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SAILN - Technology Presentation June 2013

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Evan Rubin

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Transcript of SAILN - Technology Presentation June 2013

Linked Discussion Comfort level with technology? 1-10

Technology you use in your daily lives?

Technology for teaching and learning?

Technology for community of practice?

Technology Challenges / Problems / Fears?

Technology Interests? For Teaching, Learning, and Community of Practice Technology Literacy Presented by Evan Rubin, Director of Instructional Design at LARC SAILN Workshop
Saturday, June 1st, 2013 Edmodo DropBox Prezi Open Educational Resources
Creative Commons The world's largest professional network What is it? Create a detailed professional profile
Include: Education, work experience, skills, projects, awards, etc...
Connect: Coworkers, colleagues, people with same career goals, interests, etc...
Endorse and recommend
Join a group
Find information Why? Activity Benefits Challenges Connect with people around the country and globe
Find people with similar career interests
Search for companies, schools, jobs, education
Information Time to set up
Some scams
Meaningful interactions?
Privacy? Create an account 1. Go to https://www.linkedin.com/
2. Create an account or sign in with Facebook
3. Start completing your profile
4. Connect with other SAILN participants Join the SAILN Group 1. Login to LinkedIn.com
2. Search ‘SAILN’ on the top right
3. Find SAILN Community of Practice Group
4. Join the Group
5. I will be sent an email to give you permission. A free and safe way for students and teachers to connect and collaborate. Let's take a look What is it? Let's take a look Why? Create! What is it? File storage in the cloud
Any file type
Share easily - Edit or view only
Mobile ready
Install the folder on your computer Let's take a look Why? Let's go! What is it? What can it do? Ready to try? What is it? Why? Where? Create a class
Enroll students
Post resources, homework, messages, assignment, quizzes, polls, etc...
Provide feedback
Connect to authentic resources Free
Manage online activities
Post online resources
Connect and embed authentic online materials
Communicate with students online
Privacy - Protection taken seriously
Student codes - Parent codes Create a teacher account at http://www.edmodo.com/
Enter your school name or zip code
Create your teacher profile
Follow the SAILN group Select 'Create a group' (left side bar)
Complete the form (Group name, level, subject)
Group Code is created
Send join link and group code to the students.
Post notes, assignments, quizzes, and polls 1. Create an Account Create a Group A free service that lets you bring your photos, docs, and videos anywhere and share them easily. 2 GB Free
Refer a friend - 250 MB
No more flash drive
Share easily
Backup Files Create a DropBox account at https://www.dropbox.com/register
Create a folder
Upload a File
Share a folder and a file

On your home computer
Install DropBox at https://www.dropbox.com/install You're looking at it Text
Documents Put the Youtube link Create a Prezi for Educational account with and .edu email
Create a new project
Select a template
Insert content, images, text, video, audio, documents
Create paths
Share, Present, or download as portable (off-line)
Check out the iPad app! Zooming presentation canvas
Add images, multimedia, text and documents
Share and collaborate
For students and teachers
iPad app Creative Commons licenses provide a flexible range of protections and freedoms for authors, artists, and educators. OERs Creating educational resources for the benefit of learning and sharing.
Help build LCTL programs and other language materials and resources
Post educational materials and resources freely and openly for anyone and available under a license that allows users to use, remix, improve and redistribute. Creative Commons
License Stay within legal boundaries
Use a common system of sharing and attribution.
Protection for author and users Lesson Plan - Lesson Plan Generator (LPG)
https://lpg.sdsu.edu/ Social Media for Language Teaching and Learning
SMaLL Portal - https://small.sdsu.edu/ Center for Open Educational Resources and Language Learning (COERLL)
http://coerll.utexas.edu/ http://creativecommons.org/ Flickr Creative Commons
http://www.flickr.com/creativecommons/ Youtube Creative Commons
http://www.youtube.com/creativecommons Why Technology Literacy? 2. Join the SAILN Group Select 'Join a group' (Left side-bar)
Enter the group code
Make a post http://www.slideshare.net/ iTunes U
http://www.apple.com/education/itunes-u/ MERLOT - Multimedia educational resources
http://www.merlot.org/merlot/index.htm Post and search resources and materials at: http://prezi.com/ 1. Community of Practice Share
Lifelong Learning
Trouble Shooting
Professional Development Personally and Professionally 2. Digital Skills Privacy (Protection)
Organization (files, links, emails, docs, etc)
Best practices
Access, share, and create online material Teaching 21st century learners
Enhance learning
Motivate students
Integrate authentic materials and multimedia
Communication with students and parents
L2 practice outside the classroom
Find and use online materials and resources
Create and share online materials and resources Students studying Persian
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