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Web 2.0 for Teachers and Students

  1. 1. Web 2.0 Tools for Teachers and Students Dr. Sue Slick, Dr. Dayle Upham, Dr. Vickie Johnston, Ms. Karen DiBella
  2. 2. Digital Natives
  3. 3. PROJECT-BASED LEARNING SITES Project-Based Learning On Line Org Project Based Checklists for Teacher Org. Edutopia Project Based Learning Video Buck Institute for Project Based Learning Padeia Center Org.
  4. 4. BLOGGING SITES Edublog see a wide variety of award winners related to education. Edublog Awards Weebly See sample Graduate Student Weebly Site Blogger See example Slick Tech World Blog Wordpress Often used by Eng teacher. Sample Two Writing Teachers Blog Kidblog For K-12 Students
  5. 5. DIGITAL STORYTELLING Center for Digital Storytelling Digital Storyteller.Org Educational Uses of Digital Storytelling (Univ. of Houston) Ed Tech Resources About Stortelling Storybird
  6. 6. FOR CREATING MULTIMEDIA Glogster Animoto Voicethread Kerpoof Sliderocket We Video Collaborative Online Video Creation FOR SHARING MULTIMEDIA Edmodo Slideshare.net
  7. 7. Working with Photos Flickr Yahoo Teaching With Flickr – Wikispace Picasa Google Teaching with Picasa Wikspaces Photoshow Roxio Big Hug Labs. com Unique Projects with Photos iPiccy.com Simply Photo Editing Sumopaint Advanced Photo Editing  For Big Hugs Labs, iPiccy, and Sumopaint see Untangling the Web Interactive Ebook by Stephen E. Dembo and Adam S. Bellow. (slide 18)
  8. 8. COMICS Pixton ToonDooSpaces Alice.Org Storytelling PrimaryAccess.Org
  9. 9. PUBLISHING ON LINE (some create ebooks) Storyjumper Youblisher YuDu.com Flipsnack Epubbud,com MixBook.com
  10. 10. SHARING SITES and RESOURCES Diggo An ideal social networking site that allows teachers to create student account and share and annotated links. Zoho Wiki Similar to Google Apps a suite offers a secure way for students to create docs and share Symbaloo A great visual way to share sites and resources. Zunai.com Webquest generator.
  11. 11. More Resources For Using Technology with Students Free4Teachers.com A very detailed site with great resources and ideas. Won the Best Ed Tech Blog 2012! Terry Freedman Amazing Web Projects A booklet than can be distributed free with great Web 2.0 projects created by teachers and students All of the tools referred to in this presentation are available with links to the web on Pinterest at Slick Board Web 2.0 Tools on Pinterest
  12. 12. Collecting, Sharing, Visual Learning Pinterest Pindemy a free tool that allows one to create a step-by- step tutorial or photo story. Art Teacher Graduate Shares Difference in Pinterest and Pindemy Skitch (a screen capture connected to Evernote)  The Web 2.0 Tools Today are on the following Pinterest Site  http://www.pinterest.com/sslick3240/boards/
  13. 13. Brainstorming Popplet.com See Blog Post Using Popplet Creative Ways to Use Popplet in the Classroom Popplet in an Elementary Classroom Padlet Using Padlet in the Classroom Stormboard Linoit
  14. 14. Word Clouds Word it Out Wordle Tagxedo Word Clouds for Kids Tagul Ways to Use Word Clouds with Students
  15. 15. The Next Generation of Learners
  16. 16. For More Information About the Net Generation Web 2.0 and Emerging Learning Technologies Next_Generatio For a new book about using the web check out Untangling the Web Interactive Ebook by Stephen E. Dembo and Adam S. Bellow. Sample Chapter Untangling the Web
  17. 17. GREAT RESOURCES ABOUT TOOLS FreeTech4Teachers Richard Byrne Larry Ferlazzo Edublog E Coach Teaching On Line Teachwith the Web Wiki Spaces Play With Media.com Cool Tools for Schools Wikispace
  18. 18. Presentators’ Information Dr. Sue Slick, Dr. Dayle Upham, Dr. Vickie Johnston vjohnston@fgcu.edu Florida Gulf Coast University College of Education 10501 FGCU Blvd S Fort Meyers, FL 33965-6565 Ms. Karen DiBella kdibella@utm.edu Education Studies The University of Tennessee at Martin 332C Gooch Hall Martin, TN 38238