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  • An Appetizer Plate of Web 2.0 to use in your classroom Alice Mercer SCUSD Spring 2008
  • License, etc.
    • This is licensed under a Creative Commons attribution, non-commercial license. I’ll explain more about this later.
    • All materials will be posted at:
    • http://mercertraining.edublogs.org
  • Agenda for Web 2.0 Training
    • What is Web 2.0 and why use it? (5 minutes)
    • Document Sharing 2.0 (15 minutes)
    • Sharing information 2.0 (10 minutes)
    • RSS: Stitching it together (10 minutes)
    • (re)Creating content (10 minutes)
    • Copyright issues (15 minutes)
    • Online professional development (5 minutes)
    • Make something of this (40 minutes)
  • What is Web 2.0?
  • Content creation…
  • Interactive AND social
  • How do we learn?
    • Relationships
    • Social interactions
    • Lev Vygotsky
    • Zone of proximal development
      • You cross the point between ignorance of a concept and knowledge with someone helping you
    How do we learn? The Zone Knowledge
    • Learning must be demonstrated
    • This has different levels, higher and lower
    • Benjamin Bloom’s Taxonomy
    • Construction is the highest level.
    How do we learn? Part II
  • Create Content
  • Document Sharing 2.0
    • Create documents you can retrieve anywhere
    • No more jump drives
    • Share it with others
    • Share edits with each other
  • Sharing info 2.0
    • Getting resources
    • How is it different than NetTrekker?
      • It’s free and portable
      • Sharing
      • Annotation
  • RSS: Stitching it together
    • Let’s others share with you
    • Let’s you pull different things from different places together
  • (re)Creating content
    • Creating podcasts (audio files)
    • Share your or your students’ slideshows
    • Create your own images or get them from Flickr
    • But when you post it up, you are no longer in the classroom, and copyright applies…
  • Get to know Copyright
    • … and let Fair Use be your friend. Some quick guidelines when podcasting:
    • You can use 10% (not to exceed 10 seconds) of a copyrighted song or other audio.
    • You can do work based on copyrighted materials, but you cannot just read, and record.
  • Creative Commons
    • Creative commons is another great resource.
    • You don’t pay, you attribute, or give credit.
    • You can search for material based on CC licensing (almost everything in Wikipedia is CC licensed).
  • Why Professional Development 2.0?
  • Your time or mine?
  • Casual Dress is a-okay!
  • It’s all about the community
  • Follow-up and support
  • Web 2.0 Training in Room 3
  • Web 2.0 Training in Room 3