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New Student Project: Web 2.0
New Student Project: Web 2.0
New Student Project: Web 2.0
New Student Project: Web 2.0
New Student Project: Web 2.0
New Student Project: Web 2.0
New Student Project: Web 2.0
New Student Project: Web 2.0
New Student Project: Web 2.0
New Student Project: Web 2.0
New Student Project: Web 2.0
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New Student Project: Web 2.0

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Are you ready to jazz up student projects with technology? Students are eager to use multimedia. Capitalize on their interest to boost critical thinking and collaboration in their response to …

Are you ready to jazz up student projects with technology? Students are eager to use multimedia. Capitalize on their interest to boost critical thinking and collaboration in their response to learning. Class participants will investigate at least five different web based tools, and then generate and develop ideas for revising their current project assignments or developing new ones utilizing these tools in grades 3-12.

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    • 1. Debra MayerLibrarian, St Luke School
    • 2. Web 2.0Photo credit: http://farm4.staticflickr.com/3281/2868365350_a1e540471f.jpg
    • 3.  Information sharing Interoperability User centered design Collaboration
    • 4. What does this mean for our students?Photo credit: http://farm9.staticflickr.com/8151/7177652977_7e0fcd4b03.jpg
    • 5.  To become comfortable with several Web 2.0 tools Collaborate to create a list of ideas for projects exploiting the tools Create a project/assignment you can use this school year with your students Discuss pitfalls and brainstorm ways to mitigate
    • 6. Animoto Book TrailerTagxedo FrenchVocabulary Project New Student Project: LiveBinder
    • 7.  Divide into levels (K-4, 5-12), upper grades may want to divide into subjects Brainstorm possible assignments/ projects/ student responses in which use web based tools Example: create a biographical sketch using Pinterest Be ready to share rough ideas with the whole group
    • 8. As you work, think about: pitfalls, risks, and drawbacks to assigning and having students produce a project using web-based tools possible alternatives, solutions, choices, and workaroundsWe will gather and discuss these concerns at the end of our session
    • 9.  Create a rubric for an assignment/project in which students use a Web 2.0 tool or have a choice of tools that you can assign this school year to your students. You might want to use Rubrics4Teachers or create your own rubric Include a short description of your assignment you can share on the “Ideas!” tab of the LiveBinder Create an exemplar of your assignment
    • 10.  Coming Soon!

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