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Copy of Awesome WEB 2.0 Tools For Teachers
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Examples WEB 2.0 Tools
For Teachers Presentation Tools Fix my car:
•Firstly, take a digital photo of an old looking car with dents or scratches in it, and then upload it to your computer. Next, imagine you’ve borrowed your friend’s car while they’re on holiday but you’ve had a bit of an accident and the car now looks like the one you’ve taken a photo of. They want to see a photo of their car in perfect condition so you’ll need to remove the dents and scratches from the car photo using tools such as the smudge tool and clone stamp tool.
•Someone you know has had a rough week, cheer them up by warping either a photo of yourself or a photo of a famous person to make it look really funny. Try some of the great Photoshop distort filter tools such as ‘twirl’.
•Prove to your friends and family that you (or someone else) are famous or were “really there” by cutting and pasting a photo of your own head onto the head of another person. The lasso and magic wand tool are great for this kind of challenge.
•You’ve decided to enter an artistic photo competition. Choose a photo and get creative with some of the Photoshop tools and see what you can come up with, the more creative the better!
•You and your friend have just gone into business together, decide what your business is about and design a logo to suit. For this challenge you will have to start from scratch by creating a completely new image. QR CODES IN THE CLASSROOM An Interesting Way To
Social platform for students & teachers
Real-time online collaboration
Collaborative learning for schools
Create your own social network
Online community for teachers
SMART Board Revolution
Share & remix medialegally Community-building and collaboration are two defining aspects of Web 2.0. A range of tools enable teachers and students to communicate, collaborate and share work. What We Will
Learn: Web 2.0 Tools Websites Photoshop
Activities 12:30-1:00 PREZI PRESENTATIONS - Like This
1:00-1:30 QR CODES IN THE CLASSROOM
1:30-2:00 WEEBLY WEBSITES
2:15-2:45 A VERY BRIEF INTRO TO PHOTOSHOP
2:45-2:55 EFFICIENT REPORT CARD WRITING
2:55-3:00 CHECK OUT THE RESOURCE WEBSITE HOW WE WILL
LEARN IT: 1.) We will cover
a brief overview
of the program 2.) We will use
the program We Will Receive
A Resource To Use
Later Use a QR Code Generator
There are many online tools for
generating QR codes which you
can then use in the classroom.
All of these different types
of information can be stored
in a code:
• A short piece of text
• Website address
• Email address
• Phone number
IDEA #1 - Promote an Event
* Create QR code
that will go to a URL promoting
a school event.
* Create a simple web page (ie, Google
Sites) to promote that event.
* Print small notes with the title: What's happening in school this week??? Scan this
code with your mobile device to find out!
and tape them in the bathroom stalls,
mirrors, or areas where mobile devices are
allowed at your school.
* Trust me, your tech savvy kids will
know what to do -- and it will pique the
interest of other students too! IDEA #2 - Use QR Codes to enhance/
extend information in books &
*Print a QR Code on a sticker and
place in a text book at the
relevant point. Pupils scanning
the QR Code are taken to related
material, for example a video,
web page or source of further
information. IDEA #3 Create an "easter egg/
*The students must seek out the
QR codes that are posted in a
given area. Use the codes to go
to information to answer a question
and/or find a clue. Then on to
finding the code. Try these free video integration tools in your classroom for projects, presentations, parent meetings and more. Animoto.com
Turn your photos and videos into wow! Animoto quickly produces beautifully orchestrated, completely unique video pieces from your photos, videos clips and music. Fast, free and very easy.
Bring lessons to life with Animoto—specially designed with students, teachers and classroom audiences in mind.
Animate yourself. It's fun and easy and all you need is one photo.
This easy, fun and free site allows you to create slideshows with built in polls and quizzes. Community Building Websites ANY
QUESTIONS? Superimposing Tessellations More Examples Your Resources On The
LEARNING SKILLS BANK
FOR POWER TEACHER
WEEBLY WEBSITE RESOURCE
AWESOME WEB 2.0 TOOL WEBSITES
LET'S GO THERE NOW! Weebly Websites An awesome and easy way for you and your students to create amazing websites GRADE 4 & 5 SOCIAL STUDIES WEEBLY WEBSITES
http://www.ancientchina64.weebly.com PREZI PRESENTATIONS A How To
Video 1.) Go to: http://weebly.com
2.) Create your account and some
generic student accounts
3.) Assign groups and topic
4.) Have the students create according
to your parameters
5.) See the resource package for more
information IDEA #5 - Share with other students
*When adding student resources to
the website we add a QR Code next
to the article. The students would
then be able to scan and share with
other students. OTHER IDEAS - Odds and ends
*Add QR codes that lead to book
trailers to the backs of library books . . .
*Add QR codes to math worksheets
with video tutorials of how to solve the
problems . . .
*Add QR codes to the school literary
magazine to lead people to a gallery of
all the artwork that was submitted but
couldn't fit in the print version . . .
*Add QR codes on every research
assignment to subscription databases
and reputable starting points . .
*Create QR codes and create an
orienteering map of your school grounds
using Google Earth. Place the codes at
different map locations to reveal the
next direction, or latitude and longitude
position. IDEA #6 - Target Support Information
*Stick a QR code wherever there is a
child's target. E.g. at the front of a
their text book or on a wall display.
Link to an audio or video recording
explaining what their target is and
the steps and strategies to achieve it. IDEA #10 - Electronic/Online Portfolios
*Use QR codes to provide quick access
to e-portfolios of -
*a culmination of student work
*a display of lesson plans or projects
implemented while student teaching
showcase career highlights of lessons, documents, projects, awards and photos
of students in action as a professional
resume IDEA #4 - Futuristic Books?
Use a QR code generating website to
create a code for the book.
Print out a copy of the Code
Attach the code to the book and return
the book to its original location in the
Imagine going to find a book, but rather
than simply reading the blurb you could
scan a code to reveal a youtube video
with people explaining the book, a
podcast of someone reading the book, a
short text review or even a website that
lists similar books. IDEA #8- Futuristic Math Worksheets
*Create a maths worksheet that has QR
Codes beside each problem.
*Upon scanning the code a step by step
tutorial is launched in Youtube explaining
the process of solving the problem.
*Students can use when they are stuck
on a particular problem or to check their
work. IDEA #9 - Geocached QR Codes for
*Using a GPS place a series of
markers around your school
(recording their position). On each
of the markers place a QR Code that
contains a question.
*Students move around using the GPS
to find the markers to therefore
answer the questions and get the
clue to the next marker. IDEA#11 - Explore Physical Models
*Attach QR Codes to a physical object
to allow for a thorough exploration of
*Attach a QR Code to a skeleton etc
and link to multimedia about that
particular piece of anatomy IDEA #7 Linking reading books to online
*Stick QR codes in reading books that
the children take home. These could
link to online comprehension
questions for parents or to websites
that children can use to find out more information about the books or to
related games that they can play. Superheroes Some Instructional
Videos Efficient Report
Card Writing Learning Skills Banks
For Your Use...go to the
resource website Go here for
http://awesomewebtools.weebly.com Let's Try
Filters: Let's Make Our Own QR Codes Here's a Quick Demonstration...
You can create an account after
if you wish. Go To:
Type in the following
Create a QR Code, and print it
IT'S THAT EASY! We are already way behind... The Workshop Website USe One of the Following
Logins to Work With (userid
& password are the same):
Let's Try Working With Weebly!