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Etude de cas Etude de cas Action 1: Notes Notes b) Comment faire? c) a) Et puis Matrix Partners preso! Harvard Business Review How to lower the cost of enterprise sales? Pourquoi se débarrasse
de son rôle
d’enseignant "traditionnel" apprentissage
sera
autodirigé i r e é d l'enseignant un site??? il élargit
le travail effectué il promeut l’auto-apprentissage entre par sa fonction
de formation
en hybridation
distance-présentiel Un défi
à relever il favorise sa simplicité The Cost to Acquire a Customer (CAC) exceeds the Life Time Value (LTV) a customer brings us. This is my third go-around selling to large enterprises, SkyStream, Kontiki and now Qumu.

I like to explain to you the problem the way I see it, the changes I suggest to avoid making the same mistake again. and Liens utiles Voici comment
Créer un site!!! Action 2: Action 3: il s’intègre
facilement dans la pratique pédagogique par - l’entraîne à l’auto évaluation - lui apprend à choisir du matériel - l’enseignant développe chez l’apprenant la prise de conscience de l’état présent de ses connaissances et de ses savoir-faire - l’habitue à se fixer des objectifs valables et réalistes, _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ Cadre Européen Commun de Référence
pour les Langues Filmothèque Créer Site FLE et utiliser son pour soutenir son enseignement en classe = utilise
et combine des moyens techniques (PC, internet, projecteur, photocopies
etc.) Pourquoi un site??? Dans ce cadre l'enseignant Parce que respecte
les préacquis,
la motivation, les images socio- affectives et le niveau de compétences
du public cible
(empathie) incite
l’apprenant
à participer
à la recherche des ressources didactiques et à l’élaboration
du matériel
instructif autonomisation opte pour
une pédagogie différenciée e é i conformément aux besoins spécifiques de ses apprenants Dargenta D.-Hélène, D.E.A. Lettres Modernes Françaises, Université d'Athènes Lettres Modernes Françaises, Institut Français d'Athènes D.E.A., Littérature et Civilisation Françaises XVIIe siècle, Paris IV - Sorbonne Curriculum Pourquoi un site FLE
de coiffure??? les élèves frustration adultes
débutants, travailleurs et fatigués l’après-midi où les cours prennent place de l'enseignant peu motivés, submergés par le sentiment de l'impuissance "Pourquoi je dois apprendre le français pour devenir coiffeur?" "De toute manière, je ne pourrai pas m’en sortir..." méfiants envers l’enseignant, qu’ils croient à priori trop exigeant étant donné l’enseignement « classique » du français d’il y a quelques années conscients du système éducatif grec, qui les méprise, mais aussi
qu’ils méprisent
en retour. le Ministère de l'Education pénurie
d’enseignants et
embauche trop retardée des profs coiffeurs les manuels
proposés sont
trop anciens Même
s’il a recours aux photocopies du livre Les apprentis coiffeurs commencent les cours vers le mois de novembre, parfois plus tard :
le cours de français est le seul à avoir lieu pendant ces mois.
Du coup, les apprentis coiffeurs se trouvent à suivre
seulement un cours de langue. on ne les trouve plus au commerce. Le professeur devrait
en photocopier les pages
à enseigner proposé par le Ministère leur utilisation ne se conforme pas aux demandes actuelles d’apprentissage du FLE, telles qu’elles sont décrites au Cadre Le prof risque de donner un cours trop ennuyeux
et ringarde l’enseignant adapte
sa stratégie d’enseignement
Il rend le processus de l’apprentissage
du FLE plus efficace et plus satisfaisant primordialement pour lui-même. interaction Créer et utiliser son site de soutien d’apprentissage du français implication personnelle enseignant apprenti de l'apprenti l'étude
personnelle en classe tout en évitant
ses inconvénients,
tels que la prévision
des questions
de l’élève interaction en classe L’enseignement du français à la section de coiffeurs de l’Ecole Professionnelle de Prévéza :
site "frepasprev.weebly.com" activités
demandées Savoir être Savoir Apprendre notes de cours activités interactives en ligne chansons Savoir faire supplémentaires vidéos peinture films découverte de la culture étrangère
construction des savoirs socioculturels dépôt du matériel pédagogique enseigné remplaçant le manuel classique forme de contact blog
forum
wikis activités de Production des plateformes de communication directes et interactives collaboration commentaires envoie et téléchargement
de fichiers échange de courriel L’apprenti se sent libre
à réviser les connaissances acquises en classe
à se corriger, mais aussi
à élargir ses connaissances linguistiques ou socioculturelles. site = outil polyvalent Il se motive grâce à l’utilisation d’un processus d’apprentissage diversifié. Cette méthodologie permet d’offrir des devoirs plus exigeants, et donc
favorise la confiance en soi à travers la conquête personnelle du savoir. Attention ici! Création de présentations originales: Quelques liens utiles Création de wiki : Création de site :
www.weebly.com
www.wix.com
www.wix.com
www.sch.gr Création de blog :
www.blogspot.com
www.wordpress.com Création d’avatars animés doués de parole: Création en ligne de BD:
http://goanimate.com
http://www.toondoo.com
http://www.pixton.com (à titre indicatif) Glossaire de
notions rencontrées : Oui, mais comment? Actuellement, la création d’un site personnel est devenue très facile! Web 1.0 = les internautes reçoivent les informations transmises par le producteur Web 2.0 = les internautes deviennent des acteurs sociaux; ils contribuent à la production et transmission des informations Créer des comptes personnels et se connecter Enrichir ses pages en insérant des documents écrits et sonores, des vidéos, des peintures, des vokis ... Publier son site sur Internet https://learn20.wikispaces.com/Web+Site+Development https://learn20.wikispaces.com/Blogs
https://www.slidashare.net/npapastam/log-3098061 https://www.wikispaces.com https://prezi.com http://storybird.com https://learn20.wikispaces.com/Web+2.0 http://www.voki.com http://audacity.sourceforge.net Logiciel de traitement et d'édition audio: http://electrology.weebly.com/wiki.html http://www.slideshare.net/UrfistRennes/
introduction-aux-outils-du-web-20-102010 http://prezi.com/5vsqxmbj5e65/cours-sur
-la-creation-de-prezi 100 outils Web 2.0 pour professeurs : http://www.slideshare.net/GoEdOnline/101-web-20-tools-for-teachers-that-you-should-know-about à noter! l'utiliser pendant le cours inciter les élèves à l'utiliser chez eux site!!! Outils Web 2.0! Comment faire? Se connecter et Copy and paste your script into the box and it displays just like a real teleprompter. Plus, it’s free to use. 94.  Cueprompter Upload a large image to Block Posters and create any size wall poster you want for free! 70.  Block Posters                         There’s no other website in the world where teachers can rent streaming educational videos or download eBooks, PowerPoint presentations and interactive games all in one place.

Do me a favor and check it out. 101.  GoEd Online Create beautiful word clouds from text that you provide. Like Tagxedo, it gives prominence to words that appear most frequently. You can save, print and share your creation. 99.  Wordle YouSendIt is an online service that allows you to upload and send large files via email. Use it to send documents to colleagues. 96.  YouSendIt Animate basic web-based paint drawings with Disapainted. It’s a cool way to give life to a simple concept and, since it’s online, it’s even easier to project onto your interactive whiteboard. 91.  Disapainted With a free account, you can create online surveys and quizzes with up to 10 questions. 89.  Poll Daddy If you use social media to communicate with your students about homework assignment due dates, projects, etc., then you should give Hootsuite a try. Use it to schedule message reminders ahead of time so that you don’t risk forgetting, too. 87.  Hootsuite  This nifty website allows you to turn static PDF pages into editable Microsoft Word documents. 85.  Convert pdf to word Teacher Planet has hundreds of downloadable templates for lesson plans, rubrics and more. 84.  Teacher Planet   While some argue that Wikipedia isn’t the most academic place to go for information, it’s a fantastic reference for quick facts and getting on the right track. 79.  Wikipedia                          dotSUB is especially useful for foreign language teachers. Use it to watch videos with subtitles in the target language, or upload your own video and create your own subtitles. 76.  dotSUB        Tricider is great for online brainstorming and voting and can be used to gather feedback from your students on class projects and awards. 74.  Tricider                            Create and publish your own online survey or quiz in minutes. You can make 10-question surveys with 100 respondents for free. 73.  SurveyMonkey                            Screenr is one of the best instant screencast tools available. It’s free and you can record on your PC or Mac, play it anywhere—even on your iPhone. 72.  Screenr                           Select the award template you want from the list of categories. Then download it, fill it out and print! Premium templates without a watermark are available for a small fee. 68.  Certificate Street                       Easily find images and files that can be freely used for worksheets, presentations and more with the Creative Commons Search. 67.  Creative Commons Search   Mindomo is another online mind mapping tool. It’s neat because you can collaborate in real-time with others and share/embed what you’ve created. 64.  Mindomo                     If you want to show a YouTube video in class that isn’t entirely appropriate or relevant, use Tubechop to cut out all of the excess and only keep what you want to show. 63.  TubeChop                   TypeIt is handy for foreign language teachers and students. Use it to easily type accents and diacritics online without a language-specific keyboard. 62.  TypeIt               Upload and display documents in your browser without Flash or any plugins and then use the Crocodoc tools to write comments, edit and highlight. 60.  Crocodoc             With Meebo, you can chat with students on different instant messaging platforms without having to download or use that specific platform yourself. 56.  Meebo Messenger       ClassMarker is an online quiz and test creation website. As an educator, you get 100 free tests taken (and graded!) per month. 54.  ClassMarker      Use Create-a-Graph to make attractive graphs for free. Choose from bar, line, area, pie and simple XY coordinate graphs. 52.  Create-a-Graph     MediaFire is a free file and image hosting website. It is nice because you can upload and download your documents from any computer with an internet connection. 50.  MediaFire   BibMe might be the easiest way to create a works cited page. You can search for a book, article, website or film and it automatically generates the information for you. 49.  BibMe   Scribd is a web 2.0 document sharing site where you can upload, store and embed various types of files. 48.  Scribd   Use Diigo to highlight text and images on webpages that you’ve found and then access them at a later date from your Diigo account. 46.  Diigo    Dabbleboard is an online whiteboard drawing interface that allows you to collaborate and share your work with an unlimited number of users. 44.  Dabbleboard TeacherTube is exactly what it sounds like—YouTube for teachers. 43.  TeacherTube Google Sites is a free and easy way to create and share webpages and wikis. 41. Google Sites     An instant messaging program that only requires a Google account. 40. Google Talk    Use Dictionary.com as a quick reference for words that your students don’t know. 38. Dictionary.com      Forvo is the world’s largest pronunciation dictionary. It’s very valuable for foreign language teachers. 37. Forvo      Penzu is home to what is probably the most realistic imitation of lined paper on the internet. This nifty online journal is accessible from any computer with the internet, so it’s great for writing prompts and class notes. 35. Penzu       SlideShare is one of the most popular ways to upload and share PowerPoint presentations and other documents. 33. SlideShare     Create attractive and professional graphic organizers like Venn diagrams and flow charts. 31. Gliffy    Yugma instantly shares your desktop with a single student for free. Use it for providing extra afterschool help to struggling students. 29. Yugma   As one of the largest and most popular flashcard creation websites around, Quizlet allows students and teachers to customize their own “sets” of flashcards. 27. Quizlet  Screencast-O-Matic is an online screen recorder with a one-click recording feature. You can use it from your browser on either a Windows or Mac computer. 25. Screencast-O-Matic This website is a little bit like YouTube because you can watch streaming videos. However, it’s very different because each video shares teaching ideas and methods that can be implemented in a classroom. 23. Teaching Channel Vimeo is kind of like YouTube in that it is a place for you to easily upload any kind of video you create—even high definition. 21. Vimeo  Google Calendar is great for planning lessons, exams and keeping track of assignment due dates. 19. Google Calendar  Create, share and collaboratively edit documents using a Google account. Google Docs is especially useful for group projects where students are working together on an assignment. 16. Google Docs  Prezi is a really neat cloud-based presentation program that allows you to zoom in and out. 15. Prezi  Like Photobucket, Flickr is another free image hosting service that allows you to access your files from any computer with an internet connection. 13. Flickr Many teachers create a class Twitter account and use it as a way for students to contact them with questions about homework, due dates, and exams. 11. Twitter Celly is a free group text messaging program for schools with no user limit. It’s easy to start a group chat and create a class poll using text messages. 9. Celly Animate a picture of yourself with Gizmoz’s avatar creation studio. Your students will get a kick out of it! 7. Gizmoz   Create and manage your own teacher blog as well as student blogs. You can customize designs and include videos, images and podcasts. Best of all, it’s safe and secure. 4. Edublogs Edmodo is a social network that you set up for
your class. It looks like, feels like and smells like Facebook; however, it employs many safety precautions that keep students on task. 3. Edmodo Use Animoto to easily create presentations and videos with your own images and music, or choose from a library of stock files. 2. Animoto CONGRATULATIONS!!! You made it to the end of 101 Web 2.0 Tools for Teachers You Should Know About.

Thanks for taking an hour to read it! I hope you discovered some useful websites that you didn’t already know about.

Sincerely,
Erik Schreefel
www.GoEdOnline.com Create videos in collaboration with your social network. The online video editing tools are useful if you don’t already have video editing software on your computer. 98.  Memplai This web 2.0 tool uses cell phones and/or laptops to gather feedback from students. You can post as many questions as you’d like, which is nice if you have several classes. 97.  Socrative Live Binders is a cool online storage and organization tool. You can use it to create tabs for your important documents. 93.  Live Binders Share Grammarly with your students because it’s a user friendly way to improve a paper. Simply copy and paste text into the box and click “check text.” 92.  Grammarly Use Zoomerang to create an unlimited number of online surveys and polls that can be answered via email, Facebook, Twitter or your website. Quizzes with up to 10 questions and 100 responses are free. 90.  Zoomerang Microsoft Worldwide Telescope allows your computer to act as a virtual telescope by bringing together images from the most advanced telescopes around the world. 88.  Microsoft Worldwide
Telescope Online Stopwatch is a web-based stopwatch that is easy to display on an interactive whiteboard and can count up or down. Use it for timed exams, essays, and standardized tests. 86.  Online Stopwatch   Writeboard allows you to create sharable, web-based text documents that let you save and view every version of your content. It can be used as an individual or collaboratively which makes it perfect for group assignments. 83.  Writeboard Use Cramberry to create, study and share your flashcards online. You can download the Cramberry app on your iPhone, iPod Touch or iPad to access your flashcards on-the-go. 82.  Cramberry            Engrade has thousands of members who utilize its free grade book, messaging, homework calendar, quizzes, attendance tracker and more. It’s one of my favorite web 2.0 tools. 81.  Engrade                                  If you have a BYOD (bring your own device) policy at your school, you can use Appolicious to find a mobile app that fits your lesson plans. 80.  Appolicious                                SchoolTube is a moderated video sharing website for K-12 students and teachers. Find videos on everything from anime to zoology. 78.  SchoolTube                    AuthorSTREAM is another one of many websites that allow you to upload a PowerPoint presentation and access it from any computer with an internet connection. 71.  AuthorSTREAM                            youconvertit is a good online conversion website that allows you to convert and send files up to 100MB. You also enjoy 200MB of free storage. 69.  youconvertit                       If you tend to provide your students with a lot of links to online readings, activities, etc., you should look into using bitly’s link shortening service. 66.  bitly                        Enjoy 10GB of free file storage at 4shared. Since everything is stored in the cloud, you can access it from any computer with an internet connection. 65.  4shared                      Customize, create and share your own educational games with Sharendipity. You don’t need any programming skills to get started. Just choose one of several game templates or start from scratch. 61.  Sharendipity               Use EasyBib to automatically generate works cited and bibliography information for academic papers using MLA, APA and Chicago/Turabian citation styles. 59.  EasyBib             PrimaryPad is an online word processor that allows students and teachers to work together in real-time. 58.  Primary Pad             Blabberize is a fun web 2.0 tool that allows you to upload a picture (of a person or animal), select its mouth, and make it talk by adding an audio file. 57.  Blabberize          Use Bubbl.us to create colorful online mind maps. It’s great for class discussions and brainstorming sessions. 55.  Bubbl.us      Remember the Milk is a free online to-do list and task manager. It’s cool because you can use it from a number of different platforms including Gmail, Twitter, iPad, iPhone, Android, and more. 53.  Remember the Milk      Keep track of websites that you’ve visited and add searchable notes to them. 51.  Google Bookmarks     Create and upload your own podcast or find a variety of free podcasts on Podomatic. 45.  Podomatic   Gmail is one of the most versatile free email programs out there. It’s really easy to use and you can access it from any computer with an internet connection. 42. Gmail   Wallwisher is basically an online message board where you post “Sticky Notes.” You can make one for yourself to help you remember important events and dates, or create one for your class. 39. Wallwisher      Create your own comic strip for free. You can write in English, Spanish, French, German, Italian, Portuguese and Latin. 36. Make Beliefs Comix       This website is an online collection of historical military records. There are millions of images and documents that can be searched and annotated with additional information. 30. Fold3   With Dipity, you can find, create and embed interactive timelines. The best part is that you can add photos to customize the look of each timeline. 28. Dipity  WeVideo is an online video editing program that you can use collaboratively with others. It is easy to add effects, music and narration to a personal or group project. 26. WeVideo   Use IMDb, the internet movie database, to see if there are any movies that are relevant to the topic you’re teaching. 22. IMDb Evernote allows you to take notes that are accessible from any of the computers, phones or tablets that you use. 20. Evernote Recently, YouTube launched an education-specific version of the website called YouTube for Teachers. 18. YouTube   Google Earth puts the planet’s geographic information at your fingertips and can be utilized in a variety of educational activities. 17. Google Earth   Create a class blog where you post links to helpful readings and give updates on assignments. It’s free to sign up and start a blog. 14. WordPress VoiceThread’s group conversations are stored and shared in one place, from anywhere in the world. It allows you to create multimedia slideshows with images, videos and documents. 10. VoiceThread  Screencast is another media storage website. With a free account, you get 2GB of storage and 2GB of bandwidth a month. 8. Screencast   Store and share your images and videos for free. It’s a handy tool for transferring files between your home and class computer. 6. Photobucket With a free option for K-12 teachers, Wikispaces is a great tool for making custom webpages that your students can edit together. 5. Wikispaces An inexpensive and quick alternative for clicker response systems. Create your first poll in 30 seconds without having to sign up. 1. Poll Everywhere  Zotero is a neat tool that helps you collect, organize, cite and share research that you have done. You can add PDFs, images, audio and video files, snapshots of web pages and more. It indexes the full-text content of your library, allowing you to quickly find what you’re looking for. 100.  Zotero Twiddla is a web-conferencing service that is great for helping students out after school. You can mark up graphics and websites, use it to brainstorm and more. It even has a few other nifty features that are free, including voice chat. 95.  Twiddla With over 2,600 videos ranging from arithmetic to history, Khan Academy is a great tool for reviewing a subject that you’ve already taught. 77.  Khan Academy                              Tagxedo is an awesome word cloud creation tool. You can turn customized text, websites, blogs, twitter accounts and more into stunning designs based on the frequency of words found in the medium. 75.  Tagxedo       Zamzar is a free online file conversion service. It’s super easy to use and all you have to do is upload your file and enter in an email for the converted file to be sent to. 47.  Zamzar   Quora is basically a wealth of the world’s information. The gist of it is that if you have a question, say about a topic in your homework, you log in and post it. There, people who follow that topic will answer. 34. Quora     For the tech-savvy teachers out there, Iconfinder is a cool place to download free icons for your customized website or blog. 32. Iconfinder    Automatically generate free online tests using four different question types. You and your students don’t need to register, and you can build a fully functional test in about a minute. 24. Testmoz  Dropbox isn’t specific to teachers, but it’s a very handy tool. I’ve spoken with many teachers who use it with their students to share documents, turn in homework, etc. 12. Dropbox obtenir un compte Weebly Pro Créer des B.D. et des avatars Voki Télécharger des vidéos et enregistrer du son Enrichir son site Action 4: Weebly et le publier Je vous remercie de votre attention! Trouvez la présentation à l'adresse: web2ls.weebly.com
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