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Glogster EDU Is for You!

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Glogster EDU
Is for You!

What is
Glogster EDU?

A web 2.0 tool that allows
students to creatively
express knowledge and
skills in the classroom.
Why should my students
use Glogster EDU?
Students create online
media posters, called
with text, photos, videos,
graphics, sounds, drawings,
data, and more.
How does Glogster EDU
support technology standards
and student learning?
When students create a glog,
they expand their digital
learning environment.
Students meet and exceed technology
and content area standards for
creativity and innovation, communication and collaboration, research and information fluency, critical thinking, problem solving and decision making, and digital citizenship.
Which grade levels
can create glogs?

A glog is created by using a very
easy to understand drag and
drop interface that is relevant,
enjoyable, and scalable for
Kindergarten to adult.
What do students need
to create a glog?

Since Glogster is a
Web 2.0 tool, students
can use PCs, laptops,
tablets, or any device that connects to the internet.
Glogster works on both Android and Apple devices.
Is technical support available
for teachers, administrators,
and students?

Glogster EDU has video tutorials on its website and will respond to emails. Atomic Learning has a tutorial also.
Is Glogster safe for my students to use?
The teacher creates an
account and adds students.
Students sign in using a given
user name and password,
so no student email is
All glogs can be labled private
and are only visible to that
student and the teacher, or
can be made public and viewable by other
Glogster EDU members.
Glogs can be emailed, embedded,
and placed on Edmodo through
the click of a button.
How will my students present
their glogs to the class?
Students can present their
glogs on the Interactive
White Board in your
How much does
Glogster EDU
What are some ways to pay for an upgraded versions of Glogster EDU?
If students contribute, the cost is about $1.00 each.
Ask your Principal to pay
for Glogster using school
funds, after showing
this Prezi.
Spring for it yourself!
You'll find it is a great
use of your money.
Students will use online resources,
such as Cobb Virtual LIbrary, as well
as information gained through
classroom experiences and their background knowledge.
What are some ways I
can use Glogster EDU
with my students?
Students can create a glog explaining how Susan B. Anthony showed diligence and perseverance while fighting for womens' right to vote. Students use knowledge gained through teaching and books, add research using Cobb Virtual Library, and write and use various media to create an interactive presentation of their knowledge.
Students can create a glog to show different strategies
used when finding products in multiplication.
A glog is an inspiring way
to write and present a
book report.
Glogs can be produced to
classify or present steps
taken and the results of
science experiements.
Technology and content area standards for communication and collaboration, digital citizenship, research and information fluency, critical thinking, problem solving and decision making, and
creativity and innovation are all met when students create their own glogs.
Differentiation occurs when glogs are created by students. They are responsible for the content and can work collaboratively with partners while they write, research, analyze and select images and videos, add narration and animation, and communicate with others through their multimedia presentations.
Is there research
that supports the use
of Glogster EDU?
Glogster EDU provides the following experiences:
Expands Digital Literacy
Enables Standards Mastery
Promotes Independent Problem Solving
Demonstrates Understanding of Curriculum Objectives
Fulfills Universal Design for Learning Principles
Enhances Formative and Summative Assessments
Provides Differentiated Instructional Activities

Glosgster EDU. (2013). What is glogster? Benefits. Retrieved, 2013, from http://edu.glogster.com/what-is-glogster-edu/#benefeatids
The International Society for Technology Education's (ISTE) NET-S, which are considered the gold standard for technology integration and State of Georgia's Technology Standards foundation, are:
Creativity and Innovation
Research and Information Fluency
Critical Thinking, Problem solving, and Decision Making
Digital Citizenship
Technology Operations and Concepts

International Society for Technology in Education. (2009). Essential conditions. Retrieved, 2013, from http://www.iste.org/standards
When students create glogs,
they meet all the ISTE NET-S
Yes! Research has proven when students are involved in project-based learning, collaborate with peers, communicate with others, apply critical thinking skills, solve problems, make decisions, research information, and create original works, their achievement scores increase.

Ringstaff, C., &. Kelley, L. (2002). The learning return on our educational technology investment: A review of findings from research, Retrieved from http://www.wested.org/cs/we/view/rs/619.
How should we implement
Glogster EDU into
the school
Hold an after school session where teachers begin using Glogster EDU along with a step by step presentation explaining the steps to creating a glog. Teachers can work collaboratively or individually. Then, a follow up session should be held the next week when teachers will create a class and add their students. Next, teachers will introduce students to Glogster EDU using the same step by step presentation and procedures. Being digital natives, students are naturals at learning how to create glogs, and support each other during this process. The teacher facilitates this experience, and does not have to be an expert at making glogs. Last, an Atomic Learning tutorial is available for staff and students.
Teachers can add a link to their website or blog for Glogster EDU, and embed students' glogs for other students, parents, and administrators to view. Also, students can post their glogs on Edmodo. Finally, glogs can be created and added to the school website by staff, administrators, and the PTSA.
Through using Glogster EDU with my students and
their multiple creations of glogs, I have witnessed
my students' increased motivation for showing their
learning. I have used rubrics and Science,
Social Studies, Reading, and Math glogs for formative
and summative assessments. Also, I have created glogs
to explain concepts and present assignments. Finally, my students create glogs and post them on Edmodo for peers' comments. Overall, using Glogster EDU has improved my teaching methods and deepened my students learning in
the multiple ways described in this Prezi.
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