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Wiki presentation
Wiki presentation
Wiki presentation
Wiki presentation
Wiki presentation
Wiki presentation
Wiki presentation
Wiki presentation
Wiki presentation
Wiki presentation
Wiki presentation
Wiki presentation
Wiki presentation
Wiki presentation
Wiki presentation
Wiki presentation
Wiki presentation
Wiki presentation
Wiki presentation
Wiki presentation
Wiki presentation
Wiki presentation
Wiki presentation
Wiki presentation
Wiki presentation
Wiki presentation
Wiki presentation
Wiki presentation
Wiki presentation
Wiki presentation
Wiki presentation
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This presentation is the introduction to Web 2.0 tools with special attention given to Wikis

This presentation is the introduction to Web 2.0 tools with special attention given to Wikis

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  • 1. Using Web 2.0 Tools to create, communicate, and collaborate<br />Presented by<br />Patricia Abrego, Ph.D.<br />to MSTTPA participants<br />
  • 2.
  • 3. Framework for 21st Century Learning<br />http:///www.p21.org/index<br />
  • 4. Life and Career Skills<br />Thinking skills and content knowledge<br />Flexibility and Adaptability<br />Adapt to change, be flexible<br />Initiative & Self-Direction<br />Manage goals & time, be self-directed<br />Social & Cross-Cultural Skills<br />Interact with others, work effectively in diverse teams<br />Leadership & Responsibility<br />Guide and lead others<br />
  • 5. Learning & Innovation Skills<br />
  • 6. Information, Media & Technology<br />
  • 7. Web 2.0 Tools: Definition<br />Applications you can run in any browser (usually for free)<br />Main characteristics are openness, collaboration, and sharing<br />Any time/Anywhere access<br />Examples<br />Wikis, blogs, social networks, collaboration tools, communication tools, file sharing, etc.<br />http://web20guru.wikispaces.com/Web+2.0+Resources<br />
  • 8. Wikis<br />A group of web pages that are easy to create <br />Editable but edits can be traced<br />Private (by invitation) or Public (open to everyone)<br />Updates are immediately published online <br />www.smartteaching.org/blog/2008/08/50-ways-to-use-wikis-for-a-more-collaborative-and-interactive-classroom/<br />
  • 9. http://www.commoncraft.com/video-wikis-plain-english<br />
  • 10. Wikis….….as resource creation….<br />Slide created using Glogster.com<br />
  • 11. View some samples<br /><ul><li>http://andtothink.wikispaces.com
  • 12. http://crozetdigikids.wikispaces.com
  • 13. http://pilgreenenglish.wikispaces.com
  • 14. http://mrbruceshistory.wikispaces.com</li></li></ul><li>Creating Your Own Wiki<br />Companies that offer ad-free wikis to educators<br />http://www.wikispaces.com/site/for/teachers<br />http://wikisineduation.wetpaint.com<br />http://pbwiki.com/academic.wiki<br />
  • 15. Offers free upgrade for educators K-12 or higher ed<br />Wiki spaces are free of ads<br />Extra secure for students-No identifiable information<br />
  • 16. Word of Caution: ACCESS<br />Students as editors: <br />-Giving students editorial control will instill in them a sense of responsibility and ownership and minimize risk of someone adding something offensive.<br />…It only takes one student to derail our good intentions…<br />Recommendations: <br />-Spend time going over rules and expectations and emphasize consequences (wiki page with list of expectations/rules)<br />
  • 17. Word of Caution-Pedagogical Concerns<br />Role of the Teacher<br />-Realize wiki participation as a democratic of knowledge creation.<br />Research has shown that the more autonomy teachers give students in terms of negotiation the scope and quality of content they are creating, the better (Richardson, 2006)<br />Students also reported increased reflection “It’s weird. I think about my book all the time now. Before, I only thought about my book when I read” . This came from a 5th grade at-risk student. (Koopman, 2010)<br />Teachers who impose a lot of right and wrong on that process undermine the effectiveness of the tool.<br />Koopman, B. (2010) From Socrates to Wikis. Kappan Magazine. V92 N4, p. 24-27<br />
  • 18. Let’s Create Our First Wiki<br />
  • 19. Educational Wiki<br />Sample<br />Wiki Home<br />Second Block<br />Page<br />Third Block<br />Page<br />First Block<br />Page<br />Homework<br />Readings<br />Homework<br />Readings<br />Homework<br />Readings<br />There is no limit the number of wikis you can create on your site, no limit to the number of pages, edits and saved revisions.<br />
  • 20. Educational Wiki<br />Sample<br />
  • 21. Permissions<br />Public:Anyone can View or Edit your space<br />Protected: Anyone can View your space but only members can Edit<br />Private: Only members can View or Edit your space<br />
  • 22. Step By Step Guide <br /><ul><li>Create your own wiki
  • 23. Edit and Save
  • 24. Add links
  • 25. Add images and files
  • 26. Add media
  • 27. Activity</li></li></ul><li>Create your wiki account<br />Go to www.wikispaces.com<br />
  • 28. After your account has been created, click on “Create a New Wiki”<br />
  • 29.
  • 30. Editing your wiki<br />Manage wiki<br />
  • 31. Change the look and feel of your wiki<br />
  • 32. The editing space<br />This is just like typing into a word document. Whatever you write you can go back and edit at a later time.<br />Complete the following tasks:<br />1. Write a welcome to your page (use heading 1 for the first line)<br />2. Provide some basic information on who you are, and where you work.<br />3. Explain what you hope to learn and achieve as a result of your participation.<br />4. Select Save to save the changes you have made to your page.<br />
  • 33. Adding links <br />Place cursor inside editing space.<br />Type a word or sentence<br />Highlight text that will become link<br />Click insert link icon<br />Click on external link address and type URL<br />You could also add a link to a picture<br />
  • 34. Add Images & Files<br /><ul><li>Place cursor inside document space.
  • 35. Click on insert images and files tool in the tool bar
  • 36. Upload files.
  • 37. Select files.
  • 38. Double click on the file you want display in your wiki.
  • 39. Save.</li></li></ul><li>Add widgets<br />“What’s a widget”<br />A widget is any piece of media or dynamic content that you can embed in a wiki page.<br /><ul><li>Example: Video, table of contents, flash games, etc.</li></li></ul><li>Step by Step Process (widget)<br />Place cursor in editing space<br />Select widget icon<br />Go to You Tube and select video<br />Copy embed code and paste it on space provided<br />
  • 40. Hands-on Activity<br />Introduction page will contain general information about the park, a calendar, and a map (a promotional video, if available). This is your opportunity to tell the audience how much fun you had during your trip. Also, don’t forget to add the official park website.<br />Page 1: Pictures – Insert a table and add pictures of Flora/Fauna or scenery (you may add collage from Vuvox.com). Add table of contents.<br />Page 2: Links - Activities at the Park. List some of the activities visitors can do at the park. Don’t forget to add table of contents.<br />Link pages 1 & 2 to your introduction page.<br />
  • 41. Useful Links<br />Useful links:<br /><ul><li>http://wiki.wetpaint.com/page/Widget+Resourceshttp://21centuryedtech.wikispaces.com/
  • 42. http://www.p21.org/route21/</li>

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