Embeddable Technology Activities/Projects for All Classrooms<br />TerynBivens<br />NCTIES (Virtual) Conference (in Second ...
Agenda:<br />Definition of “embeddable”?<br />Where can I embed?<br />How do I embed?<br />What (Free) web 2.0 tools are a...
What does “embeddable” mean?<br />“Embeddable” signifies that content can be inserted into a variety of existing online fo...
Where can I embed?<br />Websites<br />Blogs <br />Wikis<br />Nings<br />Blackboard<br />Moodle<br />Social networking site...
How do I embed?<br />Find the embed code (usually HTML)<br />Highlight and select all of the code (Ctrl+A)<br />Copy (Ctrl...
What (Free) web 2.0 tools are available? Some of my favorites…<br />Animoto<br />Blabberize<br />Glogs<br />GoAnimate<br /...
What are they? How can I use them in MY class?<br />Animoto – you/your students can create beautifully orchestrated, uniqu...
What are they? How can I use them?<br />Google Docs – create online assignments, quizzes, tests , spreadsheets,  and prese...
What are they? How can I use them?<br />Scribblar -  create your own virtual classroom with multi-user whiteboard, live au...
What are they? How can I use them?<br />uMapper -  create, manage, and distribute interactive maps and geogames (sample)<b...
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  1. 1. Embeddable Technology Activities/Projects for All Classrooms<br />TerynBivens<br />NCTIES (Virtual) Conference (in Second Life)<br />Spring 2010<br />
  2. 2. Agenda:<br />Definition of “embeddable”?<br />Where can I embed?<br />How do I embed?<br />What (Free) web 2.0 tools are available?<br />What are the real-world applications of such web 2.0 tools?<br />
  3. 3. What does “embeddable” mean?<br />“Embeddable” signifies that content can be inserted into a variety of existing online formats such as websites, blogs, wikis.<br />
  4. 4. Where can I embed?<br />Websites<br />Blogs <br />Wikis<br />Nings<br />Blackboard<br />Moodle<br />Social networking sites<br />Etc…<br />
  5. 5. How do I embed?<br />Find the embed code (usually HTML)<br />Highlight and select all of the code (Ctrl+A)<br />Copy (Ctrl+C)<br />Paste into the appropriate window (Ctrl+V)<br />
  6. 6. What (Free) web 2.0 tools are available? Some of my favorites…<br />Animoto<br />Blabberize<br />Glogs<br />GoAnimate<br />Google Calendar<br />Google Docs<br />Google Maps<br />Picasa<br />Project Playlist<br />Scribd<br />Screentoaster<br />Scribblar<br />Shared Copy<br />Slideshare<br />Sumopaint<br />Teacher Tube<br />Toondoo<br />uMapper<br />Voicethread<br />Voki<br />Wordle<br />Widgets!<br />
  7. 7. What are they? How can I use them in MY class?<br />Animoto – you/your students can create beautifully orchestrated, unique video pieces from photos, video clips, and music (sample)<br />Blabberize - create audiovisual masterpieces with talking photos using your /your students’ voice/s (sample)<br />Glogs - you /your students can create a virtual poster full of text, images, music, and video (sample)<br />GoAnimate – you/your students can create computer animated cartoons (sample)<br />Google Calendar – keep yourself /your students organized by detailing homework, events, extra credit, etc. that’s color coded (sample)<br />
  8. 8. What are they? How can I use them?<br />Google Docs – create online assignments, quizzes, tests , spreadsheets, and presentations that house in one location! (sample)<br />Google Maps – create a variety of maps, virtual tours/field trips with notes and photos (sample)<br />Picasa – embed photoslideshows (sample)<br />Project Playlist - find and create a music playlist relevant to your subject/content (sample)<br />Scribd - upload PDF, Word, PowerPoint, and Excel files (sample)<br />Screentoaster – capture your onscreen action and add voice or music to create screencasts, tutorials, demos, tranining, lectures, and more (sample)<br />
  9. 9. What are they? How can I use them?<br />Scribblar - create your own virtual classroom with multi-user whiteboard, live audio, image collaborations, text-chat, and more (sample)<br />Shared Copy – create website annotations with enabled collaboration (sample)<br />Slideshare – upload and share PowerPoint , Word, and PDF files with live audio (sample)<br />Sumopaint - draw, paint, scribble, write, and create masterpieces that can be saved as image files (sample)<br />Teacher Tube - upload videos and share with this unblocked youtube replacement (sample)<br />Toondoo – create a comic strip/book online (sample)<br />
  10. 10. What are they? How can I use them?<br />uMapper - create, manage, and distribute interactive maps and geogames (sample)<br />Voicethread - create a collaborative, multimedia slideshow that holds images, documents, and videos and allows people to navigate pages and leave comments by mic, telephone, text, audio file, or video (sample)<br />Voki – create fully customizable , speaking avatars (sample)<br />Wordle – create unique and creative word clouds based on text that you provide (sample)<br />Widgets! – the sky is the limit here! Think of things relevant to your practice and just search/browse! (I use chat, twitter, skype, facebook, and word of the day just to name a few) (sample)<br />

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