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  • Definition of Web 2.0 Resource Tool - Available online resources that provide users with many types of creating and sharing opportunities beyond simple first generation application. (Smaldino 2012)
  • Cyberlearning is using the Web 2.0 for learning network communications and computing technology. (Smaldino 2012)
  • http://www.classdojo.com
  • https://testmoz.com/
  • http://www.slideshare.net
  • Exploring Web 2.0

    1. 1. Exploring Web 2.0Kerry van Doorn06/07/13EDU 280
    2. 2. Web 2.0Definition of Web 2.0 Resource Tool• Second Generation• Online Resources• Creating Information• Sharing Ideas• Collaborating with OthersSource: (Smaldino, p.126, 2012)
    3. 3. CyberlearningDefinition of Cyberlearning• Using Web 2.0 Technology• Combining Technology and Education• Anytime and Anywhere LearningImportance of Cyberlearning• Helps Different Learning Styles• Engage Students in Interactive Lessons• Reinforces Lessons• Each Student Learns or Works at Their Own PaceSource: (Smaldino, p.126, 2012)
    4. 4. Classdojo• A tool to improve your classroom behavior fast and easily• Documents your students positive and negative behaviors with oneclick• Instant feedback for students• Weekly reports for parentsPlan of Use• Pilot with current class during remainder of school year Students select their own avatar Add custom positive and negative behaviors Immediate behavior feedback available with just one click Set expectations with the students Share with students at the end of day Evaluate challenges and adopt meaningful capabilities• Make a part of class for next year Plan parent involvement, expectations, and communications Track classroom behavior hourly, daily, and weekly Share behavior reports with parentsSource: http://www.classdojo.com
    5. 5. Testmoz• A free online test generator• Easy to use• Password protected tests• Four question types• Detailed reports• Online test which saves paperPlan of Use• Click on "Create a test“ and enter the test name• Create a password• After publishing, copy and paste the URL of the test for student access• View reports when students are done with the test• Quiz students on what they learned• Students may take the quiz multiple times• Can be an effective review before the test• Open book test to take at homeSource: https://testmoz.com/
    6. 6. slideshare• Online hosting for presentations,documents, and videos• Documents can be rated, commented, andsharedPlan of Use• Upload class notes, study guides, andweekly calendar• Share my PowerPoints with other teachers• Have my lessons available for my studentsSource: http://www.slideshare.net
    7. 7. Challenges• Finding tools that are easy to implement in theclassroom• Creating a safe virtual classroom for studentsand parents• Assessing the effectiveness of the technologyand correlating outcomesSource: (An, page 46, 2010)
    8. 8. Works Cited• Rosen, Dina, and Charles Nelson. "Web 2.0: A NewGeneration of Learners and Education." Computersin the Schools 25.3 (2008): 211-25.• An, Yun-Jo, and Kevin Williams. “Teaching with Web 2.0Technologies: Benefits, Barriers and LessonsLearned.” International Journal of InstructionalTechnology and Distance Learning (2010): 41-48.• Smaldino, Sharon E., Deborah L. Lowther, and James D.Russell. "Chapter 6." Instructional Technology andMedia for Learning. 10th ed. Upper Saddle River, NJPearson Merrill Prentice Hall, 2012. 126. Print.