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Connect and Collaborate C

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This presentation leads a Project Connect Matrix Session focusing on using educational online spaces.

This presentation leads a Project Connect Matrix Session focusing on using educational online spaces.

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  • 1. Connect and Collaborate Session C 2012-13 fog birds telephone wire 2 by zenThursday, January 10, 13
  • 2. Our Team http://twitter.com/Proj3ctConn3ct http://sjsdblogs.com/instructionaltechnology/Thursday, January 10, 13
  • 3. Thursday, January 10, 13
  • 4. SJSD Learner ProfileThursday, January 10, 13
  • 5. Thursday, January 10, 13
  • 6. “Collaboration, it turns out, is not a gift from the gods but a skill that requires effort and practice.” ― Douglas B. Reeves, Transforming Professional Development Into Student ResultsThursday, January 10, 13
  • 7. on flickrThursday, January 10, 13
  • 8. Session C: Online Collaborative Spaces Learn the Basics of Selecting and Managing Online Collaborative Spaces that can be used with the iPad.Thursday, January 10, 13
  • 9. Thursday, January 10, 13
  • 10. Thursday, January 10, 13
  • 11. Collaborative spaces can change, so we will be flexible as well. Float by aussiegallThursday, January 10, 13
  • 12. 1 by Leo ReynoldsThursday, January 10, 13
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  • 14. Thursday, January 10, 13
  • 15. Why? not quite clear on the subject by woodlywonderworksThursday, January 10, 13
  • 16. Got some down time? • Add your profile picture! • Where can files be stored for others to see? • What info is found in the sidebars? Can it be changed? • Can you edit comments and posts after they are created? • Edublogs: Go into Dashboard and start clicking icons. • Edmodo: Check out Settings, Connect to Google Docs, Create a Grumpy Mary by country_boy_shane group, Attach an Assignment *Remember, both Edmodo and Edublogs can also be accessed through Safari.Thursday, January 10, 13
  • 17. Respond, Then Explore two by mag3737Thursday, January 10, 13
  • 18. Reading Comments by Kathy CassidyThursday, January 10, 13
  • 19. Commenting Scoring GuideThursday, January 10, 13
  • 20. Salty or Sweet?Thursday, January 10, 13
  • 21. Craving Sugar? Fructose May Trigger Overeating NBC Nightly NewsThursday, January 10, 13
  • 22. Fructose: Friend or Foe? What role do you think fructose should play in the average American’s diet? Support your position with evidence from the text. You will download the article and graphic organizer into Notability to annotate and take notes to support your position.Thursday, January 10, 13
  • 23. Fructose: Friend or Foe? What role do you think fructose should play in the average American’s diet? Support your position with evidence from the text. Edmodo: Create a Note to support Edublogs: Create a Blogpost to your position . support your position. A scoring guide is given in the Resources.Thursday, January 10, 13
  • 24. “A fantastic model of collaboration: thinking partners who aren’t echo chambers.” - Margaret HeffermanThursday, January 10, 13
  • 25. CommentThursday, January 10, 13
  • 26. Return to Whole GroupThursday, January 10, 13
  • 27. Next Steps? Still life with a pigeon by PensieroThursday, January 10, 13
  • 28. “Analysis of Educational Networks” a protocol for study 1. introduction of sites & essential questions (brief ~ 5 min?) 2. clarifying questions from small groups (5 min) 3. exploration period by individuals (10 min) 4. exploration period by small groups (10 min) 5. small groups report, facilitator takes notes (15 min) 6. final comments by facilitator (5 min)Thursday, January 10, 13
  • 29. Guiding Questions: Affordances and Constraints 1. How could each online space be used in a classroom setting? 2. How does the teacher play a role in each online space? Am I playing the role of one who instructs, encourages, inspires, etc.? 3. To what degree does each online space support learning in private vs learning in public? 4. To what degree are you able to have a Personal Branding of the Online Space--make it your own? 5. How can you “make it look like the lights are on when people sign up”? And, why is that even important? 6. “Aha!” ...No?Thursday, January 10, 13
  • 30. Final Thoughts • Set up Norms • A Version of a Parent Communication Letter • Have Model Conversations in place • Don’t be an absentee landlord! • Tagging, the what and the why.Thursday, January 10, 13
  • 31. Thank
  • 32.   You! Student iPad Apps ListThursday, January 10, 13
  • 33. Project Connect Survey https://bit.ly/itsteampdThursday, January 10, 13
  • 34. Outta here...Thursday, January 10, 13