Types of Wikis Public anyone can see, anyone can edit (think wikipedia) usually free, may include ads Protected Anyone can see,only members with a password can edit. Sometimes a cost Private only members with a password can see or edit Usually costs
Using a Wiki
How to edit a new wiki… (choose an easy wiki name) www.ssfirst.wikispaces.com www.mzbmiller.wikispaces.com www.wiki3rd.wikispaces.com Click EDIT Type in your new Text Click SAVE
Projects by Jen http://www.jenuinetech.com/index.htm
Animoto takes your pictures and images, lets you add your soundtrack or music from their collection and turns them into wonderful videos. It is free for educators and students and very easy to use.
These videos was created using Animoto.
Create Posters on the computer
– Design Web Pages
- Creative Projects, or Reports
1 st Grade Wiki -- Clarion, Pennsylvania http://b-7bobcats.wikispaces.com/StoryHen Many great examples of Glogster and other Web Tools.
Wordle is a toy for generating “word clouds” from text that you provide. The clouds give greater prominence to words that appear more frequently in the source text. You can tweak your clouds with different fonts, layouts, and color schemes. Wordle www.wordle.net 2 nd Graders Lenten Promises Guess the Wordle from Projects by Jen
www.schooltube.com Upload and share Classroom Created Videos Mathcast Wacky Weather Luke 2 Video
Skype Call with Virginia Part of the Progressive Story Collaborative Project http://writeyourstory.wikispaces.com/