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Web 2.0

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Kristina Johns

on 30 July 2015

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Transcript of Web 2.0

Web 2.0 Tools
Support Student Learning and Engagement!
Why Web 2.0?
Research documents the value in the implementation of these tools
The "big question" nature of Web 2.0 projects enable students to extend learning and make connections
Web applications facilitate interactive information sharing and collaboration
Web 2.0 is user centered and learning is self directed
The best part: it is easy to use and implement!
Obstacles for K-12 Educators
Filtering software
Lack of teacher interest
Formal school or district policies may prevent ease of use
Technology does not solve problems or make teachers better
Literacy 2.0
Kids take the reigns
Web 2.0 tools provide opportunities that kids need to read, write, view, listen, and record
as well as
collaborate, participate, and share knowledge and expertise
Outside of school, many students ARE accomplished authors, filmmakers, animators, and recording artists!
Reoccurring Concerns for Teachers
How do I get students prepared for class?
How do I get them engaged in classroom conversation and activities?
WEB 2.0 can help!

to Overcome Obstacles
Staff development
Be a student yourself
Keep parents informed
Involve technology staff
(put in survey)
Web 3.0 is upon us

a free online tool that allows you to quickly create talking images

How can I use Blabberize?

Members of the Classroom 2.0 community, suggested this use for Vocabulary:

Blabberize Photos which define vocabulary words used within a specific lesson/project.

Students can find characters from a novel and record their favorite line or lines from the story that best suit them. Classmates can talk together to determine character traits.

Use this tool to practice foreign languages
How Can I use GlogsterEDU?


Students can combine text, pictures, graphics, video, and audio to create an interactive online poster

Glogs can be posted to class blogs, websites, wikis

Word Clouds


Designed for elementary and middle school

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What is a VoiceThread?

~It is interactive
~You can share pictures, videos, add
voice, text, and audio
~Users can post on a class website
~Why not save it to an MP3 or DVD?

How Can I Use

Take a field trip! Take digital photos and then use VoiceThread to explain and illustrate Geometry concepts!

Take pictures of nonfiction text features! Use Voice Thread to narrate what the text features are and how they help us to understand information. If you were the author of the book, what would you change?


Cartoons and Digital Storytelling

Storybird: create short art inspired stories to read, share or print out

Make a video
with Animoto:

How to use Word Clouds in the Classroom

- Why not write a list of traits for characters in a novel? Then, have students use an online thesaurus to come up with a list of synonyms!

- Give students a Wordle. Ask them to predict the title of the nonfiction text that it is based upon.
Create Animated Presentations
Visualize Ideas with

Visualize the history of Coke bottles with Popplet!


Keep in mind that Web 2.0 and the future applications are support. These tools are not a replacement of good teaching.
Web 2.0 helps students to learn not because they have to, but they want to.
As we move forward . . .

An online, interactive bulletin board

After today's presentatio




Sketchcast is a
recorded online sketch

You can use this tool
with or without

You can post it on a class blog
How Do I Use This in the Classroom?

Illustrations of a science concept
Explain how to solve a math problem
Create illustrations of science concepts, such as the phases of the moon
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