Integrating Technology into the Classroom (Introductory Level)<br />Steve Hernon<br />Notre Dame Academy<br />Staten Islan...
Web 2.0 – Creation & Collaboration<br /><ul><li>Word Processing
PowerPoint
SmartBoards
Web 1.0  </li></ul>Blogs<br />Wikis<br />Social Networks <br />Social Bookmarks <br />
Web 2.0 Teaching & Learning<br />Teachers: <br />Assess learning in new ways <br />Differentiate teaching more easily <br ...
What do you need to know?<br />Hard to make mistakes<br />Creating pictures<br />Creating .pdf files<br />Embedding things...
Our Professional Network <br />Powered by:<br />
What do you need to know?<br />Hard to make mistakes<br />Creating pictures<br />You can use PowerPoint<br />Just “Save As...
Best Practices - Blogs <br />Examples:<br />Document a Day 4/19 APWH<br />Document a Day 4/13 APWH<br />Document a Day 4/1...
Best Practices - Wikis <br />Examples:<br />Be Sure You're Able To Do - APWH<br />Commodities Exchange: Salt<br />EU & Sma...
Social Bookmarking <br />Diigo<br />
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  • INTRODUCTIONS AND WELCOMEPLEASE INTERRUPT FOR QUESTIONS !!
  • This revolutionizes teaching and learning unlike they others which just made teaching easier. FOSTERS HIGH LEVEL THINKING Blogs = Twitter
  • 21ST CENTURY SKILLS
  • Time to Log InGo to Ning and sign-in – after they sign in tell them to DO NOTHING (then tell them to shut off the emails in settings). I HAVE TO APPROVE ALL NEW MEMBERS
  • Have them make a picture icon for Ning in PowerPoint. Then have them upload it to Ning. Have them look how to save as a .pdf (SmartBoard software allows this too)Have them go to YouTube – type something in they like and embed it into Ning)MAKE SURE THEY TAKE THE POLLS – MAKE THEM ACTIVE FIRST
  • Social Studies DISCLAIMERThese are just examples, the purpose of our network is to share new ideas and programs!It’s Good Because:IT LETS YOU SEE THEM THINKIT LETS YOU SEE WHAT THEY DON’T KNOW YOU CAN TIME RELEASE BLOGS IN NING
  • It’s Good Because:WHOLE GROUPS CAN ADD AND EDIT INFORMATIONPAGES CAN BE LOCKED BY THE ADMINISTRATORIt’s Bad Because:ASYCHRONOUS FORMATTING CAN BE A PAIN SHOW THE HISTORY TABS AND THE MANAGE WIKI STUFF
  • REALLY GOOD FOR ANNOTATING NOTES – HIGHER LEVEL THINKING SHOW DIIGO STUFF
  • Animoto – show them videos in IRMUN and Global 9 Nings make a videoPollEverywhere – make a poll (how did you get here) Show how to record with SmartBoard software.
  • TAKE THEM THROUGH NING MANAGE AND SETTINGS AND STUFF SHOW THEM EDMODO – GO THROUGH SETTINGS AND STUFF
  • Integrating technology into the classroom (introductory level

    1. 1. Integrating Technology into the Classroom (Introductory Level)<br />Steve Hernon<br />Notre Dame Academy<br />Staten Island, NY <br />
    2. 2. Web 2.0 – Creation & Collaboration<br /><ul><li>Word Processing
    3. 3. PowerPoint
    4. 4. SmartBoards
    5. 5. Web 1.0 </li></ul>Blogs<br />Wikis<br />Social Networks <br />Social Bookmarks <br />
    6. 6. Web 2.0 Teaching & Learning<br />Teachers: <br />Assess learning in new ways <br />Differentiate teaching more easily <br />Students:<br />Think critically<br />Work collaboratively<br />Communicate appropriately<br />Create knowledge <br />
    7. 7. What do you need to know?<br />Hard to make mistakes<br />Creating pictures<br />Creating .pdf files<br />Embedding things <br />
    8. 8. Our Professional Network <br />Powered by:<br />
    9. 9. What do you need to know?<br />Hard to make mistakes<br />Creating pictures<br />You can use PowerPoint<br />Just “Save As” a picture format (.jpeg, .gif, .tiff,.png)<br />Creating .pdf files<br />Microsoft Office “Save As” <br />Embedding things <br />Cut and paste the embed code of <br /> videos and widgets (and other things)<br />
    10. 10. Best Practices - Blogs <br />Examples:<br />Document a Day 4/19 APWH<br />Document a Day 4/13 APWH<br />Document a Day 4/12 APWH<br />Document a Day 3/22 Global<br />Document a Day 3/22 #3 Global<br />KivaBlogs<br />
    11. 11. Best Practices - Wikis <br />Examples:<br />Be Sure You're Able To Do - APWH<br />Commodities Exchange: Salt<br />EU & Small Islands’ Resolution<br />
    12. 12. Social Bookmarking <br />Diigo<br />
    13. 13. Assorted Stuff <br />SlideShare- what to do with all those PowerPoints? ($0)<br />VoiceThread – fantastic ($60/year for teachers)<br />Animoto – video creation (free for teachers)<br />PollEverywhere – create polls (free OR $50 for teachers)<br />YouTube, Vimeo, TeacherTube – video sharing (all free) – make screencasts<br />
    14. 14. Course Management: Ning vs. Edmodo<br />
    15. 15. Tips <br />Jump in<br />Start small<br />Practice without students (use fake accounts)<br />Check privacy and look-over your school’s technology and social networking policies.<br />Chrome web browser <br />
    16. 16. SmartBoard Common Errors <br />Not responding to voting device information.<br />Moving too fast.<br />Too many visuals.<br />

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