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    • 1. Act Like the Natives Glenn Wiebe ESSDACK [email_address] © 2007
    • 2. Fist to five
      • Kids are different now than they were 20 years ago
    • 3. 30 years does make a difference!
      • Long hair
      • Longing for hair
    • 4.
      • Long hair
      • Rolling Stones
      • Longing for hair
      • Longing for hair
      • Kidney stones
    • 5.
      • Long hair
      • Rolling Stones
      • Pay phone
      • Longing for hair
      • Kidney stones
      • Longing for hair
      • Kidney stones
      • Cell phone
    • 6.
      • Long hair
      • Rolling Stones
      • Pay phone
      • Pop tops
      • Longing for hair
      • Kidney stones
      • Cell phone
      • Longing for hair
      • Kidney stones
      • Cell phone
      • Laptops
    • 7.
      • Long hair
      • Rolling Stones
      • Pay phone
      • Pop tops
      • Baby boomers
      • Longing for hair
      • Kidney stones
      • Cell phone
      • Laptops
      • Longing for hair
      • Kidney stones
      • Cell phone
      • Laptops
      • iKids
    • 8.
      • Up?
        • Community service / voting / virginity
    • 9.
      • Down?
        • Teen pregnancy, violence, alcohol / drug / tobacco use
    • 10.
      • Erin & other iKids
        • Brain works differently
    • 11.
      • Erin & other iKids
        • Ask them to count!
    • 12.
      • Erin & other iKids
        • They’re multi-taskers
    • 13.
      • Erin & other iKids
        • Internet is his world
    • 14.  
    • 15. Yeah. So?
    • 16.
      • We are different then the iKids
    • 17.
      • But . . . we should use their tools!
    • 18. Sticky ideas?
    • 19.
      • Kids are different
    • 20. Blogs can help us act like natives
    • 21. It’s not a silver bullet, it’s a hammer
    • 22.
      • <www.socialstudiescentral.com>
    • 23. Whadda ya know?
      • Complete the self-evaluation
      • Add up your score and brag
    • 24.
      • Before 1995, to produce content for a large audience you needed to be a
    • 25.
      • Publisher
    • 26.
      • Broadcaster
    • 27.
      • Billboard owner
    • 28.
      • Sky writing pilot
    • 29.
      • Web 2.0 allows for a read-write
      • web with
    • 30.
      • Simple web-based content creation
    • 31.
      • No need for previous skills
    • 32. New vocabulary
      • Digital paper
      • Online notebook
      • Virtual interaction
      • Read / write web
      • Online communities
      • Social networks
    • 33.  
    • 34.
      • Blogs are another example
    • 35. So . . . what’s a blog?
      • “ A frequent, chronological publication of personal thoughts and Web links”
    • 36. Where are the iKids?
    • 37. But what about this? www.takingitglobal.org
    • 38. Or this? www.digitaldividenetwork.org
    • 39. Or this? www.blogsafety.org
    • 40. “ What makes a blog a blog?”
      • Common characteristics?
      • Differences between a blog and a non-blog?
    • 41. The Write Weblog Hidden Histories: The American Chinese Experience
    • 42. Room Twelve Room 613 Student Blogs
    • 43. Mabry Online
    • 44. “ What makes a blog a blog?”
      • Whadda ya got?
    • 45. A combination of the words “web log” Frequent updates
    • 46. Offline & online events Interactive
    • 47. Constantly evolving Confessional to commentary
    • 48. Post Date Stamp Masthead
    • 49. Internal links Comments External links
    • 50. Wait! There’s more! photos graphic links
    • 51. slideshows videos
    • 52. documents
    • 53. Why blogs are cool
      • They’re supported by research
      • Blogs support macro & micro democracy
      • They’re easy to use
      • They’re web-based
      • Increase student interest
      • They encourage community / collaboration
    • 54. Let’s try it!
      • Use the Blogger Planning Sheet
        • Brainstorm ideas of what your blog might look like
    • 55. blogger.com
    • 56. Already have a Blogger account?
      • Delete the Ad Bar:
        • <blogger-templates.blogspot.com/2005/ 01/remove-navbar.html>
      • For new Blogger sites:
        • <godproposes.blogspot.com/2006/ 10/how-to-remove-blogger-navbar.html>
    • 57.
      • Or set up a new Wordpress.com site!
    • 58. Create your account
      • Choose a user name
        • Use to login
      • Enter a password
      • Choose a display name
      • Type in the “captcha” word
    • 59. Name your blog
      • Pick a title
      • Pick your blog’s URL
        • yourtitle .blogspot.com
    • 60. Decide on the look
    • 61. It’s that simple! Create your first post by clicking the orange arrow
    • 62. Remember!
      • blogger.com
        • Where you login to edit your blog
      • yourtitle.blogspot.com
        • Where people find your blog
    • 63. Add some photos Add some links Mess with your fonts / colors
    • 64.
      • Give Glenn your URLs
        • Will post to History Tech blog <history-tech.blogspot.com>
      • Post several messages on your blog
        • i.e. a question you still have / an idea for using blogs / a concern / etc
      • Visit other blogs and post comments
    • 65. Jigsaw
      • “ To Blog or Not To Blog: You Decide”
        • Pros / Cons / Tips
    • 66. Can’t they just use paper & pencil?
      • Speed of creating / updating
      • Larger, “selected” audience
        • RSS
        • Social networking
      • Purpose beyond grade
      • Encourage differentation
      • Multimedia Access
        • Photos, video, audio 24/7
    • 67.
      • Odeo
        • <studio.odeo.com>
      Fun after lunch!
    • 68.
      • “ Give One, Get One”
        • On the left, list several uses for blogs in your classroom
        • On the right, get great ideas from others
    • 69. Whadda ya got?
    • 70. What else is out there?
      • PodBean
        • <www.podbean.com>
      • Blogmeister
        • <classblogmeister.com>
      • EduBlogs
        • <edublogs.org>
    • 71.
      • ePals
        • <schoolblog.epals.com>
      • Schoolblogs
        • <www.schoolblogs.com>
      • WordPress
        • <www.wordpress.com>
    • 72. But . . . what can I do with it?
    • 73. Garry Trudeau 2002
    • 74. Electronic portfolios vccgraphics.wordpress.com/student-portfolio-showcase/
    • 75. Collaborative projects weblogs.hcrhs.k12.nj.us/bees
    • 76. Journalism www.pebblebrookpress.com/brookspeak
    • 77. Community contact lewiselementary.org
    • 78. Professional development thefischbowl.blogspot.com
    • 79. Promote discussion weblogs.hcrhs.k12.nj.us/higginsworldlit/
    • 80.
      • Self reflection / small group reflections
        • What would you do differently next time?
      • Current events discussion
        • What should the Dems do first?
      • Letters (before / after / during an event)
        • Abraham Lincoln - 1858 / 1862 / 1865
    • 81.
      • Online debates
        • Should we teach intelligent design? Why / why not?
      • Problem / solution exercises
        • CSI Italy: Who killed Oetzi the Iceman?
    • 82.
      • Blog groups according to interest or topic
        • Post weekly journal
        • Create blogroll relating to their topic
      • Written prompts
        • What would the US look like if the South had won?
    • 83.
      • Visual prompts
        • Where / when / what / So what?
    • 84.  
    • 85. Things to think about?
    • 86.
      • Not all software is alike
      • Access
      • Student privacy / behavior
    • 87.
      • Assessment
      • Time / support
      • Attitude adjustment
    • 88.
      • Moderation
      • Online “netiquette” training
      • Blogs can get you fired
    • 89.
      • Netsmartz
        • <www.netsmartz.org>
      • Kidz Privacy
        • <www.ftc.gov/bcp/conline/edcams/kidzprivacy/index.html>
      • SafeKids
        • <www.safekids.com>
    • 90. What else is out there?
    • 91.  
    • 92. Podcasting
      • Educational Podcast Network
        • <epnweb.org>
      • PodcastingNews
        • <www.podcastingnews.com>
      • Podcasting in Education
        • <learninginhand.com/podcasting>
      • Podcasting for Educators
        • <www.stager.org/podcasting.html>
    • 93. Photos
      • Flickr
        • <www.flickr.com>
      • Picasa
        • <picasa.google.com>
      • Zoto
        • <www.zoto.com>
    • 94. What’s with RSS?
      • Rich Site Summary
        • or is it Real Simple Syndication?
    • 95. Two parts to RSS An XML “news feed” from the Weblog A “news reader” to translate and display the feeds
    • 96.
      • Step One / Look for the button
    • 97.
      • Step two / Find a news reader aggregator
    • 98. RSS in schools
      • Web 2.0 Ideas for Educators: A Guide to RSS and More
        • <www.teachinghacks.com/audio/ 100ideasWeb2educators.pdf>
      • Goochland High School
        • <www.glnd.k12.va.us/gateway/go/ghs/ teachers/cjackson>
    • 99.
      • My Yahoo!
        • <my.yahoo.com>
    • 100.
      • Bloglines.com
    • 101.
      • NetVibes.com
    • 102. Let’s try it!
      • Go to . . .
      • Create account
      • Search & find good sites
      • Add them to your site
    • 103. Q & A
      • What questions do you have?
    • 104. Reflection
      • Would using blogs benefit your students?
      • What would it take to remove the hurdles that might stand in the way of using blogging in your instruction?
      • Is it worth the fight?
      • Post comments to History Tech at:
        • <history-tech.blogspot.com>

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