Day 2 BTOP Training Suzy Belonga Instructional Technologist Web 2.0 in the Classroom
Ten Tips for Personalized Learning via Technology To challenge and support each child at his or her own level, the educators of Forest Lake Elementary deploy a powerful array of digital-technology tools. Discover what your school can learn. by Grace Rubenstein 1. Deliver Instruction through Multiple Forms of Media 2. Gather and Use Immediate Feedback on Students' Understanding 3. Give Students Options 4. Automate Basic Skills Practice 5. Practice Independent Work Skills 6. Create a Weekly "Must Do" and "May Do" List 7. Pretest Students' Knowledge Before Each Unit 8. Be Flexible When Plans Go Awry 9. Let Students Drive 10. Share the Work of Creating Differentiated Lessons
Fourth Grade MyHaiku Page http://www.myhaikuclass.com Username: beattie1, beattie2, beattie3, beattie4, beattie5, or beattie6 Password for all: school Take a tour! Click on Beattie’s Bunch on the left. Click around. Polls, discussions, assignments posted, send the teacher a message, gradebook, etc.
Can just have teachers/ admin see this. Or click save. Step 2: Create Topic Step 1: Odyssey Community link Step 3: click on your topic. Step 4: now you need a thread. Step 5: type your thread and any directions you would like then click preview or post.
Step 6: once you click post, this page will appear listing all of your threads. Click Add to Assignment. Step 7: now you can create a new folder, assign to a folder or complete assignment.
Step 8: after clicking Complete Assignment, this page will come up. I only change the availability, subject, and level. Click next. Step 9: check your class for all students or select just a few. Then click Next. Step 9b: you can even send students a message about responding to the thread.
Students can see their responses and can Add Post.
Teachers can view all posts. Students can respond to each other.
http://www.clearvieweducation.com/blog/2009/100-best-blogs-for-teachers-of-the-future/ or http://tinyurl.com/100blogs4teachers edublog glogster
Video Networking The tubes: YouTube, TeacherTube, StudentTube United Streaming (regional subscription) Youtube alts from freetech4 http://freetech4teachers.pbworks.com/w/page/14904893/Great-Alternatives-to-YouTube or http://tinyurl.com/youtubealts
Searching the Internet Basic searches: Yebol.com Digg.com Google & Google.com/scholar (or customize) Ask.com Yahoo.com Metasearches: Dogpile.com Webcrawler.com Answers.com Monstercrawler.com En.Wikipedia.org Search on search engines: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_search_engines And metasearches: http://www.dmoz.org/Computers/Internet/Searching/Metasearch
http://www.intel.com/about/corporateresponsibility/education/k12/tools.htm OR http://tinyurl.com/inteltools
Google Earth http://www.google.com/earth/educators/
Use others’ lessons, sites, resources to find ones that you can use or like! http://teachersnetwork.org/TeachNet/index.cfm
Have a hard to remember site? http://tinyurl.com/EUPBTOP Original ISD BTOP site: http://www.eup.k12.mi.us/608910123153921910/site/default.asp
http://www.freetech4teachers.com/ Wordle.net Thinkfinity.org Brainpop.com Pics4learning.com Rubistar Wikipedia Popsci.com Doodle Edzone.net Google Docs Freetech review of 2010 tech tools: http://www.freetech4teachers.com/2010/12/11-ed-tech-things-i-got-excited-about.html Or http://tinyurl.com/2010techReview