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A presentation given at the recent Home Economics Teachers of Victoria annual conference on where to start with web 2.0 technology

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    Where to start with web2.0 - Home Economics Teachers Where to start with web2.0 - Home Economics Teachers Presentation Transcript

    • Anne Mirtschin, Hawkesdale P12 College A presentation for the Victorian Home Economics Teachers Association, Dec, 2008
    • Conceptual Age
      • Communicate
      • Connect
      • Creativity
    • Cybersafety
      • Usernames eg rose, meatballs
      • Avatars
      • No last names/addresses/phone numbers/other identifying details
      • Joint administration rights
      • Other staff(including principal)
      • regularly comment
      • RSS feeds to student blogs
      • Tips for Keeping them cybersafe
    •  
      • Delicious http://delicious.com
      • Social bookmarking site
      • Develops networks
      • Great comments on use of delicious
      • What a delicious idea!
    •  
    •  
    • Toondoo for cartoon making
    • Skype (www.skype.com)
      • VOiP
      • Live chat
      • Audio
      • conferencing
      • Videoconferencing
      • Bookmark and save chats
      Why I love skype - Why I love skype by Jeremy Wright
    •  
      • (www.voicethread.com)
      • User friendly
      • Digital storytelling
    •  
    • Uses for Voicethread
      • Storytelling
      • Reflections
      • Reporting on extracurricula activities
      • Global projects
      Voice Video Text Images
    • Slideshare - www.slideshare.net
      • Uploads powerpoint presentations
      • Groups and networks
      • Resources
    • Slideshare for home economics
      • http://www.slideshare.net/umhealthscienceslibraries/food-20-part-1-presentation with lots of great sites and recommendations, games, recipe sites etc videos
    • .....Blogging..... http:://murch.globalteacher.org.au http://murcha.wordpress.com
    • Most popular blogging platforms
      • http://globalstudent.org.au and http://globalteacher.org.au a campus set up especially for Victorian teachers with edublogs
      • http://edublogs.org
      • Blogger
      • Blogmeister
    • Sections to a blog
      • Posts
      • Pages
      • Categories
      • Tags
      • Widgets – clustr maps, delicious links
      • Blogroll
      • comments
    •  
    • Leecie – year 10 http://leecie.globalstudent.org.au
    • Comments on post
    • Interactivity - polls
      • Natalie
      • POLL DADDY See site
    • why should students blog
      • A tool for reading and writing
      • Authentic audience
      • Highly motivational
      • Powerful learning
      • Students want to share etc
      • 20 reasons
    • What do I use a blog for?
      • Online journal
      • Digital portfolios
      • Lesson plans
      • bulletin board
      • Reflections
    • Global student/teacher
      • Register for a globalteacher blog
      • Adding in students = easy now
      • Give some thought to username or url (cannot be changed)
      • blog title can be changed
    • hints
      • Start blogging – it will find a direction over time
      • Blog until you feel comfortable before starting with students
      • Blog regularly
      • Establish a social network (links, comments, trackbacks, teacher lists, nings etc)
      • Do not worry about initial appearance – just start.
    • Flickr
      • Online photo storage and management
      • Search for and use creative commons license photos
      • Networks (global)
      • Crop, share, edit
      • Slideshows
      • Videos (pro account)
      • networking
    • Wikis
      • Uses of.....
      • Group projects
      • Assignments
      • Resource collections
      • Peer review
      • Parent involvement
      www.ejourneys.wikispaces.com
    • Global projects http://corbettsm.wikispaces.com/
    • Some food blogs
      • Is My blog burning
      • Food and cookery blogs http://homecooking.about.com/od/foodblogs/Food_and_Cooking_Blogs.htm
      • Cooking with Amy http://cookingwithamy.blogspot.com/
      • Simply Recipes http://www.elise.com/recipes/
    • Videoconferencing
    • discoverE virtual classroom Hear Lorraine Leo teach my grade 4 and 5s about the Vendee Globe
    • Podcasting and podcasts
      • Audacity + lame codec to convert to mp3 files
      • Podomatic for storage online
    • Google apps
      • igoogle
    • Google Sheet
    • Forms
      • Collaboratively setup
      • Students filled in after being given the shared url
      • Dumped into sheet automatically
      • google docs – processor , sheet , presentation
      • Calendar
      • Reader
      • Alert
      • Notes
      • Igoogle
      • Google maps and earth
    • Online videos
      • Teacher Tube
      • Teachers TV
      • Youtube
      • Google video
    • Contact Me
      • [email_address]
      • [email_address]
      • Twitter id = murcha
      • Skype = anne.mirtschin