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  • Web 2.0 Learning Communities LEARN, USE, SHARE HOOD RIVER COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT May 7, 2008
  • Project Goals:
    • Develop stronger connections between elementary, middle, and high school through technology learning communities focused on Web 2.0 tools
    • Bring relevant and meaningful staff development opportunities to learn about emerging technology tools
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  • LEARN SHARE USE PODCASTING
    • Teacher to Teacher
    • Student to Student
    • Podcasting Units :
    • 4 th Grade Social Studies
    • 5 th grade Reading
    • Middle School Classes
    • High School Classes
    Teaching with Technology Mini – In-service NCCE Winter ITSC Conference Observations (Modeled lessons) View slide
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  • Barry's E-Learning Resources Research, Resources, and thoughts relating to E-Learning and Web 2.0 February 19, 2008 26 teachers from elementary, middle, and high school levels Shared an evening meal and spent 2 hours learning about Web 2.0 tools.
  • Web 2.0 Tools
    • Share
    • Teacher to
    • Teacher
    • Students to
    • Students
    • Students to
    • Classrooms
    • Classrooms to
    • Parents
    • Use
    • Classroom Blogs
    • Sports Blogs
    • Curriculum
    • Blogs
    • Teacher Blogs
    • Sketch Up
    • Learn
    • Blogging
    • Using Google
    • Docs
    • Using Google
    • Earth
    • Using Jotts
    • Using other
    • Google Tools
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  • http://bj-workshops.blogspot.com/2008/02/post-hood-river-workshop.html Barry’s E-Learning Blog From Hood River In-service
  • http:// hrvski.blogspot.com / http:// hrvski.blogspot.com / High School Sports Blog
  • http://sa-teaching4fun.blogspot.com/ 4 th Grade Classroom Blog
  • Follow Up Lab Workshop
    • April 11, 2008
    • Barry Jahn
    • Same Teachers came to in-service to share,
    • create, and problem solve.
    • A Teacher-to-Teacher Blog
    • was created for support.
  • Quick Guide to Blogging and Google Docs
  • Teacher Comments I've "tested" using Google. Docs with my 4th grade FIG class. We're still"l earning" together, but they've really enjoyed it. Students have learned how to e-mail/send/share documents, use the tools (spell check works wonders), and basic typing skills (tab, spacebar, moving the cursor). Thanks, Alyssa
    • My project is going to be taking the kids bird reports and putting them into a blog.  I still need to connect up with Barry to find out the best way to do this.  The blog will contain their bird, info on the bird, a photo and possibly their drawing of the bird.  He is going to give me some pointers.  I am using Google docs now for many of my documents and that has helped especially in the area of accessing the documents to work on them from home or at school. Sandi
  • Barry’s Workshop Summary
    • Time just went too fast. It is most enjoyable working with K-12 leaders (admin and teachers) who are so excited about the possibilities of using emerging technologies to improve education.
    • It was wonderful to see 3rd grade teachers leave with a Blog related project, as well as some secondary teachers who left with existing PowerPoint presentations uploaded and embedded in their Blog, and experimenting with Google Docs.
    • I'm interested in observing their continued progress, and would like to use some of the projects as demonstrations to Districts who are following behind you. 
    • Keep in touch, and be sure to encourage them to contact me if they have any questions or need any assistance as they move forward.  Happy to help.
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