What is the Web 2.0?<br />Web 1.0<br />Read Only Web<br />Isolated<br />Knowledge Gathering<br />Web 2.0<br />Read/Write Web<br />Opportunities for collaboration<br />Construct Knowledge on the Web<br />
Benefits of Web2.0 for classroom<br />FREE Resources!<br />Online (so you can have Windows or MAC)<br />No worries about saving and storage<br />All you need is Internet access <br />Interactive and Social!<br />
Concerns with web2.0<br />Web-based so BROADBAND Internet access is important<br />Digital Footprints (you create them every time you log on and the information is permanent)<br />
Voki Examples<br />Overseas Introduction<br />http://anzaconnection.wikispaces.com/Introductions<br />Fluency and Writing<br />http://connect.pulaski.k12.wi.us/faculty/saellner/stuproj.cfm<br />6th-7th Graders Chat with President<br />http://sites.google.com/site/thehistorylab/presentations-1/chatting-with-washington<br />
Digital Storytelling<br />Voicethread, Animoto<br />
Examples of K-6 Voicethreads<br />http://voicethread4education.wikispaces.com/K-2<br />MathCasts<br />http://www.speedofcreativity.org/2008/02/19/mathcasts-and-presidential-reports-on-voicethread/<br />
Examples of Animoto in Education<br />http://animoto.com/education/case_studies<br />
Google Forms<br />http://google.com/docs<br />
Google Forms in Education<br />Parent Survey<br />http://spreadsheets.google.com/viewform?formkey=dHJHN3lwQlNaVFdEc2lmaVdCWTVjNFE6MA.. <br />
Web2.0 Smackdown Assignment<br />You will research and review an online web2.0 educational resource of your choice. <br />You will sign up to present the resource on one of the following dates, July 14, 16, 19, or 21. <br />BEFORE you present, you will be in charge of creating a screencast (you will learn how to do this in class) of “how to use” the web2.0 you have selected. <br />In your 5-8 minute presentation, you will explain how you would use the resource in your classroom and why it is a valuable resource for the classroom. <br />In our class Wiki (we will develop this together in class), you will post your screencast and describe your resource and how it can be used in the classroom (due on the day of your presentation).<br />The screencast should NOT be part of your class presentation, rather a reference for anyone who would like to learn how to use the tool. <br />Online Rubric ID: 1223659. Website: http://rubistar.4teachers.org/index.php<br />
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