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Ten Tools for the 4Cs

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A really simply presentation on 10 Tools that is grounded up front in our teaching and learning profile roadmap, which is used to individualize professional development for teachers.

A really simply presentation on 10 Tools that is grounded up front in our teaching and learning profile roadmap, which is used to individualize professional development for teachers.

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  • - Consider how these could improve instruction Consider how these could empower student learning via choice Consider how these could enhance your learningTrash the rest!!
  • As you go through, utilize the GBN teaching and learning profile roadmap as you consider each tool.
  • Google Docs,Etherpad
  • Option: Screenr,Sketchcasting, Jing, ScreenToaster, and ScreenJelly
  • VoiceThread, Xtimeline, Xtranormal, Prezi, Slideshare, JogtheWeb
  • Google Wave, Chatzy, and UStream
  • As we review each tool, consider the following for each that you place within your profile. These will serve as discussion points leading to actions and plans.

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  • 10 Tools for the 4Cs: Collaboration, Communication, Community, and Critical/Creative Thinking
  • NUMBER ONE: EtherPad Copycats
  • NUMBER TWO: Twitter
  • NUMBER THREE: Screencasting Tools
  • NUMBER FOUR: Evernote
  • NUMBER FIVE: DimDim
  • NUMBER FIVE+: Twiddla
  • NUMBER SIX: Glogster
  • NUMBER SEVEN: Wallwisher
  • NUMBER EIGHT: Storytelling & Preso Tools
  • NUMBER NINE: Mindmeister
  • NUMBER TEN: Mobile Learning Apps
  • BONUS Tool: Diigo
  • BONUS Tool: Many Eyes
  • BONUS Tool: Delivr QR Codes
  • BONUS Tool: Backchannels
  • CONSIDER
    Potential curriculum entry points
    Potential assessment strategies
    Potential instructional strategies
    Student engagement, empowerment, and choice
    Known pitfalls to avoid