Web 2.0 Is Elementary


   Presented by Ann Carnevale,
   Tawana Graham-Douglas and
        Jennifer Murrihy


           ...
Your Presenters
 from Plainville Community Schools, Plainville, CT


    Ann Carnevale                      Tawana Graham-...
Web 2.0 is the
INTERACTIVE web!

   Students can
   collaborate,
communicate, create,
    and more!
             Photo by ...
Wall Wisher
       http://www.wallwisher.com


Something for those who love
sticky notes!
                                ...
Wall Wisher Examples




Place Value   Reading: Among the Hidden
Wikis
Website that allows
multiple users to
collaborate in order to
create and edit
content. Also allows for
viewers to co...
Wiki Ideas


 
Wikis                           Cons

Pros                            • One person per page at a
                         ...
http://edu.glogster.com
Glogster Ideas
Glogster Ideas
• Place Value Posters

• Response to Literature or Character Poster

• Book reports

• Social Studies or Sc...
Glogster
Pros                           Cons

•   Engaging and fun for       •   Time consuming, choices can
    students ...
Voice Thread
  Let's Chat Around Media
Multimedia tool that allows users to collaborate on a
slideshow with images, docume...
Voice Thread Ideas

Reading
•Connections to literature
•Character study
•Discussion about themes
Writing
•Persuasive debat...
Voice Thread
Pros                         Cons

• Comments can piggyback     • Picks up background noise
  off of another ...
Wordle and ABC Ya Word Clouds




ABC Ya better for K-2                  Wordle better for 3-5

http://www.abcya.com/word_...
Wordle

             Photo by Ann Carnevale




 
ABC Ya
Integrating
Word Clouds
All about me

Spelling

Vocabulary

Math facts*

Paste writing into Wordle to
see the most commonl...
Wordle and ABC Ya
Pros                            Cons

•Both are easy to use           •Wordle doesn't recognize
        ...
Animoto


Easily combine text, images, and music into
engaging movies without movie editing software!



http://animoto.co...
Animoto Example




http://animoto.com/play/5ngWpTt5KJoTghMUGxLCog
Animoto Example




http://animoto.com/play/5ngWpTt5KJoTghMUGxLCog
Animoto in the Classroom




                       http://animoto.com/play/TmR0Timwpn7mDpTwzM1zRw
Pulley: http://www.flick...
Animoto in the Classroom




                       http://animoto.com/play/TmR0Timwpn7mDpTwzM1zRw
Pulley: http://www.flick...
Animoto
Pros                             Cons
•Free “All Access” educator      •Email needed to login
 accounts = full len...
Voki




                          http://www.voki.com
http://www.voki.com/php/viewmessage/?chsm=f723bd2932ca08c3417922232...
Voki




                          http://www.voki.com
http://www.voki.com/php/viewmessage/?chsm=f723bd2932ca08c3417922232...
Voki in the Classroom

• Exploration - Record as explorer to tell about discoveries,
 financiers, routes, etc...

• Coloni...
Voki                            Cons

                                •90 second limit
Pros                            •Re...
Primary Pad
Collaborative writing tool, allowing multiple students to
work together on a document synchronously or
asynchr...
Primary Pad
Primary Pad
Pros
                               Cons
•Each user has own color       •Monitoring could be issue
•Time slide...
Q&A
Feel free to email us after the presentation if you have any
questions. We would love to join your class in a collabor...
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  • Web 2.0 is Elementary

    1. 1. Web 2.0 Is Elementary Presented by Ann Carnevale, Tawana Graham-Douglas and Jennifer Murrihy CECA 2010
    2. 2. Your Presenters from Plainville Community Schools, Plainville, CT Ann Carnevale Tawana Graham- Jennifer Murrihy Instructional Technology Douglas Fifth grade teacher Specialist Second grade teacher M.Ed., Integrating Arts in Former first, second and Education M.Ed., Elementary Education fifth grade teacher Advanced graduate studies Currently enrolled: Sixth M.Ed., Technology in in Literacy and Intervention Year program for Education Administration carnevalea@plainvilleschools.org murrihyj@plainvilleschools.org grahamt@plainvilleschools.org
    3. 3. Web 2.0 is the INTERACTIVE web! Students can collaborate, communicate, create, and more! Photo by Ann Carnevale
    4. 4. Wall Wisher http://www.wallwisher.com Something for those who love sticky notes! Photo by Ann Carnevale Good for any type of task where students use stickies to respond to a question, comment on a topic, or explain their thinking. 160 characters or less
    5. 5. Wall Wisher Examples Place Value Reading: Among the Hidden
    6. 6. Wikis Website that allows multiple users to collaborate in order to create and edit content. Also allows for viewers to communicate Photo by Ann Carnevale their thoughts and information on the PB Works:  http://pbworks.com topic through the comment option. Wikispaces: http://www.wikispaces.com
    7. 7. Wiki Ideas  
    8. 8. Wikis Cons Pros • One person per page at a time • Moderation to view site • Ability to disable comments Tricky things to watch out • Notification when page is for updated or comments left • Adding pictures to wiki • Unique student logins • Explicit instruction of • Digital footprint protocol to avoid user • History restore error • Authentic audience = • Need to teach increased engagement commenting etiquette • Embed Voki, Glogs, images, • Set expectations for use YouTube, and more!
    9. 9. http://edu.glogster.com
    10. 10. Glogster Ideas
    11. 11. Glogster Ideas • Place Value Posters • Response to Literature or Character Poster • Book reports • Social Studies or Science Content Knowledge Poster (Branches of Government, Electricity/ Magnetism, Life Cycles, State of CT, States of Matter) • Synthesizing information from unit of study • Teacher tool to preview/present information to students using video, audio, images, text • Anything that would involve students making a poster!
    12. 12. Glogster Pros Cons • Engaging and fun for • Time consuming, choices can students be overwhelming • Opportunity for • May be too difficult for younger grade students creativity, no specific templates • Formatting quirks take time to "play with" • Large variety of images, fonts, stickers, etc. • Saving can be quirky • Monitor before finalizing (ex: Sequayah vs. Sequoyah) Caution: EDU vs “Regular”
    13. 13. Voice Thread Let's Chat Around Media Multimedia tool that allows users to collaborate on a slideshow with images, documents and video. Audience can comment to build online conversations on the topic through audio, video, and text. Easily embedded in a wiki http://voicethread.com Photo by Ann Carnevale
    14. 14. Voice Thread Ideas Reading •Connections to literature •Character study •Discussion about themes Writing •Persuasive debate Math Social Studies •Explain solution •Interview famous person in history Science •Postcard letter from historical •Scientific process figure •School community
    15. 15. Voice Thread Pros Cons • Comments can piggyback • Picks up background noise off of another child's • Management/logistics  comment • Can be time consuming • Levels the playing field for students who have difficulty with written response • Easy to use
    16. 16. Wordle and ABC Ya Word Clouds ABC Ya better for K-2 Wordle better for 3-5 http://www.abcya.com/word_clouds.htm http://www.wordle.net
    17. 17. Wordle Photo by Ann Carnevale  
    18. 18. ABC Ya
    19. 19. Integrating Word Clouds All about me Spelling Vocabulary Math facts* Paste writing into Wordle to see the most commonly used words Describe character traits   Synonyms/Antonyms Photo by Ann Carnevale
    20. 20. Wordle and ABC Ya Pros Cons •Both are easy to use •Wordle doesn't recognize some symbols such as "=" •Wordle background and foreground colors can be •Need to screenshot customized Wordle in order save •Multiple settings/options in •Beware of Wordle gallery Wordle •ABC Ya doesn't have white •Can copy/paste text from background option any source to create word •ABC Ya isn't based on cloud frequency of use
    21. 21. Animoto Easily combine text, images, and music into engaging movies without movie editing software! http://animoto.com http://www.flickr.com/photos/13698839@N00/4227185562/
    22. 22. Animoto Example http://animoto.com/play/5ngWpTt5KJoTghMUGxLCog
    23. 23. Animoto Example http://animoto.com/play/5ngWpTt5KJoTghMUGxLCog
    24. 24. Animoto in the Classroom http://animoto.com/play/TmR0Timwpn7mDpTwzM1zRw Pulley: http://www.flickr.com/photos/ramaswamyn/2336288133/ Fractions: http://www.flickr.com/photos/annmarycarnevale/4285183909/ Moon: http://www.flickr.com/photos/sandeepak/3025596013/ Lincoln: http://www.flickr.com/photos/annmarycarnevale/4285357634/ Mountains: http://www.flickr.com/photos/annmarycarnevale/4285121719/ Shapes: http://www.flickr.com/photos/litandmore/2343950942/ Habitat: http://www.flickr.com/photos/annmarycarnevale/4285152827/ Seasons: http://www.flickr.com/photos/annmarycarnevale/4285380834/ School: image by Ann Carnevale
    25. 25. Animoto in the Classroom http://animoto.com/play/TmR0Timwpn7mDpTwzM1zRw Pulley: http://www.flickr.com/photos/ramaswamyn/2336288133/ Fractions: http://www.flickr.com/photos/annmarycarnevale/4285183909/ Moon: http://www.flickr.com/photos/sandeepak/3025596013/ Lincoln: http://www.flickr.com/photos/annmarycarnevale/4285357634/ Mountains: http://www.flickr.com/photos/annmarycarnevale/4285121719/ Shapes: http://www.flickr.com/photos/litandmore/2343950942/ Habitat: http://www.flickr.com/photos/annmarycarnevale/4285152827/ Seasons: http://www.flickr.com/photos/annmarycarnevale/4285380834/ School: image by Ann Carnevale
    26. 26. Animoto Pros Cons •Free “All Access” educator •Email needed to login accounts = full length videos (Gmail “fake” account •Intuitive and easy to use naming convention: •Spotlight feature gives extra emailaddress+1@gmail.com) attention to specific images •Appropriateness of music •Combine text and images •MP3 copyright issues •Digital pics  •Anything in jpg format •Only hi-res can be downloaded ($$$) •Online help and knowledge base •Customer support •Embed in blog/wiki/website •Rendering process is time •Send to YouTube consuming
    27. 27. Voki http://www.voki.com http://www.voki.com/php/viewmessage/?chsm=f723bd2932ca08c3417922232044794c&mId=519041
    28. 28. Voki http://www.voki.com http://www.voki.com/php/viewmessage/?chsm=f723bd2932ca08c3417922232044794c&mId=519041
    29. 29. Voki in the Classroom • Exploration - Record as explorer to tell about discoveries, financiers, routes, etc... • Colonization - Postcard home to family as colonist, telling about aspects of life in new colony • Reading - Record text connections, retell story, do book reviews, practice fluency • A unique way to give directions to students! • Leave notes to your students when you have a sub!
    30. 30. Voki Cons •90 second limit Pros •Recording audio from computer doesn't always •Easy to use work the first time •Engaging •Advertisements •Levels the playing field for •Requires email address to students with writing save Voki (teacher vs. challenges student email), otherwise, •Free copy/paste embed code •Embed in wikis and blogs •Teachers need to monitor content
    31. 31. Primary Pad Collaborative writing tool, allowing multiple students to work together on a document synchronously or asynchronously. http://primarypad.com Photo by Ann Carnevale
    32. 32. Primary Pad
    33. 33. Primary Pad Pros Cons •Each user has own color •Monitoring could be issue •Time slider to see history •Limit of 5 users per •Simple formatting document on free version •Export to variety of •Free version document only formats, including txt, doc, kept online for 30 days and pdf
    34. 34. Q&A Feel free to email us after the presentation if you have any questions. We would love to join your class in a collaborative project using any of the tools we’ve shared in our presentation, or others we haven’t shared. Ann Carnevale: carnevalea@plainvilleschools.org Tawana Graham-Douglas: grahamt@plainvilleschools.org Jennifer Murrihy: murrihyj@plainvilleschools.org

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