Organizing with web 2.0

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Originally presented at the Doane Summer Tech Fair, June 20, 2012. http://doanesummer2012.wikispaces.com

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  • Be consistent - “Where’s that link?”\n Be purposeful - how does the tool you are using contribute to their learning? Or does it just look cool? Ex: Pixie by Tech4Learning\n Be respectful - make students want to be in your class. Be respectful of the time that they should be/are giving you.\n
  • Be consistent - “Where’s that link?”\n Be purposeful - how does the tool you are using contribute to their learning? Or does it just look cool? Ex: Pixie by Tech4Learning\n Be respectful - make students want to be in your class. Be respectful of the time that they should be/are giving you.\n
  • Be consistent - “Where’s that link?”\n Be purposeful - how does the tool you are using contribute to their learning? Or does it just look cool? Ex: Pixie by Tech4Learning\n Be respectful - make students want to be in your class. Be respectful of the time that they should be/are giving you.\n
  • Consistent - you may not be the only teacher they deal with - make your stuff easy to find\nPurposeful - many want to help their kids - don’t force them to learn a new site each week\nRespectful - respect their time - they are taking time from other family stuff for your activity\n
  • Consistent - you may not be the only teacher they deal with - make your stuff easy to find\nPurposeful - many want to help their kids - don’t force them to learn a new site each week\nRespectful - respect their time - they are taking time from other family stuff for your activity\n
  • Consistent - you may not be the only teacher they deal with - make your stuff easy to find\nPurposeful - many want to help their kids - don’t force them to learn a new site each week\nRespectful - respect their time - they are taking time from other family stuff for your activity\n
  • Consistent - don’t try to know too much\nPurposeful - don’t use a tool just to say you use it. Technology is meant to improve instruction & enhance the learning environment. If you aren’t doing that, it’s a waste of time.\nRespectful - of your own time - keeping yourself organized makes it look like you know what you’re doing, even when you don’t\n
  • Consistent - don’t try to know too much\nPurposeful - don’t use a tool just to say you use it. Technology is meant to improve instruction & enhance the learning environment. If you aren’t doing that, it’s a waste of time.\nRespectful - of your own time - keeping yourself organized makes it look like you know what you’re doing, even when you don’t\n
  • Consistent - don’t try to know too much\nPurposeful - don’t use a tool just to say you use it. Technology is meant to improve instruction & enhance the learning environment. If you aren’t doing that, it’s a waste of time.\nRespectful - of your own time - keeping yourself organized makes it look like you know what you’re doing, even when you don’t\n
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  • Can view sites you save to Pocket in a basic text view or an HTML view. This example doesn’t show hyperlinks in text view.\n
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  • Organizing with web 2.0

    1. 1. Organizing Your Life - Web 2.0 Style Josh Allen http://doanesummer2012.wikispaces.com
    2. 2. Why be organized? Seriously?
    3. 3. Your Students’ Sanity
    4. 4. Your Students’ Sanity• Be consistent
    5. 5. Your Students’ Sanity• Be consistent• Be purposeful
    6. 6. Your Students’ Sanity• Be consistent• Be purposeful• Be respectful
    7. 7. Your Parents’ Sanity
    8. 8. Your Parents’ Sanity• Be consistent
    9. 9. Your Parents’ Sanity• Be consistent• Be purposeful
    10. 10. Your Parents’ Sanity• Be consistent• Be purposeful• Be respectful
    11. 11. Most Importantly, Your Sanity
    12. 12. Most Importantly, Your Sanity• Be consistent
    13. 13. Most Importantly, Your Sanity• Be consistent• Be purposeful
    14. 14. Most Importantly, Your Sanity• Be consistent• Be purposeful• Be respectful
    15. 15. Finding Content
    16. 16. What to Do With What You Find• From Zite • From your Google Search • Pocket - to “Read Later” • Is it a blog? Subscribe in Google Reader • Evernote • Add a link from your • Social Bookmarking website • Email to colleagues • Everything from • etc., etc., etc. column 1
    17. 17. Pocket
    18. 18. Pocket
    19. 19. Evernote
    20. 20. Evernote
    21. 21. Social Bookmarking• Diigo (http://diigo.com) • Delicious (http:// delicious.com) • Create class accounts • More common • iPad web highlighter • Organize links based off • Subscribe to content-based of tags instead of groups groups
    22. 22. Social Bookmarking• Both have: • Tags • Browser bookmark tools • The ability to search other users bookmarks
    23. 23. Google Reader
    24. 24. Zite vs Google Reader• Zite finds websites you may not normally stumble across.• Google Reader delivers content from websites you know you like and you don’t want to miss.
    25. 25. LiveBinders Ready to share those sites you found?
    26. 26. Websites
    27. 27. Glogster EDU
    28. 28. Documents In the Cloud• Google Drive • 5 GB free • Uses a Google account & Google Docs• Dropbox • 5 GB free; ways to get free extra space • Uses computer/iPad apps to edit docs
    29. 29. Documents In the Cloud• SkyDrive • 7 GB free • Uses MSN/Hotmail account• OnLive Desktop • 2 GB free • No desktop app; turns iPad into a Windows 7 PC
    30. 30. Don’t do them all.
    31. 31. Don’t do what’s new.
    32. 32. Do what works best for your class.

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