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Melissa Kremer

on 27 September 2012

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Transcript of Glogster

Glogster Glogster allows students and teachers to create free interactive posters.
Posters can include images, photos, audio, videos, and special effects What is Glogster? How do you use it? Why do we use it? How are educators using it? Teachers can register up to 50 student accounts
Teachers can distribute randomly generated nicknames and passwords
Teachers may show students "How to" video if they have questions on how to start their own glogster. Hands on, easy to use, and student centered
Students learn how to share with other students
Easy and fun for elementary students
Has students use technology skills such as media and visual items to create products that express new topics and understandings Students can be creative and present their interests on screen.
Offers challenges and increases motivation
Allows students to demonstrate what they know
Students can create a Glog to display any new knowledge. Completed glogs can be used on your school or classsroom website
Teachers are able to use this tool for projects in English, Math, Science, and Social Studies English
Book Reviews, Character plots, story settings, vocabulary, poetry, plays, etc
Forces, the solar system, the human body, etc.
Historians, presidents, comparisons of work and paintings.
mathematical computations, games, mathematicians. http://melissanne.edu.glogster.com/glog/ Cited Work Works Cited
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