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Web 2.0 toolbox presentation summer 2009

Web 2.0 toolbox presentation summer 2009

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  • We will learn about web 2.0 tools specifically for the secondary classroom. We will explore the Secondary Ed Tech Wiki and learn how Google calendars and documents can be used for collaborative projects. We will also explore some dynamic web 2.0 resources for interactive and collaborative ELA, math, science, and social studies tools that will engage students and enhance learning.
  • Look at the secondary wiki, create an account and learn about editing a page or participating in a discussion. ·     Log into HISD Google Docs and practice editing the joint calendar ·     Look at the elementary Ning as an alternative social website. ·     Explore web 2.0 data representation tools that integrate nicely with the different content areas o       Wordle and Graphic novel design tools for ELA o       Data and Graphing tools for Math, Science, SS o       Virtual algebra tiles Recap with referral for more information to the wiki.
  • Public or Private status can be changed at a later time.
  • Log into HISD Google Docs and practice editing the joint calendar
  • We will learn about web 2.0 tools specifically for the secondary classroom. We will explore the Secondary Ed Tech Wiki and learn how Google calendars and documents can be used for collaborative projects. We will also explore some dynamic web 2.0 resources for interactive and collaborative ELA, math, science, and social studies tools that will engage students and enhance learning.
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    • 1. TechSpan 2009 Chavez High School Marty Daniel Secondary Web 2.0 Toolbox
    • 2. Agenda
      • Cyber Safety
      • Secondary Ed Tech wiki
      • HISD Google Docs
      • Elementary Ning
      • Web 2.0 data tools
        • Wordle and Graphic novel design tools for ELA
        • Data and Graphing tools for Math, Science, SS
        • Virtual algebra tiles
      • Additional information on the wiki
    • 3. SecondaryEdTech.wikispaces.com
      • Create an account
      • Join
      • Edit a page
      • Participate in a discussion
    • 4.  
    • 5. Make your own
      • www.wikispaces.com/site/for/teachers
      • Choose username, password, & enter email
      • Make a Space? Yes
      • Choose a wiki name
      • Select visibility – Public or Private
      • Certify space is educational
      • Click Join
    • 6. Google Docs
      • Use your HISD username
    • 7. Google Docs Documents, Spreadsheets, Forms, Presentations, & Calendar
    • 8. Google Docs - Advantages
      • Work from any computer
      • Collaborate—multiple editors, students can work together
      • Changes/edits seen immediately
      • Automatic saves
    • 9. Google Docs - Advantages
      • Revert to previous versions
      • Collect Forms data quick & easy
      • Students access class presentations & rubrics from home
      • No Google account needed to view docs or send forms - only to edit
    • 10. Google Docs - Examples
      • Class or Cluster Newsletters
      • Class or Cluster Calendars
      • Project guidelines or rubrics
      • Collaborative projects—organize, manage, collaborate!
      • Forms for gathering information
      • On-line quizzes as forms
    • 11. HISD Documents
      • Create your own
      • Share and Publish as a web page!
      • More info…
    • 12. HISD Calendar
      • Sharing
      • Create your own
      • HISD Dates Calendar - http:// www.google.com/calendar/hosted/houstonisd.org/embed?src =houstonisd.org_leo12h8a54cnpluf9bltc0sd9o%40group.calendar.google.com&ctz=America/Chicago
    • 13. Google Apps
    • 14. Data Representation
      • Wordle and Graphic novel design tools for ELA
      • Data and Graphing tools for Math, Science, SS
      • Virtual algebra tiles
    • 15. Web 2.0 Toolbox Appendix
    • 16. Classroom 2.0 Selecting a wiki Wiki Ideas Clairvoy Blogs Blogger Forums & Message Boards Ning inEducation WikiSpaces Wikis Blogs 21 Classes
    • 17. Why blog?
      • Use to post daily information – assignments, events, etc.
      • Publish student work – podcasts, documents, slideshows.
      • Put up a blog post on a specific issue and invite students to contribute comments.
      • Weekly newsletters for parents
    • 18. Where to blog?
      • Blogger
      • WordPress
      • Clairvoy Blogs
      • 21 Classes
    • 19. 21 Classes
        • www.21classes.com
        • Designed for classroom use
        • Dual-Layer system
          • Classroom (outer layer) area
          • Collection of student blogs (inner layer)
        • You can setup class layer as public for assignment notifications, but users must authenticate to see student blogs
    • 20. Wikis
      • Collaborate – you and students
      • Knowledge sharing
      • Interactive assignments
      • History of revisions – archive
      • Structure flexible
      • Wikispaces for Teachers – Add free
    • 21. Ning
      • Communication 10
      • Forums
      • Levels of membership
      • Easy setup
      • Ad Free for audiences under 15 yrs
    • 22. Create a Blog
      • www.21classes.com
      • Click Sign up for free
    • 23. Create a Blog
      • Fill out registration form
      • Make your blog name simple
        • msdaniel.21classes.com
    • 24. Create a Blog
      • Finish filling all the information , and click
    • 25. Create a Blog
      • From the Dashboard:
      • Layouts define the look of the class & default student layout
      • Classroom Homepage sets up the “outer” blog area
      • View Portal - see what visitors & students will see
      • Student Accounts - create & edit students accounts or login as a student
    • 26. Create a Blog
      • Welcome text/about edits the welcome page
      • Categories sort your blog posts (assignments, reviews, etc…)
      • New entry allows you to enter a new post
    • 27. Create a Blog
      • Student’s blog settings area -handle new material
        • Direct post
        • Review new material/comments
      • Review of entries and comments options
        • Make sure nothing inappropriate is posted
        • Requires additional time
    • 28. Create a Blog - Registration
      • Allow students to self-register or teacher created accounts
      • 21classes will allow you to filter to allow only from one domain
      • Use “approve all new accounts” feature to prevent bogus accounts
    • 29. Blog Ideas
      • Student journaling
        • Teacher creates a writing prompt on the main classroom page, and students respond to the comment.
        • Good practice to have comments set to blog users only so you only have your students commenting.