Pr ofessionalNetwor ksCasey EubanksInformational Systems ManagementEDLD 5362 Lamar University
Why ProfessionalNetworks  Web 2.0 tools allow educators to share best   practice, ask questions and grow professionally  ...
Duties of theInstructionalTechnology Specialist  Collaborate with other teacher   concerning best practices as they relat...
The Interactive WhiteboardRevolutionhttp://iwbrevolution.ning.com/
The Interactive WhiteboardRevolutionhttp://iwbrevolution.ning.com  Every classroom in our district has an   Interactive W...
The InteractiveWhiteboard Revolutionprovides:  Resources for members:      Videos discussing tips for different lessons ...
Impact Videos/Activtips   Clips that describe the more advance functions of    the IWB Photos   Demonstrates how allow...
Classroom 2.0http://www.classroom20.com/
Classroom 2.0http://www.classroom20.com/  Support of teachers who are   incorporating technology into their   classroom ...
Components Blogs/Wiki’s     Collaboration     Debate ideas     Share lessons, videos, photos     Interact with other ...
Why Networks Vast amounts of benefits for educators     Ideas     Did I mention Collaboration     Sharing of Resources...
References   Hargardon, S. (2007). A little help from my friends: Classroom 2.0    Educators Share Their Experiences, Sch...
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  1. 1. Pr ofessionalNetwor ksCasey EubanksInformational Systems ManagementEDLD 5362 Lamar University
  2. 2. Why ProfessionalNetworks  Web 2.0 tools allow educators to share best practice, ask questions and grow professionally (Hargardon, 2007)  Collaboration is key to professional development (ISTE, 2008)  Learning is inherently social (Vogel, 2009)  “Educational Networking” is the use of social networking technologies for educational purposes (Hargadon, 2010)
  3. 3. Duties of theInstructionalTechnology Specialist  Collaborate with other teacher concerning best practices as they relate to effective integration of technology.  Integrate technology by creating and sharing effective lessons.  Use The Interactive Whiteboard Revolution and Classroom 2.0.
  4. 4. The Interactive WhiteboardRevolutionhttp://iwbrevolution.ning.com/
  5. 5. The Interactive WhiteboardRevolutionhttp://iwbrevolution.ning.com  Every classroom in our district has an Interactive Whiteboard (IWB)  IWB’s are only as interactive as the teacher allows them to be. (Quashie, 2009)  The interactive whiteboard revolution provides me with a great resource to help teachers integrate technology into the classroom by making their lessons more interactive.
  6. 6. The InteractiveWhiteboard Revolutionprovides:  Resources for members:  Videos discussing tips for different lessons  Group Discussions  Special Education, Primary Teachers and High School Teachers  Forum  Allows collaboration with other teachers and IWB experts.
  7. 7. Impact Videos/Activtips  Clips that describe the more advance functions of the IWB Photos  Demonstrates how allows are using the IWB  Placement in the classroom  Different interactions Forums/Groups  Allows me to discuss topics that is relative to my school/district
  8. 8. Classroom 2.0http://www.classroom20.com/
  9. 9. Classroom 2.0http://www.classroom20.com/  Support of teachers who are incorporating technology into their classroom  Allows collaboration of teachers from many different backgrounds
  10. 10. Components Blogs/Wiki’s  Collaboration  Debate ideas  Share lessons, videos, photos  Interact with other teacher using technology
  11. 11. Why Networks Vast amounts of benefits for educators  Ideas  Did I mention Collaboration  Sharing of Resources Changing the way educators look at Professional Development.
  12. 12. References Hargardon, S. (2007). A little help from my friends: Classroom 2.0 Educators Share Their Experiences, School Library Journal, 53(10), 44- 48 Retrieved from ERIC database. International Society for Technology in Educational, (2008). National Education Technology Standards (NETS T) and Performance Indicators for Teachers, Retrieved April 18, 2012, from http://www.iste.org/Content/NavigationMenu/NETS/forTeachers/2008Standard . Knobel, M., & Lankshear, C. (2009). Wikis, Digital Literacies, and Professional Growth, Journal of Adolescent & Adult Literacy, 52(7), 631- 634. Retrieved from ERIC database. Quashie, V. (2009). How Interactive is the Interactive Whiteboard?. Mathematics Teaching Incorporating Micromath, (214), 33-38. retrieved from ERIC database. Vogel, C. (2009). A call for collaboration, District Administration, 45(5), 22- 25, retrieved from ERIC database.

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