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Breakouts

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Breakouts

  1. 1. SESSION ONE 1. Introduction to Wikis: Linda Lehrke Learn why to create a classroom wiki and how to get started. 2. Introduction to SmileBox: Angelique Facing the elephant and eating it one bite at a time. Looking at some Applications such as "Smilebox" and more. 3. Delicious: Steph Latto Learn about web based bookmarking and the collaborative sharing of resources. 4. Blogging for Beginners: Rachel/Sarah A basic and practical workshop introducing you to blogging in the classroom to communicate between home and school and to give students opportunities to share their learning with a wider audience. View some class blogs from Point View School, and follow easy step by step instructions to set up your own class blog ready for the beginning of Term 3! 5. Sketchup - Learn how to use this powerful program: Steve A practical workshop that explores how this program works and how it can be used in your classroom. 6. Interactive Learning: Anthony Using an activboard/data projector in your maths programme, covering: NZmaths and digistore resources, Mathletics resources. 7. Podcasting for Beginners: Maureen Learn about how to use garageband to create podcasts. 8. Digistore, Creating learning pathways: Claire Learn how to join the digistore and create learning pathways to share with students and across the cluster.
  2. 2. SESSION TWO 1. Workshop on Wikis: Sarah H Work together on developing a wikispaces or your knowledgenet site. 2. Introduction to Applications, Web 2.0 Tools: Cheryl Learn about what is on the net for free. 3. Student Voice: Linda Lehrke How do we get students to share their learning online. 4. Blogging and Google Documents: Paul Using Blogger to display student work. This workshop could involve going over t he process of setting up blogs for everyone in the class and showing how to ma nage these. I use this in conjunction with Google Docs. This is a free way for te achers to display work online. And kids are really into it. 5. Photography - Photos in learning and iphoto manipulation: Cheryl / Steve Using photographs in the classroom to enhance learning for ESOL students. Creating your own photo resources. Using iPhoto. 6. Interactive Learning: Ruth In this workshop we will explore using an interactive whiteboard for implementin g the numeracy project and other strands of mathematics. We will look at practi cal examples from a Year 4/5 class and discuss impacts on teaching and learnin g in the classroom. You will leave with some easy ideas to increase the interacti vity of your numeracy programme. 7. Delicious: Steph Latto Learn about web based bookmarking and the collaborative sharing of resources. 8. Podcasting for Beginners: Maureen Learn about how to use garageband to create podcasts.
  3. 3. SESSION THREE 1. Advanced WIkis: Dave Take wikispaces and online learning environments further using embedding and web 2.0 tools. 2. Introduction to Applications on your Apple: Linda Learn about quicktime and text edit. Explore some of the useful features built into your laptop and classroom computers. 3. Follow a Passion Use this workshop to work on your own eLearning journey with others doing the same. Build your wiki, improve your space on knowledgenet, build your delicious account, develop your learning pathway or follow your current passion. 4. Blogging and Google Documents: Paul Using Blogger to display student work. This workshop could involve going over the process of setting up blogs for everyone in the class and showing how to m anage these. I use this in conjunction with Google Docs. This is a free way for teachers to display work online. And kids are really into it. 5. Photography - Photos in learning and iphoto manipulation: Cheryl / Steve Using photographs in the classroom to enhance learning for ESOL students. Creating your own photo resources. Using iPhoto. 6. Interactive Learning: Anthony Using an activboard/data projector in your maths programme, covering: NZmaths and digistore resources, Mathletics resources. 7. Sciencelearn.org: Maureen Learn about how this new website can bring science into your classroom.

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