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A Morgadinha dos Canaviais já usa o Twitter?

A Morgadinha dos Canaviais já usa o Twitter?
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A Morgadinha dos Canaviais já usa o Twitter? A justiça e acesso ao Direito nos labirintos
do séc. XXI Use the tools of Web 2.0 in Engage Learners Blogs Wikis Forums Podcasts RSS Social Networking Real-time Collaborative
Software Twitter WordPress Blogger Photo and Video
Creating and Sharing Teacher Tube YouTube Flickr Photobucket Google Docs “O papel dos tribunais enquanto instâncias de informação e de comunicação
social foi drasticamente alterado a partir do séc. XIX com a
consolidação do estado moderno, o movimento da codificação, o monopólio
estatal da justiça e a profissionalização da função judicial. A partir
daí, o conhecimento técnico passou a dominar a informação e a comunicação,
ao ponto de estas se transformarem, elas próprias, em artefactos
discursivos técnicos de que são excluídos todos os que não dominam o
conhecimento especializado que lhes subjaz. "Different kinds of experiences lead to dEste espaço-tempo está hoje a ser desestruturado sob a pressão de
um espaço-tempo emergente, global e instantâneo, o espaço-tempo
electrónico, o ciber-espaço. Este espaço-tempo cria ritmos e temporalidades
incompatíveis com a temporalidade estatal nacionalom Marc Prensky's "Digital Nataves, Digital Immigrants" Pouco resta do passado,mas não parece -Prensky
"Engage Me or Enrage Me" O que mudou entre os tempos
da Morgadinha e a era digital? A era da Web 2.0? O termo Web 2.0 é utilizado para descrever a segunda geração da World Wide Web --tendência que reforça o conceito de troca de informações e colaboração dos internautas com sites e serviços virtuais. A idéia é que o ambiente on-line se torne mais dinâmico e que os usuários colaborem para a organização de conteúdo.

Dentro deste contexto se encaixa a enciclopédia Wikipedia, cujas informações são disponibilizadas e editadas pelos próprios internautas.

Também entra nesta definição a oferta de diversos serviços on-line, todos interligados, como oferecido pelo Windows Live. Esta página da Microsoft, ainda em versão de testes, integra ferramenta de busca, de e-mail, comunicador instantâneo e programas de segurança, entre outros. But... Technology doesn’t solve problems or make teachers better.
Don’t throw out your curriculum.
Face-to-face is essential
You don't have to rush.
You don't have to do it all at once Mr. McCallum’s online classroom
http://www.bhs.cc
Mr. Voight’s class
http://www.mgjhscience.net/voight/
Mrs. Cary’s CIS Writing class
http://bhs.cc/ciswriting/
Mrs. Larson’s class homepage
http://larsonstma.blogspot.com/
NHS Portal
http://bhs.cc/nhs
Additional examples and explanations can be found at http://bhs.cc/tech Blogs Blogs as Class Portals Why Have a Class Blog? 1. It’s free.
2. It’s quick.
3. It's simple.
4. It's familiar.
5. It's everywhere.
6. It's saved.
7. It's interactive.
8. You're in control.
9. It’s personalized.


Archiving and posting information helps with special needs students.
Students who miss class can be more accountable for the things they missed.
Students with different learning styles can access information in different ways.
Help keep the teacher organized and focused.
Creates an archive of a class. Student Blogging When facts are free, curiosity becomes a mandate.
Engaging the important questions
Creating confidence
Bringing in new voices and ideas
Expanding the boundaries of the classroom Every student can articulate their thoughts on the essential questions on each unit without regard for space and with nearly limitless resources.
Students could build on their previous work, expanding on thoughts and exploring multiple paths.
Students could view and react to the work of their classmates.
Digital portfolios are easy to sort, present, and assess.
Tracking progress and engaging students in meaningful dialogue is incredibly easy.
Reflection became natural within a couple of weeks. Students take pride in their blogs
A wide audience could interact with the ideas presented by the students.
Blogging is more than journaling. It’s dynamic. Profound connections with the curriculum can be made. It’s difficult to cheat.
Students can revise their work. Google Docs Real-Time Collaboration
in your classroom and beyond. Forums Community
Connection
Sharing and showcasing
Asking questions
Breaking barriers


http://www.bhs.cc/forum/index.php?topic=4338.0
Working Together to Solve Problems

Showcasing Work
http://www.bhs.cc/forum/index.php?topic=7349.0

Getting Help
http://www.bhs.cc/forum/index.php?board=59.0 "It gives students an opportunity to gain further knowledge about things going on in class. If you take a look at the Homework Help board, it is flooded with student drafts with a lot of peer editing going on. Students can get almost immediate feedback on their stories from people who the stories are written for. ... With educational topics on the board, it can get people talking and they can carry those discussions over into the classroom."

-Ashlee


Wikis What is a Wiki?
The definition of Wiki, according to Wikipedia, “is a website that allows the visitors themselves to easily add, remove, and otherwise edit and change available content, typically without the need for registration. This ease of interaction and operation makes a wiki an effective tool for mass collaborative authoring.” How can I use a Wiki? Easily create simple websites, including a portal
Project development with peer review
Group authoring
Track a group project
Data collection
Archive and build on knowledge
Describe classes
Presentations Samples The Buffalo High School Wiki Project
http://bhs.cc/think

The Knowledge Base
http://www.bhs.cc/think/tiki-index.php?page=The+Knowledge+Base Find More information at:
http://bhs.cc/tech

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http://prezi.com/111438 http://www.polleverywhere.com/multiple_choice_polls/MzY2MzAxNDc0 Twitter in the Classroom The Twitter Experiement
http://www.utdallas.edu/~mrankin/usweb/twitterconclusions.htm Flickr in the classroom:
http://jakespeak.blogspot.com/2006/03/classroom-uses-of-flickr.html How Teachers, Principals and Students are Using
Google Docs ruptura
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