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North Carolina Science Teachers Association
November 8-9, 2012
Winston-Salem, NC

Surfing the Essential Standards with Web 2.0 Tools -
Explore exciting ways to integrate Web 2.0 sites and tools into the Essential Science Standards. Put the power of content creation into your students’ hands as they expand upon the inquiry lab activities you already conduct in your

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    • 1. Danita Russell Instructional Technology Lee County Schools Kim Collazo Ingram Elementary School Lee County Schools DanitaRussell@gmail.com Kscollazo@gmail.com Surfing the Essential Standards with Web 2.0 Tools NC Science Teachers Conference November 2012
    • 2. Infographics According to the infographic, if there used to be 100 penguins, now how many would there be? What is the main cause of all four of the animals’ endangered status?
    • 3. Infographics Where can you find them?
    • 4. Infographics How can your students make them?
    • 5. Pinterest
    • 6. Lino-it
    • 7. Water Cycle Essential Questions Board
    • 8. LiveBinders
    • 9. Ideas for using Livebinders : 1. Have students create an ePorfolio of their work from the year in your class. 2. Have students use a Livebinder to present a research project. 3. Create a Livebinder as a resource for your students, and post it on your web page. 4. Use Livebinders to organize your electronic resources for the units and courses you teach. 5. Have students create a Livebinder on a country, or make a Travelogue in a World Language classroom. 6. Put a set of digital student projects in a Livebinder and share so that students can see their classmates’ projects. 7. Students can create a binder on a book, or author in a Language Arts class. 8. Create a binder of parent resources, and post it on your website. From ©Liz’s Lessons by Elizabeth Bucrek
    • 10. LiveBinders
    • 11. Spider Scribe
    • 12. Hannah’s Landforms Spider Scribe
    • 13. Jog The Web
    • 14. JOG THE WEB is a web-based tool that allows anyone to create a synchronous guide to a series of web sites. Its step by step approach of taking viewers through web sites allowing the author to annotate and ask guiding questions for each page is unique.
    • 15. Weebly
    • 16. Edmodo A private social platform for teachers and students to share files, ideas, events, and assignments.
    • 17. How-to for Edmodo http://edmodo.pbworks.com Edmodo Ideas http://blog.edmodo.com
    • 18. KidBlog
    • 19. ClassTools
    • 20. STORY JUMPER
    • 21. Voki
    • 22. Student Examples
    • 23. StudyJams
    • 24. Danita Russell Instructional Technology Lee County Schools Kim Collazo Ingram Elementary School Lee County Schools DanitaRussell@gmail.com Kscollazo@gmail.com Surfing the Essential Standards with Web 2.0 Tools NC Science Teachers Conference November 2012
    • 25. Sites We Visited Today • Web Wizards Wiki: http://webwizards.wikispaces.com/ •Infographics Pinterest: http://pinterest.com/ Pinterest is a Virtual Pinboard that lets you organize and share what you find on the web. • Linoit : http://en.linoit.com Virtual Sticky note wall • LiveBinders : http://livebinders.com Virtual online binder •SpiderScribe: http://www.spiderscribe.net Easy online graphic organizer tool • JogTheWeb: http://www.jogtheweb.com/ a web-based collection of a series of sites. • Weebly: http://www.weebly.com/ • Edmodo: http://www.edmodo.com Edmodo provides a safe and easy way for your class to connect and collaborate, share content, and access homework, grades and school notices. •Kidblog: http://kidblog.org Teacher and student-friendly blog host •Classtools: http://classtools.net Free educational games, quizzes, activities and diagrams • Story Jumper: http://www.storyjumper.com/ •Voki/Blabberize: http://www.voki.com and http://blabberize.com Speaking avatars and animation • StudyJams: http://studyjams.scholastic.com Multi-media standards-based science/math site (no account required)

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