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Donna Pulupaki inquiry presentation

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Donna Pulupaki inquiry presentation

  1. 1. Please join me on MY JOURNEY ALONG THE WEB 2.0 INFORMATION HIGHWAY.
  2. 2. Please join me on MY JOURNEY ALONG THE WEB 2.0 INFORMATION HIGHWAY.
  3. 3. THE PROBLEM!!! FIRSTLY...I’M A CHILD OF THE 80’s. COMMODORES WERE NOT JUST CARS. BACK THEN. FLOPPY DISKS WEREN’T FLOPPY. AND THERE WAS ONLY 1 KIND OF MOUSE BACK THEN.
  4. 4. It was time to change my way of thinking. My inquiry ... HAD TO WEB 2.0 I FIND OUT WAS WHAT
  5. 5. I googled for a definition.
  6. 6. I googled for a definition.
  7. 7. I googled for a definition. Web 2.0 is any World Wide Web technology or website that allows interactive content. One example is a blog, which permits the writer to post commentary and visitors to leave responses. Another similar example is a wiki since it allows the continual updating and revision of posted content. Interactive online games and virtual worlds are Web 2.0, as are video posting and social networking sites. Even podcasting and videoconferencing fall into the Web 2.0 category.
  8. 8. I googled for a definition. Web 2.0 is any World Wide Web technology or website that allows interactive content. One example is a blog, which permits the writer to post commentary and visitors to leave responses. Another similar example is a wiki since it allows the continual updating and revision of posted content. Interactive online games and virtual worlds are Web 2.0, as are video posting and social networking sites. Even podcasting and videoconferencing fall into the Web 2.0 category.
  9. 9. I googled for a definition. Web 2.0 is any World Wide Web technology or website that allows interactive content. One example is a blog, which permits the writer to post commentary and visitors to leave responses. Another similar example is a wiki since it allows the continual updating and revision of posted content. Interactive online games and virtual worlds are Web 2.0, as are video posting and social networking sites. Even podcasting and videoconferencing fall into the Web 2.0 category.
  10. 10. But still my journey continued. I had to find out what does all this mean?
  11. 11. But still my journey continued. I had to find out what does all this mean?
  12. 12. But still my journey continued. I had to find out what does all this mean?
  13. 13. But still my journey continued. I had to find out what does all this mean? I’m still on that journey!
  14. 14. Then I thought what do all these do?
  15. 15. Then I thought what do all these do?
  16. 16. Then I thought what do all these do? Are they of use?
  17. 17. Then I thought what do all these do? Are they of use? Will they assist me with my task?
  18. 18. Then I thought what do all these do? Are they of use? Will they assist me with my task? Spoilt for choice.
  19. 19. Then I thought what do all these do? Are they of use? Will they assist me with my task? Spoilt for choice. I’m overwhelmed!
  20. 20. Why am I overwhelmed? This was my web experience.
  21. 21. Why am I overwhelmed? This was my web experience.
  22. 22. Why am I overwhelmed?
  23. 23. Why am I overwhelmed?
  24. 24. Why am I overwhelmed? This is our students web experience.
  25. 25. Who has helped me on my journey so far?
  26. 26. Who has helped me on my journey so far? the and students YOU!
  27. 27. Now that I have some knowledge of web 2.0... WHAT WILL THIS MEAN FOR MY CLASS...
  28. 28. The ideas tasks knowledge and for experiences all students are endless!
  29. 29. Their learning is meaningful has a purpose own and they it!
  30. 30. The benefits are infinite!
  31. 31. Here is some food for thought to better understand our students’ world... http://mvsroom1.wikispaces.com/

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