Rethinking computer class

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  • Social Bookmarking sites:\nhttp://del.icio.us\nhttp://www.diigo.com\nMANY others\nGet a browser extension to make it even easier to do. And, use these sites to find great sites for math (del.icio.us/tag/math) or science (del.icio.us/tag/science), etc. Let the WORLD find them for you!\n
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  • Google Docs contains three applications. A word processor, a spreadsheet, and a presentation tool. Up to 10 people may edit a document at one time allowing for great collaboration to take place. Files may be saved to your computer in multiple formats. AND, you can see who contributed what to the document. Only those who were invited may see or edit the document.\n
  • The google spreadsheet now allows the users to submit data to the form via a web page. VERY cool way to collect data, give short quizzes, take surveys, and more. The spreadsheet also allows Conditional Formatting, which makes for automatic “correcting” of the results.\n
  • The google spreadsheet now allows the users to submit data to the form via a web page. VERY cool way to collect data, give short quizzes, take surveys, and more. The spreadsheet also allows Conditional Formatting, which makes for automatic “correcting” of the results.\n
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  • Pecha kucha (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pecha_Kucha) is a style of presenting a powerpoint presentation. Each participant may have a maximum of twenty slides to be displayed for a maximum of 20 seconds each. The slideshows are set on the timer. The presenters get up, give their presentations, and sit down!\n\nTry this with your students. It does a great job in training them on their presentation skills.\n
  • Pecha kucha (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pecha_Kucha) is a style of presenting a powerpoint presentation. Each participant may have a maximum of twenty slides to be displayed for a maximum of 20 seconds each. The slideshows are set on the timer. The presenters get up, give their presentations, and sit down!\n\nTry this with your students. It does a great job in training them on their presentation skills.\n
  • Pecha kucha (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pecha_Kucha) is a style of presenting a powerpoint presentation. Each participant may have a maximum of twenty slides to be displayed for a maximum of 20 seconds each. The slideshows are set on the timer. The presenters get up, give their presentations, and sit down!\n\nTry this with your students. It does a great job in training them on their presentation skills.\n
  • Pecha kucha (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pecha_Kucha) is a style of presenting a powerpoint presentation. Each participant may have a maximum of twenty slides to be displayed for a maximum of 20 seconds each. The slideshows are set on the timer. The presenters get up, give their presentations, and sit down!\n\nTry this with your students. It does a great job in training them on their presentation skills.\n
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  • What’s at stake if you don’t pay attention? http://tinyurl.com/4pms2f\n\nOther videos to see: http://gatesworkshop.wikispaces.com/Videos\n\nI will be teaching a 3 credit course at Harrisburg University for Science and Technology this summer. It’s a week long course with three followup sessions. Students will be totally immersed in this environment. They will leave with a TOTALLY different vision of the web and its role in the classroom. See the http://harrisburgu.net website for details. I hope to see you there!\n\n\n
  • What’s at stake if you don’t pay attention? http://tinyurl.com/4pms2f\n\nOther videos to see: http://gatesworkshop.wikispaces.com/Videos\n\nI will be teaching a 3 credit course at Harrisburg University for Science and Technology this summer. It’s a week long course with three followup sessions. Students will be totally immersed in this environment. They will leave with a TOTALLY different vision of the web and its role in the classroom. See the http://harrisburgu.net website for details. I hope to see you there!\n\n\n
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  • Rethinking computer class

    1. 1. ReconsideringComputer Class Jim Gates (jgates513@gmail.com)Copyright 2009 Gates Ideas, Inc.
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    19. 19. Collecting News, data, etc YO U ws to ng ne B riCopyright 2009 Gates Ideas, Inc.
    20. 20. Netvibes - one example
    21. 21. How do your studentsmanage theinformationthey findwhenresearching? Flickr cc licensed: danoxster
    22. 22. Diigo example
    23. 23. Diigo - BookmarkingCopyright 2009 Gates Ideas, Inc.
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    31. 31. Google Docs for Collaboration at o nce <=10 Save to your co mputer His tory R evi sion
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    40. 40. Presentation SkillsCreative Commons Licensed: Flickr - marcopakoCopyright 2009 Gates Ideas, Inc.
    41. 41. History of World War 1
    42. 42. History of World War 1Called The Great War (First World War) Began in 1914 Cause: Archduke Ferdinand was assassinated Other reasons, too Ended in 1918 Armistice signed on 11th hour of 11th day of 11th month German, Russian, Austro-Hungarian, and Ottoman empires were defeated League of Nations was formed Germans used mustard gas Christmas Eve truce Both sides stopped fighting on Christmas eve and sang Christmas carols but when the sun came up they started fighting again.
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    45. 45. “Powerpoint slides are likechildren. No matter how ugly they are, you’ll think they’re beautiful if they’re yours.” Dilbert
    46. 46. pecha kucha* pecha-kucha.org * pronounced peh-chak-cha
    47. 47. 20 x 20- NO * pronounced peh-chak-cha
    48. 48. Ignite ignite.oreilly.com * pronounced ig- night :-)
    49. 49. 20 x 15 = 5 * pronounced peh-chak-cha
    50. 50. They COULD do this...Copyright 2009 Gates Ideas, Inc.
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    52. 52. "One of the things I think wehave to ask ourselves as schoolleaders is, ‘What’s our moralimperative to prepare kids for adigital, global age?’ Right nowwe’re sort of ignoring thatrequirement. . . .” Dr Scott Mcleod, “Dangerously Irrelevant” Copyright 2009 Gates Ideas, Inc.
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