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Tradigital History - ISTE 2012

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Tradigital History Dr. James Beeghley
Central Penn College
jamesbeeghley@centralpenn.edu
http://www.teachthecivilwar.com/iste12 Historical Thinking Skills Using Web 2.0 Tools to Teach Social
Studies in today's digital classrooms Why Use Web 2.0 With Kids? stimulates new modes of inquiry creates new opportunities for collaborative learning allows students to engage with new literacy and express themselves in different media encourages a proficiency in the publication of content, which creates a sense of ownership, audience engagement, peer assessment, and informal learning Challenges with Web 2.0 Classroom Management Time Privacy Issues Digital Divide Getting Started with Web 2.0 Try it out for yourself first! Managing Web 2.0 in the
Classroom Practice before doing with your students Look for student "experts" Don't be afraid to ask for help Limit options Start small - KISS http://www.prezi.com Free upgraded accounts for teachers Presentation tool for teachers and students. Highly engaging to students Easily embedded on wikis & blogs Allows for student comments Primary Sources Document Analysis
http://prezi.com/pflvxcboiscm/primary-source-analysis/ Interactive Textbook Reading Lesson http://prezi.com/mrlg3lftq4la/vikings/ Top 10 Web 2.0 Tools http://www.blabberize.com Create talking images using photographs or drawings Quick and easy Post comments Elizabeth Cady Stanton Biography
http://blabberize.com/view/id/445472 Recreate Famous Speeches or written works Conversations between historical characters www.glogster.com/edu Create multimedia, interactive posters that include everything from movies to Wordles to weblinks Event Review
http://wynford.edu.glogster.com/america-in-the-great-depression Biography Reports Present Information http://www.podomatic.com Allows teachers or students to make
podcasts very simply Easy to embed, link, or email Allows for commenting PSA's for Historical Events What We Have Learned
http://mps.mpsomaha.org/willow/radio/shows/Willowcast27.html Radio Plays/ Newscasts Morning News Announcements http://www.ToonDoo.com Students can create comic strips or comic books Images provided or uploaded Allows for comments Easy to embed War in the West
http://www.toondoo.com/cartoon/4469017 Battle of Saratoga
http://www.toondoo.com/cartoon/4506268 Great for younger students What's Wrong With This Cartoon? http://www.wordpress.org Embedding is easy Open comments Take advantage of the features Create another blog when necessary Turn to Blogspot.com when you need more
http://herstorysociety.blogspot.com/ MS Student Blogs
http://moranmustangs.org/ http://www.VoiceThread.com Allows people to navigate slides and leave comments:
~using voice (with a microphone or telephone)
~text
~audio file
~video (via a webcam) Holds images, documents, and videos Collaborative, multimedia slide shows http://voicethread.com/share/1602641/ www.wikispaces.com Free for teachers (no ads, private or public) Students can edit a common page adding their own thoughts, pictures, etc. Private memberships for students Book Clubs (http://lightningthiefbookgroup.wikispaces.com/) "Adopt A Country Project" History Yearbook/Encyclopedia Spot to collaborate with other classes http://www.wordle.net Suggested integration ideas:
~Name that speech / document
~Discussion topic
~Background presentation Great for visualizing historical speeches and documents Create word clouds of any text U.S. Constitution
http://www.wordle.net/display/wrdl/1381018/US_Constitution Gettysburg Address
http://www.wordle.net/show/wrdl/592166/Gettysburg_Address web-based timeline. Easily create and share timelines with pictures and videos. Create timeline for any figure from history Sojourner Truth
http://xtimeline.com/timeline/Biography-of--Sojourner-Truth George Washington
http://xtimeline.com/timeline/George-Washington-1 Think outside the box, let students be creative Generic rubrics History Tech Blog
http://historytech.wordpress.com/ Speaking of History
http://speakingofhistory.blogspot.com/ Alternative to PowerPoint Letters from Internment Camps
http://voicethread.com/about/library/4th_Grade__Letters_from_the_Internment_Camps/ http://www.xtimeline.com Traditional History Classrooms
Digital Classrooms
Tradigital -- A whole new way of thinking What is Tradigital History? Do you teach history as argument?
Are your students engaged in analyzing primary sources and comparing secondary accounts?
Do your students conduct research? Do they know how to conduct research? Library of Congress SCIM - C Method English/Language Arts section of the standards focus on literacy.
“History Teachers are literacy teachers”
“historical reading and writing are skills that students should master before they leave high school”
“vision” of a literate person in the 21st century includes such things as demonstrating “the cogent reasoning and use of evidence...essential to…responsible citizenship in a democratic republic.” Social Studies and the Common Core Standards secondary students should master “arguments focused on discipline-specific content
Twelfth graders should be able to “introduce precise, knowledgeable claims,” distinguish them from counterclaims, and supply “data and evidence” for each while indicating its “strengths and limitations.”
Likewise, sixth graders should write arguments, and be able to introduce a claim and support it with “accurate data and evidence.” Summarizing
Contextualizing
Inferring
Monitoring
Corroborating Dr. David Hicks Tool Talk Free Resources
Free Professional Development
Free Lesson Plans
More than just social studies http://www.loc.gov/teachers
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