor at i on Tool s r ol Pr esent at i on Tool s Br eak Ti m – M d M ni ng e i orW ebsi t e Bui l di ng and Bl oggi ng Tool s Vi deo C eat i on and Scr eencast i ng Tool s r Ti m i nes, M el usi c, Vocabul ar y and C i c C eat i on om r Lunch 11:45 – 1:00M eet i ng C m C e St at e St andar ds om on or Pr i m y Sour ces & M ar appi ng Tool sQ CR odes & I nf ogr aphi cs Br eak Ti m - M d Af t er noon e i i Pad Apps
  3. 3. A TEACHER’S REALITY
  4. 4. COPYRIGHT – BE ON THE SAFE SIDE Copyright Friendly Images Pics4Learning http://ookaboo.com/o/pictures/ http://www.flickr.com/creativecommons/ http://www.stockvault.net/
  5. 5. DO YOU KNOW A SITUATION LIKE THIS?
  6. 6. “THINK BACK TEN YEARS AGO. WHATWAS TECHNOLOGY LIKE? NOW TRY TOIMAGINE WHAT IT WILL BE LIKE TENYEARS FROM NOW.” SIR KEN ROBINSON
  7. 7. TECHNOLOGY IS CHANGING THE WAY WE TEACH! Engagement Cooperation Collaboration Life Long LearnerWhere does technology fit in to whatwe are doing?What are the goals for the day?
  8. 8. IS THERE AN APP FOR THAT? Many of the tools shared have apps. I have noted such on the slides. Check the wiki for more information. Thanks.
  9. 9. BACKCHANNELING Twitter Today’s Meet LocaModa Edmodo Collaborize Classroom
  10. 10. BUILDING YOUR PROFESSIONAL LEARNING NETWORKHTTP://SSCHAT.NING.COM/
  11. 11. COOL NEW TOYS…UM, I MEAN TOOLS! Fodey - http://www.fodey.com MyStudiYo –http://www.quizrevolution.com/ CiteLighter - http://www.citelighter.com/ ThingLink - https://www.thinglink.com/ 10x10 News - http://www.tenbyten.org/ TEDed - http://ed.ted.com/
  12. 12. WHERE TO GO FOR MORE ASSISTANCE Information from today’s presentation as well as links to resources and the LiveBinders can be found here: http://rpproductions.wikispaces.com/Home
  13. 13. SEARCH ENGINES Sweet Search Google Scholar InstaGrok iSeek
  14. 14. LEARNING MANAGEMENT SYSTEMSwww.edmodo.com pg. 4
  15. 15. MOODLE PG. 8HTTP://MOODLE.ORG/
  16. 16. FLEXIBILITY AND FUNCTIONALITY
  17. 17. APPLICATIONS IN SOCIAL STUDIES Why an LMS? How can I apply it in Social Studies?  Videos  Question and reflection  Feedback  Quizzes  Connecting and collaborating  Blogging
  18. 18. CHECK LIST OF NEEDS IN AN LMS What are your goals? What are our students’ level of tech? What is the accessibility at school and at home? Are you flipping your classroom? What are district requirements around grading and maintaining a grade book? Will your students be blogging? How much collaboration do you want outside the classroom? Is there an app for that?
  19. 19. LMS USES IN SOCIAL STUDIES Blogging Video storage and viewing Flipping your classroom Collaboration and sharing Communication Assignments and Grading Project Based Learning Posting Primary Source Documents
  20. 20. BEGINNER TIPS AND TRICKS Start small Set guidelines for use. Send a letter to parents about what it is and how you will be using it with students. Build your library. Set Notifications the way you want to communicate.
  21. 21. ADVANCED TIPS AND TRICKS Communities Link your resources in your library. Giving feedback to your students.  Written  Audio  Video
  22. 22. ORGANIZATION: LIVEBINDERSPG. 26
  23. 23. EVERNOTE PG.25
  24. 24. SHARE YOUR THOUGHTS AND IDEAS How might you use LiveBinders with students? How would Evernote assist you and your students with primary sources? Would LiveBinders be better? What’s your favorite tool so far?
  25. 25. COLLABORATION TOOLS PG. 10 Collaborative Writing and Communication  Google Apps
  26. 26. G O LE D I VE OG R
  27. 27. G O LE D CS OG O ht t ps://dr i ve.googl e.com/
  28. 28. PRIMARYPAD -– www.primarypad.com pg. 11
  29. 29. Lessons & Activities for Collaborative Writing Peer Research, Writing and Editing Project Outlines Creative Writing Stories Collaborative Cause and Effect Writing Document Mash-ups Character Letter Exchange Global Connection Lesson Writing
  30. 30. COLLABORATIVE VIDEO CONFERENCINGSKYPE PG.14
  31. 31. SKYPE IN THE CLASSROOM
  32. 32. COLLABORATIVE VIDEO CONFERENCINGGOOGLE+ HANGOUTS PG. 15
  33. 33. GLOBAL CONNECTION TOOLS PG. 17FLAT CLASSROOM - www.flatclassromproject.orgDavis, Vicki A., and Julie Lindsay. "Flat Classroom Project -Home." Flat Classroom Project - Home. Wikispaces.com, n.d.Web. 03 Aug. 2012. <http://www.flatclassroomproject.org/>.
  34. 34. GLOBAL CONNECTIONS PG. 18EPALS - http://www.epals.com/
  35. 35. ACTIVITIES AND PROJECT IDEAS FORGLOBAL CONNECTIONS Current Events Sharing Cultural Exchange Flat Classroom Projects Guest Speakers: Historians, Authors  Kenneth C. Davis www.dontknowmuch.com Time Period Perspective  WWI/WWII  1920’s & 30’s  Cold War  Social Movements How do I get started? Websites, Twitter, Conferences
  36. 36. COLLABORATION TOOLS PG. 19SCRIBBLAR
  37. 37. COLLABORATION TOOLS PG. 20 CoSketch - http://cosketch.com/
  38. 38. COLLABORATION TOOLS PG. 22LINOITHTTP://LINOIT.COM/USERS/RON_PECK/CANVASES/INBOX
  39. 39. COLLABORATION TOOLS PG. 23WALLWISHERHTTP://WALLWISHER.COM/
  40. 40. PRESENTATION TOOLS PG. 28POWERPOINT PowerPoint
  41. 41. PREZI PG. 29www.prezi.com
  42. 42. GOOGLE PRESENTATION PG. 30
  43. 43. SLIDESHARE PG.31
  44. 44. SLIDEROCKET PG. 32
  45. 45. PRESENTATION TOOL ACTIVITY ANDLESSON IDEAS Ideas for effective engaging presentations  Tell a story  Map it out  Use art and literature to connect to history  Report on a Historical figure or event like it is a current event  Interview and present  Photos, maps and charts only
  46. 46. BREAK TIMEThinkReflectShare
  47. 47. GOOGLE SITES PG. 34
  48. 48. WIKISPACESPG. 35
  49. 49. WIKISPACES FOR EDUCATION & COLLABORATION
  50. 50. WIX PG. 37
  51. 51. BLOGGING TOOLS Edublogs pg. 38
  52. 52. BLOGGER PG. 39
  53. 53. POSTEROUSPG. 40
  54. 54. GLOGSTERPG. 41
  55. 55. COLLABORIZE CLASSROOMHTTP://WWW.COLLABORIZECLASSROOM.COM/
  56. 56. BLOGGING IDEAS AND ACTIVITIESTeachers Students Create a website  Write a reflection Post Homework to Students  Comment on other student’s & Parents blogs Share Resources with  Peer edit with comments students  Have discussion groups Create a class bulletin board  Share Current Events Connect with other  Write newsletter stories classrooms  Post your Make a class newsletter video, timeline, photo & Create a “This Day in other creations History” page  Take on a blogging challenge Have a student blogging and deck out your blog. challenge – students a challenged to write, create and develop the best blog.
  57. 57. BUBBL.US PG.45
  58. 58. GLIFFY PG. 46
  59. 59. DIAGRAM.LYPG. 47
  60. 60. IDEAS AND ACTIVITIES FOR DIAGRAM TOOLS Create flow charts of history or current events Organize a project and show the steps to get there Create a family tree or genealogy and share with others Show connections of events and people Brainstorm project ideas Prewriting organization of ideas and content Connecting, comparing and identifying concepts
  61. 61. SHARE TIMEStand up, Hand up, Pair up and Share.
  62. 62. FLIPPING YOUR CLASSROOM Edutopia Blog: Should You Flip Your Classroom  http://goo.gl/QFOcG Catlin Tucker – Flipped Classroom: 5 Strategies to Flip & Engage  http://goo.gl/uKtbw
  63. 63. SCREENCASTING AND VIDEO CREATION TOOLSScreencasting Tools Video Creation Tools ScreenCast-O-Matic  Animoto Screenr  Common Craft GoView  Qwiki CamStudio  Masher Camtasia Studio  Xtranormal ScreenFlow  YouTube Webinaria  School Tube
  64. 64. SCREENCAST-O-MATICPG. 49
  65. 65. JING PG. 50
  66. 66. GOVIEW PG. 52
  67. 67. VIDEO CREATION TOOLSANIMOTO HTTP://GOO.GL/N5RI1
  68. 68. MASHER PG. 56
  69. 69. XTRANORMAL PG. 57
  70. 70. YOUTUBE TEACHERS
  71. 71. ACTIVITIES AND LESSONS FOR VIDEO TOOLS Flipping the Classroom Create Current Events videos Create a video about a historical event, person, concept or time period. Create Screencasts about a topic or concept. Record a How-to video Create a Travel Video Create a spoof of a historical event
  72. 72. TIMELINE CREATION TOOLSTIMETOAST PG. 61
  73. 73. DIPITY PG. 62
  74. 74. CAPZLES PG. 63
  75. 75. MUSIC PG. 64HI S T ORY T UNES
  76. 76. FLOCABULARY
  77. 77. COMIC CREATIONTOONDOO PG. 66
  78. 78. PIXTON PG. 67
  79. 79. VOCABULARY BUILDERSWORDLE PG. 68
  80. 80. TAGXEDO
  81. 81. YOU ARE YOUR WORDS
  82. 82. THINK PAIR SHARE How can you use timeline, comic and vocabulary creation tools with your students? Share two ideas.
  83. 83. INTERACTIVE HISTORYPLAYING HISTORY
  84. 84. MUSEUM BOX
  85. 85. ZOMBIE BASEDLEARNINGwww.zombiebased.com
  86. 86. BACK CHANNELINGTWITTER PG. 73
  87. 87. STUDENT RESPONSE/FEEDBACKPOLL EVERYWHERE
  88. 88. SOCRATIVEWWW.SOCRATIVE.COM
  89. 89. AHHH, LUNCH!Please be back at 1:00pmThank you.
  90. 90. COMMON CORE STATE STANDARDSCCSS 6-8.RH.1. Cite specific textual evidence to support analysis of primary and secondary sources. 6-8.RH.4. Determine the meaning of words and phrases as they are used in a text, including vocabulary specific to domains related to history/social studies. 9-10.RH.9. Compare and contrast treatments of the same topic in several primary and secondary sources. 9-10.WHST.8. Gather relevant information from multiple authoritative print and digital sources, using advanced searches effectively; assess the usefulness of each source in answering the research question; integrate information into the text selectively to maintain the flow of ideas, avoiding plagiarism and following a standard format for citation. 11-12.RH.9. Integrate information from diverse sources, both primary and secondary, into a coherent understanding of an idea or event, noting discrepancies among sources. 11-12.WHST.6. Use technology, including the Internet, to produce, publish, and update individual or shared writing products in response to ongoing feedback, including new arguments or information.
  91. 91. PRIMARY SOURCES PG. 77NATIONAL ARCHIVES – DOCS TEACH
  92. 92. EDSITEMENT
  93. 93. LIBRARY OF CONGRESS
  94. 94. GILDER-LEHRMANINSTITUTE OF AMERICAN HISTORY
  95. 95. SMITHSONIAN INSTITUTION
  96. 96. PROCON.ORGHTTP://WWW.PROCON.ORG/
  97. 97. MAPPING TOOLSGOOGLE EARTH PG. 85
  98. 98. GOOGLE MAPS
  99. 99. DAVID RUMSEY’S HISTORICAL MAPS PG. 87
  100. 100. DAVID RUMSEY MAP/GOOGLE EARTHINTEGRATION
  101. 101. WHAT WAS THERE
  102. 102. ANIMAPS
  103. 103. SCRIBBLE MAPS PG. 92
  104. 104. STRATALOGICA
  105. 105. THINK TIME… How can you incorporate mapping tools into your classes? Primary Sources are excellent for critical thinking skill building. What type of activities can you use?
  106. 106. AUDIO RECORDING TOOLSVOKI PG. 95
  107. 107. AUDIO BOO PG. 96
  108. 108. QR CODES
  109. 109. CYBRARY MAN’S QR CODE PAGEHTTP://CYBRARYMAN.COM/QRCODES.HTML
  110. 110. INFOGRAPHICSEASEL.LY PG. 100
  111. 111. VISUAL.LY
  112. 112. STAND UP, HAND UP, PAIR UP Find someone you haven’t spoken with today. Each person take one minute to share how you would use the audio tools and infographics in your classroom.
  113. 113. BREAK TIME
  114. 114. IPAD APPS IN SOCIAL STUDIESHTTP://LANGWITCHES.ORG/BLOG/CATEGORY/IPAD/PAGE/2/
  115. 115. IPAD APPS FOR MULTIPLE INTELLIGENCES
  116. 116. WHAT ARE YOU GOING TO DO NOW?
  117. 117. THE END IS NEAR Questions? My email: roncpeck29@gmail.com

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