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    • What do you know about Web 2.0?
      Text 197550 and your answer to 37607
      or
      Submit 197550 and your answer to http://poll4.com
      http://www.polleverywhere.com/free_text_polls/LTE2MTkyMTAxODY
    • Social Studies 2.0
      Presented by Betsey Kennedy
      4th Grade Teacher, Big Shanty Intermediate School
      elizabeth.kennedy@cobbk12.org
    • Materials and Links
      All materials and links available at:
      http://socialstudies2point0.wikispaces.com/
    • What is Web 2.0?
    • What is Web 2.0?
      • Web 1.0 = Read Only Web
      • Web 2.0 = Read/Write Web
      • People are both consumers and producers
    • Why Use Web 2.0 With Kids?
      stimulates new modes of inquiry
      creates new opportunities for collaborative learning
      allows students to engage with new literacies and express themselves in different media
      encourages a proficiency in the publication of content, which creates a sense of ownership, audience engagement, peer assessment, and informal learning
      (Crook, Fisher, Graber, Harrison, & Lewin, 2009)
    • Challenges with Web 2.0
      Time
      Classroom Management
      Privacy Issues
      Digital Divide
    • Getting Started with Web 2.0
      Create multiple email accounts
      Generic Usernames
      Common Password
      Register for students
      good job for a volunteer
      Try it out for yourself
    • Managing Classroom 2.0
      Start small
      Develop groups of “experts”
      Ask for help
      Limit options
      Be ready before you move to the computer lab
    • Time for the Tools
      1. Prezi
      2. Blabberize
      3. Glogster
      4. Podomatic
      5. ToonDoo
      6. TypePad
      7. VoiceThread
      8. Wikispaces
      9. Xtimeline
      10. ZeeMaps
    • http://Prezi.com
      Free upgraded accounts for teachers
      Presentation tool for teachers
      Highly engaging to students
      Easily embedded on TypePad blogs
      Allows for student comments
    • What can you do with a Prezi?
      Document Analysishttp://prezi.com/pflvxcboiscm/primary-source-analysis/
      Interactive Textbook Reading Lessonhttp://prezi.com/mrlg3lftq4la/vikings/
    • http://blabberize.com
      Create talking images using photographs or drawings
      Quick and easy
      Post comments
    • What can you do with Blabberize?
      Conversations between historical characters
      “Oh the Things I’ve Seen”: Talking Objects Witness to History
      Elizabeth Cady Stanton Biography
      http://blabberize.com/view/id/445472
    • www.Glogster.com/edu
      Create multimedia, interactive posters that include everything from movies to Wordles to weblinks
      http://thilby.edu.glogster.com/glogsteredu/
    • Glogster Basics
      Can register students without email addresses
      Students can comment on each others glogs
      Glogs can be linked to TypePad blogs easily
    • What can you do with a Glog?
      Present Information
      Biography Reports
      Event Review
      http://wynford.edu.glogster.com/america-in-the-great-depression/
    • www.Podomatic.com
      Allows teachers or students to make podcasts very simply
      Easy to embed, link, or email
      Allows for commenting
    • What can you do with podcasts?
      Current Events
      What We Have Learned
      http://mps.mpsomaha.org/willow/radio/shows/Willowcast27.html
      Radio Plays/ Newscasts
      Monthly “Newsletters”
    • www.ToonDoo.com
      Students can create comic strips
      Images provided or uploaded
      Allows for comments
      Easy to embed
    • What can you do with a ToonDoo?
      Primary Source Analysis
      What’s Wrong with this Cartoon
      Event Review
      http://www.toondoo.com/Search.toon?searchfield=revolutionary war&searchFrom=book
      Biography Reports
      http://www.toondoo.com/Search.toon?searchfield=harriet tubman&searchFrom=book
    • www.TypePad.com
      Embedding is easy
      Open comments
      Take advantage of the features
      Create another blog when necessary
    • What can you do with your blog?
      Embed Web 2.0 projects
      Turn to Blogspot.com when you need more
      http://herstorysociety.blogspot.com/
      Class Recordings
      http://bigshanty.blogs.com/kennedy/2011/03/the-french-and-indian-war.html
    • www.VoiceThread.com
      Collaborative, multimedia slide shows
      Holds images, documents, and videos
      Allows people to navigate slides and leave comments:
      using voice (with a microphone or telephone)
      text
      audio file
      video (via a webcam)
    • VoiceThread Student Sample
      http://voicethread.com/share/1602641/http://bigshanty.blogs.com/kennedy/
    • VoiceThread Tips and Tricks
      Provide a selection of pictures in student drives for students to use
      Have students complete a storyboard before ever touching the computer
      Provide thumbnails of the pictures for the storyboard
      Have two students work together
    • www.Wikispaces.com
      http://www.wikispaces.com/content/for/teachers
      Free for teachers (no ads, private or public)
      Private memberships for students
      Students can edit a common page adding their own thoughts, pictures, etc.
    • What can you do with a wiki?
      • ABC “Book”
      • History Yearbook/Encyclopedia
      • Project Organizing Space
      • Book Clubs (http://lightningthiefbookgroup.wikispaces.com/)
      • Spot to collaborate with other classes
    • www.xTimeline.com
      Simple Timeline Builder
      Can be embedded or linked to blog
      Allows you to add:
      Dates
      Descriptions
      Media
    • What can you do with xTimeline?
      Biographical Timelines
      http://www.xtimeline.com/timeline/Thomas-Jefferson
      Event Timelines
      Year-Long Building Timeline
    • www.ZeeMaps.com
      Create interactive maps
      Includes:
      Locations
      Descriptions
      Web Links
      Audio Files
      Movie Files
    • What can you do with ZeeMaps?
      Trace Important Events in History
      http://www.zeemaps.com/244541
      Map the Life of a Person
      Map the Settings of a Book
    • Time for the Tools
      1. Prezi
      2. Blabberize
      3. Glogster
      4. Podomatic
      5. ToonDoo
      6. TypePad
      7. VoiceThread
      8. Wikispaces
      9. Xtimeline
      10. ZeeMaps
    • Materials and Links
      All materials and links available at:http://socialstudies2point0.wikispaces.com/
      Add to this wiki!