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The best of web 2.0
Transcript of The best of web 2.0
Web 2.0 basically refers to the transition from static HTML Web pages to a more dynamic Web that is more organized and is based on serving Web applications to users.
What you can do with web 2.0?
to create the content
to become the architect of your own web sites
to communicate and share information
to interact and collaborate between other users
“Web 2.0” is an umbrella term that is used to refer to a new era of Web-enabled applications that are built around user-generated or user-manipulated content, such as wikis, blogs, podcasts, and social networking sites.
Why use web 2.0?
Direct focus on students’ individual learning needs and interests
Easy socialization, collaboration and communication between students, teachers and parents
Present students work in funny and interactive new ways
Free and attractive publicity for your subject, project, students' collaborations or school
Huge source of information, educational tools and materials for teaching
Provides students with a great opportunity to learn on their own or with their peers
Increases student motivation and participation
You don't need to install programs to your computer – all applications are online
Develops creativity, IT proficiency, and capability of team work
Save and share all information about your school, events, subjects, lesson planning, news etc. on the Internet
Integrates IT in any subject (Language, Maths, Science...)
create and manage schedules for department staff, students, parents, etc.
Web 2.0 applications are not just an attractive way of teaching. They make a teacher's preparation easier and more comprehensible.
Figures from Eurostat
equal access to these tools and necessary skills for using these resources
computer equipment levels
Educators’ confidence in and experiences with social computing services is one of the main barriers to exploiting them within education (Childnet International, 2008).
In all of these cases it is vital that schools understand the issue, know how to prevent incidents, respond to incidents and keep up to date on the legal issues surrounding the subject (Childnet International, 2008).
Displaying personal data
Online grooming and sexual abuse in social networking environments
to educate teachers in the use of web 2.0 (workshop, learning lessons etc.)
to make guidelines of usage for web 2.0 at school (rules, password-protected website, privacy protections, use of pseudonyms)
to explain and discuss all risks of Internet use between teachers, students, and parents
to explain to students how to identify and report inappropriate behaviour on sites they are using
Categories of web 2.0
and many others...
write a story about this workshop
add some images if you want (find it on Google or ask Flixtime team for some pictures)
write about your feelings about this workshop
get together all outcomes from the others and put them into Storify blog - use URL codes of outcomes
take pictures during the workshop
download pictures from a camera to a computer
use pictures in your Flixtime video
add there a text and music what you want
send a link of your Flixtime video via WallWisher to Storify team
Universal Subtitles aka Amara
subtitle the video prepared on your account or choose an other on YouTube and subtitle it
copy a link of your subtitled video on Amara and send it via WallWisher to Storify team
create a strip about this workshop
send a "direct image link" to Storify team via WallWisher
create a class with all participants of the workshop
make a class roster with all participants names
describe where are all participants seated
make a shedule of the workshop
add some report about all tasks, teams etc.
you can grade all outcomes
The most useful
Tutorials on YouTube channel
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