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  • For useint he classroom, possibilites are endlessGlogs can also be used as part of a webquest activity. Teachers can link to websites that contain valuable information. Videos and graphics can be embedded right into the glog so the information is neatly in one place
  • Web 2.0

    1. 1. WEB 2.0<br />I picked these four tools because they are:<br />Simple <br />Useful<br />Safe<br />Fun<br />For teachers and students<br />
    2. 2. Won’t misplace slides<br />Can upload slides on blog<br />Adding a teacher blog with student content can be a great way to involve parents and save large semester projects.<br />Share with students/parents/co-teachers<br />Synch audio to your slides<br />Analytics feature<br /> This feature allows you to track who is observing the site. This feature does come with a fee but is a great safety feature for a student working site if public.<br />Slideshare<br />
    3. 3. 12 Million Views a Month<br />Add Slideshare to Facebook<br />Flash drive<br />I suggest e-mail or backing up work even if this is a cyber space program. You never know if the wireless will be working. Keeping a power point copy on flash is a great back up plan<br />Can’t Customize Slide Text<br />Has limited features compared to PowerPoint but more accessibility<br />Teacher Aid<br />This would be a great teacher aid especially for an intro to a new topic like the Lois and Clark Expedition.<br />Slideshare<br />
    4. 4. E-learning<br />Way better than Blackboard<br />Student/User Friendly<br />Tutoring focused not just technology focused<br />Learning Environment<br />Customize to your taste<br />
    5. 5. Create posters to express information<br />Almost every classroom has a photo or drawing of each student with their name on the bottom. They all go up on the wall so the teacher can memorize names to faces and students can recognize new students. Instead of the old school drawing or photos, kids could make a glog of themselves to put on the screen saver of their in-room laptops or even print off. This allows loads of creativity. <br />Include text, images, and video<br />Use for any subject<br />Teachers can use glogster as an aid to show history, science projects or math concepts in a fun and colorful i.e. memorable way.<br />
    6. 6. 5th grade family history glogand 7th grade self introduction glog<br />
    7. 7. Examples of School Glogs<br />
    8. 8. Teachers can turn Glogs Into Blogs! This class each made a cell out of candy. The students glogged their cell and then the teacher blogged all the glogs so the parents could browse the final project online. I will definitely use this tool in my classroom.<br /> 5th Grade Science Glog<br />
    9. 9. Access Anywhere<br />Share Option. An instructor would want to share their docs with students/parents for homework or even PTA meetings.<br />Adobe Acrobat’s .pdfformatfriendly<br />Browse Other Docs from other public accounts<br />
    10. 10. Co-Edit can allow students or parents and students to work on the same document at the same time<br />No more E-mailing back and forth <br />Collaborative writing projects (elementary)<br />Great for long Group Projects(upper elementary)<br />
    11. 11. Safety net if computer crashes<br />Share with students/parents<br />Categorize you site by subject matter-history, math, science etc.<br />Teacher Aid (Dog can’t eat this homework) less excuses<br />Teachers can jump start creative project options by giving students a bunch of useful websites that they can select from for their science project.<br /> del.icio.us<br />
    12. 12. Delicious Themes-can make my account look professional and educationally appropriate<br />Delicious Competition-can see how I rank by how many hits I get.<br />Delicious Categories-allows me to stay organized which will help students stay organized.<br />Delicious Users- (bookmark a bookmark) If I find a site I like from another teacher, I can bookmark his/her bookmark.<br /> del.icio.us<br />
    13. 13. Use it or loose it, keep technology constantly integrated in learning.<br />Make sure students know how to use programs correctly. <br />Technology takes time and time should be set aside to make sure everyone (teachers, students and hopefully parents) are updated.<br />Use appropriately so supervise or block when needed.<br /> Teachers Responsibility <br />
    14. 14. Indyintheclassroom.com/resources<br />Studentglog.org<br />http://theglobalclassroom.blogspot.com<br /> Sources<br />