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November to educators: Let students use online social tools By Michael Allen
Session focused on balance safety and learning in the digital age.
Most people say they’d like to see students engaged.
There is still dependency on the teachers.
Are students adding value to the learning of other students?
Is information flowing out of the classroom.
The real power of the web is that it enables global collaboration.
We’re blocking all the social tools that enable it.
Without technology the schools would barely be up to go.
November recommended that school leaders give teachers access to Skype.
Many school leaders block students’ access to online social tools.
Schools are responsible for what goes on in the class.
Teachers are blocking access to YouTube because it’s bad.
Teachers have you taught the students to use it correctly.
Schools are shrinking a key responsibility.
Facebook might be blocked in school, kids are still using it at home.
Monitor, rather than block, students use of online social tools.
Lightspeed software can block access to certain web sites.
It also captures and reports on students online behavior.
Block access to sites that have no educational value.
Take advantage on monitoring and reporting tools.
Let students use online social tools. By – Destiny Thurman.
Social Networking in Education Presented by Justin R. Clark.
Internet Safety Wendy Varner. Internet Safety –The goal is to educate students on how to avoid dangerous, inappropriate, or unlawful online behavior.
Web 2.0 to continue. Static presentation of data.
Aims: To put ICT and the internet into context To remind ourselves of the risks / benefits of using the internet To share how children will be taught to.
Edmodo “A free and safe way for students and teachers to connect and collaborate.” https://www.edmodo.com.
The Global Projects Initiative in the Primary Schools.
Teachers must identify the site in order to let the students use it.
Presented by Jacki Naughton, Online Education Specialist Frank Tomsic, Director of Online Learning Using Web Tools and Strategies to Enhance Student Engagement.
Mrs. Trisha Sabel Kiel Area School District. Participatory Learning Continuation of Classroom Learning Self-Directed Learning.
Tang Hall Primary School E - Safety Support for parents.
Safety on the Internet MSTI 131 March 23, 2010 By: Nicole Farrell, Cara Accorso, Marissa Petta, Caitlyn Evershed.
Education Transform Resources
Internet Safety Eve Kuhn, Kylie Sawyer, Jessica D’Agostino, Renee Pollard MSTI 131 March 2010.
The 21st century teacher should be able to :. 1- Create and edit digital audio The 21st century teacher should be able to :
SKYPE IN THE CLASSROOM Clay, Bryn, Kirk, Daniel. What is Skype in the Classroom? Skype in the classroom “is a free global community that: TAKEN FROM:
Inspiring Positive Math Mindsets Sharing Success: Document Camera Social Media: o Class website o Twitter o Facebook o Blog Blog Games and Websites:
Internet Safety For Our Children Courtney Ryan, Scott Gray, Christina Ellefsen, Jessica Wheeler, Courtney Witmer.
Open books open minds. Incorporating new technology in the EFL classroom: a transformation in learning and teaching.
The Who, What, Why, and How of Online Tools for Learning January 2010 Web 2.0 in the Classroom.
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