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SUMMATIVE

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Aaron Mitchell

on 9 March 2011

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Transcript of SUMMATIVE

Internet for Educators
Summative Project Our year started with PLNs PLNs are personal learning networks that educators can use to develop resources and colleagues within their field to help them become better teachers and to stay up-to-date with all the current trends, both in education and technology. So teachers can become a part of a network of teachers and share their ideas, lessons, units, and strategies. The advantages for educators are: An easy way to get great resources Learn from others' experiences Unlimited resources available at all times The result... Some tools for this: We also learned about Social Media in the Classroom This includes: These allow teachers to... Connects students to each other Extend learning outside the classroom Aids in making learning more authentic Education in a Connected World Constructivism - building on what we already know with new knowledge to construct our new reality. Scaffolding is the role of the teacher in this model. Our goal here is to foster independent learning. Constructionism - learning occurs when you actually make something. This can be as simple as writing notes, as long as the act has meaning and anchors the learning. Connectivism - the learning doesn’t just happen in the constructions you make, but also in the connections you make: twitter, PLNs, etc. You can get an answer from your network. This means that a collective learning can take place in the classroom and these online resources can foster all these kinds of learning! Now to continue the sharing, here are some of the resources I've found during this class and I'm excited to combine into my Constructivism, Constructonism and Connectivism approaches in my ELA classroom: Notepub is a great way for students to share their work on the Web. Zooburst a great way for students to share their work on the Web. Mappyfriends is an easy place for students to write their reviews and impressions of places they have been. It’s a nice place to write something for an “authentic audience.” Storyjumper is a site that lets kids create their own story books. There are templates or you can create them from scratch, then share them on your blog BookRix is a site that lets you very upload a document which is then turned into an embeddable virtual book. Animoto lets you turn your photos into an exciting video complete with music! PhotoStory lets you create online stories from your digital photos, and with Audacity you can narrate them too! Audacity audio recording app you can use to make your own podcasts Final Thought... "The principle goal of education is to create men and women who are capable of doing new things, not simply repeating what other generations have done." -- Jean Piaget Some of the issues facing teachers: Filtering Bullying Blocking
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