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Web 2.0 - Leading Edge Presentation for the Kings Heath Leading Edge New technologies INSET Thursday 19th March 2009

Web 2.0 - Leading Edge Presentation for the Kings Heath Leading Edge New technologies INSET Thursday 19th March 2009

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    • KING’S HEATH LEADING EDGE PARTNERSHIP INSET Thursday 19 th March 2009 Pete Lee INNOVATION, CREATIVITY AND NEW TECHNOLOGY TO ENGAGE
    • Web 2.0 tools Using new technologies outside of the classroom to enhance learning.
    • Web 2.0 tools
      • Wikis
      • Message Boards
      • Your own web pages on :-
      Learning outcome: discuss/use/develop
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    • What is web 2.0?
    • Web 1.0 – old version:- content on the web, viewing possibly downloading
    • Web 2.0 – new bandwidth. Users upload their own content....share...edit...add....
    • This session:- 1415-1500 Demo of the 4 x websites 1500-1505 Break 1505-1600 ‘Hands-on’ use of the IT
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    • Create your own web page
    • http:// gcsehistory . wetpaint.com /
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      • Pupils taking ownership for their learning
      • Moderators
      • Create their own content
      • A ‘hook’ into their world
      • Staff planning
      Positives +
      • You have to moderate it
      • Year 11 wiki example
      • Some of the content they upload is just purely ‘copy & pasted’ from the www
      • Can’t use it ALL the time
      Negatives -
    • http://innov8.proboards.com
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      • A real sense of class community – own message board example!
      • ‘ Hook’ into their world
      • An alternative to written H/W
      Positives +
      • You have to moderate it
      • Other pupils come on board – Year 11 example
      • Has to be for an intense time period
      • Bottom set example
      Negatives -
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    • http:// www.slideshare.net/qbhistory
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      • Share your content on-line with pupils
      • Discuss with colleagues around the world
      • Search for content for other topics
    • Negatives -
      • Can’t embed video
      • Open to comments from pupils
      • Public/Private : Assessments 
    • http:// www.youtube.com / user/ teachinghistory
    • http:// www.youtube.com / user/ teachinghistory
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    • Positives +
      • Upload videos used in lesson
      • Showcase your own work
      • Set H/W: view a video, post a comment
      • Collaborate with fellow professionals
    • Negatives -
      • Open to pupil comments
      • Videos can get taken off for copyright reasons
      • Can’t embed ppt
      • ACCESS issues in school
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    • Username: supply2 Password: 2ylppus
    • Web 2.0 tools Using new technologies outside of the classroom to enhance learning.
    • Web 2.0 tools
      • Wikis
      • Message Boards
      • Your own web pages on :-
      Learning outcome: discuss/use/develop