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  • 1. MAKING BEST USE OF CUTTING-EDGE TECHNOLOGY TOOLS IN THE SOCIAL STUDIES CLASSROOMWhat do you want tolearn today?
  • 2. YE OLE AGENDAIntroduction to Tech ToolsBreak Time – Mid MorningMore Cool ToolsLunch 11:45 – 1:00Common Core & ResourcesBreak Time - Mid AfternooniPad Apps
  • 3. Back Channeling & Organization Introduction & To Tech Learning Management Collaboration Tools Tools SystemsWebsite ScreenBuilding & Tech Integration Casting & Blogging Video Tools in the Social Studies Tools Student Response Mapping & Tools & Feedback Common Core iPad Apps & Primary Sources
  • 4. CHECK OUT THE HANDBOOK Table of Contents Lots of Great Resources and Tools
  • 5. A TEACHER’S REALITY
  • 6. COPYRIGHT – BE ON THE SAFESIDE Copyright Friendly Images Pics4Learning http://ookaboo.com/o/pictures/ http://www.flickr.com/creativecommons/ http://www.stockvault.net/
  • 7. “THINK BACK TEN YEARS AGO. WHATWAS TECHNOLOGY LIKE? NOW TRY TOIMAGINE WHAT IT WILL BE LIKE TENYEARS FROM NOW.” SIR KEN ROBINSON
  • 8. 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?
  • 9. 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.
  • 10. BACKCHANNELING Twitter Today’s Meet LocaModa Edmodo Collaborize Classroom
  • 11. BACKCHANNELING
  • 12. BACK CHANNELINGTWITTER PG. 73
  • 13. BUILDING YOUR PROFESSIONAL LEARNINGNETWORKHTTP://SSCHAT.NING.COM/
  • 14. COOL NEW TOYS…UM, I MEANTOOLS! 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/
  • 15. 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/Ho me
  • 16. SEARCH ENGINES Sweet Search Google Scholar InstaGrok iSeek
  • 17. LEARNING MANAGEMENT SYSTEMSwww.edmodo.com pg. 4
  • 18. MOODLE PG. 8HTTP://MOODLE.ORG/
  • 19. FLEXIBILITY AND FUNCTIONALITY
  • 20. APPLICATIONS IN SOCIALSTUDIES Why an LMS? How can I apply it in Social Studies?  Videos  Question and reflection  Feedback  Quizzes  Connecting and collaborating  Blogging
  • 21. LMS USES IN SOCIALSTUDIES Blogging Video storage and viewing Flipping your classroom Collaboration and sharing Communication Assignments and Grading Project Based Learning Posting Primary Source Documents
  • 22. 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.
  • 23. ADVANCED TIPS AND TRICKS Communities Link your resources in your library. Giving feedback to your students.  Written  Audio  Video
  • 24. ORGANIZATION: LIVEBINDERSPG. 26
  • 25. EVERNOTE PG.25
  • 26. SHARE YOUR THOUGHTS ANDIDEAS Uses for LiveBinders? With students? Uses for Evernote? For Students?
  • 27. COLLABORATION TOOLS PG. 10 Collaborative Writing and Communication  Google Apps
  • 28. G O LE D I VE OG R
  • 29. G O LE D CS OG O ht t ps://dr i ve.googl e.com/
  • 30. 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
  • 31. COLLABORATIVE VIDEO CONFERENCINGSKYPE PG.14
  • 32. SKYPE IN THE CLASSROOM
  • 33. COLLABORATION TOOLS PG. 23WALLWISHERHTTP://WALLWISHER.COM/
  • 34. PREZI PG. 29www.prezi.com
  • 35. SLIDESHARE PG.31
  • 36. PRESENTATION TOOL ACTIVITY ANDLESSON IDEAS Ideasfor 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
  • 37. BREAK TIMEThinkReflectShare
  • 38. GOOGLE SITES PG. 34
  • 39. WIKISPACESPG. 35
  • 40. WIKISPACES FOR EDUCATION &COLLABORATION
  • 41. BLOGGING TOOLS Edublogs pg. 38
  • 42. BLOGGER PG. 39
  • 43. GLOGSTERPG. 41
  • 44. COLLABORIZE CLASSROOMHTTP://WWW.COLLABORIZECLASSROOM.COM/
  • 45. BLOGGING IDEAS AND ACTIVITIESTeachers and develop the best blog. Create a website Students Post Homework to  Write a reflection Students & Parents  Comment on other Share Resources with student’s blogs students  Peer edit with comments Create a class bulletin  Have discussion groups board  Share Current Events Connect with other  Write newsletter stories classrooms  Post your video, timeline, Make a class newsletter photo & other creations Create a “This Day in  Take on a blogging History” page challenge and deck out Have a student blogging your blog. challenge – students a challenged to write, create
  • 46. SHARE TIMEStandup, Hand up, Pair upand Share.
  • 47. 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
  • 48. SCREENCASTING AND VIDEO CREATIONTOOLSScreencasting Video Creation Tools Tools ScreenCast-O-Matic  Animoto Screenr  Common Craft GoView  Qwiki CamStudio  Masher Camtasia Studio  Xtranormal ScreenFlow  YouTube Webinaria  School Tube
  • 49. SCREENCAST-O-MATICPG. 49
  • 50. JING PG. 50
  • 51. VIDEO CREATION TOOLSANIMOTO HTTP://GOO.GL/N5RI1
  • 52. ACTIVITIES AND LESSONS FOR VIDEOTOOLS 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
  • 53. DIPITY PG. 62
  • 54. VOCABULARY BUILDERSWORDLE PG. 68
  • 55. TAGXEDO
  • 56. THINK PAIR SHARE How can you use timeline, comic and vocabulary creation tools with your students? Share two ideas.
  • 57. STUDENT RESPONSE/FEEDBACKPOLL EVERYWHERE
  • 58. SOCRATIVEWWW.SOCRATIVE.COM
  • 59. AHHH, LUNCH!Please be back at 1:00pmThank you.
  • 60. 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.
  • 61. PRIMARY SOURCES PG. 77NATIONAL ARCHIVES – DOCS TEACH
  • 62. EDSITEMENT
  • 63. LIBRARY OF CONGRESS
  • 64. GILDER-LEHRMANINSTITUTE OF AMERICAN HISTORY
  • 65. SMITHSONIAN INSTITUTION
  • 66. PROCON.ORGHTTP://WWW.PROCON.ORG/
  • 67. MAPPING TOOLSGOOGLE EARTH PG. 85
  • 68. GOOGLE MAPS
  • 69. DAVID RUMSEY’S HISTORICAL MAPS PG.87
  • 70. DAVID RUMSEY MAP/GOOGLE EARTHINTEGRATION
  • 71. WHAT WAS THERE
  • 72. STRATALOGICA
  • 73. 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?
  • 74. AUDIO RECORDING TOOLSVOKI PG. 95
  • 75. AUDIO BOO PG. 96
  • 76. QR CODES
  • 77. CYBRARY MAN’S QR CODE PAGE HTTP://CYBRARYMAN.COM/QRCODES.HTML
  • 78. THINK, PAIR, SHARE Findsomeone you haven’t spoken with today. Each person take one minute to share.
  • 79. BREAK TIME
  • 80. IPAD APPS IN SOCIALSTUDIESHTTP://LANGWITCHES.ORG/BLOG/CATEGORY/IPAD/PAGE/2/
  • 81. IPAD APPS FOR MULTIPLE INTELLIGENCES
  • 82. WHAT ARE YOU GOING TO DONOW?
  • 83. THE END IS NEAR Questions? My email: roncpeck29@gmail.com