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Web 2.0 in the Classroom

UTB EDTC 6340 - Collaborative Resource
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on 13 August 2015

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Glide
GoReact
Slack
Web 2.0 in the Classroom
EDTC 6340 - Summer 2
Students will add content to this presentation to create 1 collaborative resource!
Jeannine Freeman
Juan Carlos Alvarez Aldana
The 2 Web 2.0 collaboration tools that I like the most are Google Docs and Skype.
These are the videos that are in the information above, and this are the links to Google Drive and Skype:
https://www.google.com/drive/
http://www.skype.com/en/

I could not upload the Copyright Power Point presentation to Prezi because it converts it, so I saved it as a video, and uploaded to YouTube. There is another video inside the presentation that is embedded in slide 14, which cannot be viewed there. So, on the left is my presentation and on the right the other video that was embedded in it.
Lauren Simpson
Zaption
www.zaption.com
Demo
: http://www.zaption.com/listing/5491c5d429bd8ac2274ee946
Tutorial
: https://zaption.zendesk.com/hc/en-us/articles/203066145-Create-a-Tour-Quick-Video-Tutorial
Summary of My 3 Tools
I use Zaption for my flipped lessons.
www.nearpod.com
Nearpod can be used to informally assess students learning during a lesson -or- Students can use it to present a class report
Nearpod
www.thinglink.com
ThingLink can be use to have your students show their knowledge about an assigned topic -or- to teach a lesson to the class
ThingLink
Lauren Simpson
Lauren Simpson
Lauren Simpson
Candace James
Presents
NoteApp, Mind42, and SymbalooEDU
Summer Crider Loeffler
https://noteapp.com/
NoteApp can be used to collect information and comments from students for informal assessment or brainstorming.
http://www.symbalooedu.com/
SymbalooEDU is great way to organize your class's bookmarks or use a webmix to organize a lesson flow in a flip classroom.
http://mind42.com/
Mindmap application can be used to add ideas of a concept being taught in class.
My Three web 2.0 Tools by Javier Aguilar
My Web 2.0 Tools That I used to collaborate with my other colleagues and students by Javier Aguilar
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www.getkahoot.com
Pros: Can be used on any O.S.
Cons: Easy for students to copy answers.
Cost: Free for educators
Ease of learning: very easy to use
Student accounts: Yes, but not necessary.


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www.blogger.com
Pros: Use with any subject.
Cons: Lacks plugins, limited templates for personalization.
Cost: Free for educators
Ease of learning: Intermediate; requires some practice.
Student accounts: Yes, but not necessary

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www.powtoon.com
Pros: Allows originality and creativity.
Cons: Limited to 5 minute Recording time.
Cost: Free for educators
Ease of learning: Intermediate; requires some practice
Student accounts: Yes, but not necessary

Ana Suarez
www.getkahoot.com
is my favorite tool to use in my class.
I utilize it in my class for students from Kinder to 5th grade. Additionally, I sponsor and lead a computer club of

code.org
,
and
Minecraftedu
where I create quizzes and surveys for my students. Although it is considered gaming, it introduces the students to computer science.
1. Collaborative Web Organizer
2. Good for all subjects
2. Free (up to 5 Popplets)
3. User friendly format
4. Sharable
5. Can not move photos
6. Demo link:
1. Presentation tool
2. Free
3. Can work in real time with others
4. Need internet to collaborate on it
5. Less editing choices than PowerPoint
*My favorite tool because of the real-time collaborative feature
6. Demo video:
1. Communication platform for instant messaging, video chat, SMS and VOIP features.
2. Free and easy to use
3. Applicable to all subjects
4. Increased participants may cause lag.
5. Demo link:
Joanna L. Villarreal

Tool Name: Animoto
Star Rating: 4
Subjects/Grade Level: Good for all grade levels and subjects
Ease of Learning: Easy
Cost: 14 Day Trial + 6 mos. FREE Educator account available. Comes with 30 FREE student account. Will expire but will allow you to renew account free of charge.
Versatility: Online platforms for creating video projects
Student Accounts: Yes
Pros: Produces HD Fun Quality Videos. Free: music library, background styles and image/clip gallery
Cons: Voice over not possible, text slide caption room very limited, 30 second video limit only

Tool Name: PhotoPeach
Star Rating: 4.5
Subjects/Grade Level: Good for all grade levels and subjects
Ease of Learning: Easy
Cost: Free Basic Account
Versatility: Online platforms for creating video projects
Student Accounts: Yes
Pros: Produces HD Fun Quality Videos. Free: music library
Cons: Voice over not possible, text slide caption room very limited, 35 second video limit only

MY FAVORITE OF ALL 3 TOOLS
Tool Name: Picovico
Star Rating: 4.5
Subjects/Grade Level: Good for all grade levels and subjects
Ease of Learning: Easy
Cost: Free Basic Account
Versatility: Online platforms for creating video projects
Student Accounts: Yes
Pros: Produces HD Fun Quality Videos. You may create up to 5 videos per day. Free: music library
Cons: Voice over not possible, text slide caption room very limited, 30 second video limit only and allows to create 5 videos per day

Gladys M. Suarez
FREE teacher/students account
easy to use
up-to-date presentation
presentation/collaboration
FREE/No accounts needed
easy to use
same time collaboration
used for tutoring
FREE student account
easy to use
your own space to save files
Myra Guzman
Web 2.0 Tools

Juan Ruben Romero
Why I like Glide:
http://www.glide.me
Star Rating: 3
Tutorials: http://www.glide.me/questions
Pros: Can take with you anywhere. Works anywhere. Doesn’t use up memory (Cloud based storage)
Cons: Limited to mobile devices only.
Cost: Free for one project
Ease of Learning: Very easy, just click record.
Student Accounts: Yes
Versatility: Not so much for grading
Subject Areas of Use: Technology/Project based learning
Why I like GoReact:
https://goreact.com/#/
Star Rating: 5
Tutorials: https://www.demochimp.com/app/
Pros: Great feedback system, build in interface for sharing video presentations and doing feedback. Integrated with LMS and Gradebooks.
Cons: Mobile app not as accessible as Web.
Cost: Varies. Free for first 2 weeks, then cost based on number of students. Students pay.
Ease of Learning: Easy if you are used to Learning Management System/Platform
Student Accounts: Yes
Versatility: Very
Why I Like Slack:
http://summerloeffler.pbworks.com
My youtube Video Presentation

tutorial
https://slack.com
Star Rating: 4
Tutorials: https://slack.zendesk.com/hc/en-us
Pros: Integrated with media storage platforms
Cons: None. No video, unless you link to YouTube
Cost: Free.
Ease of Learning: Easy if you are used to Google Docs/HangOut.
Student Accounts: Yes, any one can have an account.
Versatility: Very.
Subject Areas of Use: All subjects.
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Twiddla is a free online tool that allows users to set various types of backgrounds (whiteboard, image, document, etherpad, webpage) as well as a code embed and math formula feature.
RealTimeBoard allows users to display various types of files like a giant showboard. Users can display their research on a board to view. RealTimeBoard is free and users can log in using their Google account.
PrimaryPad is an online wordprocessing tool. It is completely free and allows multiple users to collaborate on a pad with no need to create an account. Edits are color coded and saved for review. PrimaryPad also has the ability to import to the pad and export from the pad.
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Pros:
You can Capture ideas quickly
Export to PDF and print
Share and collaborate.

Cons:
Must create an account to save your surface

Cost:
Free

Ease of Learning:
Easy

Student Accounts:
No, but is free for all

Versatility:
Can be use for many different educational Ideas

My Simple Surface

SearchTeam

Pros:
Comparing with Other Search Engines
Tools Collaborative Searching

Cons:
No cons

Cost:
Free

Ease of Learning:
Easy

Student Accounts:
No, but free account gives you a lot of great features

Versatility:
Has many help benefits for all students at any level

ChannelME

Pros:
Channel.me is 100% web based and follows web standards.
Works on any device with a browser.

Cons :
Not Free

Cost:
$50 per month
Trial version offered

Ease of Learning:
Easy

Student Accounts :
No Student account offered

Versatility:
Has many helpful benefits for all ages

My Web 2.0 tools I used in my presentation
By: Brad Lampton

Link to Web 2.0 Resource page:
http://goo.gl/iaZsvA
Web 2.0 Presentation
Inside a SearchSpace, you can search the Web, Videos, Images, Books and more. You can delete irrelevant results. Can be use for many different educational Ideas.
Simple Surface is an agile management tool. Quickly and easily create a surface and spread your ideas out. Can be use for many different educational Ideas.
ChannelME is a great web tool. It allows its users to browse a particular website simultaneously. They are able to look at the same content of a web page with friends in real time and even chat with each other.

Storybird
Purpose:
Storybird is a visual storytelling platform.
Pros:
Multiple picture options
Teacher can create account for students
Promotes creative writing
Cons:
Not all the artwork creates a plot
Some pages limit amount of words per page
Users can not add their own art
Subjects:
All Areas
BigHugeLab
Purpose:
This site allows students to upload pictures to the site to be used for different products.
Pros:
Multiple options given for products
Download to print
Cons:
Platform doesn't allow you to preview
No Spell check
Subjects:
All Areas
Mindomo
Purpose:
Students can create story mind maps or thinking maps that can be presented.
Pros:
Great way to display information, linking thoughts together
printable
Cons:
Free version doesn't allow multiple options
Can't copy and paste from some other programs
Subjects:
All Areas
Brandy Hanak
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