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Workshop presented for Leon County Schools Educators. October 19, 2011

Workshop presented for Leon County Schools Educators. October 19, 2011

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  • Heavy iPad focus. Teacher Use - Student Use - Admin ’ s Use
  • We will supply a sub for you. All day training. Sub Code 63. One per school. Location: Howell Center. Bring a laptop/ipad.
  • Our way is better than your way- Stephen, Kelly and I cant agree on tools for a workshop. We all have our opinions of what works best. You do and choose what you think is best for your class.
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    • 1.  
    • 2. Thank You
      • Big thanks to:
      • Dr. Cox and the Chiles administration
      • Cana Nudi and Kelly Litlle for setting up the Media Center.
      • Mr. Buchannon for tech support.
      • Mrs. Harvey and her students for refreshments and snacks.
      • And you the teacher for taking time out of your day to come learn.
    • 4.  
    • 5. EDMODO TRAINING OCTOBER 28th Sign up today @ staff development site
    • 6.
      • We are trying to force people to use technology.
      • Not true
      • Our way is better than your way.
      • Not true.
      • Technology will give you wings.
      • Not true. Red Bull does this.
    • 7.
      • Goals For Today
      • Learn a new web 2.0 tool.
      • Leave workshop knowing how to use these new tools.
      • Create mind-maps, digital assessments, and a blog.
      • Share what you have learned with other teachers in your school.
    • 8. Brainstorming and Mind-mapping
    • 9. POPPLET
      • Popplet is an application (app) for the iPad or Web, where you can collect, curate your ideas, inspirations and projects.
    • 10.
      • Popplet allows you to create a wall of multimedia sticky notes that you can share with others.
      • You can include:
        • Videos
        • Images
        • Online Services/Links
        • Popplet offers a browser bookmarklet that you can use to add content from other webpages to your Popplet pages.
        • Invite others via email to collaborate on your wall of sticky notes.
    • 11.  
    • 12.  
    • 13.  
    • 14. How Can I Use POPPlET?
      • Collect Inspiration
      • Create Galleries
      • Record Thoughts
      • Explore Ideas
      • Collaborate Together
    • 16. Create an Account
    • 17. Type in your information
    • 18. Your Screen should look like this
    • 19.  
    • 20. Your Assignment
    • 21. Option 1: Work with your a partner and collaborate on a Popplet. Option 2: Start a Popplet based on tomorrows lesson plans.
    • 22. Alternatives
    • 23. /
    • 24.  
    • 25.  
    • 26. EDMODO TRAINING OCTOBER 28th Sign up today @ staff development site
    • 27.  
    • 28.  
    • 29. Instructional Technology Workshop Chiles High School Stephen C. Veliz Swift Creek Middle School
    • 30. The Basics What do we mean by Web 2.0?
    • 31. Classroom 1.0 Classroom 2.0 Content Consumers Content Producers
    • 32. It's not about the Technology. It's about the Content!
    • 33. The Basics Why should we use Web 2.0 tools with our students? A Vision of K12 Students Today (Click Here)
    • 34. No generation in history has ever been so thoroughly prepared for the industrial age. David Warlick
    • 35. Why Web 2.0? Motivate Students
    • 36. Why Web 2.0? Easy to Monitor
    • 37. Why Web 2.0? Students Create Content
    • 38. Why Web 2.0? Encourages Participation
    • 39. Why Web 2.0? Open Lines of Communication
    • 40. In 2011, is it possible to be a good teacher and not integrate these tools into your teaching?
    • 41. Getting Started We can't meet students there, unless we get there ourselves.
    • 42. Now for a few tools . . .
    • 43. Put your head in the clouds
    • 44. Dropbox
    • 45. DropitTome
    • 46. Livebinder s
    • 47. Livebinder
    • 48. Blogging
      • What do I want to accomplish?
        • Why is blogging the right tool?
      • Student Posting or Commenting?
      • To Moderate or Not to Moderate?
    • 49. Blogging
    • 50. Encourages Higher-Level Thinking
    • 51. Need additional help? Just contact me: [email_address] Blogging @ On Twitter - @stephenveliz
    • 52. Students can share knowledge in variations of assessment with these simple and free tools. Soap Box Socrative Edmodo Today’s Meet Google Forms Testmoz & other Polls Better Feedback!
    • 53. Kelly Little
      • [email_address]
      • Chiles High School
    • 54. Added Benefits for Any Lesson Before Test for prior knowledge During Helps teacher respond to student Q’s After Did they get it? Exit surveys
    • 55. What is a Back Channel? An online conversation alongside live spoken remarks Classroom activities like posting resources, assignments, polls and quizzes #findoutmore Discussion group set up by teacher
    • 56. Need Group Feedback, FAST!
    • 57. Set up student responses easily Anonymous, instant, simple-no registration! Educators can use SoapBox to facilitate constructive interaction.
    • 58. Tour SOAPBOX Visit site to see for yourself.
    • 59. Socrative < iframe src=&quot;;byline=0&amp;portrait=0&quot; width=&quot;400&quot; height=&quot;250&quot; frameborder=&quot;0&quot; webkitAllowFullScreen allowFullScreen></iframe><p><a href=&quot;;>Exit Tickets 2.0</a> from <a href=&quot;;>Socrative Inc.</a> on <a href=&quot;;>Vimeo</a>.</p>
    • 60. Results export to email as spreadsheet
    • 61. Try Socrative
      • Team up-One person create a quiz
              • One person join the room and take quiz
              • 3) Send report to the email to see results
    • 62. POLLS NO
    • 63. More choices… Teacher managed polls Flashcards student can use independently
    • 64. Forms used as a Survey or Quiz Flexible Template Choices Customize Embed into your site Spreadsheet results
    • 65. Personalize with Templates
    • 66. Got a minute…try it!
    • 67. Today’s Exit Survey Link Password Exit Thanks!
    • 68. Three Alternatives to Clicker Response Systems
    • 69. Wiki Resources to explore
    • 70. Google Forms as Quiz Digital Scantron(r) using Google Forms Step 1 Give your students a quiz or test via a web page or on paper. Next, place the link to the online form on your webpage and point your students there. You can also embed the form on your webpage. Step 2 Go into the sheet entitled &quot;Answer Key and Date&quot;. Type in the answer key. Since this sheet can be reused mulitiple times, also type in a start date and end date for this particular quiz or test. Step 3 Go to the various &quot;Period&quot; sheets to view the data. Please note that the sheet will automatically score the test and put the student name in alphabetical order by last name. I hope you can find this resource useful. Youssef Elias GCT, GooglePlex '08
    • 71. Admin. use for FORMS