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A presentation from the April 10, 2010 Super Saturday Technology Mini-Workshop at NC State University for NC TEACH lateral entry educators.

A presentation from the April 10, 2010 Super Saturday Technology Mini-Workshop at NC State University for NC TEACH lateral entry educators.

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  • Students have been asked to make posters for a very long time <br />
  • They are often used to &#x201C;kill time&#x201D; or just to let kids be creative. That&#x2019;s just not appropriate for middle and high school students who already have fine motor skills. <br />
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Wikis vs. Glogs Wikis vs. Glogs Presentation Transcript

  • Wikis vs. Glogs 21st Century Student “Posters” Paul Cancellieri Durant Road Middle School Raleigh, NC pcancellieri@gmail.com @mrscienceteach
  • Why posters?
  • Why is this better than this?
  • Wikis
  • Text Images Animoto Videos GoAnimate Blabberize Voki
  • Samples Human Body Systems Matchmaking
  • Glogs
  • Samples Human Body Systems Matchmaking
  • Assessment
  • What you ask for is what you’ll get
  • Paul Cancellieri pcancellieri@gmail.com @mrscienceteach Check out the wiki for more information and links: ncteach.wikispaces.com