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  • 1. Seven Skills of Highly Effective Web 2.0 Science Teachers Dr. Candace Figg Brock University cfigg@brocku.ca 905-688-5550, ext. 5347 Dr. Kamini Jaipal-Jamani Brock University kjaipal@brocku.ca 905-688-5550, ext. 4739
  • 2. Are you ready for her? Hewlett Packard print commercials (2003)
  • 3. Southwestern Bell Telephone Book, 2005
  • 4. Digital Natives Prensky, M. (2004). Capturing the Value of "Generation Tech" Employees. Strategy +Business . http://www.strategy-business.com/press/enewsarticle/enews063004?pg=all 10,000 hours playing video games 200,000 emails and instant messages 10,000 hours of cell phone usage 20,000 hours watching TV 500,000 commercials 5000 hours of book reading
  • 5. Are we ready for the FUTURE?
  • 6. Teacher Knowledge for Teaching with Technology Content Pedagogy Routines, Lesson Plans, Class Structures, Learning Styles, Teaching Strategies, Authentic Hands-On, Lesson Design Teaching with tools for appropriate outcomes, Skills with tools Knowledge of Content Area Concepts and Skills Technology TechnologicalPedagogical And Content Knowledge (TPACK)
  • 7. Transforming Education
    • Stakeholders contribute to the creation of documents in a shared space
    Web 1.0 Documents written offline and uploaded to a shared space Web 2.0
  • 8. Web 1.0 Web Pages/Sites Search Engines Databases Email Listening/Watching READ Web
  • 9. Web 2.0 Blog Wiki Podcasts Facebook/MySpace Video READ/WRITE Web
  • 10. Using Web2.0 Tools to Promote Scientific Literacy
  • 11. Demonstrating Scientific Literacy
    • Collaboration to construct scientific knowledge
    • Share resources to build knowledge & understanding of Science
    • Communicate scientific understandings
    • Showcase student projects that illustrate application in STSE context
  • 12. Demonstrating Scientific Literacy Using Web 2.0 Tools
    • Collaboration to construct scientific knowledge
    • Share resources to build knowledge & understanding of Science
    • Communicate scientific understandings
    • Showcase student projects that illustrate application in STSE context
    Share resources Communicate Showcase Collaboration
  • 13. Seven Web2.0 Tools
    • Social Bookmarks with Tags
    • Edublogs
    • Wiki
    • Streaming Video
    • Podcasting
    • RSS Feeds
    • Social Networks
  • 14. Skill #1: Social Bookmarking!
  • 15. Sharing Resources
    • Bookmark List
      • Teacher constructed
      • Class constructed
    • Using Tags
    • http://delicious.com/handy4class/
  • 16. Skill #2: Edublogging
  • 17. What is a blog? A blog is an online tool that allows the user to post messages that can be viewed and commented upon.
  • 18. What is a blog? A blog is an online tool that allows the user to post messages that can be viewed and commented upon. What is an edublog? An edublog are those blogs specifically designed for educational purposes—usually by teachers for use with their students.
  • 19. Creating Blogs: Step 1
    • http://www.blogger.com
  • 20. Creating Blogs: Step 2
    • Create your Google account if you don’t already have one!
  • 21. Creating Blogs: Step 3
    • Name your blog!
  • 22. Creating Blogs: Step 4
    • Pick a template!
  • 23. Creating Blogs: Step 5
    • Write your first post!
    http://tpack4science-ed.blogspot.com/
  • 24. Edublogs in Science
    • Go to the Delicious bookmarks ( http://delicious.com/handy4class )
    • Enter the tags: Stao , blogging
    • Find ‘Check out Class Blogs’
  • 25. Skill #3: Wiki Wiki-ing!
  • 26. Retrieved from http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wiki Ward Cunningham
  • 27. Retrieved from http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wiki 1994 Ward Cunningham
  • 28. Retrieved from http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wiki Wiki = Quick 1994 Ward Cunningham
  • 29.
    • Editable web page – the new web page creator
    • Collective pool of knowledge
    • Designed for collaborative purposes
    • Teacher & student publishing
    What is a Wiki? Q. How many Wiki people does it take to change a light bulb? A. One, but anyone can change it back.
  • 30. The Science Teacher’s Wiki
    • Informative wikis for PD
    • Discussion started for students (Teachers post resource; students comment)
    • Sharing of online resources to extend learning
    • Sound familiar??
  • 31. Wikis in Science
    • Go to the Delicious bookmarks ( http://delicious.com/handy4class )
    • Enter the tags: Stao , wikis
    • Find ‘Nature Guide Home – Littlewood Nature Guide’
  • 32. Skill #4: Streaming video!
  • 33. What is streaming video?
    • Here's Wikipedia's definition:
    • " ... multimedia (in our case, video) that is continuously received by, and normally displayed to, the end-user while it is being delivered by the provider. "
  • 34. The Science Teacher’s Videos
    • Demonstrations/experiments
    • Create your own and share
    • Locating videos and sharing
    • Locating videos and embedding in your own wiki or blog!
  • 35. Streaming videos in Science
    • Go to the Delicious bookmarks ( http://delicious.com/handy4class )
    • Enter the tags: Stao , videos
    • Find ‘Science Videos at Steve Spangler’
  • 36. Skill #5: Podcasting!
  • 37. What is podcasting?
    • Let’s use a streamed video to find out:
    • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y-MSL42NV3c
  • 38. Creating a Podcast
    • Audacity
    • GCast or KidCast
  • 39. Podcasting in Science
    • Go to the Delicious bookmarks ( http://delicious.com/handy4class )
    • Enter the tags: Stao , podcasts
    • Find Science Center Podcasts
  • 40. Skill #6: RSS Feed Reading!
  • 41. What is an RSS Feed?
    • An automatic update! No need to check a site every day—let the a Feed Reader do it for you!
    Why?
    • Subscribe to websites, blogs that are frequently updated
    • Explore the latest news
    • Have your students explore the latest news!
  • 42. Two Steps!
    • Set up a Reader such as Google Reader
    • Subscribe to your favorite sites!
    For Example: http://hypography.com/
  • 43. Using RSS Feeds in Science
    • Current News Events
    Updates from NASA Trends in Science Read & Inform Others
  • 44. Skill #7: Social Networking!
  • 45. What is social networking?
    • Connecting with a group or organization based on shared interests, political views, or activities
  • 46. ‘ Tweeting’ in the Science Classroom
    • Follow your own students as they reflect on science learning
    • Follow scientists and science organizations
    • Go to the Delicious bookmarks ( http://delicious.com/handy4class )
    • Enter the tags: Stao , twitter
    • Find 100 Best Science Twitterers
    • Find Twitter4teachers
  • 47. QUESTIONS