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Web 2.0 Tools Introduction

Web 2.0 Tools Introduction

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  • Go to web site – show resources, requirements, syllabusCategory titles: Syllabus & Course Info & NMU Registration – On Page: Class Dates – one March Thursday off – March 19thWeb Links – along the left side
  • Later --- Slide 19 -- explore resources – Source for Learning…. TeachersFirst organization
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    • 1. All resources on MAPS Web > Tech Classes
      Web 2.0 Tools – Integrate Interactive Technology
    • 2. New Technologies can by frustrating!!!
      This is nothing new, it’s been an issue for hundreds of years….
    • 3. Web is now a platform that provides services rather than software that is participatory, mostly free/open source, accessible and harnesses collective intelligence through sharing… Web 2.0 New Tools, New Schools – ISTE
      Coined by Tim O’Reilly 2004– CEO of O’Reilly Media
      Web 2.0 – What Is It?
    • 4. Information or Interaction? “Turn of the Century” Web Tools vs Web 2.0
      Jim Wenzloff OAISD Connecting & Collaborating Conference , May 2006
    • 5. Information or Interaction?
      INTERACTION - Web 2.0
      INFORMATION - Web 1.0
    • 6. Interaction and more… > Web 2.0 Class page> link to >
    • 7. From a medium where informational content is consumed ….
      To a platform where informational content is created, shared, remixed, repurposed, and shared…(Downes, 2006)
      Web 2.0 is a Shift….
    • 8. All ISTE and State Technology Standards are met: Standard 1 Basic Operations and Concepts; Standard 2 Social Ethical, and Human Issues; Standard 3 Technology Productivity Tools; Standard 4 Technology Communication Tools; Standard 5 Technology Research Tools; Standard 6 Technology Problem-Solving and Decision-Making Tools
       Michigan Merit Curriculum - Online Experience Guidelines (handout – “Research” category)
      NETS for Teachers 2008 – foster creativity and higher order thinking
      AND MDOE Universal Education policy
      Why Use Web 2.0?…Curriculum
    • 9. Blooms Digital Taxonomy Map Teachers> Curriculum
      TechLear ning, April 2008
    • 10. Studies of Visual Perception give some insight into how the brain sorts and recognizes information….
      DVD -- Prof. Daniel Simons' lab, and view videos from other studies of visual awareness from Simons' research….University of Illinois at Champaign-Urbana
      Why Use Web 2.0? - Brain Research
    • 11. Students customize technology tools and information, Web 2.0 New Tools, New Schools – ISTE
      Many, many, online Tools are accessible for free to all users… creating “virtual learning environments”
      Listening to Student Voices – 2006Survey
      Report (Ferris-Berg, 2005), students want technology integration instead of dominance of text-based materials and activities…
      Students – Digital Natives
    • 12. Impact on Teaching & Learning
      Processing differences with digital materials:
      • speed of receiving information fast
      • 13. work on projects or tasks multiple & parallel
      • 14. graphics more & precede text
      • 15. information access random/hyperlinking
      • 16. feedback immediate and often
      • 17. content prefer gaming to expository
      Marc Presky Digital Natives, Digital Immigrants, 2001
    • 18. Brain regions are stimulated using and creating content
      This uses higher order thinking skills
      -- Article by Doug Johnson for Education World: Are 21st Century Skills Right Brain Skills?
      Why Use Web 2.0? And…
    • 19. Web 2.0 for UDL –
      engage the whole brain
      Recognition –
      The WHAT of Learning
      2. Strategic –
      The HOW of Learning
      3. Affective –
      The WHY of Learning
    • 20. Provides multiple means of instructional content- the WHAT
      Universal Access – students can interact with content -- multiple means of engagement- the WHY
      Provides multiple means of assessment -show knowledge in many formats - the HOW
      Web Tools reach all three regions: UDL
    • 21. Starting in early 2000’s world competition increases due to communication and productivity of…
      New technologies
      New processes – ways of collaboration/connection
      New set of people in the workforce all over the world
      World is Flat – Friedman & Frisch Did You Know
      Web 2.0 & Global Economics
    • 22. Class Date
      Interactive Web Pages & tools M -T
      Webcasting – Audio T
      Webcasting – Record/post audio W
      Webcasting – film/post video Th
      Webcasting - Movie Maker M
      Webcasting - Movie Maker T
      WIKI W
      Blogging Th
      Interactive Web Pages - daily
      Syllabus & Requirements & NMU info posted at:
      Web 2.0 – Basic Web Tools:
    • 23.
      Show web site - online classes at & module types
      Show how to copy modules
      Plan pages - use organizer or paper
      Outlook notification for sites: log in
      click the red Use this Link to Login
      once to be set up as administrator
      Anytime you want to add/edit
      MAPS Interactive Web Pages
    • 24.
      • > Tech Classes > Web 2.0 MAPS Online Class Resources & Information
      Networks of Learning (Clustr Maps)– Richardson
      Web 2.0 Classroom – Victoria Davis – online
      6 Pillars of and Effective Web 2.0 Classroom
      Awards and links to information and sites
      All resources on MAPS Web
    • 25. Interaction and more… > Web 2.0 Class page> link to >
    • 26. Interactive Sites – share info
      Delicious – web site bookmark & sharing
      Google Docs –account on Google –add apps
      Google tools (More>> button)
      SlideShare– free site post PowerPoints and materials Max size: 50 MB. Formats: ppt, pps & pot (PowerPoint), pdf, odp (OpenOffice).
      Protopage – free web link collection and display tool
      Use the Web Log sheet to record personal registrations & login information
    • 27. Embeds information and interactivity into your site:
      Calorie counter; word games, etc.
      Content news & and other sources
      See widget sample page:
      Get widgets –
      Many web sites offer info widgets
      Collection at:
    • 28. Web Sites listed Online at
      My Delicious – tag for Web 2.0
    • 29. Examples of other teacher’s sites: Web 2.0 class
      Mary Stevenson
      Eric Hammerstrom
      GIS Students
      Book Club
      MSHS Freshman
      Mary Bengry
      Paula Diedrich
      Superior Hills & Sandy Knoll Students’ pages
      Explore MAPS Tech Site