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a presentation on teachers and technology at the 2006 NCSS Annual Meeting in Washington, DC

a presentation on teachers and technology at the 2006 NCSS Annual Meeting in Washington, DC

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  • 1. Blogs, Podcasting, and Wikis: Social Software for Teachers Dr. Kelly A. Woestman National Council for the Social Studies Annual Meeting Washington, DC December 2006
  • 2. Blogs weblogs/online journals
  • 3. Blogging
    • Ease of publication
      • Everyone can publish a webpage
  • 4. Blogging Software/Services
    • Blogger – http://www.blogger.com
    • Typepad – http://www.typepad.com
    • Gaggle - http://www.gaggle.net
      • Blogs and email
  • 5.
    • Also check with school and/or district technology expert
    • Google (the verb) “teacher blogs”
      • Can be more specific also
    • Implications of Google buying Blogger
  • 6. Blogging Considerations
    • Access restrictions
      • Public or members (class) only
      • Comment regulation
      • “ spell out” email
        • Ie woestman at pittstate dot edu
  • 7. Blogging & State Standards
    • Analyze/Evaluate Readings
    • Active Participation
      • Reflective Practice
  • 8. Podcasting broadcast audio/video files
  • 9. Podcasts & Podcasting
    • Beyond the iPod
      • way beyond!
    • Portable audio files
    • Portable video files
  • 10. Podcasting Software
    • Audacity
      • http://audacity.soundforge.net/
    • Can also use GarageBand on Mac
    • Can now record directly to iPods
      • Only came with the latest generation
  • 11. Podcasting Software (cont’d)
    • You do NOT need to buy special software pacakages
    • Most blogging programs will allow you to “broadcast” podcasts through RSS feeds
  • 12. RSS Feeds
    • What the heck is RSS?
    • Arguments over what RSS stands for
    • Comparison to email
  • 13. Greenbush Podcast Directory
    • http://podcast.greenbush.us
  • 14. Podcasting Conisderations
    • Value-Added Learning
    • Student Active Learning/Ownership
  • 15. Podcasting & State Standards
    • Writing Skills (Scripts)
    • Critical Thinking Skills
      • Students become Teachers
      • Peer Coaches
  • 16. Wikis aka wikipedia
  • 17. Wikipedia
    • http://en.wikipedia.org
  • 18. Wikis
    • Critical Source Evaluation Essential
      • Have students ‘validate’ the authenticity of a wikipedia entry by comparing it to other reliable sources
    • But also provides us sources of information we don’t already have
  • 19. Wikis
    • Most useful as a collaborative project
      • Have students create a wiki on a particular topic, issue, time period, etc.
      • It will help them see the networks between various types of information
  • 20.
    • Think of wikis as TEXTUAL graphic organizers
  • 21. Social Networking
  • 22. National School Boards Association Report
    • November 6, 2006
    • For the first time, the survey examined the phenomenon of social networking.
    • MORE HERE
  • 23.
    • http://speakingofhistory.blogspot.com/
  • 24. Conclusion
    • http://teachinghistory.typepad.com/technology