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  • 1. Publishing Student Work Online Using Web 2.0 ToolsFlorida Educational Stephen C. VelizTechnology Conference Swift Creek Middle School2013 Tallahassee, FL
  • 2. Absolutely NoSharing Allowed! Click
  • 3. Establish a BackChannelPut absent studentsback in your class
  • 4. The BasicsWhat do we mean by Web 2.0?
  • 5. Web 1.0 Web 2.0
  • 6. Classroom 1.0 Classroom 2.0Content Consumers Content Producers
  • 7. Its not about the Technology. Its about the Content!
  • 8. The BasicsWhy should we use Web 2.0 tools with our students?
  • 9. No generation in history has ever been so thoroughly prepared for the industrial age. David Warlickhttp://davidwarlick.com/2cents/?p=298 dangerouslyirrelevant.or
  • 10. In 2013, is it possible to be agood teacher and not integratethese tools into your teaching?
  • 11. Getting Started We cant meet students there,unless we get there ourselves.
  • 12. Create Share StoreCollaborate
  • 13. What’s my sentence? – Dan Pink
  • 14. Screenshots and Screencasting with just a few clicks
  • 15. Social Bookmarking in Plain English
  • 16. The Power of the PLN
  • 17. What is a PLN? Personal Learning NetworkProfessional Learning NetworkPassionate Learning Network
  • 18. The Power of the PLNMy PLN helps me be a better educator and prepare mystudents daily. They feed me experience, knowledge, andsupport 24 hours a day / 7 days a week. Shelly Sanchez Terrell @ShellTerrell
  • 19. Connect
  • 20. What’s it all about?
  • 21. •Follow and Be Followed• The power of #hashtags• Give and Take• Watch it Grow• Reap the Benefits
  • 22. Your weekly meeting with the World• #edchat• edchat.pbworks.com• Tuesdays at 12 and 7 est• Subject-Area Chats – #sschat Mondays 7pm – Cybrary Man
  • 23. Managing a Twitter Stream
  • 24. Read and Write
  • 25. ● A good place to start . . .● Richard Byrne ● Wesley Fryer freetech4teachers.com speedofcreativity.org● Shelly Terrell ● Learning with ‘e’s teacherbootcamp.edublogs.org steve-wheeler.blogspot.com● Steven Anderson ● Vicki Davis blog.web20classroom.org coolcatteacher.blogspot.com
  • 26. Annual “Unofficial”FETC Tweet & Greet Tonight 7:00pm - ? TGI Friday’s 8955 International Drive
  • 27. Complete Session Evaluations at www.edmodo.com/fetcevals or on the FETC Mobile AppEdmodo Group Code WTA068
  • 28. Need additional help? Just contact me: stephenveliz@gmail.com Presentation Resources http://tinyurl.com/velizpresentBlogging @ www.StephenVeliz.net Twitter - @stephenveliz