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  • 1. Technology.Teaching.Learning K-12 Education and the Read/Write Web Lauren Fee ITSCO
  • 2. What You Already Know?
  • 3. Read/Write Web Characteristics
    • Participative
    • Sharing
    • Facilitating Community
    • Open Communication
    • Freedom to Share and Reuse
  • 4. Web 1.0
    • Personal Web Pages
    • Britannica
    • Directories
    • Individual
    • Desktop Bookmarks
    • Desktop Apps
    • Searching
    Web 2.0
    • Personal Blogs
    • Wikipedia/Citizenduim
    • Tagging
    • Social
    • Online Bookmarks
    • Online Apps
    • RSS
  • 5. Examples
    • Blogs
    • Wikis
    • Podcasting
    • Social Bookmarking
    • Photo/Video Sharing
  • 6. Blogs
    • What is it?
      • Short for ‘weblog’
      • “ Empty book”
      • Commenting feature
    • Ideas?
      • Continue discussions outside classroom
      • Update new information
      • Q&A with guest speakers
    • Examples:
      • Columbus Academy PD blog / Classroom blog
      • AP Calculus
      • 6th Grade Homework blog
  • 7. You Find
  • 8. Reading Blogs: The Easy Way
    • Syndicated Content (e.g., blogs, anything with RSS Feed)
    • +
    • News Aggregator (e.g., Bloglines, Google Reader)
    • =
    • The World in the Palm of Your Hands (RSS)
    • Ex. Google Reader , Bloglines
  • 9. You Create!
  • 10. Wikis
    • What is it?
      • Free online writing space
      • Allows multiple authors to add, update, edit
      • The process is the product
    • Ideas?
      • Group projects
      • Manage school and class documents
      • Use as a presentation tool
    • Examples:
      • Holocaust Page
      • 5th Grade Book Study Wiki
      • Collaborative Novel AvonMagnolia Wiki
      • CA wiki
  • 11. You Find
  • 12. Similarities
    • Instant publishing (Mediated or Not)
    • Free or little cost
    • Comment features
    • Work for any subject
    • Give everyone a voice
    • Promote ownership of work
    • Reflection on process
    • Comments incite excitement
  • 13. Differences
    • Blogs Tend To Be:
    • More Directed
    • More Linear
    • Sequential
    • Static
    • Wikis Tend To Be:
    • More Collaborative
    • Less Linear
    • Synthesizing
    • Dynamic
  • 14. Advantages for Education
    • Promotes Critical Thinking
    • Social Learning
    • Increase Language Skills
    • Modalities and Learning Styles
    • Creativity
    • Students/Teachers as Co-Creators
  • 15. Thank you!
    • Lauren Fee
    • [email_address]