LACUE 2012 presentation
Description: Want to create and publish an ePortfolio for yourself or your students? If so, let me help you design a Weebly.com ePortfolio for yourself or your class that houses essays, photos, digital stories, presentations and videos. Publish a site that you will be proud of for years to come.
Format: Hands-On Lab (1 hr. 45 min.)
Let me show you how to use Weebly.com to publish your work.
Looking for a way to create ePortfolios for you and your students? Need a website for class?
Join me in this session and I will show you how to create ePorfolios for your students and for yourself. Weebly.com can be used to publish work, share videos, create a blog and connect with others.
Presentation Title: Tools to help you and your students create, produce and publish
Abstract - My presentation will demonstrate how to use a variety of tools for teachers to help engage students and for the students to produce creative work. We will examine the uses of:
1. Google Docs for collaboration, Google Forms to gather information
2. Weebly.com for ePortfolios and easy websites
3. Wordle.net for avatars, presentations and prior knowledge assessment
4. Kidblog.org for student blogs
5. Wordpress.com for an assignment blog
6. Edublogs.org for a class blog
7. Photopeach.com for photomovies
8. Audacity for podcasts
9. Screenr.com for how to videos
10. Twitter.com for updates
11. PBWorks.com to create on online classroom
12. Wallwisher.com to gather ideas and other online tools
World of Wiki
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Description: This workshop will discuss the ins and outs of using wikis in classrooms.
Audience: All School Teachers
This presentation has been delivered (in part) to West Jeff teachers.
Wondering about wikis?
This presentation will give some of the ins and outs of creating your own online space using wikis.
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Description: These presentations are mini tech lessons that will help teachers take the 'leap' into technology integration.
Audience: All teachers/administrators
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: blogs, wikis, Twitter, RSS, bookmarking, GoogleApps, etc.
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Do you have a PLN?
Do you use Twitter for Professional Development? Do you follow the work of other educators?
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.
Computers and 33 students