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Metropolitan Educational Research Consortium October 15, 2009 Using Great Collaboration Practices In Your Classroom Molly Lynde Godwin High School Henrico, Va 23238 When students of tomorrow sit in classrooms of yesterday http://www.flickr.com/photos/foundphotoslj/466722575/sizes/o/

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Metropolitan Educational Research Consortium

October 15, 2009

Using Great Collaboration Practices In Your Classroom

  • Molly Lynde
  • Godwin High School
  • Henrico, Va 23238
when students of tomorrow sit in classrooms of yesterday
When students of tomorrow sit in classrooms of yesterday

http://www.flickr.com/photos/foundphotoslj/466722575/sizes/o/

but why web collaboration
But why WEB collaboration?

Left Brain Answer

Right Brain Answer

  • collective intelligence-collaboration
  • transparent - instant gratification
  • non-hierarchical- democratic
  • potential for passion - ownership
  • open to public- real recognition
  • permanence- searchable resources

NOTE:

You and your students can easily make Wordles at Wordle.net

but why web collaboration4
But why WEB collaboration?

Left Brain Answer

Right Brain Answer

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We Collaborate To Learn!

www.masternewmedia.org/online_collaboration/s...

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In a perfect world, people learn from textbooks but people learnmore from each other.

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Schools have to be the parent/bad guy

  • We can’t use any (most) collaborative applications that don’t allow moderation by the teacher:
  • No Google Docs
  • No Wallwisher
  • No SimplyBox
  • No Utube
  • No Twitter
  • No Facebook

http://wallie.110mb.com/news/data/upimages/whiplash.jpg

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http://www.polleverywhere.com/multiple_choice_polls/MTM5NTY4NjQ0Nwhttp://www.polleverywhere.com/multiple_choice_polls/MTM5NTY4NjQ0Nw

one collaborative idea
One Collaborative Idea

Sort of a “visual blogging” site

what do you do with voicethread
What do you do with Voicethread?
  • Post documents (Word, PDF), videos, PowerPoints, images, etc
  • Student create/comment on own piece of project then comment on another group’s piece of a project
  • Cross curricular collaboration
  • Interstate collaboration
  • World wide collaboration!
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1. Have students sign a Voicethread Do and Don’t worksheet

2. Have students register with VoiceThread. They will need an email account (Gaggle for in-school use)

3. They will create an avatar (icon) just like they do in Facebook.

4. You can assign coded numbers to identify students.

5. Create a sandbox/play Voicethread so they can get use to the techniques involved.

http://voicethread.com/share/661520/

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To make your own VoiceThread

  • Register in a teacher k12 account
  • Choose create
  • Upload pictures, presentations, documents, images
  • Comment
  • Share - choose copy and then paste the unique identifying link on a document or embed in a wiki/blog
  • Publishing options allows you to choose public, private, moderate
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But wait, there is more!

http://www.flickr.com/photos/pagedooley/2018663891/sizes/l/

Licensed under a Creative Commons attribution-share alike license.

http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0

slide originally created by Bill Ferriter

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  • To make a Cover It Live Event for your classroom:
  • Register
  • Create new (verify time and date)
  • A generated HTML code is produced - copy and paste in a blog or wiki that is open to the public (not protected)
  • Take the time to create messages, polls, url links, etc. in the Show Prep Folder (numbering in a planned order use is helpful)
  • Launch your event. Send Welcome message.
  • Once students enter comments you will have to “allow” or you may send back private messages in order for it to be posted to the blog/wiki for students to see
  • Double click on any show prep items for instant posting from your moderator seat.
  • Great for use in Paideia or Socratic seminars or for high level students to summarize the lessons.
for more information and collaboration
For more information and collaboration

http://simplybox.com/public/?id=109459

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For more information and collaboration
  • mmlynde@henrico.k12.va.us
  • mlynde90@gmail.com
  • mlynde.wikispaces.com