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    Applying Digital Tools to CCSS Applying Digital Tools to CCSS Presentation Transcript

    • Applying Digital Tools to Common Core Standards by Desireé Caskey caskeyd@billingsschools.orgMonday, March 4, 13
    • Creating Information Finding Information Writing Using Information Understanding InformationMonday, March 4, 13
    • Learning More - My Contact Information • Follow Me (caskeyd) • Twitter • Google + • LinkedIn • Classroom 2.0 • YouTube • Websites • Digital Portfolio - bpstis.weebly.com • Blog - emergingt.blogspot.com • Social Network - emergingt.blogspot.com • Presentations - slideshare.net/caskeydMonday, March 4, 13
    • Summary of Concepts & Tools • Finding Information • Using Information • Library of Congress • YouTube • Gooru • SlideRocket • Wolfram-Alpha • Edmodo • KidRex • Animoto • Quintura • Prezi • InstaGrok • Empressr • Boolify • Bookr • Qwiki • SoundCloud • Voki • Creating Information • Understanding Information • Story Starter • Vocabgrabber • Google Docs • Linoit • Storybird • Texalyser • Typewith.me • Bubbl.us • Blogger • Crocodoc • Weebly • Vocabulary • Kerpoof • Read.Write.ThinkMonday, March 4, 13
    • Make strategic use of digital media in presentations to enhance understanding of findings, reasoning, Digital Tools and evidence and to add interest. Collaboration forces students to plan, adopt, adapt, rethink, and revise, all higher- level practices. Whether through apps, social media platforms, or in person, collaboration is not new for most K-12 learners in modern settings. But collaborating in pursuit of publishing and sharing thinking online is. Publishing requires deep consideration of audience, purpose, structure, text features, and format. Whether text blogging via WordPress, photo blogging via tumblr or Instagram, or video blogging through Vimeo or YouTube, the demand for students to actually publish their writing is a significant leap. ...use technology, including the Internet, to produce and CCSS publish writing as well as to interact and collaborate with others; demonstrate sufficient command of keyboarding skills to type a minimum of one page in a single sitting.Monday, March 4, 13
    • Lib of Congress Quintura Gooru InstaGrok Finding Information Wolfram-Alpha Boolify KidRex QwikiMonday, March 4, 13
    • Story Glogster Writing Starter Prompts Google Toondoo Docs Creating Information Storybird Kerpoof typewith.me Blogger WeeblyMonday, March 4, 13
    • YouTube Smilebox Voki SlideRocket SoundCloud Using Information Edmodo Bookr Little Bird Animoto Prezi TalesMonday, March 4, 13
    • Linoit Vocabgrabber Texalyser Bubbl.us Understanding Information Mind42 Mark-Up Read.Write.Think VocabularyMonday, March 4, 13