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Nelms Presentation Web 2.0 Tools For Classroom Instruction

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Presentation at NELMS conference 4/6/09

Presentation at NELMS conference 4/6/09

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    • 1. Web 2.0 Tools for Classroom Instruction Neal Sonnenberg Curriculum Coordinator Math and Business Virtual High School Global Consortium www.goVHS.org
    • 2. Today’s Presentation
      • Introduction
      • What is Web 2.0?
      • Why should you care about Web 2.0?
      • Web 2.0 tools
        • -What are the tools?
        • - How can you use them in your class?
      • Q&A
    • 3. About VHS
      • Non-profit, with 12 years in online education
      • Over 12,000 students in 2008-9
        • Pre-Veterinary Medicine
        • Mathematics of Electricity
        • Gods of CNN:The Power of Modern Media
        • Criminology
        • Oceanography: A virtual semester at sea
        • Basic Mandarin
      • 520 member schools
      • Almost 300 classes offered including:
        • Business Math
        • Number Theory
        • Pre-Algebra
        • World War II through the Eyes of Dr. Seuss
        • Engineering
        • The Teenage Brain – What’s Going on in there?
    • 4. About VHS
      • In 30 states
      • And 39 countries
    • 5. I’d like to ask the audience ..
      • Who are you?
      • Your expertise with web tools and web 2.0?
    • 6. Spectrum of Technology Use
      • Presentations
      • Internet for Research
      • Hybrid Courses
      No Technology use in the Classroom Fully Online Courses Word Processor Web Enhanced Classroom Podcasts, Wikis, Blogs
    • 7.
      • Sage-on-the-Stage
      • Industrial age model
      • Stand and deliver *same* content to *every* student at *same*time
      • Information is finite
      Teaching 1.0 and Web 1.0
      • Web 1.0
      • Search and download
    • 8.  
    • 9. Web Applications are the new Desktops
    • 10. Web 2.0 Tools connect the classroom to the world.
    • 11.  
    • 12. Participatory Web Web 2.0 users add value to applications through use Reproduced with permission from Kirsten Peterson, EdTech Leaders Online . Original reference, " How Virtual Schools are Teaching with Web 2.0 ". Web 1.0 Web 2.0
      • Read
      • Course catalog
      • Write
      • Ebay , Craigslist (post, edit)
      • Taxonomy
      • Yahoo (categories)
      • Folksonomy
      • Flickr , Del.icio.us (tagging, ranking)
      • Individuals
      • Personal websites
      • Communities
      • Facebook , SecondLife
      • Consume
      • CNBC TV
      • Contribute, Create, Participate
      • YouTube , TeacherTube
      • Centralized
      • Boston Globe
      • Decentralized
      • Google News (aggregator)
      • Web as Browser
      • Netscape
      • Web as Platform
      • Google (tools)
      • Documents
      • IRS Forms
      • Data
      • Wikipedia (change in content creation)
    • 13.
      • Web 1.0
      • The Read Web
      • Static Web pages
      • Use search engines to surf the net
      • Html coding
      • Programming skills
      • Graphic design skills
      • Creation done by a few people
      • Digitization of existing knowledge
      • Web 2.0
      • The read/write web
      • Web only applications
      • Information is served to the user
      • User interacts with the content
      • Online creation is simplified
      • User can focus on ideas, creativity, collaboration
      • Users can combine information from variety of sources.
      • Mass participation
    • 14. Blog Blog Blog Blog Blog Blog Blog Blog Blog Blog Blog Blog Mark James Normand Mark James Normand Presented by Developed by Mark James Normand
    • 15.  
    • 16.  
    • 17. Generation “C” Collaborator Creator Critical Thinker
    • 18. How do I get started?
    • 19. How do I get started? One Tool at a Time!
    • 20. What happens to traditional approaches to teaching and learning?
    • 21. into the curriculum embedded
    • 22. into the curriculum embedded
    • 23. Big Six Web 2.0 Tools
      • Blogs
      • Wikis
      • Podcasting
      • RSS
      • Social Bookmarking
      • Photosharing
    • 24. Blogs
      • Fancy name for a journal
      • Lets see how you can use blogs
        • Class introductions
        • Analysis of artwork
    • 25. into the curriculum embedded
    • 26. Wiki’s
      • Wikis in Simple English (www.commoncraft.com)
      • Collection of web pages that can be modified by anyone
      • Great for collaboration
      • Lets see how you can use wiki’s
        • Data sharing
        • Collaboration
    • 27. into the curriculum embedded
    • 28. Podcasting
      • If you can speak .. You can podcast
      • Lets see how you can use podcasts
        • Interviews
        • Jingles, commercials
        • Alternative learning via iTunesU
    • 29. into the curriculum embedded
    • 30. into the curriculum embedded
    • 31. RSS
      • RSS – Rich Site Summary
      • (Really Simple Syndication)
      • How might you use this?
        • History projects
        • To track students use in blogs or wikis
    • 32. into the curriculum embedded
    • 33. Social Bookmarking
      • A method to store, organize, search, and manage bookmarks of web pages
      • How might you use this:
        • Set up certain websites that your students must use for presentations/research, etc
        • Create a class list or resources (students find and add to)
    • 34. Social Bookmarking
      • All urls from this presentation available at:
      • http://delicious.com/NELMS2009
    • 35. into the curriculum embedded
    • 36. Photosharing
      • Place for students to share photographs or pictures from web
      • How can I use this?
        • Students create portfolios
        • Create virtual museum tours
    • 37. into the curriculum embedded
    • 38. But wait .. There’s still more
      • Vokis
      • Maps
      • Digital Storytelling
      • Newspaper Creation
    • 39. Vokis
      • Avatars you can create that represent self or famous people
      • How can you use?
        • Students role play using historical characters
        • Students create new characters that represent themselves
    • 40. Maps
      • To create a geographical representation of data
      • How to use
        • Plot battles of Civil War
        • Show all fast food restaurants in a 10 mile radius of your school
    • 41. into the curriculum embedded Maps Maps
    • 42. Digital Storytelling
      • Let your story be told in a dynamic multimedia format
      • How you can use this
        • To spruce up presentations, book reports, etc
    • 43. into the curriculum embedded
    • 44. Newspaper Clipping Generator
      • To revisit the past or to visit the future
      • How you can use this
        • History projects
        • English projects
    • 45. into the curriculum embedded The Newspaper Clipping Generator
    • 46. Audio
      • How can I use this?
        • Students add narration to powerpoint slides and post at www.slideshare.net
        • Threaded voice discussion at http://ed.voicethread.com/
    • 47. into the curriculum embedded We are here …
    • 48.
      • It's not about the technology ... it's about the pedagogy these new technologies facilitate.
    • 49. VHS Best Practices Classes
      • http://www.govhs.org/ and click on Professional Development
      • Web-enhanced Classroom prepares face-to-face teachers to incorporate online resources into their classroom instruction.
      • Web 2.0: Collaborative Instruction prepares teachers to use Web 2.0 tools to generate new and exciting learning experiences for students of all abilities and learning styles.
      • Classes start 4/15/09
    • 50.
      • Contact:
      • Neal Sonnenberg [email_address]
      • Visit our website: www.goVHS.org
      To learn more about VHS and Web 2.0