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Presentation on theme: "FARMINGTON AREA PUBLIC SCHOOLS SUMMER TECHNOLOGY ACADEMY AUGUST 18TH, 2010 Web 2.0 Tools."— Presentation transcript:


2 What is Web 2.0? Web. 2.0 describes web applications that “facilitate interactive information sharing, user-center design, and collaboration on the World Wide Web.” “Examples of Web 2.0 include web-based communities, web applications, social networking sites, video-sharing sites, wikis, blogs, etc.”

3 District Definitions (AUP draft 8/2) District-approved social media network are defined to include: technologies provided, sponsored, or approved by the District including teacher websites hosted on, teacher and classroom information associated with the District’s student information system, and others which the District has approved for educational

4 District Definitions (AUP draft 8/2) Public social media networks are defined to include: Web sites, Web logs (blogs), wikis, social networks, online forums, virtual worlds, gaming, and any other social media generally available to public or consumers and which do not fall within those technologies that are provided, sponsored, or sanctioned by the District. Examples include: MySpace, Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Flickr, YouTube, blog sites, etc.

5 Teacher Use of Social Media (draft 8/2) Instructors may use public social media networks for instruction subject to the following: The instructor shall ensure that a signed Acceptable Use Agreement is on file for each student prior to any access of online social media, either District- approved or public. The instructor shall ensure that all applicable laws and School Board policy related to data practices, privacy, intellectual property, and publication of student work are followed.

6 Teacher Use of Social Media (draft 8/2) The instructor shall ensure that students comply with any applicable terms of use. The Superintendent or the Superintendent’s designee may determine that specific public social media networks shall not be available for use in instruction or school-sponsored activities.

7 Facebook Terms of Use Registration and Account Security Facebook users provide their real names and information, and we need your help to keep it that way. Here are some commitments you make to us relating to registering and maintaining the security of your account:  You will not provide any false personal information on Facebook, or create an account for anyone other than yourself without permission.  You will not create more than one personal profile.  If we disable your account, you will not create another one without our permission.  You will not use your personal profile for your own commercial gain (such as selling your status update to an advertiser).  You will not use Facebook if you are under 13.  You will not use Facebook if you are a convicted sex offender.  You will keep your contact information accurate and up-to-date.  You will not share your password, (or in the case of developers, your secret key), let anyone else access your account, or do anything else that might jeopardize the security of your account.  You will not transfer your account (including any page or application you administer) to anyone without first getting our written permission.  If you select a username for your account we reserve the right to remove or reclaim it if we believe appropriate (such as when a trademark owner complains about a username that does not closely relate to a user's actual name).

8 Example Web 2.0 Tools

9 How the World Spends its Time Online

10 The Boom of Social Sites

11 Social Networking Map 2010

12 The Conversation Prism

13 COPPA 1. Post a privacy policy on the homepage of the Web site and link to the privacy policy on every page where personal information is collected. 2. Provide notice about the site’s information collection practices to parents and obtain verifiable parental consent before collecting personal information from children. 3. Give parents a choice as to whether their child’s personal information will be disclosed to third parties.

14 COPPA 4. Provide parents access to their child’s personal information and the opportunity to delete the child’s personal information and opt-out of future collection or use of the information. 5. Not condition a child’s participation in a game, contest or other activity on the child’s disclosing more personal information than is reasonably necessary to participate in that activity. 6. Maintain the confidentiality, security and integrity of personal information collected from children.


16 Additional Information COPPA - Guide for Parents-

17 What does this look like to those under 13?

18 Digital Native Map

19 PiratePad

20 Net Guidelines 1. Only post things that you would want everyone (in school, at home, in other countries) to know. 2. Do not share personal information. 3. Think before you post. 4. Know who you’re communicating with. 5. Consider your audience and that you’re representing [your school].

21 Net Guidelines 6. Know how to give constructive feedback. 7. Treat other people the way you want to be treated. 8. Use appropriate language and proper grammar and spelling. 9. Only post information that you can verify is true (no gossiping). 10. Anytime you use media from another source, be sure to properly cite the creator of the original work.

22 Bloom’s Taxonomy- Higher Level Thinking

23 Blogs

24 You Tube: Popular Video

25 Teacher Tube

26 Delicious

27 Flickr: Tell a Story with 5 Photos

28 Wikis


30 Twitter

31 Social Networking

32 Google Lit Trips

33 Google Documents

34 Voice Thread

35 Consider…. Do our district website and tools provide the same capabilities? What is safety like for students? How do you monitor student use?

36 More Web 2.0 Kathy Schrock’s Guide for Educators /edtools.html /edtools.html Social Networks for Teachers networks-teachers-should-know-about/ networks-teachers-should-know-about/ Web 2.0’s Top 1,000 List 2.0-list.htm 2.0-list.htm


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