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    • 1. Twitter, Wikis, and Blogs Oh My! Greater Atlanta Christian School
    • 2. Team Project
      • Problem : How do we effectively provide for sharing, collaboration, and communication among GACS faculty?
      • Decision : Set up a Ning network
        • Modeled after PLP ning
        • Expert voices – PLP experts; Ning in Education
        • Portal for all of our web 2.0 tools: multiple wikis, discussion forums, blogs, etc.
      • Campaign : Get our teachers on-board with this and actively participating!
    • 3. Faculty Involvement
      • High School Faculty Connection Groups
        • Set Professional Goals
        • Share goals/strategies on wiki page
      • Class Trip Planning
        • Advisors coordinate carpooling/
        • cell phone numbers, etc.
      • Techno Teach
        • Share technology-connected lesson plans
        • Documentation space for PLU classes
    • 4. High School Scribe Notes
      • Using a wiki, two Senior High teachers along with help from their students have begun posting daily classroom notes.
      • Each day in class, one student uses a tablet PC to take class notes. 
      • At the end of the period the notes are posted to the class wiki. 
      • Every student in the class has access to read, copy, and print the classroom notes. 
      • The teachers can choose to make the Scribe Notes a collaborative effort. 
      • With a successful trial run in these courses we will be able to add additional courses in the near future.
    • 5. Everyday Uses
      • Twitter Effect
        • Classroom Booktalk (voicethread)
        • Many Voices of Darfur (collaborative project)
      • Google is out; Delicious is in

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