Presentation on theme: "Using Web 2.0 Tools in Art Education: Your Classroom to Your State Association Cris Guenter, Ed.D. Dept. of Education California State University, Chico."— Presentation transcript:
Using Web 2.0 Tools in Art Education: Your Classroom to Your State Association Cris Guenter, Ed.D. Dept. of Education California State University, Chico
Objectives Define Web 1.0, 2.0, & 3.0 Share MERLOT Show difference between blog & wiki Share selected Web 2.0 Tools Provide time for questions and discussion
Quick Overview of Web 2.0 Reference: Dion Hinchcliff’s Web 2.0 Blog http://web2.socialcomputingmagazine.com/all_we_got_was_web_ 10_when_tim_bernerslee_actually_gave_us_w.htm
Web-3.0-advertisng-chart.jpg. (n.d.) In Get the Green Web 3.0 Experience Blog. Retrieved from http://www.treehugger.com/files/2008/10/get-the-green-web-experience-with-truevert.php
Impact on Teaching Brave New World Wide Web blip.tv/file/1262079/ David Truss pairadimes.davidtruss.com
MERLOT Multimedia Educational Resource for Learning and Online Teaching What is MERLOT? http://taste.merlot.org/ MERLOT is a leading edge, user-centered, searchable collection of peer reviewed and selected higher education, online learning materials, catalogued by registered members and a set of faculty development support services. MERLOT's vision is to be a premiere online community where faculty, staff, and students from around the world share their learning materials and pedagogy.
Blog a user-generated website where entries are made in journal style and displayed in a reverse chronological order. The term "blog" is derived from "Web log." "Blog" can also be used as a verb, meaning to maintain or add content to a blog. Thoughts, opinions, from one going out to others; respond only
Blog Uses help to create connections that were previously very difficult or impossible help to provide new channels of information and knowledge promote the use of technology promote writing habits promote reading habits
Wiki a website that allows the visitors themselves to easily add, remove, and otherwise edit and change available content, typically without the need for registration. This ease of interaction and operation makes a wiki an effective tool for mass collaborative authoring. Collaboration with others
Wiki Uses Create and develop group projects such as papers or presentations Post homework, course materials, study guides, peer reviews and more. Develop and share resource collections--such as links, images, clips, etc. Create an electronic portfolio Create a FAQs page for your group Publish an online newsletter Brainstorm ideas and problem solve issues Manage committee work
Animoto http://amimoto.com Animoto for Education http://amimoto.com/education Digital Video Clips Takes just minutes to create a video. Bring your lessons to life. Post/embed videos to a start page, blog, wiki, elsewhere or download them for in-class presentations. Student groups can work together on a project. Animoto example for a captive audience
Suggestions for getting started: Browse MERLOT and find one item that can help you in your teaching. Can you find another item that will help your students? Set up a wiki or blog. Investigate the FREE educational podcasts at the iTunes Store. Take your art photos, upload them to Animoto, and create a digital video portfolio. Explore Cool Tools for Schools and find one application that can help you help your students. Select a topic in Tag Galaxy and peruse the images. Exploration
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