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NewCAJE: Technology Development 101 NewCAJE: Technology Development 101 Presentation Transcript

  • Technology (Development) In Education 101 Efraim Feinstein (Open Siddur Project) NewCAJE 2 August 2011
  • Outline
    • What is technology/media development?
    • Why do it?
    • What kinds of media can you put on the Internet now ?
    • Concerns about putting material up?
    • Hands on exercises
  • “Web 1.0”
    • Find and use resources on the web
    • Read-only
    • Major user contribution: Home pages
  • “Web 2.0”
    • Find, use, and produce resources on the web.
    • Read-write
    • Social medium
      • Interact with other people about media content
  • Why develop for the 'net?
    • 21 st century literacy
    • It's where the students are
    • Requires students to explain what they learn
    • Makes the classroom “bigger”
    • Collaboration within the classroom
    • Long-distance collaboration (Tech Development 201)
  • Technologies and providers
    • Blogging
    • Microblogging
    • Slide stacks
    • Wikis
    • Videos
  • Blogs
    • Short for “weblog”
    • Text; Allows pictures, embedded videos
    • Social interaction with through comments, “trackbacks”, “pingbacks” (responses)
    • Example providers:
      • http://edublogs.com (Edublogs – schools only !)
      • http://wordpress.com (Wordpress)
      • http://blogspot.com (Google)
      • http://livejournal.com (LiveJournal)
      • http://tumblr.com (Tumblr)
  • Microblogging
    • Broadcast short messages (hundreds of characters)
    • Frequently contain links
    • Social interaction through follows, responses/comments
    • Example providers
      • http://twitter.com
      • http://tumblr.com
      • http://identi.ca
      • Status updates on Facebook, Google+, etc.
  • Slide shares
    • Share stack of slide presentations
    • Bulleted text, linked to audio and video
    • Social interaction through comments
    • Example providers:
      • http://slideshare.net
      • http://sliderocket.com
  • Wikis
    • Highly linked text and images using a simplified syntax
    • Ideally, anyone can edit; read/write access can be controlled
    • Social interaction through editing, talk pages
    • Example providers:
      • http://wikia.com
      • http://wikispaces.com
      • http://docs.google.com (not a wiki, but you can do a “poor mans private wiki” for individual projects)
  • Videos
    • Videos may be taken by digital camcorder, webcam
    • Can be edited for time
    • May include slide stacks and/or overlaid text
    • Social interaction through comments, sharing
    • Example providers:
      • http://youtube.com
      • http://vimeo.com
  • Mechanics
    • Choose a provider
    • Sign up for an account (many services are free or have limited free editions)
    • Develop your content
      • Online or offline
    • Upload
  • Concerns
    • Safety
      • Use of names and/or pictures
      • You can't control everything you see
    • Legal
      • Age limits in terms of service agreements
      • Who has rights to publish students' creations?
        • Media release
      • Copyright
        • Don't infringe others' copyrights
        • Let others share and remix yours
  • Hands on exercise(s)
    • Address a question:
      • How do you want to use technology in your classroom?
      • What kind of specifically Jewish educational material would you like to put online?
      • Your own idea...
    • Choose a medium
    • Present your media!