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    • 1. Web 2.0 Real Life Application in the Classroom
    • 2. What to Expect
      • Why use Web 2.0
      • Concerns and Guidelines
      • Tools and Applications
      • Examples of the Big Three
      • Collaboration Project
    • 3. Why Web 2.0
      • Students already use many of the tools
      • Students can discover, explore, and contribute to topics of interest
      • Students can reflect on learning
      • Students can connect with other students and experts
    • 4. Concerns
    • 5. Guidelines
      • AUP —Acceptable Use Policy
      • Publishing Guidelines
      • Tool Guidelines
    • 6. Collaborate Participate Create
    • 7.  
    • 8. Web 2.0 Applications
      • Social Bookmarking
      • Wikis-collaborate on document, or presentations
      • Blogs-write, share, comment on any topic
      • Podcasts-training, sharing of ideas
    • 9. Example of Tools
      • Blogging: Edublogs, Wordpress and Blogmeister
      • Wikis: Wikispaces, PBWiki, and Wetpaint
      • Podcasting: Gcast and Podomatic
      • Social Bookmarking: Del.icio.us
      • RSS: Google Reader and Bloglines
      • Social Community: Ning
    • 10. What is Social Bookmarking
      • Saving bookmarks or favorites to a public web site.
      • Stored sites tagged with keywords.
      • Shared with others
    • 11. Ideas for Tagging
      • Categorize lesson plans
      • Connect teachers with common tags
      • Connect students in groups with unique tags for papers and projects
    • 12. Uses of Blogs
      • Teacher: homework, parent info, inservice
      • Class or Student: post assignments, showcase work, networking with other schools
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    • 13. Examples of Blogs
      • Language Arts Class
        • http://www.bloglines.com/public/benwilkoff
      • Social Studies Blog
        • http://waworldcultures.blogspot.com/
      • Computer Class Blog
        • http://blog.woodward.edu/widener
    • 14. Uses of Wikis
      • Collaborate with other students to publish, organize and add various forms of media
      • Share content on any subject
    • 15. Examples of Wikis
      • Reading Class
        • http://wiki.woodward.edu/animal_farm
      • Social Studies Class
        • http://woodward8.wikispaces.com/
      • Computer Class
        • http://theedutainers.wikispaces.com/
    • 16. Uses of Podcasts
      • Teacher: recorded teacher lectures, learning topics, exam review
      • Student: school news, original content, interviews, field trips, audio tours, readers theater, “how to,” oral reports, etc...
    • 17. Examples of Podcasts
      • Science on the Wildside Podcast
        • http://scienceonthewildsideshow.libsyn.com
    • 18. Examples of Podcasts
      • Web Tech Class
        • http://webtech.podomatic.com/
    • 19. Examples of Podcasts
      • Middle School Radio Podcast
        • http://www.berkley.k12.mi.us/index.asp?folder=4814
      • Mabry Middle School
        • http://mabryonline.org/podcasts/
    • 20. Collaborate Google Docs Skype Wikis Blogs Bubbleshare
    • 21. Terranova Project
    • 22. How Training and Experimentation Web 2.0 Training
    • 23. “ It’s on the Internet, there’s no stopping it now!” Patrick Gates
    • 24. Resources
      • http://del.icio.us/widenerd/fetcpresentation
      • http:// blog.woodward.edu /widener
      • http:// www.theedutainers.com/fetc
      • http://wikispaces.com/theedutainers

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