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Junior High Technology-Enhanced African Learning Expedition

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This presentation describes how the junior high learning expedition was enhanced using technology and Web 2.0.

This presentation describes how the junior high learning expedition was enhanced using technology and Web 2.0.

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  • 1. Technology-Enhanced Expeditionary Learning
  • 2. The Population
  • 3. Interact Naturally, Easily with Technology
  • 4. Look to Wikipedia and YouTube for Information
  • 5. many have an online presence
  • 6. many are concerned about grades
  • 7. social appearance important–want to be cool
  • 8. adult opinion important
  • 9. peers’ opinion important
  • 10. The Tools
  • 11. PBWorks
  • 12. YouTube
  • 13. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YRyrog9ufzY
  • 14. VoiceThread
  • 15. Shelfari
  • 16. Glogster
  • 17. My Studiyo
  • 18. Show Video http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Uy1wbtiQbRw
  • 19. The Learning Expedition
  • 20. Research
  • 21. http://anser. ed.voicethre ad.com/shar e/1440726/
  • 22. http://africaexpedition.pbworks.com/
  • 23. Creative title is clearly listed at the top of the page
  • 24. A 1-2 paragraph overview of the country
  • 25. 2-4 pictures taken of your country
  • 26. 5 links to cool websites with short descriptions
  • 27. At least one YouTube video from your country. The best ones have featured aspects of your country’s culture.
  • 28. a picture of your mask and your artist’s statement
  • 29. your poem
  • 30. Further Questions for Research
  • 31. http://anser.ed.voi cethread.com/shar e/1442827/
  • 32. Questions? http://www.flickr.com/photos/drachmann/327 122302/sizes/z/in/photostream/

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