Teaching with Technology – Wonders of the Web – WOW Project – Fall 2010<br /> Professor – Dr. Smirnova<br />Presentation B...
Learning in the 21st Century<br />Communication  <br />Collaboration<br />Problem solving  <br />Critical thinking <br />E...
Learning in the 21st Century<br />QUESTION:<br />What is “Integration Literacy”?<br />ANSWER:<br />The 21st Century litera...
Learning  Through  Collaboration<br />http://cooltoolsforschools.wikispaces.com/Collaborative+Tools<br />The list goes on ...
Learning  Through  Collaboration<br />Fran’s Favorites:<br />
Notice that Webspiration is part of the 21st Century skills push<br />
Assignments are always available<br />Students use Visual thinking and outlining techniques<br />to develop writing skills...
Learning  Through  Collaboration<br />Webspiration Classroom instantly transforms every diagram into an instant outline an...
Hundreds of visuals to choose from<br />or just upload your<br />own.<br />Tells you who is editing<br />
When collaborating, each group member or the teacher can verify who has been  creating in regards to a particular project<...
Learning  Through  Collaboration<br />A teacher or group members can track the revisions done be each group member – email...
Learning  Through  Collaboration<br />
P<br />R<br />I<br />C<br />I <br />N<br />G<br />
Learning  Through  Collaboration<br />You could always have you class experiment with Webspiration using the “Free Trials”...
Learning  Through  Collaboration<br />Upload your files, edit anytime from anywhere, choose who can access your documents ...
Learning  Through  Collaboration<br />Step 1<br />STOP!<br />To get started, all you need is a Google email account, which...
Learning  Through  Collaboration<br />Click on Documents<br />Privacy Shield<br />Privacy Shield<br />
Click on “Create new” and a drop down will appear.<br />Here, you can choose:<br />Document<br />Presentation<br />Spreads...
Learning  Through  Collaboration<br />Let’s say I chose a presentation (power point).<br />Note that you see slide #1 and ...
Learning  Through  Collaboration<br />Click on “Share”<br />Bring your courser over and click on “Sharing settings”<br />
Learning  Through  Collaboration<br />Once you click on “Sharing settings,” you will see a screen that looks like this. <b...
Learning  Through  Collaboration<br />Once you click in the box under the words, “Add people,” the box will enlarge and a ...
Learning  Through  Collaboration<br />You have a choice of allowing others to either edit or simply view your presentation...
Learning  Through  Collaboration<br />You can either type in the e-mail address of your invited guests, or you could simpl...
Learning  Through  Collaboration<br />Now that you have chosen your group, you can click on “Close” and an e-mail should g...
Learning  Through  Collaboration<br />Notice that it appears to only have one person working on the presentation at the mo...
Learning  Through  Collaboration<br />- Remember - <br />You can save this as a PDF file, a power point, or text.  <br />a...
Learning  Through  Collaboration<br />
Learning  Through  Collaboration<br />
Learning  Through  Collaboration<br />Private<br />Public<br />
Learning  Through  Collaboration<br />The single greatest advantage of using the ed.Voicethread network is that it allows ...
Learning  Through  Collaboration<br /><ul><li>Note, this doesn’t mean that the student cannot add friends and meet new peo...
While the educator on Ed.VoiceThead are allowed to send invitations to individuals outside of the network – like parents a...
Students can only add or invite others that are already within the system, where all users are known users and held accoun...
Learning  Through  Collaboration<br />21st Century<br />Collaborative<br />Projects<br />
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  • Fran, I changed the title block to reflect our sales presentation more accurately. The clip-art illustrates the teacher and student searching for knowledge in the ‘Information Age’. Script to the Board: Good Evening. Thank you for the opportunity to address the board and present what we believe is visionary, timely, and necessary. As we enter 2011, the 21st century compels us to acknowledge the technologies and the skills students will have to master in order to succeed and excel in the years and decades ahead. Before we discuss our enhanced learning model we must first understand and acknowledge the challenges and competition we face. In an earthquake the earth’s crust experiences a subsurface shifting of tectonic plates in the landmass. Globalization and competition from developing countries are tectonic plates shifting beneath the surface of the United States and, like earthquakes, causing damage to exising structures, which is many cases were not built to take such upheavals in the landscape.Let’s watch as the shift happensIf we use the UK video we can simply compare them to US.
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    1. 1. Teaching with Technology – Wonders of the Web – WOW Project – Fall 2010<br /> Professor – Dr. Smirnova<br />Presentation By<br />Frances Glickman<br />
    2. 2. Learning in the 21st Century<br />Communication <br />Collaboration<br />Problem solving <br />Critical thinking <br />Entrepreneurship <br />Creativity <br />Integration Literacy<br />definition: A process through which individuals identify opportunities, allocate resources, and create value.<br />
    3. 3. Learning in the 21st Century<br />QUESTION:<br />What is “Integration Literacy”?<br />ANSWER:<br />The 21st Century literacy is integration literacy. We will be integrating and incorporating technology in order to attain all the goals of the past and more.<br />
    4. 4. Learning Through Collaboration<br />http://cooltoolsforschools.wikispaces.com/Collaborative+Tools<br />The list goes on . . . <br />
    5. 5. Learning Through Collaboration<br />Fran’s Favorites:<br />
    6. 6. Notice that Webspiration is part of the 21st Century skills push<br />
    7. 7.
    8. 8. Assignments are always available<br />Students use Visual thinking and outlining techniques<br />to develop writing skills and analyze, synthesize, and comprehend information<br />
    9. 9. Learning Through Collaboration<br />Webspiration Classroom instantly transforms every diagram into an instant outline and then back again with one click<br />Diagram<br />Outline<br />
    10. 10. Hundreds of visuals to choose from<br />or just upload your<br />own.<br />Tells you who is editing<br />
    11. 11. When collaborating, each group member or the teacher can verify who has been creating in regards to a particular project<br />Click on “Document”<br />A drop down will appear.<br />Click on “Show History<br />
    12. 12. Learning Through Collaboration<br />A teacher or group members can track the revisions done be each group member – email, date, time, and the “Revision” number<br />
    13. 13. Learning Through Collaboration<br />
    14. 14. P<br />R<br />I<br />C<br />I <br />N<br />G<br />
    15. 15. Learning Through Collaboration<br />You could always have you class experiment with Webspiration using the “Free Trials” <br />
    16. 16. Learning Through Collaboration<br />Upload your files, edit anytime from anywhere, choose who can access your documents share and collaborate online.<br />
    17. 17. Learning Through Collaboration<br />Step 1<br />STOP!<br />To get started, all you need is a Google email account, which is <br />FREE!!!!!<br />Look at all you can do<br />Collaboratively<br />too <br />I love when you can do things for free<br />
    18. 18. Learning Through Collaboration<br />Click on Documents<br />Privacy Shield<br />Privacy Shield<br />
    19. 19. Click on “Create new” and a drop down will appear.<br />Here, you can choose:<br />Document<br />Presentation<br />Spreadsheet<br />Form<br />Drawing<br />Folder<br />“From template” – If you click on this, Google provides a variety of templates for calendars, budgets, resumes and more. <br />
    20. 20. Learning Through Collaboration<br />Let’s say I chose a presentation (power point).<br />Note that you see slide #1 and it is highlighted in yellow, which means that when I see or my partner sees a slide that is highlighted in yellow, I am looking at that slide or editing that slide.<br />Now, I have to work on an assignment with a partner.<br />Therefore, I need to share access to this presentation.<br />
    21. 21. Learning Through Collaboration<br />Click on “Share”<br />Bring your courser over and click on “Sharing settings”<br />
    22. 22. Learning Through Collaboration<br />Once you click on “Sharing settings,” you will see a screen that looks like this. <br />You now have to add the people who you want to have access to the presentation (your group members)<br />Click your courser into the box that is below the words, “Add people.”<br />Click in this box<br />
    23. 23. Learning Through Collaboration<br />Once you click in the box under the words, “Add people,” the box will enlarge and a small tab will appear. The tab will have the words, “Can edit”<br />
    24. 24. Learning Through Collaboration<br />You have a choice of allowing others to either edit or simply view your presentation<br />
    25. 25. Learning Through Collaboration<br />You can either type in the e-mail address of your invited guests, or you could simply type the first letter and a list of email address from your contact list will appear. You can highlight and choose the person you want to invite.<br />
    26. 26. Learning Through Collaboration<br />Now that you have chosen your group, you can click on “Close” and an e-mail should go out to those group members alerting them that you have invited them to participate in a presentation.<br />Close<br />
    27. 27. Learning Through Collaboration<br />Notice that it appears to only have one person working on the presentation at the moment. Each person will be represented by a different color<br />My daughter created this pretty slide from a separate location.<br />Collaboration no longer requires that people have to be at the same place at the same time.<br />
    28. 28. Learning Through Collaboration<br />- Remember - <br />You can save this as a PDF file, a power point, or text. <br />also<br />With Google Docs, you can work on documents, presentations, spreadsheets, forms and drawings.<br />You can save your work online and access it from any computer or smart phone.<br />You and your project partner can edit your project at the same time from separate locations.<br />The best part – IT’S FREE!!!! <br />
    29. 29. Learning Through Collaboration<br />
    30. 30. Learning Through Collaboration<br />
    31. 31. Learning Through Collaboration<br />Private<br />Public<br />
    32. 32. Learning Through Collaboration<br />The single greatest advantage of using the ed.Voicethread network is that it allows students to work autonomously, in school and out; learning to create their own voice<br />thread, maintaining their own portfolio of content, creating their own identities, adding a friend to a contact list, and sending out invitations to comment – all within a simple and safe environment. <br />
    33. 33. Learning Through Collaboration<br /><ul><li>Note, this doesn’t mean that the student cannot add friends and meet new people. It just means that anyone that they might meet is a known person to a verified educator within the community.
    34. 34. While the educator on Ed.VoiceThead are allowed to send invitations to individuals outside of the network – like parents and other educators, students cannot.
    35. 35. Students can only add or invite others that are already within the system, where all users are known users and held accountable for their content and commentary. </li></li></ul><li>Learning Through Collaboration<br />
    36. 36. Learning Through Collaboration<br />21st Century<br />Collaborative<br />Projects<br />
    37. 37. Learning Through Collaboration<br />QUESTIONS ????<br />

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