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Problem Based Learning (K-12) – Web 2.0 is about revolutionary new ways of creating, collaborating,
editing and sharing user-generated content on line. It’s also about ease of use. There is no
need to download and teachers and students can master many of these tools in minutes.
Technology has never been easier or more accessible to all. See how you can
promote technology, create user generated content and collaborate with your staff
members and among students in your library.
Bosa Mijaljevic, Librarian, Arts High School, Newark, Deborah Liberato, Librarian, Paterson
Public Schools & Cara Cunha, Librarian, Roseland Public Schools

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  • 1. What is Web 2.0?• Web 2.0 – Non-restrictive –People can post comments, change information, upload videos or photos and contribute to a site –User Generated Content
  • 2. Also, Web 2.0 is• Participatory• Collaborative• Connective• Shareable• Personalized• Social
  • 3. Why 2.0 in education? Because your student is a Digital Native not a Digital Immigrant!• “Our students have changed radically. Today’s students are no longer the people our educational system was designed to teach.” By Marc Prensky From On the Horizon (MCB University Press, Vol. 9 No. 5, October 2001) © 2001 Marc Prensky
  • 4. Why Web 2.0 in Education?• "Children raised on new media technologies are less patient with filling out worksheets and listening to lectures because students already participate on a global level.” Collins, Allan (2009). Rethinking Education in the Age of Technology. New York, NY: Teachers College Press.• Will Richardson stated in Blogs, Wikis, Podcasts and other Powerful Web tools for the Classrooms, 3rd Edition that,“Educators must possess the ability to adapt technology to meet individual needs, rather than vice versa”
  • 5. Literacy
  • 6. Wordle for Vocabulary
  • 7. Tagxedo for Vocabulary
  • 8. Storybird • Creative writing tool • Free class accounts • Engaging • You can share, read and print
  • 9. CreativityKerpoof Studio • Explore • Create • Design • Make a picture • Make a movie • Make a drawing • Select a background then drag and drop your selected additions.
  • 10. PictureBookMaker-CultureStreet
  • 11. ZooBurstDigital Story Telling• Create 3D pop-up books• Can make items “clickable," allowing readers to learn more about individual characters within a story.• Each character can have its own chat bubble that pops up when that character is clicked.• Authors can also record their own voices using the ZooBurst audio recorder
  • 12. VoiceThread• Group conversations are collected and shared in one place from anywhere in the world• No software to install• Collaborative, multimedia slide show that holds images, documents and videos• Allows people to navigate slides and leave comments in 5 ways - using voice (with a mic or telephone), text, audio file, or video (via a webcam).• Users can doodle (draw) while commenting• Can be exported to MP3 players or DVDs to play as archival movies.
  • 13. VoiceThread Second Graders Fifth Graders I Spy Ellis Island• Tech skills • Role playing• Literacy skills • Tech skills• Fun • Literacy skills• Engaging • Engaging • Fun
  • 14. PicLits Writing Prompts•Creative writing site•Matches images with carefully selected keywords•The object is to put the right words in the right place andthe right order•Capture the essence, story, and meaning of the picture•Primary/Secondary resources
  • 15. COMIC MASTERCreate a Graphic Novel
  • 16. StoryCove
  • 17. MY STORYMAKER
  • 18. Literature Connection:Fairy TalesLegendsMythsTall Tales
  • 19. Inanimate AliceCelly - Teaching with Cell Phones
  • 20. Jux INFORMATIVE WRITING VISUAL INSTRUCTIONS ON RIDING A BIKE OR MAKING A SANDWICH.
  • 21. My top 10 destinations slideshowNational Park slideshowSeven wonders of the WorldTravel VenezuelaLiterature Link: Amber Brown is Not a Crayon – students had to research a country
  • 22. Use Google Street Views to post full-screen, interactive Street Views!. Plug in anaddress, pan for the perfect angle, and sign off with a caption. Literature Link: Alex Rider series Catcher in the Rye, Eloise
  • 23. Studyladder• Cross-curricular interactive activities• Aligned to CCCS with learning outcomes• Ability to register whole class for access at home and school• Ability to assign differentiated tasks
  • 24. QUICKLYST Quicklyst provides a simple outline template that you can use to take notes. You can search a word and Quicklyst will insert basic information. Search within your notes. Native Americans I. Coming to America A. land bridge II. Tribes by Region A. Southwest B. Southeast InClass and Paper53 are free iPhone and iPad apps III. Tribes today with similar abilities. http://www.fiftythree.com/paper A. Life on a reservationSpringnoteCreate personal or group notebooks online using text, graphics,and calendars with content that can easily be uploaded to blogs.
  • 25. Teaching Tolerance
  • 26. Material for Grades K-12
  • 27. Science
  • 28. FOSSwebFOSSweb bridges research andpractice by providing tools andstrategies to engage students andteachers in enduring experiencesthat lead to deeper understandingof the natural and designed worlds
  • 29. FOSSweb 3-6K-2 Middle School
  • 30. 2nd Grade Cause and Effect LessonThere Was An Old Witch Howard W. Reeves
  • 31. OLogy
  • 32. 3rd Grade Science PowerPoint How to Take Your Grandmother to the MuseumLois Wyse and Molly Rose Goldman (granddaughter)
  • 33. 3rd Grade Science PowerPoint
  • 34. Nova Tour the Solar System
  • 35. Interactive Solar SystemResource for 5th grade Solar System Research Project
  • 36. Solar System Model1st or 2nd Grade Stanley in Space Learn facts about each planet.
  • 37. Write about the “trip” to the planet in a journal http://millergrade2.homestead.com/StudentWriting/2009Writing/Flat2009/Julia_flat_1.jpg
  • 38. Nova DNA Fingerprinting
  • 39. Nova DNA Fingerprinting
  • 40. Middle School Crime Solver Lesson Book talk and/or create a display ofMystery Books with a “Who done it? “ theme.
  • 41. How to SmileHow to Smile is an online community ofeducators that have vetted over 3,000engaging hands-on, interactive STEMactivities. With both desktop and mobilecapabilities. How to Smile is full ofactivities that are both physical and virtualthat are sure to get students involved.
  • 42. LaunchballLaunchball is a prototype for thefuture of online learning for scienceeducation! The Science Museumof London has developed anamazing tool for learning theconcepts of motion, forces,electricity, magnetism, light, and somuch more. But your students willalso learn about problem solving,trial and error, strategy, and criticalthinking. Additionally, they cancreate their own challenges andshare them with their friends.
  • 43. Gamestar MechanicCreate a Game to Explain the Water Cycle
  • 44. Lesson Plans Across the CurriculumFor more details see: http://gamestarmechanic.com/teachers/using_gamestar andhttp://cdn.gamestarmechanic.com/1.31c/pdfs/gamestar-getting-started-pack.pdf
  • 45. Social Studies
  • 46. POPPLET – Class Project
  • 47. POPPLET – Individual Project
  • 48. The Moon
  • 49. National Park FoundationElectronic Field Trips
  • 50. WebRangers• This is the National Park Services on-line Junior Ranger program for kids of all ages.• If you love your National Parks, Monuments and Historic Sites, this site is for you.• Play more than 50 games and learn about National Parks• Also available in Spanish
  • 51. iCivics • Prepares young Americans to become knowledgeable, engaged 21st century citizens • Founded by Justice Sandra Day O’Connor to reverse Americans’ declining civic knowledge and participation • Offers the nation’s most comprehensive, standards- aligned civics curriculum that is available freely on the Web.
  • 52. MyHistro - A Timeline and Mapping Tool in OneOn myHistro you can build a personal timeline or build atimeline about a theme or event in history. Each event thatyou place on your timeline can be geolocated using GoogleMaps. "Story" is myHistros name for timelines. Create a storythen add events to your story. Each event can include videos,images, text and be geolocated on a map.Dipity - Create Timelines About Current Events IWitness Over 1,000 online video testimonies of Holocaust survivors
  • 53. Integrate maps and technology: http://www.edzone.net/~mwestern/maps.pdf
  • 54. SpiderscribeSpiderScribe is the visual learner’s ideal tool. It allows you to create a conceptmap of a topic using documents, pictures, maps etc. Students can collaborateto build a project map. Ex. Exotic Festivals
  • 55. Spiderscribe – Summer OlympicsScience IdeaARKive gathers together films, photographs, and audio recordings of the world’sspecies to establish a comprehensive multimedia digital collection of profiles of species either rare or threatened with extinction.
  • 56. COLLABORIZE Differentiated instruction Polls Debates Practice tests Tracks individual students Share work with other teachers/parentsHelp with Primary SourcesDocsTeach
  • 57. HistorypinHistorypin brings together stories, photographs and links memories fromaround the world. Create collections, discuss history, and capture and sharethe worlds moments. Literature Link: Map out family history.You could also have students map out the story of a Holocaust survivor or afamous explorer.
  • 58. THE SMITHSONIAN
  • 59. The Native Americans’ relationship to the buffaloSmithsonian:Simple: Locate different picturesAdvanced: Click on the pictures and a short passage with questionsappears.Literature connection:Magic Tree House Buffalo before BreakfastWhere the Buffaloes Begin, by Olaf BakerBuffalo Woman, by Paul GobleWeblink: http://www.carolhurst.com/subjects/nativeamericans.html
  • 60. SMITHSONIAN ART TO ZOO ARTICLEShttp://www.smithsonianeducation.org/educators/lesson • Radio – article_plans/radio/index.html • Literature link: Radio Rescue byhttp://childrensbookradio Lynne Barasch.com/ Book reviews • Who Was that Masked Man Anyway,http://www.readingrocke by Avits.org/article/25032/ • Wille Bea and the Time the Martianshttp://www.scholastic.co Landed, by Virginia Hamiltonm/teachers/article/tech-how-podcasts • Podcast for LMS • Create a podcast with class
  • 61. Smithsonian Quest• http://smithsonianquests.org/• tutorial – http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i2m_jA6Kn8M&f eature=youtu.be
  • 62. USGS - SMITHSONIAN
  • 63. Peace Corps – World Wise Schools • Free • Lesson Plans • Interactive • E-books • By grade • By region • By subject See also : World Food Organization wfp.org/students-and -teachers/students/fun-and-learn National geographic: ttp://nationalgeographic.com
  • 64. Library of CongressPrimary and Secondary Sources Collection of Over 151 million items includes – More than 34.5 million cataloged books and other print materials in 470 languages – More than 66.6 million manuscripts; the largest rare book collection in North America – Worlds largest collection of legal materials, films, maps, sheet music and sound recordings.
  • 65. Library of Congress Lesson Plans available.
  • 66. Other sitesHISTORICAL SCENEINVESTIGATIONS TENEMENT MUSEUM
  • 67. Virtual Class Trips
  • 68. Exploring CareersInformation from the Bureau of Labor Statistics
  • 69. Council for Economic Education
  • 70. Cara Cunha, SLMSccunha@roselandnjboe.orgDeborah Liberato, SLMSdliberato@paterson.k12.nj.usBosa Mijaljevic, SLMSartshighlibrary@gmail.com
  • 71. Bonus Slides
  • 72. Digital Natives at Work Little Kids Big Potential
  • 73. National Council for the Social Studies
  • 74. National Council for the Social Studies - NCSS
  • 75. State of New JerseyDepartment of State
  • 76. Resources for all grade levels
  • 77. Library of CongressPrimary and Secondary Sources Collection of more than • 151 million items includes – More than 34.5 million cataloged books and other print materials in 470 languages – More than 66.6 million manuscripts; the largest rare book collection in North America – Worlds largest collection of legal materials, films, maps, sheet music and sound recordings.
  • 78. Library of Congress Has lessons plans for grades 3-8 Majority are for grades 6-12
  • 79. Election Sites Old School Presidential Campaign Videos This afternoon my Uncle Bob shared with me this video of a campaign jingle for Dwight D. Eisenhower in 1952. I then shared the video on Twitter with the comment, "what if political campaign ads were still like this?" To that Tony Amsler replied, "maybe we can run a contest for folks to create jingles." I think that could become a great classroom activity as the election approaches. Have students use tools like Animoto, WeVideo, or Pixorial to create "lighter" campaign commercials. For more old campaign commercials and ideas for using them in your classroom, please check out The Living Room Candidate.http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TctDYRECE9ohttp://www.smithsonianeducation.org/educators/lesson_plans/elections/index.html
  • 80. Social Studies Project Ideas Using C-Span to teach about the U.S. Presidents http://www.americanpresidents.org/classroom/ http://www.americanpresidents.org/ The 50 States http://www.pewstates.org/projects/stateline http://www.50states.com/Debating Social IssuesMultnomah County Library Homework CenterPublic AgendaEverything About Debating (University of Vermont)http://www.ipl.org/IPL/Finding?Key=states&collection=youthIdeas of using technology in the social studies classroom. http://www.edutopia.org/digital-generation-social-studies-lessonshttp://schoolcomputing.wikia.com/wiki/Technology_in_Social_Studieshttp://www.socialstudiescentral.com/?q=content/online-interactive-simulationshttp://www.socialstudies.org/resourceshttp://www.freetech4teachers.com/2010/04/12-resources-every-social-studies.html#.ULGacmewWNw
  • 81. Technology Integration Resources• http://www.webenglishteacher.com/tech.ht ml• http://www.webenglishteacher.com/reading main.html• http://www.webenglishteacher.com/vocab.ht ml
  • 82. SCIENCE – HISTORY - TECHNOLOGY http://www.techtrekers.com/secsci.htm LINKS TO OTHER SITES VIRTURAL FIELD TRIPS WEBQUESTS SIMULATIONS RUBRICS SCAVENGER HUNTS POWERPOINT IDEAS HIGH SCHOOL SCIENCE SITES SOCIAL STUDIES SITES WEB RESOURCE SITES INTEGRATION IDEAS OF SCIENCE AND SOCIAL STUDIES THEMATIC UNITS
  • 83. StudyBlueUse Study Blue to study millions of flash cards and online quizzes orif you can’t find what you are looking for, create your own. Available in mobile formatsas well. Study Blue is a powerful tool. Tip: Use Study Blue to practice language skillswhen learning new words.
  • 84. NASA Kids Club – Use as an example to create with othertools.It is time to engage your senses in outer space. Join the NASAKids Club and take off into a universe of STEM activities thatengage and inspire teaching and learning. Join the DiscoveryCrew with Buzz Lightyear, visit NASA with Elmo, explore outerspace with Nebula, and follow those Angry Birds into anotheruniverse. NASA Kids Club guarantees an out-of-this-worldexperience.
  • 85. SCIENCE – MAD SCIENCE http://www.madsci.org/libs/MAD_libs.html
  • 86. Frank Potters Science Gems http://www.sciencegems.com/physical2.htmlINTERACTIVE PHYSICSVIRTUAL LIGHTBULBPARTICLES IN A BOXELECTRIC GENERATORLIGHT
  • 87. • EXPERIMENTS AND MAKE YOUR OWN: • Hover CraftAWARD WINNING SITES • FlotationREEKO SCIENCE LAB • Volcanohttp://www.reekoscience.com/Experi • Plasticments/Hovercraft.aspx • Clouds • IN THE NEWS CONNECTS YOU TO 100’S OFSCI-CENTRAL ARTICLES ABOUT CURRENT SCIENCEhttp://scicentral.com/ DISCOVERIES.
  • 88. Mars Student Imaging Project → Sign up to let your students use a camera on the Odyssey orbiter to take their own image of the Red Planet and analyze it using the scientific method. Ocean Motion → A comprehensive review of the surface circulation of Earth’s ocean asVIDEO’S ALL SPACE, OCEAN, EARTH well as lesson plans and quizzes.
  • 89. FORENSIC SCIENCE TECHNICIANhttp://www.forensicsciencetechnician.org/100-best-websites-for-science- teachers/
  • 90. Cool siteshttp://apps.exploratorium.edu/10cool/index.php http://www.learningscience.org/ http://www.discoveryeducation.com/administr ators/curricular-resources/science/
  • 91. BBC - http://www.bbc.co.uk/nature/blueplanet/games.shtml
  • 92. AWARD WINNING SITES • EXPERIMENTS AND MAKE YOUR OWN: • Hover Craft• REEKO SCIENCE LAB • Flotation• http://www.reekoscie • Volcano nce.com/Experiments/ Hovercraft.aspx • Plastic • Clouds• SCI-CENTRAL • IN THE NEWS CONNECTS YOU TO 100’S OF• http://scicentral.co ARTICLES ABOUT CURRENT SCIENCE DISCOVERIES. m/
  • 93. The National Archives
  • 94. Create ActivitiesFocus on details, make connections, map history,weigh the evidence, interpret data, find a sequenceusing primary sources, and see the big picture!