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    • Virginia History Comes Alive Jamestown Podcast Project VSTE Conference 2008 Roanoke, VA
    • Presenters
      • Camilla Gagliolo, Information Technology Coordinator
      • Heather Blake, 4th Grade Teacher
      • Suzanne Bishop, School Library Media Specialist
    • Goals
      • Students will know key facts about the Jamestown Colony, based on Virginia SOLs.
      • Students will know how to use podcasting, wikis and other technology.
      • Students will use podcasting, wikis and other technology to share their products.
      • Students will effectively choose and use a variety of research techniques.
    • SOLs -- Grade 4
      • English
      • Oral Language (4.1, 4.2), Reading,(4.3, 4.5, 4.6) Writing (4.7, 4.8)
      • Virginia Studies
      • VS.2, VS.3, VS.4
      • Computer/Technology
      • C/T 3-5.2, C/T 3-5.4, C/T 3-5.6, C/T 3-5.8
    • Tools
      • MovieMaker??
      • Ipods -- recording audio
      • Podcasting -- video and audio
      • Wiki
      • Online databases
      • GarageBand
      • Apple computers
    • Timeline
      • September
      • * school staff meet
      • October
      • * students conduct research
      • * students write products
      • November
      • * visit Jamestown Colony
      • * students produce products
      • December
      • *
    • Process
      • Week One
      • * Library for research lesson
      • * Library for research
      • Week Two
      • * Library and classroom for research
      • Week Three
      • * Classroom for product creation
    • Process
      • Week Four
      • * Visit to Jamestown
      • Week Five
      • *
      • Week Six
      • *
    • Research
      • Trash-n-treasure
      • Effective keyword searching
      • Online databases
      • Encyclopedias (print and online)
      • Nonfiction print
      • Atlases
    • What makes it possible
      • Available technology
      • “ Early adapter” teacher
      • ITC teaching teachers AND students
      • Flexible library scheduling
      • Supportive administration