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  • Today we’re going to explore several tools that will help with organization, classroom collaboration and communication, and tools for global multimedia publishing. These will all be tools that focus on what I call the 3 Cs of Web 2.0 that have the strongest impact on K-12 education.
  • Does it mean you’re a digital teacher if you have a wireless lab in your classroom? Do you have to use technology every day? I think being a digital teacher means you have a strong baseline of technology tools available to you and your students. It doesn’t mean you have to use 6 different tools that all do the same thing.
  • Communicative, Collaborative, and Creative are the 3Cs that I believe should be a measure whether or not a web based tool will have a positive impact on students.
  • Graphic with a bunch of Web 2.0 logos
  • Let’s first talk about some of the most popular tools used. We’ll call these the granddaddys of Web 2.0.

    Blogs in Plain English video by CommonCraft







  • Wikis in Plain English by CommonCraft.










  • Does this picture remind you of anything? I think I heard someone say, “My desk!” Yikes.
    Next, let’s talk about some tools that help with organization, which if you’re like me, you might need more than one tool to help stay organized! I’m going to share a few of my (current) favorites.
  • Dropbox
    Remember The Milk
    Google Calendar

  • Dropbox
    Remember The Milk
    Google Calendar

  • Dropbox
    Remember The Milk
    Google Calendar






  • Next let’s look at tools for collaboration. As we move further into the 21st century, I believe classroom and workplace technology are going to further “break down the walls” around us.
  • Now let’s talk about tools that are great for collaboration. These could be used for collaboration among teaching staff or as a collaboration tool for students to use on a group project.

    Next, we’re going to talk about tools that foster creativity. Before we look at some, watch a portion of this video by Sir Ken Robinson called “Do schools kill creativity?”
  • Now let’s talk about tools that are great for collaboration. These could be used for collaboration among teaching staff or as a collaboration tool for students to use on a group project.

    Next, we’re going to talk about tools that foster creativity. Before we look at some, watch a portion of this video by Sir Ken Robinson called “Do schools kill creativity?”
  • Now let’s talk about tools that are great for collaboration. These could be used for collaboration among teaching staff or as a collaboration tool for students to use on a group project.

    Next, we’re going to talk about tools that foster creativity. Before we look at some, watch a portion of this video by Sir Ken Robinson called “Do schools kill creativity?”
  • Now let’s talk about tools that are great for collaboration. These could be used for collaboration among teaching staff or as a collaboration tool for students to use on a group project.

    Next, we’re going to talk about tools that foster creativity. Before we look at some, watch a portion of this video by Sir Ken Robinson called “Do schools kill creativity?”
  • Now let’s talk about tools that are great for collaboration. These could be used for collaboration among teaching staff or as a collaboration tool for students to use on a group project.

    Next, we’re going to talk about tools that foster creativity. Before we look at some, watch a portion of this video by Sir Ken Robinson called “Do schools kill creativity?”
  • Now let’s talk about tools that are great for collaboration. These could be used for collaboration among teaching staff or as a collaboration tool for students to use on a group project.

    Next, we’re going to talk about tools that foster creativity. Before we look at some, watch a portion of this video by Sir Ken Robinson called “Do schools kill creativity?”
  • Now let’s talk about tools that are great for collaboration. These could be used for collaboration among teaching staff or as a collaboration tool for students to use on a group project.

    Next, we’re going to talk about tools that foster creativity. Before we look at some, watch a portion of this video by Sir Ken Robinson called “Do schools kill creativity?”
  • Do schools kill creativity?
  • Next let’s look at tools that help foster creativity. These can be tools for a multimedia project, publishing a final product, or just having fun.
  • Next let’s look at tools that help foster creativity. These can be tools for a multimedia project, publishing a final product, or just having fun.
  • Next let’s look at tools that help foster creativity. These can be tools for a multimedia project, publishing a final product, or just having fun.
  • Next let’s look at tools that help foster creativity. These can be tools for a multimedia project, publishing a final product, or just having fun.
  • Next let’s look at tools that help foster creativity. These can be tools for a multimedia project, publishing a final product, or just having fun.
  • Next let’s look at tools that help foster creativity. These can be tools for a multimedia project, publishing a final product, or just having fun.
  • Let’s finish up our time talking about internet safety. Who knows who this guy is? Is he who you think of when you think of a bully? How about a cyberbully? When I talk with students today this is going to be an area that we spend quite a bit of time talking about. Being safe online and being a good manager of your digital footprint.
  • What is your digital footprint?






  • The Digital Teacher

    1. 1. Laptops, Netbooks, cell phones, iPod Touches, and pretty much any other type of electronic device are allowed during this presentation.
    2. 2. Tools to bring Web 2.0 to your classroom
    3. 3. Kyle B. Pace Instructional Technology Specialist Lee’s Summit School District @kylepace My blog: http://www.kylepace.com One unique thing to help you remember me
    4. 4. What is one word that comes to mind when you think of a digital teacher?
    5. 5. What is one word that comes to mind when you think of a digital teacher? PollEveryWhere.com
    6. 6. How much do we rely on technology in today’s society? Escalator Video
    7. 7. Courtesy of Alec Couros
    8. 8. The 3 C’s
    9. 9. B logs Blogging in Plain English http://www.commoncraft.com
    10. 10. The Jist on GING The Cookings of a Grad Student MO FCCLA Blog
    11. 11. The Jist on GING User-friendly The Cookings of a Grad Student MO FCCLA Blog
    12. 12. The Jist on GING User-friendly Security The Cookings of a Grad Student MO FCCLA Blog
    13. 13. The Jist on GING User-friendly Security Student engagement The Cookings of a Grad Student MO FCCLA Blog
    14. 14. The Jist on GING User-friendly Security Student engagement Communication The Cookings of a Grad Student MO FCCLA Blog
    15. 15. The Jist on GING User-friendly Security WordPress Student engagement Communication The Cookings of a Grad Student MO FCCLA Blog
    16. 16. The Jist on GING User-friendly Security WordPress Student engagement Communication Blogger The Cookings of a Grad Student MO FCCLA Blog
    17. 17. The Jist on GING User-friendly Security WordPress Student engagement Communication Blogger The Cookings of a Grad Student MO FCCLA Blog
    18. 18. W ik is Wikis in Plain English http://www.commoncraft.com
    19. 19. The Jist on Wikis http://www.flickr.com/photos/phillipstewart/3778901137/ Tracy Newman
    20. 20. The Jist on Wikis http://www.flickr.com/photos/phillipstewart/3778901137/ Tracy Newman
    21. 21. The Jist on Wikis • Site that can have multiple pages http://www.flickr.com/photos/phillipstewart/3778901137/ Tracy Newman
    22. 22. The Jist on Wikis • Site that can have multiple pages • Specific editing rights http://www.flickr.com/photos/phillipstewart/3778901137/ Tracy Newman
    23. 23. The Jist on Wikis • Site that can have multiple pages • Specific editing rights • Great for group projects http://www.flickr.com/photos/phillipstewart/3778901137/ Tracy Newman
    24. 24. The Jist on Wikis • Site that can have multiple pages • Specific editing rights • Great for group projects http://www.flickr.com/photos/phillipstewart/3778901137/ Tracy Newman
    25. 25. The Jist on Wikis • Site that can have multiple pages • Specific editing rights • Great for group projects http://www.flickr.com/photos/phillipstewart/3778901137/ Tracy Newman
    26. 26. Twitter http://twitter4teachers.pbworks.com
    27. 27. Twitter • Microblogging http://twitter4teachers.pbworks.com
    28. 28. Twitter • Microblogging • Send out short communication to students and parents http://twitter4teachers.pbworks.com
    29. 29. Twitter • Microblogging • Send out short communication to students and parents • Build a PLN http://twitter4teachers.pbworks.com
    30. 30. http://www.flickr.com/photos/cogdog/4148906073/
    31. 31. Web Tools for Organization
    32. 32. Web Tools for Organization Sync flies between multiple computers
    33. 33. Web Tools for Organization Sync flies between multiple computers Remember The Milk - Manage your tasks online from anywhere
    34. 34. Web Tools for Organization Sync flies between multiple computers Remember The Milk - Manage your tasks online from anywhere Google Calendar - access your calendar from anywhere
    35. 35. Organize your news with Google Reader http://www.flickr.com/photos/46542885@N08/4344641611/
    36. 36. Organize your news with Google Reader Read only the news you want to read http://www.flickr.com/photos/46542885@N08/4344641611/
    37. 37. Organize your news with Google Reader Read only the news you want to read Without all the clutter http://www.flickr.com/photos/46542885@N08/4344641611/
    38. 38. Organize your news with Google Reader Read only the news you want to read Without all the clutter Subscribe to anything with an RSS feed http://www.flickr.com/photos/46542885@N08/4344641611/
    39. 39. Organize your news with Google Reader Read only the news you want to read Without all the clutter Subscribe to anything with an RSS feed RSS = Really Simple Syndication http://www.flickr.com/photos/46542885@N08/4344641611/
    40. 40. Organize your news with Google Reader Read only the news you want to read Without all the clutter Subscribe to anything with an RSS feed RSS = Really Simple Syndication CNN, Local newspapers, Blogs http://www.flickr.com/photos/46542885@N08/4344641611/
    41. 41. Collaboration Tools
    42. 42. Collaboration Tools
    43. 43. Collaboration Tools TypeWith.Me
    44. 44. Collaboration Tools TypeWith.Me
    45. 45. Collaboration Tools TypeWith.Me WallWisher
    46. 46. Collaboration Tools TypeWith.Me WallWisher
    47. 47. Collaboration Tools TypeWith.Me WallWisher
    48. 48. Collaboration Tools TypeWith.Me WallWisher
    49. 49. Do Schools Kill Creativity? by Sir Ken Robinson
    50. 50. Creative Tools a.k.a “Fun stuff”
    51. 51. Creative Tools a.k.a “Fun stuff” http://www.animoto.com
    52. 52. Creative Tools a.k.a “Fun stuff” http://www.animoto.com http://www.flixtime.com
    53. 53. Creative Tools a.k.a “Fun stuff” http://www.animoto.com http://www.flixtime.com http://www.fotobabble.com
    54. 54. Creative Tools a.k.a “Fun stuff” http://www.animoto.com http://www.flixtime.com http://www.fotobabble.com Blabberize http://www.blabberize.com
    55. 55. Creative Tools a.k.a “Fun stuff” http://www.animoto.com http://www.flixtime.com http://www.fotobabble.com Blabberize http://www.blabberize.com Issuu http://www.issuu.com
    56. 56. Creative Tools a.k.a “Fun stuff” http://www.animoto.com http://www.flixtime.com http://www.fotobabble.com Blabberize http://www.blabberize.com Issuu http://www.issuu.com Pages ’09 Guide
    57. 57. http://is.gd/aJdUW
    58. 58. Protecting Reputations Online in Plain English http://www.commoncraft.com
    59. 59. A Thin Line.org The hurt of digital harassment can last forever Sexts can take on a life of their own Sexting in America - an MTV special Ryan Patrick Halligan
    60. 60. http://www.thenationalcampaign.org/sextech/
    61. 61. http://www.thenationalcampaign.org/sextech/
    62. 62. http://www.concurringopinions.com/archives/2010/03/googling-employees-why-your-online-reputation-matters.html
    63. 63. http://www.concurringopinions.com/archives/2010/03/googling-employees-why-your-online-reputation-matters.html
    64. 64. Kyle B. Pace Instructional Technology Specialist Lee’s Summit School District @kylepace My blog: http://www.kylepace.com

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