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Web 2.0 Tools for Educations by Kristie Mitchell
Transcript of Web 2.0 Tools for Educations by Kristie Mitchell
Web 2.0 Tools
Allows a teacher to post questions inside a poll. Multiple choice answers are grade-able (must pay for this service $50/yr for educator price). Print reports to show participants and answers.
Develop and place interactive questions for students to answer at key points within a Youtube video. Instant feedback is provided to the student.
Create or search for assessments based on Common Core standards. Download free plugin to use bubble sheets (can use document camera for these) and export grades. Track students' progress on standards and print reports.
Students create a website collaboratively
Students create an online resource with information, graphics, etc. They can work individually or with other students and can add to their wikispace over time.
Social Media for
Staff or Students
Use as a PLC where teachers and/or students post topics, questions, assignments, feedback as well as attach documents, slide shows, etc. Join a professional group.
Voicethread allows a teacher to post a document, image, presentation, video, etc. for students to respond to using recorded audio, webcam video, or text.
track, reward, improve
share photos and videos
use sticky notes
save your bookmarked websites
creates a visual array of bookmarks
share with others
Consider ways to differentiate:
Edmodo; Youtube; Voicethread; Wikispace; Khan; Google Drive; Classroom website
Web 2.0 Tools for classroom use
Wordpress is a free website/blogging platform. You can post your own topics or follow others. If you find a good topic, you can also "reblog" it to your own lists of blogs.
Enroll students in your class. Students take a pretest from which they are given assignments based on standards they did not pass. Track students' progress and print reports.
Interactive activities for students to practice math skills. Search activities based on grade level.
Lessons, interactive activities, graphic organizers, etc. Easy-to-use with the whole group or individuals.
Students can login and interactively practice many skills from math to science to history. Over 4100 videos can be used to demonstrate concepts. Teachers can track progress and print reports on students.