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Collaboration 2.0

Collaboration 2.0



A presentation introducing our administrators to some of the tools we are using in our Teach 21 program.

A presentation introducing our administrators to some of the tools we are using in our Teach 21 program.



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  • Now I know out of this group, there are probably several categories of potential tweeters. The first,( twitter drop out) has set up a twitter account, maybe tweeted once or twice, wondered what the big deal was and moved on…The second does not have a twitter account(twirgins) and is here to see what the buzz about it is. One group may be lurkers. The last group, probably has a twitter account and will most likely be tweeting from their phones while this presentation is going on!! Sooo I am going to start at the beginning and hopefully answer questions you might have and hopefully get you excited about this communication tool. Basically Twitter is a social network where you post short bursts of thoughts and information.
  • So What is twitter? Twitter is a combination of a text message, mini blog, and instant message. It is a short (only 140 character) message that is sent to “followers” people who “subscribed to what you have to say” or received if you choose to follow that person. Twitter became a household word and literally exploded 43% with the addition of a single user.

Collaboration 2.0 Collaboration 2.0 Presentation Transcript

  • Collaboration 2.0
  • It is Changing Our World…
  • WHAT IS Collaboration 2.0?
    • Web 1.0 was about…
    • Reading
    • Individual users
    • Owning
    • Consuming
    • Home Pages
    • You finding news
    • Web 2.0 is about…
    • Writing
    • Communities
    • Sharing
    • Producing
    • Blogs
    • Subscribing
    • Collaboration
  • Why is it important?
    • It is all about participation, personalization, creation, collaboration, and revolution
    • We have gone from being a consumer to being a creator
    • Our information has gone from push to pull
    • Because we teach students that are 2.0
  • How Do I Learn More?
  • anytime, anywhere learning
  • personal learning networks
    • podcasts
    • rss feeds
    • rssfeed aggregators (iGoogle)
    • twitter
    • social bookmarking
    • wikis
    • blogs
    • flickr
    • ning
    • video/web streaming
    • social networks
  • What is Twitter? Founded in 2006
  • Twitter
  • Out of this World Tweets
  • Arresting Tweets On April 10th, 2008, James Karl Buck and his translator were arrested by the Egyptian police while covering an anti-government protest. James, a grad student from Berkeley, was able to tweet one word while being taken away by Egyptian authorities:  Arrested. This one update sparked his friends and followers into action, eventually leading to his university hiring a lawyer on his behalf and his release a day later.
  • LIVE Tweets
  • Action Tweets
  • # atlflood
  • Japan Earthquake
  • Google Person Finder
  • Education Tweets
  • itunes podcast
  • Google Reader
  • You Tube
  • “ To me, the blog concept is about three things: frequency, brevity, and personality.” Evan Williams (creator of Blogger) Blogs
  • Classroom Blogs
    • Bliggedy Blog
    • First Grade Blog
    • Emily’s Blog
    • Haley's Blog
  • Teacher Blogs
    • Cool Stuff for Nerdy Teachers
    • Teacher Reboot Camp
    • EDTE.CH
    • The Scholastic Scribe
    • The PE Geek
  • Admin Blogs
    • A Principals Reflections
    • Burlington High School Principal Blog
    • Teach It, Tech It Learn It, Lead It
    • The Principals Posts
    • The Principal of Change
    • Educational Leadership
  • Taking It to the Top Blog
  • Setting Up Your First Blog
    • Go to http://wordpress.com/
    • Click on the “sign up now” button get started.
  • 1. Create an Account
    • Choose a user name.
      • You’ll use this name to sign in when you return.
    • Enter a password.
    • Write down the username and password on your web 2.0 password summary sheet
  • 2. Name Your Blog
    • Key in your blog’s title.
    • Key in your blog’s URL.
      • something .wordpress.com
    • Click sign up