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TIE 300 Session #4 October 4, 2012

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1 TIE 300 Session #4 October 4, 2012

2 Welcome Back! Today’s Agenda: Check in PLN resources Ryan & Jacklen’s Tech in Ed Presentations Social Bookmarking Break Tech Tac Toe explained/explored Web 2.0 Cool Tool: Quizlet

3 Check in Checking in: how are things? Anything Nicole needs to know?

4 PLN Additional Resources Richard Byrne’s Free Technology for Teachers: classroom.html?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+freetech4teachers%2Fc GEY+%28Free+Technology+for+Teachers%29#.UFdqSkJJRD4 classroom.html?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+freetech4teachers%2Fc GEY+%28Free+Technology+for+Teachers%29#.UFdqSkJJRD4 Illinois Computing Educators: I.C.E. http://www.iceberg.org

5 Tech in Ed Presentations Ryan: Personal Learning Networks Jacklen: Digital Storytelling

6 Social Bookmarking

7 Diigo

8 Al Rowell, February 2011 Social bookmarking

9 Break! Ten Minutes, please.

10 Tech Tac Toe Tools Tech, Tac, Toe Tools – 12 points – due 11/8 by midnight The purpose of this assignment is for students to demonstrate their skills related to the use and integration of technology and their respective grade levels and areas of certification by creating three technology activities using Web 2.0 tools. These tools will be submitted through students’ websites. *Student Choice must be improved by Instructor prior to start

11 Tech Tac Toe Tools Requirements: 1.Create a sample of the technology tool you have chosen. For example if you were showing “BibMe” you would create a sample bibliography. If you were showing “Prezi” you would create a sample Prezi. 2.Add a link to your sample (or embed the sample) on your professional website. You may choose to have all three samples together on one page of the website or give each tool their own page 3.Create a separate blog post for each tech tool (a total of 3 blog posts). Give some background on what your sample is showing us. Reflect on the tool: was it easy to learn and use? Can you see it helping with student instruction? Would you use it in your classroom? Embed or place a link to your sample for us to see. Remember: the best blog posts should be written for total strangers! Example: module-4-sceencast-o-matic.html module-4-sceencast-o-matic.html

12 QR Code Lesson To Introduce and kick off a unit of instruction: QR Code Treasure Hunt: _mystery/qr.php _mystery/qr.php Everything QR related:

13 Blabberize Send a message from an animal: Write a report on a person: Leave a message for students:

14 Wordle Word clouds Visual representations Words that are written multiple times appear larger than others Student examples: 2012.html Ways to use:

15 Wordle

16 Voicethread Voicethread is a multimedia slideshow that allows users to comment on each slide Slides can contain images, documents, or videos Visitors can comment in 5 different ways: microphone, telephone, text, audio, and webcam. Visitors can also “doodle” as they comment Embed right into your blog, or several other locations Export (for a fee) to mp3 or dvd Can be private or public Anyone can sign up for a free account and make 5 Voicethreads. Educators can apply for an educator account and make up to 50 Voicethreads. Classroom accounts available for a fee See how Voicethread is used with students:

17 Voicethread Nicole’s Example: Ideas for using Voicethread

18 Glogster Glogster is an interactive poster site. There are regular and education accounts available Students can add music, videos, links to websites, and images to existing templates Glogs can be embedded into sites or published to Twitter, Facebook, Google +, and Tumblr Use with Students: All About Me Glog A unit summary glog See some great examples here: gital_Storytelling

19 Screencasts Screencasts are videos that give directions. In most instances they involve capturing (recording with audio) your computer screen. For example, if you wanted to teach students how to post a blog comment to your blog you could create a screencast demonstrating how and post it for them to view on their own Why Screencasts? Helps visual learners You can embed these in blogs and wikis so students can view at their leisure Acts as a “rewind” for students that need to see something multiple times to grasp the concept Provides step by step instructions Screencasts can be linked to or saved as videos

20 Screencasts Jing is a download. A small “sun” sits in the corner of your computer screen ready for use at anytime Used also for screenshots 5 minutes recording max. 15 minute recording time Free hosting, or export as movie Record from your webcam Examples: This is an example of a screencast explaining a website I made. I used it in my TIE portfolio: This example tells my students how to post to our school blog: http://screencast-o- http://screencast-o-

21 Screencasts Record a sketch with or without voice Free hosting Viewers can follow with an RSS feed Web based program for mac or pc Recorded screencasts will even play on the iPhone! Easy to embed or publish to Facebook, Twitter or YouTube

22 Yodio Use with Students: Add voice to a slide show by calling in your audio from your phone! Here’s an example I made on how to use Yodio. Included is an example of my daughter giving a book talk: Book reports All About Me Record audio while on a field trip Here’s an example of a social studies teacher explaining how to use the tool and then showing them a useful website:

23 Concept Maps: Concept maps similar to Popplet Edit multiple sheets at one time No sign up required Organize concept maps in folders Share sheets with ‘edit, read only or no access’ privledges Free accounts allow 3 saved sheets Educational accounts available More:

24 Web 2.0 Cool Tool: Quizlet Online flash card service

25 Due Next Week Catch up, Tech in Ed, Tech-Tac-Toe

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