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ePortfolio Reflection Presentation (Final Project)

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Úrsula Rodríguez

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6 Degree Of Information, video used for the "Online safety activities". It's not very long so I could use it in my class as well as the warm-up and follow-up activities I created.
1. First Steps: Digital Literacy & Citizenship
1. First Steps: Digital Literacy & Citizenship
One way to keep learners safe online is to have them create avatars, or digital representations of themselves. Avatars help keep students' identities safe.
2. Sharing Stories Through Comics /
2.2. Comic that represents our emotions I used phrase.it/ . I liked that it is really easy to use. You just need to upload and image or choose a random one from the gallery. I think I'd use this site with my students. And as far as I've investigated, it's safe for students. I'd add the option to put together several images to really make a comic out of it. Although you can always use them to be added with another tool, as slideshare for example.
I chose a video I found on the nsteens.com website. (http://www.nsteens.org/Videos/6DegreesOfInformation)


Warm up activity:
I ask my students to enter their Facebook profiles and answer a few questions. It is intended to use them as a general introductory activity, to make them think about the subject before watching the video.
How many pictures of you are there?
How many of your friends do appear on them?
In how many of your friends pictures do you appear?
How many friends do you have?
Do you know personally all of them?
Do you know and use Facebook privacy settings?
Do you think people you don't know can see your information? How much of it?

Please take a look at the following picture, pic a classmate and answer each other questions. Then pass your answers to a different pair of classmates. You need to make this 5 times. How much information did you get from the answers?
http://vida20.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/02/facebook-test-responder.jpg


Internet safety video:
I ask my students to pay attention to the following video:

http://www.nsteens.org/Videos/6DegreesOfInformation

Follow-up activity:

I ask my students to think about what they just saw.
They now have to write a list of all the things they now share and may not want to share anymore if I did the "6 degrees of information" experiment with them. They keep that list to themselves.

We read together the advices that appear next to the video on the same website:

STUFF TO KNOW
Keep your personal information private.
Only add friends you know in real life.
Set your profile and blog to private.
Use a nickname that doesn’t identify your location, gender, or age.
Never meet in person with anyone you first met online.
Contact the site administrator if someone creates a social networking page in your name.
Alter your pictures and videos before you post them to remove identifying information.
Profile and photo share only with people on your friends list.
Don’t post your plans or whereabouts on your site.
Ignore harassing or rude comments posted on your profile.
Think about the possible consequences of the information and photos you post.
Never post sexually provocative photos.

Using edu.glogster.com, they now have to create in groups of 4 a glog where to warn other teenagers about the dangers of sharing too much information and represent with images or videos or drawings how to protect themselves.
1. First Steps: Digital Literacy & Citizenship
by Úrsula Rodríguez Sánchez
ePortfolio Reflection Presentation (Final Project)
I used this tool to create my comic based on part of a poem of Maya Angelou. I liked it very much. It's quite easy to work with. The option to create comic books is not available yet, but it's coming soon.
2. Sharing Stories Through Comics
3. Video Storytelling.
PowToon :I enjoyed using this tool a lot. It's quite user friendly, offers several features and allows students to create great presentations.
http://www.powtoon.com/p/f4ULfRSOqiu/
4. Collaborative Storytelling
My Global Project Evaluation of this site. writeyourstory.wi... I used Prezi, a quite interesting and easy to use tool. It gives life to presentations. I really enjoyed using it.
Link to my collaborative story, called "A story of time", created using Padlet. http://es.padlet.com/dawarel/9phikilfzxn7
4. Collaborative Storytelling
Maya Angelou recites her poem "Phenomenal Woman"., Maya A... by Úr_Rosa using Thinglink tool. It's a friendly user web based tool that allows to add links to images. I find it quite useful for students. They can use it easily so they can focus on other things rather than finding out how to use the app.

https://www.thinglink.com/scene/526456860438429697
5.2. Evaluating web based apps
5. Storytelling with Mobile Devices
5. Storytelling with Mobile Devices
My "I can Card" for my students. I want them to combine two of the tools suggested on the task: Audioboo and Magisto. I think both of them are quite easy to use. And the results are very funny and attractive.
5. Storytelling with Mobile Devices
5. Storytelling with Mobile Devices
http://www.pinterest.com/sukinur/my-digital-storytelling-e-portofolio/
Welcome to my students
http://ursuki.edu.glogster.com/welcome-for-my-students/
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