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    • 1. 0 meets Juicing Up the Online Experience Jane Perzyk www.protopage.com/janeperzyk
    • 2. What is 0 ? Twitter is a web-interface social networking application where a community of friends from around the world sends updates about moments in their lives.  Updates are limited to 140 characters with simple text – no HTML code. Updates are sent via Twitter website, mobile phone SMS, or IM on Jabber or Gtalk. Facilitating a workshop on Twitter and Protopage at the Macomb ISD.
    • 3. What is Protopage ? 0 Protopage is your own personal or shared webpage created with drag and drop widgets RSS Feeds Calendars Bookmarks Photos Text To-do lists
    • 4. Learning Community 0
    • 5. Professional Organization 0
    • 6. Family Page 0
    • 7. What is the Michigan Online Learning Requirement? 0 “ A structured learning activity that utilizes technology with intranet or Internet-based tools and resources as the delivery method for instruction, research, assessment, and communication. State Board of Education Guidelines, 2006
    • 8. What are the Different Options? 0
      • Enroll in an online course
      • Participate in a hybrid face-to-face/online course
      • Be involved in a teacher facilitated activity
      • Complete a self-paced program
    • 9. What is a Teacher-Facilitated Activity?
      • Teacher works with one or more students to provide coach-like assistance with their online learning activities.
      • Teacher facilitates student learning through a combination of face-to-face interactions and exchanges using communication tools commonly found in most Internet-based course management systems. This form of delivery places an expectation on students to take significant responsibility for their own learning.
      • Teacher ensures that students are engaged and making progress in their online activity.
      • Teacher provides content-related instructional assistance to students.
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    • 10. Quality Characteristics of a Teacher-Facilitated Activity
      • Collaboration
      • Integration
      • Sustainability
      • Life-long skills
      • Teacher involvement
      • Online ethics and safety
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    • 11. Can This Be Juiced? 0 A structured learning activity that utilizes technology with intranet or Internet-based tools and resources as the delivery method for
      • Instruction
      • Research
      • Assessment
      • Communication
    • 12. Why the Michigan Online Learning Requirement? 0 “ It will prepare them for the demands they will encounter in higher education, the workplace, and personal lifelong learning.” State Board of Education Guidelines, 2006
    • 13. Trends The Horizon Report
      • Increasing globalization is changing the way we work, collaborate, and communicate
      0 The Horizon Report 2007 http://www.nmc.org/pdf/2007_Horizon_Report.pdf #1
    • 14. 0 http://worldprocessor.com/catalog/world/
    • 15. Gardner’s Five Minds for the Future 0 “ We have now embarked on what may be the ultimate, all-encompassing, episode of globalization .”
    • 16. The Globalization of “Movement”
      • Movement of capital around the globe
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    • 18. 0
    • 19. The Globalization of “Movement”
      • Movement of capital around the globe
      • Movement of human beings across borders
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    • 20. 0
    • 21. The Globalization of “Movement”
      • Movement of capital around the globe
      • Movement of human beings across borders
      • Movement of information through cyberspace
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    • 22. Czech Republic 10-25-07 0
    • 23. The Globalization of “Movement”
      • Movement of capital around the globe
      • Movement of human beings across borders
      • Movement of information through cyberspace
      • Movement of popular culture across borders
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    • 24. Opening of Palladium Indoor Mall, Prague, Czech Republic – 10-27-07 0
    • 25. 0 Prague Castle, 10-26-07
    • 26. Trends The Horizon Report
      • Students’ views of what is and what is not technology are increasingly different from those of their teachers.
      0 The Horizon Report 2007 http://www.nmc.org/pdf/2007_Horizon_Report.pdf #2
    • 27. Ouch! 0 “ Some teachers make a PowerPoint and they think they’re so awesome,” says a student. “But it’s just like writing on the blackboard,” says another .
    • 28. Differing Views of Technology Pew Internet Report
      • 44% of 10 - 18-year-olds own a wireless phone
      • 55% of all online teenagers use social networking sites.
      0 http://www.prnewswire.com/cgi-bin/stories.pl?ACCT=104&STORY=/www/story/02-12-2007/0004525779&EDATE http:// / www.pewinternet.org/PPF/r/198/report_display.asp
    • 29. Trends The Horizon Report
      • Notions of collective intelligence and mass amateurization are pushing the boundaries of scholarship.
      0 The Horizon Report 2007 http://www.nmc.org/pdf/2007_Horizon_Report.pdf #3
    • 30. http://www.slideshare.net/adunne/what-is-web-20-157107 0
    • 31. The Landscape Has Changed! 0 Educators have slid into the 21st century—and into the digital age—still doing a great many things the old way. Marc Prensky
    • 32. Our Digital Landscape 0
    • 33. 0
    • 34. 0 Our schools have some serious competition, and it’s not from other schools!
    • 35. 0
    • 36. What Might They Need?
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    • 37. What Might You Need?
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    • 38. 0 For the first time in history, our job as educators is to prepare our children for a future that we cannot clearly describe. David Warlick
    • 39. 0 Teachers today need to know how to teach using tools that are unfamiliar that they can’t fully master! Marc Prensky
    • 40. Which Brings Us To. . . Twitter and Protopage and the Online Course Requirement 0
    • 41. Twitter 0
    • 42. Go to twitter.com 0
    • 43. 0
    • 44. Learning how to set up a Twitter account Don't limit your postings to this question! 0
    • 45. Now Let’s Find & Invite 0
    • 46. Find MBAmom 0
    • 47. Finding Your Partner in Twitter
      • Enter your partner’s name in the Search box
      • Click on the FOLLOW button on his/her Twitter page
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    • 48. Enrolling Students in Twitter
      • May want to create special group names
      • Avoid using student’s real names
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    • 49. Creating Groups in Twitter 0
    • 50. Twitter “in” the Classroom
      • Twitterlit.com
        • Twits the first lines of books, along with a link to Amazon
      • Post homework assignments or send reminders
      • Ask questions during lecture
      • Ask for help outside of the classroom
      • Communicate via Twitter groups and have record of the “conversation”
      • Explore collaborative writing
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    • 51. Twitter “in” the Classroom
      • Microblogging impressions after a chapter of reading
      • Practice foreign language phrases
      • Use in lieu of audience response systems
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    • 52. Evolution of Communication http://www.readwriteweb.com/archives/evolution_of_communication.php Instant broadcast PLUS feedback
    • 53. http://www.readwriteweb.com/archives/evolution_of_communication.php We are witnessing a breathtaking evolution of new forms of digital communication. More than witnessing, we are facilitating it . All of this is unfolding so quickly that 0 we do not have time to pause and reflect on what is happening. But if email is becoming an endangered species, then we need to pay attention .
    • 54. Go to www.protopage.com 0
    • 55. Some Protopage Examples
      • www.protopage.com/janeperzyk
      • www.protopage.com/jimwenz
      • www.protopage.com/perzyks
      • www.protopage.com/letstalk
      • http://www.protopage.com/boston2007
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    • 56. Using Twitter with Protopage
      • Assign Twitter accounts to group members
      • Allow students to Twitter concerning the project they are working on in their Protopage site.
      • Include a Twitter badge in the Protopage site for tracking tweets.
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    • 57. Quality Characteristics of a Teacher-Facilitated Activity
      • Collaboration
      • Integration
      • Sustainability
      • Life-long skills
      • Teacher involvement
      • Online ethics and safety
      0 Redux
    • 58. Questions? Write me at [email_address] Evaluation Locate Workshop Evaluation widget www.protopage.com/janeperzyk 0