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Picnik, Edmodo, Prezi Presentation Kelli Hoff, Ashley Kellenberger, and London Avery December 6 th, 2011 Technology in Education Professor Arlys Peterson
“Edmodo is a secure, social learning platform for teachers, students, schools and districts. We provide a safe and easy way for your class to connect and collaborate, share content and access homework, grades and school notices.” What is Edimodo?
Before starting the student will need a six digit group code from their teacher. Then they can go to the website and click on the “I’m a student” button They then can enter their group code They will then need to complete the registration and then their in! How a student gets started
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Visit Edimodo and set up a free account, and then fill out the registration. After you sign up the first thing to do is create your groups. If you are a teacher how do you get started?
Step 1: In the left-hand column of your home page, select the “create” link. Step 2: Give your group a name, complete the details of your group and select “create”. Step 3: Once you’ve successfully created a group, Edmodo will display the group name in the left-hand navigation bar of your home page. You will see the 6- digit code for the group you’ve just created on the right-hand panel. This is the code you will use to invite your students to the group. How to create a group
After you create a group you will get a message with your group code. How do I find my group code?
You can create communities for your school or district. There are also parent accounts on edimodo for communication What are some neat features you can use as a teacher?
Who uses Prezi? Business meetings Students for classroom presentations Churches Politicians
What is Prezi used for? A cloud based presentation software that can include whiteboards and slides within a presentation. It can be used as a bulletin board or as a brainstorming map. Prezi Tutorial
Account Options Public Account(FREE) -Create a prezi that can be shown and shared at Prezi.com -Download finished prezis so you can present offline -100 MB of storage available on Prezi.com Enjoy Account ($59/year with first 30 days free) -Public account + the option to make content private, published, or shared with selected individuals -Use your own logo, instead of Prezi’s -Get support responses from Prezi employees within 1 business day -Total of 500 MB of storage available on Prezi.com Pro Account ($159/year with first 30 days free) -Public account + Enjoy account + a license to create Prezi’s offline -Total of 2000 MB of storage available on Prezi.com
Getting Started Use a zebra (tool used to move, delete, edit, etc. materials) to make a Prezi presentation Learn how to move, scale, and rotate objects How to work zooming in and out on objects Create the path of the presentation Learn how to frame individual items or items that have a relation between them Learn how to group objects within the element together Decide which object to send to the back and what object to be at the front Next LevelFinishing Learn how to share your Prezi with others you want to have access to it Invite others to edit the Prezi presentation after you have made it Learn how to navigate your presentation and how to use it in front of others
Why Prezi over Microsoft Powerpoint? Provides a way for putting ideas and images on a canvas that can be resized to show importance, moved around strategically, and grouped together in a creative way Provides a way to get the audience engaged in the information by providing an engaging presentation by adding movement and different designs to present the information