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  • Research Projects in the K-12 Classroom Using Web 2.0 tools for engagement, scaffolding, and multi-media presentations WITH an added bonus information about online professional development Alice Mercer  Spring 2008  Licensed under Creative Commons Materials from this presentation will be posted at: http://mercertraining.edublogs.org/
  • Today’s Presentation
    • This will be video streamed on UStream ( http:// www.ustream.tv/channel/edtechtalk )
    • This is part of Ed Tech Talk ( http:// edtechtalk.com / )
    • All of today’s presentation links and materials will be at my training blog ( http:// mercertraining.edublogs.org )
  • Sources for online training (share some of your own)
    • Ed Tech Talk ( http://edtechtalk.com/ )
    • Classroom 2.0 ( http://classroom20.com )
    • K12Online ( http://k12onlineconference.org/ )
    • You can find me at:
      • http://itselementary.edublogs (my show)
      • http://mercertraining.edublogs.org (blog for trainings)
  • Why do it?
    • On your time and pace
    • Friendly folks to help
    • Community to support you
    • You can do PD in your pjs
  • Research projects and the multitude of ways they can go wrong…
    • Teaching plagiarism with cut ‘n paste
    • Just the facts m’am
    • Just do it: free-range projects = feral students
    • One side says vote yes, the other says vote no, I’m just confused
  • Getting more (quality)… Creative Commons license http://flickr.com/photos/auntiep/2055051/
  • … by demanding less (quantity) Creative Commons license http://flickr.com/photos/sukkulaati/423983587/
  • You need a plan…
  • The elements…
    • Resources that are accessible to students
    • Explicit instruction in how to use resources
    • Student generated research questions The “how” and “whys”
    • Feedback, feedback, feedback
    • Structure, structure, structure
  • Structuring for success
  • Resources
    • Pre-vetted sites
    • Teaching evaluation skills
    • How to glean a main idea
    Bookmark http://flickr.com/photos/derbeth/300105723/
  • Otherwise, this is all they see…
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    From: http://www.lipsum.com/
  • Using Diigo for research
    • What you can do:
      • Highlight text
      • Leave sticky notes
    • How it can be used
      • What’s the main idea
      • Give them feedback
    Highlighting Postmodernism http://flickr.com/photos/stephmcg/1265507662/
  • How Does Diigo Work?
    • Diigolet (thin bookmarklet)
    • Diigo Toolbar for browsers
    • The tools
      • Highlighter
      • Clip-it
      • In situ Sticky notes
      • Page notes
  • A picture is worth 1,000 words http://flickr.com/photos/63031528@N00/852247291
  • Sources of photos
    • Flickr (Creative Commons)
    • Library of Congress (Public Domain)
    • Wikipedia (Both)
  • Do you have language learners?
    • Oral language is on their test
    • Story boards + Scripts = structure = safety net
    • Don’t forget the vocabulary
  • Scripts and storyboards: Don’t do a project without one. SCRIPT TITLE
  • What’s next?
    • How
      • Movie Maker, Photo Story, iMovie
      • VoiceThread, Slideshare, BubbleShare
    • Where
      • Teacher Tube
      • Blogs
      • Wikis
      • Class Web page