Web 2.0 for the K-12 Classroom
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This workshop was presented February 11, 2011 at the 11th Annual MegaResource Conference for K-12 Librarians, held at Mississippi State University Libraries.

This workshop was presented February 11, 2011 at the 11th Annual MegaResource Conference for K-12 Librarians, held at Mississippi State University Libraries.

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  • 1. Web 2.0 for the K-12 Classroom Mississippi State University Libraries Amanda Clay Powers February 11, 2011
  • 2. Web 2.0 = Change
    • Everything has changed
    • Nothing has changed
  • 3. Web 2.0 Defined
    • Web 1.0 was a print newspaper with no subscribers
    • Web 2.0 brings Subscribers
      • Commenters
      • Content creators
      • Fans
      • Community
  • 4. Web 2.0 = Living Online
    • The Social Web
    • No More Middlemen
    • Create It Yourself
  • 5. What Does It Mean To You?
    • What does this mean for you as school librarians?
    • What does it mean to educators?
    • What does it mean for the classroom?
  • 6. Let’s Start With You
    • A new study brings significant findings to light.
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  • 7. Let’s Start With You
  • 8. 70% of School Librarians Report Being on Social Networks Mega Resources Mississippi State University Libraries
  • 9. Facebook is the Most Popular Mega Resources Mississippi State University Libraries
  • 10. But the Concerns Remain Mega Resources Mississippi State University Libraries
  • 11. These Concerns are Universal
    • Our students must learn:
      • Managing personal and public worlds online
      • Managing information overload
      • Managing time online
    • For our students these are essential skills to master—or even just address.
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  • 12. How Do We Manage?
    • But how do we help them do this if we are still struggling ourselves?
    • I think the answer lies in this other fact—that if we are part of social networks, we are more likely to see the possibilities in the classroom.
  • 13. Experience Leads to Value Mega Resources Mississippi State University Libraries
  • 14. Librarians Continue to Lead Mega Resources Mississippi State University Libraries
  • 15. But…but…but…but….
    • But what if you don’t have time or energy or interest in joining facebook or starting a blog?
    • But what if you don’t even have access to most social networks from work?
    • How do you integrate these new skills in your life as an educator?
    • How can you possibly meet these needs and learn to negotiate these worlds so you can pass on these essential new skills to your students, teachers and parents?
  • 16. Do You Make Time For:
    • Professional Development
    • Communicating with Colleagues
    • Mentoring
    • Continuing Education
  • 17. Educational Social Networking? Mega Resources Mississippi State University Libraries
  • 18. Social Networks for Educators
    • Classroom 2.0 -- A community for educators using Web 2.0
    • edWeb.net -- Where the education community connects
    • LearnCentral -- A forum for people dedicated to teaching and learning
    • Tapped In -- A community of education professionals
    • TeachAde -- A helpful community of educators and teachers
    • We Are Teachers -- Thousands of teachers sharing ideas and best practices
    • We the Teachers -- Connect with other teachers, find teaching material, share resources
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  • 19. Be Empowered
    • This is the reason you need a larger community.
    • Learn from your peers.
    • Find out what works.
    • Identify your people.
    • Succeed in your goals.
  • 20. Questions? Let’s talk.
    • Amanda Clay Powers
    • Virtual Reference Project Manager
    • Ag & Life Sciences Librarian
    • Assistant Professor
    • [email_address]
    • http://facebook.com/amandaclaypowers
    • http://amandaclaypowers.com
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