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Lindsay Murray Devy Pasco Aylin Toker Jessica Wilkes. Social Tools. Online Photo Sharing. What is it?. Posting pictures on the internet (sharing pictures via the internet) Often used by students in their personal lives

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social tools

Lindsay Murray

Devy Pasco

Aylin Toker

Jessica Wilkes

Social Tools

what is it
What is it?
  • Posting pictures on the internet (sharing pictures via the internet)
  • Often used by students in their personal lives
  • Provides a great opportunity for teachers to integrate technology into the classroom
  • Numerous free online photo sharing sites
safety guidelines
Safety Guidelines
  • Controversial issue
  • Consult the school’s internet safety guidelines/policy
  • Teacher must receive permission from student’s legal guardian before engaging in online photo sharing
  • Find a site that requires a classroom or student password (not open to the general public)
  • Do not include captions that reveal the names of students
  • Educate students on proper/safe online photo sharing
moving it into the classroom
Moving it into the classroom…
  • Digital storytelling
  • Virtual field trips
  • Building community within the classroom
  • Science experiments/investigations
  • Photojournalism
  • Visual dictionary
  • Making real world connections
  • Sharing experiences
  • Keypals (electronic pen pals)
examples
Examples

There are numerous free online photo sharing sites:

  • www.picasa.com
  • www.kodakgallery.com
  • www.myphotoalbum.com

All of these sites offer the option of making photos private or public!

what is it1
What is it?
  • Organizing websites in one place, making it easier to find them again
  • Useful to teachers and students alike
  • Can be used in various ways in and out of the classroom
safety guidelines1
Safety Guidelines
  • Students should be instructed beforehand on safe web searching and validity of sites
  • Teachers should educate parents on the purpose of keeping bookmarks and on safe web browsing
  • Having bookmarks open to the public makes it easier for the whole class to see them, but students should be aware of this
  • Personal websites should not be posted on a public bookmark site (facebook, blogger, myspace)
moving it into the classroom1
Moving it into the classroom…
  • Virtual field trips
  • Building community within the classroom
  • Homework help
  • Completing projects
  • Referencing work
examples1
Examples
  • There are numerous free online bookmarking sites:
  • http://del.icio.us/
  • http://www.mybookmarks.com/
  • http://www.backflip.com/login.ihtml
  • All of these sites offer the option of making bookmarks private or public!
what is it2
What is it?
  • A compilation of web pages uploaded onto a web server
  • A set of web pages for a specific purpose, organization, person, or interest (www.utas.edu.au/library/etutor/main/webzglos.htm)
  • “A web site is a collection of electronic pages generally formatted in HTML (Hypertext Markup Language) that can contain text, graphic images, and multimedia effects such as sound files, video and/or animation files.” (www.designscope.biz/resources/glossary_print.htm)
safety guidelines2
Safety Guidelines
  • Public Accessibility
  • Content
    • Private information
    • Pictures
    • Names
    • Location
  • Familiarize yourself with your school/districts policies

(http://www.glencoe.com/sec/teachingtoday/educationupclose.phtml/26)

moving it into the classroom2
Moving it into the classroom…
  • Students:
  • Homework
  • Important Dates
  • Useful Links
  • Organization
  • Parents:
  • Connection
  • Progress “What did you learn today”
  • News
  • Useful Links
  • Teachers:
  • Organization
  • Connection (enhance)
  • Communicate- links, other info useful for learning outside of class

(http://coe.sdsu.edu/eet/articles/connectweb/index.htm)

examples2
Examples
  • http://www.mozilla.org/products/mozilla1.x/
  • http://www.schoolzone.com
  • Netscape Composer
  • DreamWeaver
  • WebPlus 6
  • Word
what is it3
What is it?
  • Name derived from Web Logging
  • Online diary or journal
  • Can include graphics, audio, and/or video elements
  • Web-publishing concept that enables ANYONE to publish information on the internet
safety guidelines3
Safety Guidelines
  • Age appropriate online tools
  • Check school/district\'s Acceptable Use Policy (AUP)
  • Receive permission from student\'s legal guardian
  • Read the privacy statement
  • Hide blog from search engines
  • Do not provide personal information including full name
  • Use program/online tool that requires a password
moving it into the classroom3
Moving it into the classroom…
  • Student journaling
  • Reflective writing
  • Record group progress on a project
  • Ask professional writers to edit their blogs, or provide feedback
  • Investigate topics online and then report on their research
  • Talk about shared classroom experiences
  • Discuss experiences from field trips or vacations
examples3
Examples
  • http://epnweb.org/blogmeister/index.php?blog=
  • FREE
  • Blogmeister: designed with teachers and students in mind. Teacher can evaluate, comment on, and finally publish students\' blog in a controlled environment
  • http://www.edublogs.org/
  • FREE
  • Dedicated to educational professionals, students of all ages, as well as English language students
  • http://www.haranbanjo.com/kidzblog/
  • $9.00 for a single-user academic license
  • Easy to use blog tool for teachers interested in blogging in the classroom on a single computer. Safe and easy to use
references
References
  • Adobe. (2006). Digital kids club. Retrieved on February 18, 2006, from
  • http://www.adobe.com/education/digkids/lessons/main.html.
  • Blogmeister. (2006). Blogmeister. The Landmark Project. Retrieved on February 20, 2006, from
  • http://epnweb.org/blogmeister/index.php?blog=
  • Designscope. (n.d).Glossary of terms: Web site. Retrieved on February 19, 2006, from http://www.designscope.biz/resources/glossary_print.htm.
  • Edublog. (2006). Edublogs.org. Retrieved on February 21, 2006,from
  • http://edublogs.org/
  • Glencoe Online. (2002). Web publishing basics. Retrieved on February 20, 2006, from http://www.glencoe.com/sec/teachingtoday/educationupclose.phtml/26
  • Linnea. (2005). Protecting your images online-A technical perspective. Cut of Cloth.
  • Retrieve on February 20, 2006, from
  • http://www.cutofcloth.com/article_protectingimages.asp.
  • San Diego State University. (2005).Connecting with classroom websites. Online encyclopedia of educational technology. Retrieved on February 19, 2006, from http://coe.sdsu.edu/eet/articles/connectweb/index.htm
  • University of Tasmania. (2006).Glossary: Website. Retrieved on February 20, 2006, from http://www.utas.edu.au/library/etutor/main/webzglos.htm
  • Wikepedia.(2006). Photo sharing. Wikepedia, the free encyclopedia. Retrieved on February 21, 2006, from http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Photo_sharing
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