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The Ins & Outs of Web 2.0


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The Ins & Outs of Web 2.0

  1. 1. What is Web 2.0 Second generation of the WWW (World Wide Web) Focuses on collaboration/sharing Open communication More dynamic (a shift from the static web of the past)
  2. 2. Web 2.0 Tools
  3. 3. Presentations Slideshare Sliderocket Slide Shark Prezi Google Presentation Glogster EDU
  4. 4. Digital Story Telling Storybird Animoto Voice Thread Blabberize Little Bird Tales
  5. 5. Social Media Expanding your PLN Skype Facebook Pinterest Twitter My Big Campus Edmodo
  6. 6. Writing/Blogging Kidblog Wall Wisher Edublogs Linoit Wordpress Wordle Tagxedo
  7. 7. Collaboration File saving/sharing **Social Bookmarking**EvernoteGoogle Docs/Apps for EducationDropboxDiigoSymbalooLive Binders
  8. 8. Going Gaga for Google! Google Earth/Maps Google Sketch-up Google Docs/apps Gmail – free email
  9. 9. Bringing science to computer classIntroduction to computer programming: • Story Telling Alice • Scratch • Small Basic
  10. 10. Web Design & Other Links Weebly Google Sites Class Dojo (classroom management) Voki
  11. 11. YouTube in The Classroom YouTube View Pure (allows you to remove unwanted “advertisements” around YouTube Videos)
  12. 12. Polls/Online Assessment Survey Monkey Doodle – easy way to schedule meetings Infuse Learning (quick assessment)
  13. 13. Quick Assessment Log into your computers to: Room ID: 59368 Answer this question: Do you feel like you are: a. Technology innovator b. Technologically challenged
  14. 14. About the presenter I began my career as a software support specialist after receiving my B.S. in Business Administration from theUniversity of Southern Indiana. A few years into this career I chose to become a stay at home mom (1998). In2006 I returned to school to become an elementary teacher, completing the program in December 2007. InAugust 2008 I began teaching technology at Holy Redeemer School in Evansville, IN. I was also the technologycoordinator, troubleshooting hardware/software issues and providing professional development/advice ontechnology integration. I also returned to school in the Fall of 2008 to finish my Master’s in ElementaryEducation – focusing my research on educational technology. I graduated in December 2011 from theUniversity of Southern Indiana. In June 2010 I began my two-year term as the Middle School Representative for ISTE SIGCT (InternationalSociety of Technology Educators, Special Interest Group of Computing Teachers). Near the end of my term Istepped into the role as Professional Development Chair with SIGMS (Special Interest Group for MediaSpecialists). I will hold this office until 2014. I am currently an eLearning Coach for the Evansville Vanderburgh School Corporation. In this role I providetechnology professional development/assistance on a daily basis to teachers at five schools within thecorporation. My goal is to continue inspiring educators and obtain my EdD in Technology Education. You may contact me at