Using Web 2.0: Blogs, Wikis, Podcasts College KLA Meeting Thursday 21 st May 2009.

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  • Using Web 2.0: Blogs, Wikis, Podcasts College KLA Meeting Thursday 21 st May 2009
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  • In their own words: About Us We are students: the ones who come to school every day, raise our hands with safe questions, and keep our heads down. Except, now we have a voicea strong voiceto share our ideas through a global network. http://students2oh.org/
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  • DEFINITION WEB 2.0 Second-generation web where content and applications are created, collaborated on and shared by the web community
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  • A WORD OF ADVICE Web 2.0 are tools, and should be used as just that. I dont think that it is intended to be challenging. If I were you, I would pick and choose what you like and leave the rest of them behind. I would not fret as much on the ones that dont work for you. http://students2oh.org/
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  • DEFINITION - BLOGS (web logs) Online journals which are continually updated. Blogs combine text, images, links to other blogs and web pages. Allow instant publishing Create a space for dialogue between writer and audience
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  • IN PLAIN ENGLISH Go to my Vodpod site to watch a great clip called Blogs in Plain English, downloaded from Teacher Tube. Click here: Robyn Lynch's Videos If you want more information about getting a Vodpod site for yourself, drop me an email.
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  • BLOGS WHAT FOR? Writing and publishing work Sharing reflections on learning Online discussions and debating Sharing resources Organising group work Communicating with students eg posting assignments and instructions These work for teachers/faculties too
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  • SOME EXAMPLES Callaghan College Transition Blog Boys blogging books TechnoLOTE the Journal of Harriet Tubman History project the Journal of Harriet Tubman 9th Grade English A teachers adventures in cyberspace Goodnight Mister Tom novel study Goodnight Mister Tom The FlatPlanetProject online collaboration project across continents The FlatPlanetProject Yr 7 Math Collaboration Nation - Social Studies 5th Grade classroom blog Computer Literacy class Reading program blog Yr 11 and 12 Maths Mullumbimby Writers
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  • AND SOME MORE U.S. History class witten by the students U.S. History class Art on the move Urban Music middle school music class Urban Music Electronic pencil - 6th grade writing Art Happenings Social Sciences 8th Grade English student blogs 8th Grade English Year 10 English Year 7 Math Booktalk Guerilla Season a novel study Guerilla Season Maths videos online
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  • WHERE CAN I GET ONE? http://edublogs.org/ http://globalteacher.org.au/wp- signup.php?new= http://globalteacher.org.au/wp- signup.php?new https://www.blogger.com/start
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  • WHY GLOBALTEACHER? An Australian campus of Edublog Unlike Blogger, WordPress and other blogging services Global Teacher provides a managed environment and promotes safe cyber practices. Teacher Blogs, Student Blogs and Classroom Blogs Lots of support
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  • HOW DO I GET ONE? 1.Go to Global Teacher (note the address -.org)Global Teacher 2.Click here OR 3.Scroll down the page till you get to Admin, then click on Teacher Blogs. 4.Follow the instructions
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  • HERES HOW TO SIGN UP:
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  • LIMIT THE ACCESS
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  • ACTIVATE CHECK YOUR EMAIL Click on the link in your email to activate your blog Log in using your username and password Start blogging
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  • YOUR NEW BLOG Log in here to edit and customise your blog
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  • THE DASHBOARD where you do stuff Add content here Tools
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  • EXPLORING THE DASHBOARD http://transition.globalteacher.org.au/
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  • VIDEO TUTORIAL http://edublogs.org/videos/
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  • HOW DO I GET RID OF IT?
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  • DEFINITIONS - WIKIS Collaborative website and authoring that allows users to easily add, remove and edit content
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  • IN PLAIN ENGLISH Go to my Vodpod site to watch a great clip called Wikis in Plain English, downloaded from Teacher Tube. Click here: Robyn Lynch's Videos If you want more information about getting a Vodpod site for yourself, drop me an email.
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  • WIKIS WHAT FOR? Creating simple websites with only basic ICT skills Students can write, revise and submit tasks in response to feedback Collaborating group assignments, tasks Sharing resources that everyone can access and build on Recording and sharing responses, information, experiences, ideas These work for teachers/faculties too.
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  • SOME EXAMPLES: Adams News Ah - Bon - French http://educationalwikis.wikispaces.com/Example s+of+educational+wikis http://educationalwikis.wikispaces.com/Example s+of+educational+wikis Bookleads Booktalking with you 5th Grade Class Wiki Westwood Schools computer technologies Westwood Schools Media Class Wiki Digital Literacy
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  • AND SOME MORE Callaghan College KLA meetings a wiki I set up to show how wikis might be used to organise an event. Callaghan College KLA meetings Ken Steneck's Science class The Scientific Shamrock Year 7 ICT Year 8 History CO-Connections an elementary school worth a look CO-Connections Mrs McDaid's Science class 5th Grade - Written communication
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  • WHERE CAN I GET ONE? http://www.wetpaint.com/ http://www.wikispaces.com/
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  • HOW DO I GET ONE? 1.Go to http://www.wetpaint.com/ http://www.wetpaint.com/ 2.Follow the instructions 3.Thats it George Bush discovers Wikipedia
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  • HERES HOW: Check out the In Plain English clip
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  • LIMIT THE ACCESS Selecting this option limits who can edit a DET requirement
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  • Select a style, then INVITE YOUR COLLABORATORS
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  • CHECK OUT THE HELP: Click here to remove ads education sites qualify
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  • HOW DO I GET RID OF IT? Scroll to the bottom of your Wetpaint page Click on Contact Wetpaint Send an email - include your site URL, name and the email address associated to your account.
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  • SOME TUTORIALS Do a search on TeacherTuber or YouTube for Wiki tutorials or Blog tutorials this will return plenty of video clips. Try also: Teachers First Wiki Walk-Through Teachers First Wiki Walk-Through Help Teachers Help Teachers Cap Chatter Wikispace Cap Chatter Wikispace
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  • WHAT CAN I INCLUDE ON MY BLOG/WIKI? voki characters voki animoto video shows animoto podcasts stored in podomatic or GcastpodomaticGcast presentations created in voicethreadvoicethread presentations uploaded to slideshareslideshare videos from TeacherTubeTeacherTube an animation from fodeyfodey word clouds from wordlewordle a clustr map to find out where all their visitors come fromclustr map screen captures of websites from jing project (download the program for free)jing project poetry created at pic litspic lits
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  • HERES SOME MORE: Images with speech bubblesspeech bubbles Cartoons and animations created with goanimategoanimate Timetoast timelines Timetoast Scrapblog multimedia scrapbook pages Scrapblog Photo montages with text from tabblotabblo Videos from teachertubeteachertube Comic strips and storyboards created with pixtonpixton Add an oline test from EasyTestmakerEasyTestmaker Add a Quizmaker quizQuizmaker
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  • ONLINE COLLABORATION PROJECTS These sites will link you up with classrooms around the world. You and your students can collaborate on a project with all sorts of interesting people. Global Gateway Global Gateway ePalsePals OzProjects OzProjects iEARN Collaboration Project iEARN Collaboration Project Global School Global School
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  • DEFINITION - PODCASTS Digital audio or video files that is distributed through the internet for playback on a mobile device or personal computer (from the words iPod and broadcast).
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  • IN PLAIN ENGLISH Go to my Vodpod site to watch a great clip called Podcasting in Plain English, downloaded from Teacher Tube. There is also a clip called Podcasts in 5 east steps you may want to watch. Click here: Robyn Lynch's Videos If you want more information about getting a Vodpod site for yourself, drop me an email.
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  • PODCASTS WHAT FOR? Sharing reflections on learning Sharing resources Sharing resources that everyone can access Recording and sharing responses, information, experiences, ideas These work for teachers/faculties too.
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  • WHERE DO I GET THEM? Podcasts in the Classroom Education podcasts Learning in Hand WHERE CAN I GET THE TOOLS? Juice How to Podcast Other Podcasting Tools and Tutorials
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  • IM READY FOR THE NEXT STEP Try these sites for ideas: Cool tools for schools Cool tools for schools Web 2.0 Teaching Tools Web 2.0 Teaching Tools go2web2 go2web2 Education 2.0 Education 2.0 Glogster- create online posters Glogster Scholastic's Class Homepage Builder 3 easy steps Scholastic's Class Homepage Builder Classtools- free, customisable flash templates to embed into blogs, wikis and websites Classtools
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  • A final comment from the blog of We are the new horizon. We are the future of education. We are Students 2.0. -http://students2oh.org/http://students2oh.org/