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Wikis, Blogs, and Web Publishing Final Presentation

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Shira Carroll

on 22 March 2016

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Wikis, Blogs, and Web Publishing Final Presentation
by Shira Carroll

Most Useful Tools
The tool I've found most useful is this one, Prezi! I love that I have the ability to embed lots of different types of media, such as videos and files, so that I can have my entire lesson in one place at my fingertips. I am famous for having a million tabs open simultaneously on my computer, but with Prezi, I can embed all of the resources I need for each lesson. See? Here's a video about using Prezi in the classroom!
I think one of my biggest successes is my classroom Wikispace. I have set it up for use next year, when my district plans to
go to a one-to-one technology plan.
I think it will be a fun and creative, but
also useful way to connect with
parents and students.

Moodle and Online Learning
I am a huge fan of online learning. I received my Masters online mostly through Moodle. I have always found it very user friendly and easy to navigate. I particularly liked how this class allowed me to go entirely at my own pace. I have had several other online classes where must of the work required responding to the work of others. I think this is a great idea in theory, but it can be a huge challenge when others do not complete their assignments in a timely fashion.
I struggled at first with the RSS feed. One rubric stated that links should be organized into "tabs" and that did not seem to be an option on Digg.com. As a result, I realized that would be a hard resource for me to use as the links were all mixed up and it was hard to look at those links and decide which would actually be useful.
here are some of my favorite diggs...
Thanks for Watching and Thanks for Such a Great Class!!
Here's a Prezi of my own, inside this Prezi!

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