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Literacies In The K6 Classroom
Literacies In The K6 Classroom
Literacies In The K6 Classroom
Literacies In The K6 Classroom
Literacies In The K6 Classroom
Literacies In The K6 Classroom
Literacies In The K6 Classroom
Literacies In The K6 Classroom
Literacies In The K6 Classroom
Literacies In The K6 Classroom
Literacies In The K6 Classroom
Literacies In The K6 Classroom
Literacies In The K6 Classroom
Literacies In The K6 Classroom
Literacies In The K6 Classroom
Literacies In The K6 Classroom
Literacies In The K6 Classroom
Literacies In The K6 Classroom
Literacies In The K6 Classroom
Literacies In The K6 Classroom
Literacies In The K6 Classroom
Literacies In The K6 Classroom
Literacies In The K6 Classroom
Literacies In The K6 Classroom
Literacies In The K6 Classroom
Literacies In The K6 Classroom
Literacies In The K6 Classroom
Literacies In The K6 Classroom
Literacies In The K6 Classroom
Literacies In The K6 Classroom
Literacies In The K6 Classroom
Literacies In The K6 Classroom
Literacies In The K6 Classroom
Literacies In The K6 Classroom
Literacies In The K6 Classroom
Literacies In The K6 Classroom
Literacies In The K6 Classroom
Literacies In The K6 Classroom
Literacies In The K6 Classroom
Literacies In The K6 Classroom
Literacies In The K6 Classroom
Literacies In The K6 Classroom
Literacies In The K6 Classroom
Literacies In The K6 Classroom
Literacies In The K6 Classroom
Literacies In The K6 Classroom
Literacies In The K6 Classroom
Literacies In The K6 Classroom
Literacies In The K6 Classroom
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  • Goal today is a small victory…
  • Collaborations come from communities
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    • 1. Literacies in the K-6 Classroom<br />Summer Teacher Institute<br />June 23, 2009<br />Kevin Jarrett<br />Technology Facilitator, K-4<br />Northfield Elementary School<br />
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    • 11. http://classic.go2web20.net/<br />X<br />
    • 12. http://bit.ly/gONdr<br />
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    • 15. …are you sure?<br />
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    • 24. Either the Winter Olympics unit or the FIFA World Cup Unit.<br />Some type of global interaction. Possibly working on a problem solving project with students abroad.<br />Units that will fit into homeroom curriculum, especially in jk-1 grades.<br />Also am curious about how to collaborate <br />with other classes to collect and analyze data.<br />Developing a unit for boys on the book The Aurora County All-Stars by Deborah Wiles.<br />Any Algebra 1 or Algebra 2 Concept.<br />Collect and post 1-minute presentations of student learning projects.<br />…collaborative aspects of tech in the classroom.<br />use technology to enhance their social studies (history and/or culture study) or science instruction. <br />A unit relating to reading, writing, math or social studies curriculum.<br />produce a Professional Development module for facilitating the value of using Videoconferencing or web2.0 in the classroom.<br />I would like to learn more about how to use technology with the language arts.<br />…technology as tool for differentiated learning.<br />Character education and/or social skills development for first or third grades. <br />Connecting with Spanish-speaking students.<br />
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    • 27. Requirements to Teach with Tech<br />Teaching successfully with emerging technologies requires:<br />• A spirit of experimentation<br />• Willingness to engage learners in the creation of learning resources (co-creation of content)<br />• Willingness to “let go” of control and content presentation approaches to teaching<br />• Tolerance of failure<br />From Handbook or Emerging Technologies for Learning- Siemens and Tittenberger<br />Teaching successfully with emerging technologies requires:<br />Teaching successfully with emerging technologies requires:<br />Teaching successfully with emerging technologies requires:<br />• A spirit of experimentation<br />• A spirit of experimentation<br />• A spirit of experimentation<br />• Willingness to engage learners in the creation of learning resources (co-creation of content)<br />• Willingness to engage learners in the creation of learning resources (co-creation of content)<br />• Willingness to engage learners in the creation of learning resources (co-creation of content)<br />• Willingness to “let go” of control and content presentation approaches to teaching<br />• Willingness to “let go” of control and content presentation approaches to teaching<br />• Willingness to “let go” of control and content presentation approaches to teaching<br />• Tolerance of failur<br />• Tolerance of failur<br />• Tolerance of failur<br />
    • 28. What if I told you …<br />A single Web 2.0 application can address nearly ALL those wants?<br />Collaborations are easy to find (if you know where to look)<br />Fitting a collaborative project into your day is easier than you think?<br />
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    • 30. Voicethread<br />Intuitive, flexible<br />Collaborative by design<br />Multimedia (images, text, audio, video, telephone)<br />Web-based<br />Cross-platform<br />Asynchronous<br />Free<br />
    • 31. Voicethread<br />+<br />+<br />=<br />…<br />
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    • 33. Voicethread Tips<br />Plan ahead<br />Storyboard<br />Use “Save to .JPG” option to create images<br />Use Keynote or PowerPoint for “heavy lifting” (organizing content)<br />Import images &amp; record audio<br />Loud speaking can make audio recording cut out<br />Be prepared to re-record until satisfied<br />Have students choose icons for their accounts<br />Use ‘Doodle’ feature sparingly<br />
    • 34. A Colleague’s Voicethread Project<br />
    • 35. Voicethread<br />Let’s explore…<br />In your groups, review examples<br />Discuss strengths, weaknesses<br />Share out<br />
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    • 37. Voicethread<br />Now it’s your turn!<br />We will create our own Voicethreads<br />First, we need:<br />A planning sheet (actually…)<br />Images (existing or take your own today)<br />Headset microphones<br />Voicethread usernames &amp; passwords<br />
    • 38. - creation time -<br />
    • 39. Voicethread<br />What Went Well?<br />?<br />What Could Have Been Better?<br />?<br />- discuss curricular applications -<br />
    • 40. Voicethread<br />Path Forward<br />Project Identification<br />Lesson/Unit Design<br />Logistics<br />Your Role<br />Available Support<br />On to … collaborations!<br />
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    • 50. Leveraging Online Communities<br />Find &amp; evaluate<br />Sign up<br />Build profile<br />Lurk (read)<br />Contribute<br />Add friends<br />Request help<br />Promote the community<br />
    • 51. Leveraging Online Communities<br />Building Your Profile<br />Ning (overall)<br />Networks you’re in<br />Network Pages<br />Theme<br />Content<br />Messaging<br />
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    • 55. Image Credits (Creative Commons)<br />photo credit: YellowDog<br />photo credit: Dawn Endico<br />photo credit: Editor B<br />photo credit: jared<br />photo credit: Julie Lindsay<br />photo credit: Wesley Fryer<br />http://www.tpck.org/tpck/<br />http://classic.go2web20.net/<br />photo credit: Theresa Thompson<br />photo credit: Fuschia Foot<br />photo credit: kokeshi<br />photo credit: Tracy O<br />photo credit: bradleygee<br />photo credit: Ned Raggett<br />photo credit: NoWin<br />photo credit: Matter = Energy<br />photo credit: basykes<br />photo credit: ogimogi<br />photo credit: etohaholic<br />photo credit: Wesley Fryer<br />photocredt: bobsd46<br />photo credit: Kecko<br />photo credit: danesparza<br />

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