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    • Networked Learning http://www.thenetworkedlearner.com Tools of the Trade: Integrating Web 2.0 Tools Across the Curriculum
    • Presentation Overview • Web 1.0 vs. Web 2.0 • A Vision of Education • Social Media Tools in the Classroom • Lesson Ideas & Project Examples Networked Learning 2009
    • Networked Learning 2009
    • Always Question the Role of Technology • How has technology changed my role as a teacher? • How can I use technology to help my students form thoughtful networks? • What can technology do to help my students express their ideas? • How can I use technology to study an issue and to appreciate other’s viewpoints? • How can technology help my students demonstrate their desire to be responsible citizens? Networked Learning 2009
    • Web 1.0 vs. Web 2.0 Networked Learning 2009
    • A Vision of K-12 Students Today http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_A-ZVCjfWf8 Networked Learning 2009
    • Web 2.0 Tools for Collaboration • Videos • RSS Feeds • Social Networking • Document and Photo Sharing • Blogging and Podcasting • Wikis Networked Learning 2009
    • Networked Learning http://www.thenetworkedlearner.com Video Sharing: Create and express your ideas with film
    • YouTube http://www.youtube.com Networked Learning 2009
    • Dailymotion http://www.dailymotion.com Networked Learning 2009
    • TED http://www.ted.com/ Networked Learning 2009
    • Teacher Tube http://www.teachertube.com/ Networked Learning 2009
    • Lesson Idea: • Publish a schedule of teacher lectures for your class. • Students sign up for a lecture and find supporting video. • Student introduces the video. • Teacher gives lecture. • Students lead a discussion about the video and how it relates to points in the lecture. Networked Learning 2009
    • Networked Learning http://www.thenetworkedlearner.com RSS Feeds: Real Simple Syndication – Live News Streams
    • Google News Feed http://news.google.com/ Networked Learning 2009
    • Netvibes http://www.netvibes.com Networked Learning 2009
    • Example of a Netvibes Page Networked Learning 2009
    • Lesson Idea: • Create a start page for your class in Netvibes. • Students collaborate on collecting and evaluating news feeds related to pre-defined topics. • Students synthesize information and opinions on the issues and post them on a blog. • Points awarded for getting students from other schools or countries to also post their views on current issues. Networked Learning 2009
    • Networked Learning http://www.thenetworkedlearner.com Social Networking: Tools to network with teachers, students and experts
    • MySpace, not in my classroom? http://www.myspace.com Networked Learning 2009
    • Ning http://www.ning.com/ Networked Learning 2009
    • Classroom 2.0 http://www.classroom20.com/ Networked Learning 2009
    • Twitter https://twitter.com/teachers20 Networked Learning 2009
    • Lesson Idea: • Create a social networking site for teachers. • May be focused on the department, school, district, or global level. • Teachers contribute to a blog and/or upload videos, articles and curriculum to share with colleagues. Networked Learning 2009
    • Networked Learning http://www.thenetworkedlearner.com Document Sharing: Collaborative research and writing online
    • Google Docs and Spreadsheets http://docs.google.com Networked Learning 2009
    • Author Stream http://www.authorstream.com/ Networked Learning 2009
    • Chatzy http://www.chatzy.com/ Networked Learning 2009
    • National Archives Digital Vault http://www.digitalvaults.org/ Networked Learning 2009
    • Turn and Talk • Turn to the person next to you and talk about how you could use Digital Vaults in your classroom. • When you see my hand raised, be ready to share. Networked Learning 2009
    • Networked Learning http://www.thenetworkedlearner.com Photo Sharing: Get a picture of the world from collaboration
    • Flickr http://www.flickr.com/ Networked Learning 2009
    • Filckr Example: Brazilian Children’s Day Networked Learning 2009
    • Lesson Idea: • Have students use a photo sharing site to find photos on a particular culture. Photos can be added to MovieMaker to produce a short ethnography about another culture. Some themes are gender inequality, sexual orientation, children at risk, and poverty. • Award points for doing an interview of someone in another country and adding it to their presentation. Networked Learning 2009
    • VoiceThread http://voicethread.com/#home Networked Learning 2009
    • VoiceThread Example: Annotate Family Photos Networked Learning 2009
    • Lesson Idea: Summer Project • Have each students who travel over the summer take photos of their adventure. Have them invite the people they meet on their adventures to come to their VoiceThread account and add comments about their culture, which can be seen in the photos, and their time interacting with your students. Networked Learning 2009
    • Networked Learning http://www.thenetworkedlearner.com Blogging: A web log, or online journal
    • Edublogs http://edublogs.org/ Networked Learning 2009
    • Google Blog Search http://blogsearch.google.com/ Networked Learning 2009
    • GoAPES http://goapes.blogspot.com/ Networked Learning 2009
    • Lesson Idea: • Have each student create a blog. The blog can be used as a lab journal, or essay practice. Once a week have them research and write about a topic that might be on the AP Exam. • Award points for using Google Blog Search to find professionals in a field of study and respond to issues in the professional’s blog. Networked Learning 2009
    • Networked Learning http://www.thenetworkedlearner.com Podcasting: Share audio files on your iPod
    • Podomatic http://www.podomatic.com Networked Learning 2009
    • Taking it Global http://www.takingitglobal.org/ Networked Learning 2009
    • Lesson Idea: • Have your students podcast interviews as part of an oral history project. Networked Learning 2009
    • The Oral History Project http://oralhistory.minds.tv/Veteran/search_Gulf.asp Networked Learning 2009
    • Bloom’s Taxonomy http://www.odu.edu/educ/llschult/blooms_taxonomy.htm New Blooms Old Blooms Networked Learning 2009
    • Creative Commons – Legal Issues http://creativecommons.org/ Networked Learning 2009
    • Networked Learning http://www.thenetworkedlearner.com Wikis: Web pages that anyone in class can edit
    • Wikipedia http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Main_Page Networked Learning 2009
    • Wetpaint Wiki http://www.wetpaint.com Networked Learning 2009
    • Welker’s Wikinomics http://welkerswikinomics.wetpaint.com/page/Course+Information?t=anon Networked Learning 2009
    • Lesson Idea: • Have students create a wiki that includes: text, photos, videos, web resources, book reviews, and more. • Students give peer reviews using the discussion tab. • Teachers monitor student posting from their logins. Networked Learning 2009
    • Our Lost Children’s Project http://ourlostchildren.wikispaces.com/ Networked Learning 2009
    • Pay Attention http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aEFKfXiCbLw Networked Learning 2009
    • Always Question the Role of Technology • How has technology changed my role as a teacher? • How can I use technology to help my students form thoughtful networks? • What can technology do to help my students express their ideas? • How can I use technology to study an issue and to appreciate other’s viewpoints? • How can technology help my students demonstrate their desire to be responsible citizens? Networked Learning 2009
    • Tips for Integrating Technology • Start with one type of technology and teach yourself first. • Develop learning teams within your department/school. • Develop learning networks to learn from others. Networked Learning 2009
    • Networked Learning 2009