Macul bookclubs 13

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  • Macul bookclubs 13

    1. 1. Merging Social NetworkingTechnologies into Book Clubs
    2. 2. Context• Preservice teachers have spent 6 months using Edmodo for classroom management• Preservice teachers are preparing to become “book club” leaders with small groups of 7th graders
    3. 3. Difficulties with Book Clubs in Middle Schoolhttp://Infuselearning.com• Click on STUDENT• Room #:
    4. 4. Literacy Goals
    5. 5. Inspiration for Idea to combine literacy and technologyhttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Vj-XCUIbbcE
    6. 6. Why Edmodo instead of Facebook• Social Networking “feel” without being “public”• Can be used in K-12 as a course manage system• Parents are much more comfortable with something “made for education”• Safe(r)
    7. 7. Model Activity: Women’s Historical Figures• You have the name of historical figure…you will become that figure• Log in to Edmodo.com (there is also an app called “Edmodo”)• If No Edmodo Account, click on I’m A Student• Group Code: yl3j7b• If Edmodo Account, log in and click on JOIN
    8. 8. BECOME Your historical figure• Change your profile picture (Account-- Settings)• Post a response to the poll• Post a famous quote• Post a media file (audio, video, picture) related to something that made them stand out.• Respond to other posts
    9. 9. No Talking!
    10. 10. How Does This Activity Meet The Triple E’s?• Engage in Learning• Enhance the Learning• Extend the Learninghttp://infuselearning.com
    11. 11. Transferring “Edmodo” toDeveloping Discussion in Middle School Book Clubs
    12. 12. What Interns Did?

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