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  • 1. Zoraini Wati Abas
  • 2. Learning Outcomes• Describe what Web 2.0 is• Identify several Web 2.0 tools for teaching and learning• Select the Web 2.0 tools that can be used to enhance teaching and learning Web 2.0 2
  • 3. What is Web 2.0Web 2.0 is here (2:15) Web 2.0 3
  • 4. Introducing Web 2.0What is Web 2.02? (3:00) Web 2.0 4
  • 5. • Think of one Web 2.0 tool/platform/application thatActivity 1Explaining Web 2.0 you have used. Web 2.0 5
  • 6. Poll Web 2.0 tool/platform/applicationWeb 2.0 used Reason Web 2.0 6
  • 7. • Go to as many resources asWeb 2.0 Tools for theteacher you like (see the next set ofExplore, Experiment and Use slides) • Explore, experiment and try to think of how it would work for you and your students Web 2.0 7
  • 8. Original slides filename: studentendoflinewhatilearned- Original set of slides by Cheryl Corrigan November 2009 Northwood Elementary091116085549-phpapp02.ppt Media Specialistfrom slideshare (repurposed) WEB 2.0 TOOLS FOR THE TEACHER TO BE USED AS A RESOURCE FOR DESIGNING AND DEVELOPING THE LEARNING ENVIRONMENT Web 2.0 8
  • 9. Web 2.0 9
  • 10. “Any activity becomes CREATIVE when the doer CARESabout doing it right,or doing it better.” John Updike Web 2.0 10
  • 11. Sharing online gives students more of a need to “get it right” Web 2.0 11
  • 12. Web 2.0 Class Assignment November 9, 2009 This slideshow represents an attempt to organize and annotate the21 items I viewed online from Tony Vincent’s “21 Ways to Reach 21stCentury Students,” his presentation at the GETC November 6, 2009. Web 2.0 12
  • 13. IMAGES!• Create online jigsaw, reading poster, magazine cover, cartoon. Add frames and text. Resize pictures (resizeimages.org) for web page use.• Speechable.com – add speech bubbles to pics• READ poster – ala.org• Chocolate bar www.glassgiant.com/chocolate_bar/• www.Redkid.net – put image on a hot dog, bowl of soup, etc.• More on next slide … Web 2.0 13
  • 14. More IMAGES!• Dynamic Einstein picture – place text on b&w chalkboard• Wanted poster – glassgiant.com• Newspaper clipping – fodey.com• Badge maker – bighugelabs.com• Befunky.com – fun photo effects• Jigsaw puzzle – jigsawplanet.comFree image sources:• Wikimedia commons• Openphoto• Freefoto• Image*after• pics4Learning• Flickr Creative Commons search Web 2.0 14
  • 15. VIDEOS!YouTube videos:• They are in flash (.flv) – you need to convert to a different file type and then you can put them on an iPod, Powerpoint, or MovieMaker.• Use Zamzar.com to convert to mpeg-4 Paste YouTube url into Zamzar. Select format. They will email you the link to download.• Use RealPlayer to download, but it doesn’t convert• Use KickYouTube.com (and others like it) Find video. Click “Watch in HD.” Type “kick” in front of url.Skype – need webcam hookup Web 2.0 15
  • 16. HIP SLIDESHOWS!Animoto• Free 30-second shows – about 12 images• Upload photos; insert music; show is created for you Web 2.0 16
  • 17. PECHA KUCHA!• Japanese - means “chit chat”• 20 slides for 20 seconds each• Fun and fast-paced presentation• Encourages brevity and time for Q&A Web 2.0 17
  • 18. ZOOMING PRESENTATIONS!• Prezi.com – a free online zooming editor that zooms in and out on details of a slide or video• Prezi.com/mohshuoe-qcf – Prezi presentation on Google search tricks• http://prezi.com/prezi/27/try/ - learn Prezi in 4 minutes Web 2.0 18
  • 19. CO-CREATING RUBRICS!Students help design assessment rubrics online before a project begins• RubiStar• Recipes4success• Teachnology.com• Kathy Shrock’s Guide for Educators Web 2.0 19
  • 20. ASSESSMENTS!6 sites for creating your own online quizzes. Someonline tests are graded for you and the results sentvia email.ProProfs - Create a scored quiz or personality test.MyStudiyo - Make quizzes to put on your website or blog. Reallysimple multiple-choice assessments for lessons!Yacapaca - Online quiz making service for teachers andstudents.Mobile Study - Create quizzes for mobile devices.Class Marker - Quiz site designed for giving graded tests.Quiz Star - More advanced quizzing site with full statistics Web 2.0 20
  • 21. PODCASTING! (my favorite idea)WOW idea! Eliminate in-class lectures, use class time forhands-on activities. Use lectures as HW.OR create study guides, recorded by teacher. Post a linkon class website for students to review.Addressing the digital divide: no internet? – copy the podcast to a flash device no computer? – burn podcast to DVD for TV useDownload 34-page how-to booklet Web 2.0 21
  • 22. WIKIS!3 good places to start a wiki:Pbworks.com Note from Cheryl: I could haveWikispaces.com spent hours in the wiktionary Tea Room reading discussions about theGoogle sites format of entries. I love words!Ideas for the media center: collaborative book reviews or author information; virtual tour of the library; Where in the World is WikiWanda or My Teacher? (geography) Web 2.0 22
  • 23. WIKIS, cont’d!• Wiktionary - Free dictionary that almost anyone can edit• Teampedia.net - team-building activities and icebreakers for groups• Anchoractivities.wikispaces – links to fun educational activities for kids to do on a laptop computer when their classwork is done• Shareski.wikispaces - links to geography activities using Google Earth• Cooltoolsforschool.wikispaces - easy-to-use interface of index to Web 2.9 websites by type (presentation, drawing, slideshow, audio, etc.)• Webtools4u2use.wikispaces – created by and for Media Specialists!• Web2thatworks.com - links to tools + strategies + curriculum• Math247.pbworks.com - Library of over 500 mathcast projects (with audio)• Educationalnetworking.com – listing of social networking sites for educators• Dictionary.k12opened.com – An open dictionary where kids contribute the definitions. Can input vocabulary words and their meanings.• EduWiki.us.com – educational sites organized by grade level; class wikis• Doccamsined.wikispaces.com – short list of ideas for using document cameras• Copyrightconfusion.wikispaces.com - Resources by law professors for teachers• Engagethem.pbworks.com – contains examples of classroom projects using wikis Web 2.0 23
  • 24. ORGANIZE WEBSITES!• Diigo• Deli.ci.ous• PortaPortalWebsites for teachers:• Freetech4teachers.com includes an ESOL site – “Learn English for Kids” Web 2.0 24
  • 25. COLLABORATE!Documents:• Googledocs – we have our Media Specialist handbook done this way• Etherpad – no sign-in, real-time collaboration• Scriblink – write-on whiteboard, real-time Web 2.0 25
  • 26. SHARE DATA!• Google docs is a way to share info with others• Can share data collection on a shared spreadsheet• Use wufoo.com for shared forms, surveys, and invitations Web 2.0 26
  • 27. VIRTUAL STICKY NOTES!Wallwisher = online bulletin boardStudents can post notes on prior knowledge, or what they have learned, or questions, or a critique, …Wallwisher.com/build Select image; title and subtitle; create url or leave blank; theme; Done. Web 2.0 27
  • 28. GAMES!• Powerpoint games• Classroom game templates• Jeopardylabs.comAdd music from freeplaymusic or soundsnap.com Web 2.0 28
  • 29. COMIC STRIPS!Can also add speech bubbles to photos – a good language arts activityPlaces to make comics online:• Pixton• Comiqs• Make Beliefs Comix• Speechable Web 2.0 29
  • 30. TALKING CARTOONS!• Blabberize - Upload a photo and select the mouth. Then record your voice.• Voki - Create a talking avatar.• Xtranormal - Type what you want our characters to say.• Gizmoz - Upload a photo and then select background and hair. Web 2.0 30
  • 31. ONLINE POSTERS!• Glogster.com – no ink, paper, collaborative. Can add video and hyperlinks Web 2.0 31
  • 32. Roving Reporters!Kids take photos and create quick articles about the day’s events or a special field trip or activityExamples:• The Daily Planet - Tony Vincents 5th Grade Roving Reporters from 2003- 2004.• Fairbury, NE 6th Grade Roving Reporters• The Daily Blog - 5th graders in California• The Learning Zone Blog - 4th graders in California• Graduate Class Log - Roving reporter articles from Handhelds in Teaching & Learning.• Also read their individual blogs.• Google Docs - A great place for students to type their article and to share it with the teacher. Web 2.0 32
  • 33. LET YOUR STUDENTS DECIDE!Endless choices of end products:• Create a slideshow in PowerPoint, OpenOffice, Google Docs, or SlideRocket.• Use Word or a graphics program to design a brochure or poster.• Create an interactive game in PowerPoint.• Make a presentation using Prezi.• Tell a story using Microsoft PhotoStory (free for Windows)• Author a comic strip using Comiqs, or Super Action Comic Maker.• Make a movie using MovieMaker.• Create a narrated slide show using PhotoStory or VoiceThread.• Record a radio show using Audacity.• Author a website, blog, or wiki. Places to do this include Google Sites, Blogger, and PBwiki.• Create a glog, a virtual online poster at Glogster.• Combine voice with an image at Blabberize or StoryBlender.• Draw an animation using Ajax Animator, Xtranormal, or Aniboom. Web 2.0 33
  • 34. THE END Web 2.0 34

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