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  • 1. Web 2.0 for Teachers Helping to Create Twenty-first Century Schools Dave Powers A Lifelong Learner at Wydown Middle School dave_powers@clayton.k12.mo.us
  • 2. This Online Presentation
  • 3. This Online Presentation • was created using Mac and Keynote
  • 4. This Online Presentation • was created using Mac and Keynote • it was uploaded to slideshare.net +
  • 5. The Audio
  • 6. The Audio • was recorded using an iPod and Micromemo
  • 7. The Audio • was recorded using an iPod and Micromemo • it was imported into itunes
  • 8. The Audio • was recorded using an iPod and Micromemo • it was imported into itunes • then it was converted to mp3 (in iTunes)
  • 9. The Audio • was recorded using an iPod and Micromemo • it was imported into itunes • then it was converted to mp3 (in iTunes) • last it was uploaded to hosted serverspace + +
  • 10. Both the slideshow and audio file
  • 11. Both the slideshow and audio file • were synched using slideshare.net
  • 12. Both the slideshow and audio file • were synched using slideshare.net • then the presentation was embedded on a blog +
  • 13. Before We Start
  • 14. Before We Start • If at any point you feel that this session is not what you were looking for, or even better, a colleague emails you and says there is a better session going on somewhere else, please go there either in person or using your computer. BE SELFISH ABOUT YOUR EDUCATION. AFTER ALL, THIS IS ABOUT YOU
  • 15. Before We Start • If at any point you feel that this session is not what you were looking for, or even better, a colleague emails you and says there is a better session going on somewhere else, please go there either in person or using your computer. BE SELFISH ABOUT YOUR EDUCATION. AFTER ALL, THIS IS ABOUT YOU • I am very passionate about this subject. If I get off topic or go on a tirade, please let me know by saying something that is hopefully funny about how I need to get back on our topic.
  • 16. Before We Start • If at any point you feel that this session is not what you were looking for, or even better, a colleague emails you and says there is a better session going on somewhere else, please go there either in person or using your computer. BE SELFISH ABOUT YOUR EDUCATION. AFTER ALL, THIS IS ABOUT YOU • I am very passionate about this subject. If I get off topic or go on a tirade, please let me know by saying something that is hopefully funny about how I need to get back on our topic. • Last, to get the most out of this session, you need a laptop and Firefox web browser. The web runs on Firefox (first lesson of the day)
  • 17. In this workshop we will
  • 18. In this workshop we will • Learn “The History of the Internet” (less than 5 min)
  • 19. In this workshop we will • Learn “The History of the Internet” (less than 5 min) • Define Web 2.0 (less than 5 min)
  • 20. In this workshop we will • Learn “The History of the Internet” (less than 5 min) • Define Web 2.0 (less than 5 min) • Discuss the impact of Web 2.0 technology on schools American and otherwise (this is the big idea).
  • 21. In this workshop we will • Learn “The History of the Internet” (less than 5 min) • Define Web 2.0 (less than 5 min) • Discuss the impact of Web 2.0 technology on schools American and otherwise (this is the big idea). • If we have time, we will discuss some tools School 2.0 tools that are available to teachers (the best way to learn technology is to explore).
  • 22. The History of the Internet...For Teachers (hint: this should be easy, it is not that old!)
  • 23. The History of the Internet...For Teachers (hint: this should be easy, it is not that old!) The static age (before Web 2.0)
  • 24. The History of the Internet...For Teachers (hint: this should be easy, it is not that old!) The static age (before Web 2.0) Readers
  • 25. The History of the Internet...For Teachers (hint: this should be easy, it is not that old!) The static age (before Web 2.0) Readers
  • 26. The History of the Internet...For Teachers (hint: this should be easy, it is not that old!) The static age (before Web 2.0) Readers
  • 27. The History of the Internet...For Teachers (hint: this should be easy, it is not that old!) The static age (before Web 2.0) Readers Writers
  • 28. The History of the Internet...For Teachers (hint: this should be easy, it is not that old!) The static age (before Web 2.0) Readers Writers
  • 29. The History of the Internet...For Teachers (hint: this should be easy, it is not that old!) The static age (before Web 2.0) Readers Writers
  • 30. The History of the Internet...For Teachers (hint: this should be easy, it is not that old!)
  • 31. The History of the Internet...For Teachers (hint: this should be easy, it is not that old!) The Enlightenment (Web 2.0 arrives)
  • 32. The History of the Internet...For Teachers (hint: this should be easy, it is not that old!) The Enlightenment (Web 2.0 arrives) Readers Blogs Wikis Forums
  • 33. The History of the Internet...For Teachers (hint: this should be easy, it is not that old!) The Enlightenment (Web 2.0 arrives) Readers Writers Blogs Blogs Wikis Wikis Forums Forums
  • 34. What happened to the Web Geeks? • Now they make applications that allow anyone to publish content on the internet very easily. Web applications not webpages and websites. • And they are making millions and billions doing it... youtube 1.65 billion
  • 35. So What is Web 2.0? • The web applications (kinda like web sites) that allow users to be both readers and also writers. •Examples ★Schoolwires (web page publishing & more) ★Youtube, Google Video, Teacher Tube (video publishing) ★ Flickr, Photobucket, Shutterfly (image publishing) ★ Slideshare (powerpoint publishing) ★ Google Calendar (calendar publishing)
  • 36. Web 2.0 Discussion Activity •Activity (learn through exploring) And Reflect • Split into groups of three to four teachers. • Go to this web address... mrpowers.edublogs.org/ • Click on the post titled “Web 2.0: Its Impact on Classrooms and Schools” •Follow the directions on the Post.
  • 37. Now That You Have Reflected • The password to the next activity is... csdweb20 • The URL to the activity is... http://mrpowers.edublogs.org/ 2007/08/14/a-more-global-perspective/
  • 38. Just a Few of the Many Helpful Tools For Teachers I Have Learned About From The School 2.0 Community • iGoogle (Personalized Homepage) • Google Reader (RSS Reader) • Edublogs.org (free blogs for teachers - like the one we visited today) • Slideshare.net (embed Powerpoint and Keynote presentations in blogs and wikis) • Zamzar (a way to download your favorite YouTube videos so you can watch them with your students) • Wikispaces.com (free wikis for teachers)
  • 39. Thank You For Attending