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A copy of our EdTech presentation.

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  • 1.
  • 2. A Teacher’s Guide to ToonDoo<br />Cartoons in the Classroom<br />What is ToonDoo?<br />Creating Cartoons in ToonDoo<br />Saving & Sharing Cartoons in ToonDoo<br />ToonDoo in the Classroom<br />
  • 3. Cartoons in the classroom<br />
  • 4. Cartoons in the Classroom<br />For Teachers<br />Grab student attention<br />Increase student emotional interest<br />Communicate complex processes<br />“Rephrase” or summarize information<br />
  • 5. For Teachers<br />Quickly and easily create great looking cartoons.<br />
  • 6. Cartoons in the Classroom<br />For Students<br />Synthesize information into visual form<br />Organize information to fit a limited form<br />Create a unique interpretation<br />Appreciate the difficulty of communicating ideas<br />
  • 7. For Students<br />Demonstrate knowledge while having fun.<br />
  • 8. What is ToonDoo?<br />
  • 9. What is ToonDoo?<br />Online service<br />Click and Drag creation<br />Personalize<br />Share<br />
  • 10. Using ToonDoo<br />A Live Demonstration<br />
  • 11. ToonDoo in the Classroom<br />
  • 12. ToonDoo’s support<br /><ul><li>A Ning network of teachers and ToonDoo staff (http://toondoo.ning.com/)</li></ul>Two great support staff members!<br />Rajendran the ToonDude<br />rajendran@toondoo.com<br />Meera the ToonDudette<br />meerasapra@toondoo.com<br />
  • 13. Web Links<br />A quick reference to some relevant sites<br />A Teacher’s Guide to ToonDoo<br />http://toondooguide.wordpress.com/<br />ToonDoo <br />http://www.toondoo.com/<br />ToonDooSpaces<br />http://www.toondoospaces.com/<br />The Official ToonDoo Ning site<br />http://toondoo.ning.com/<br />
  • 14. Readings<br />A selection of articles on teaching, cartoons, and visual literacy.<br />Song, Y., Heo, M., Krumenaker, L., & Tippins, D. (2008). Cartoons: An alternative learning assessment. Science Scopes 31(5), 16-21.<br />Park, S., Kim, M., & Lee, Y. (2005). The effects of visual illustrations on learners&apos; achievement and interest in PDA- (personal digital assistant) based learning. Journal of Educational Computing Research 33(2), 173-187.<br />Cleveland, H. (2008). Cartoon-initiated conversations. Science Scope 31(5), 50-52.<br />Keogh, B., & Naylor, S. (1999). Concept cartoons, teaching and learning in science: An evaluation. International Journal of Science Education 21(4), 431-446.<br />Rule, A., & Auge, J. (2005).  Using humorous cartoons to teach mineral and rock concepts in sixth grade science class. Journal of  Geoscience Education 53(5), 548-558.  <br />
  • 15. A Teacher’s Guide to ToonDoo<br />EdTech 2009<br />Presented by: Michael Carothers & Andrea Wright<br />Special thanks to:<br /><ul><li>Norm Ivey and Antionette Elliott Holmes for collaborating on the project that spurred this presentation
  • 16. Cheryl Wissick for introducing us to ToonDoo</li>

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