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  • 1. Wednesday, August 8, 2012 Randy Huff
  • 2. Netsmartz
  • 3. Safekids
  • 4. Cybersmart
  • 5.  Search Engines for Students
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  • 15. 10 Tech Skills Every Student Should Have1. Internet Search - students need to know how to do a proper internet search, using searchterms and modifiers. This skill is needed for school, work and life in general.2. Office Suite Skills - students need to now how to create, edit, and modify documents,presentations, and spreadsheets. Businesses still use MS Office for the most part, but iWorks,OpenOffice / LibreOffice, and Google Docs are all getting more popular. They all worksimilarly so the learning curve when switching isnt that big.3. Self learning of tech and where to go for help - knowing how to search a help menu onsoftware or hardware, where to go to find user forums for help, and where to find themanual for technology is a huge skill that many do not know about.4. Typing - yes, typing. I can get much more work done since I know how to type, thanpeople who dont. Its a skill that is necessary for any kind of writing.Learn to Type5. Social Media - how to properly use social media for school and work, how to protectyourself on it, the issues of cyberbullying, connecting with others in your profession (PLN).
  • 16. 10 Tech Skills Every Student Should Have6. Netiquette - Internet/Email/Social Media etiquette - proper way to use theinternet, write professional emails, use social media in relation to your job (notcomplaining about the boss).7. Security and Safety - antivirus, spam, phishing, too much personal informationsharing, stalkers, and more are all issues they need to know about.8. Hardware basics and troubleshooting - knowing what different parts of technologyare called, how to make minor fixes, and how to do basic troubleshooting forWiFi, networks, OS wont load, etc.9. Backup data - with all of the data that students create for school and work, it isimportant to back it up and have access to it at any time.10. Finding apps and software - how to find, evaluate, and use apps for school andbusiness. Also, how to find quality, free alternatives to paid software, apps andservices.
  • 17.  - Delicious helps you find cool stuff and collect it for easy sharing. Diigo - StumbleUpon
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  • 20.  Resources for Teachers ◦ ◦ ◦ ◦ www. ◦ ◦
  • 21.  Edmodo Edublog Easybib ClassDojo Dropbox Evernote Animoto Slideshare Voki Pearltree Brainflips
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  • 23. To ensure safe and secure usage of Edmodo in your classroom, be sure to follow these four best practices when managing your Edmodo groups: 1. Do not post group codes publicly 2. Lock group codes after all students have joined 3. Set up notifications to monitor activity 4. Use Read-Only status where neededShare: Sync your Google Docs to your Edmodo library and easily share themwith your groups or other Edmodo connections. You can also add your GoogleDocs to shared folders.Collaborate: Group members can open shared Google docs from the Edmodostream and all edits will automatically save. Host a backchannel through theEdmodo group for added collaboration.Go Paperless: Create a paperless classroom by using Google Docs forassignments and submitting them through Edmodo.
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  • 29. Students go to your address it will ask for the password you have givenout for them to upload.
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  • 35.  Email Calendar Docs Sites resources/home
  • 36. Gmail Basics HandoutConversationsSendingReplyingAttachmentsPrinting
  • 37. Google Calendar HandoutSchedulingInvitationsAttachmentsPrinting
  • 38. Google Docs HandoutGoogle DriveAccessCreateEditPrint
  • 39. Google Sites HandoutCreatingEditingSharing
  • 40.  Here are some sites that have listings of web addresses and/or handouts that might be helpful or interesting to you: ◦ ◦ Tips and How to’s ◦