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Project Connect: Connect & Collaborate: Session A: Sept 18

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Project Connect: Connect & Collaborate: Session A: Sept 18

  1. 1. Connect & Collaborate Session A
  2. 2. Project Connect Survey• www.sjsd.k12.mo.us• You must be logged in.➡ Click on Teaching and Learning ➡ Project Connect ➡ Project Connect Surveys ➡ Teacher Survey
  3. 3. Our Teamhttp://twitter.com/Proj3ctConn3ct http://sjsdblogs.com/instructionaltechnology/
  4. 4. Session A Purposeful collaboration at all levels: classroom, school, community & world• Collaborative Tools• Protocols for Online Collaborative Experiences• Connecting Your Classroom
  5. 5. Instant Buttons
  6. 6. Bon “App”etite• Google Drive (free, not on list)• Diigo (free)• Socrative (free, not on list)• Groupboard (free)• iCardSort (Paid, Self Service)• Camera (Free Apple app that is already on your iPad!)
  7. 7. Battery loaded by icatus
  8. 8. www.sjsd.k12.mo.us
  9. 9. Why did you pick this session?
  10. 10. Google Drive
  11. 11. SJSD Learner Profile
  12. 12. Collaboration• Working Together Online • First 3 Sections • Last 3 Sections• Fostering Online Collaboration• Collaboration Tools• ePals
  13. 13. As you read...You will receive a focus questionbased on your selected reading. Use the Web Highlighter to annotate text. losing clarity by Sandy Hombre
  14. 14. Working Together Online (first 3 sections)What norms should be established to ensurea solid online working environment?
  15. 15. Working Together Online (last 3 sections)What norms should be established to ensurea solid online working environment?
  16. 16. ePalsWhat strategies does ePals utilize topromote effective collaboration?
  17. 17. Fostering Online CollaborationWhat can teachers do to facilitate thecollaborative process online?
  18. 18. Collaboration Tools (net.educause)What are the characteristics of an effectivecollaborative tool?
  19. 19. Pick your tool for your purpose.
  20. 20. Google Drive
  21. 21. Protocols NeededAs a team, create a protocol on Google Drive to highlight the key points for your focus question.
  22. 22. m.socrative.com Room Number: 108141
  23. 23. Groupboard
  24. 24. GroupboardInvite a partner to your Board and create a nonlinguistic representation of online collaboration.Save your image to your camera roll and email it to:proj3ctconn3ct@posterous.comAdd a caption in the subject line!
  25. 25. iCardSort
  26. 26. iCardSort Get with your PartnerOpen iCardSort on one iPadTogether, create a set of cards that would teach the roles students could assume while completing a collaborative online project.
  27. 27. Camera
  28. 28. Camera In groups of 3-4, create a 30-60second video role-playing the effective use of a norm for online collaboration.Attach the video to an email and sendit to: proj3ctconn3ct@posterous.com Add a caption in the subject line!
  29. 29. student_iPad_school 175 by flickingerbradFinding Classrooms
  30. 30. Saint Joseph Digital Express
  31. 31. We Become Better Educators When We Work Together
  32. 32. Twitter
  33. 33. Twitter
  34. 34. Twitter
  35. 35. TwitterMoved to Google Doc
  36. 36. ePals
  37. 37. Us!!!instructional.technology@sjsd.k12.mo.us
  38. 38. Session A Purposeful collaboration at all levels: classroom, school, community & world• Collaborative Tools• Protocols for Online Collaborative Experiences• Connecting Your Classroom
  39. 39. Our Teamhttp://twitter.com/Proj3ctConn3ct http://sjsdblogs.com/instructionaltechnology/

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