This series of mini workshops are designed to get you online and working efficiently. Learn some basic tools and tips to help you look Tech Savvy and Creative. This 5 week series of workshops highlight:
- The latest Web 2.0 tools – what are they and what do they do?
- How to use each tool – the nuts and bolts
- How to integrate these tools into the context of your classroom – and how to align each technique with state curriculum standards
Create a Tweet, Post to your Blog and setup a Wiki.
10 t00ls that I could not live without
I share some of the Web 2.0 tools that I use regularly in my classroom.
I use wikis, blogs, twitter, Photopeach, Animoto, Google and Discovery Education.
Use blogs and twitter to keep up to date.
Interested in staying in contact with the new findings, blog posts and articles in your field? Twitter, Blogs and Online Learning Communities can help you stay on top of your game.
Blog, Blog and then Blog some more
Blogging can increase engagement
Want some tips on how to Blog for yourself and for your class? This presentation can help you set up your blog and blogs for your students.
World of wikis
Wondering about wikis?
This presentation will give some of the ins and outs of creating your own online space using wikis.
Computers and 33 students in a 90 minute classroom
How does it look?
Ever wondered, "How do I REALLY integrate technology into my classes?" If so, this workshop will help you plan out your daily agendas following the Madeline Hunter Lesson Plan format.
ELA Common Core + ELA GLEs
This presentation displays the fusion of the new English Language Arts Common Core Standards with our existing GLEs
Unit and Lesson on Short Stories and NonFiction that meshes the objectives and student skills of the Common Core and the GLEs.