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  1. Web 2.0 Using Blogs, Wikis, Podcasts and other Web-based Learning Tools

  2. In the beginning…Web 1.0 • First generation web services • Special skills and tools required for web authoring • Most individuals limited to being consumers of web-based information

  3. Kids as Content Producers

  4. What is Web 2.0? • Web 2.0 – second generation of web-based services • Web based authoring tools readily available • Everyone can be an author / producer of information – limited skill required

  5. Web 2.0 – Embraced by Millenials They have stories to tell… • MySpace • Piczo • flickr • YouTube

  6. Web 2.0 – as a learning tool • Many educational benefits to web 2.0 • Authentic student authorship, collaboration and sharing • Blogs, wikis and podcasts most popular tools for education

  7. Web 2.0 – as a learning tool Web-based No special software needed!! Anytime…anywhere!

  8. Q’s ‘bout w 2.0?

  9. Session Wikihttp://whipple-web20.wikispaces.com

  10. Blogs

  11. Blogs • Short for “web logs”

  12. Blogs • Website – easy to use, like writing an email • Entries, or “posts” are made in journal style; chronological order • Text, images, videos, links • Interactive comments

  13. Uses for Blogs • Homework / School websites • Class websites (information, links, etc.) • Teacher generated notes • Links to resources

  14. Uses for Blogs • Interactive student blogs • Literature circles • Collaborative studies • Student generated notes • Discussions • Student Portfolios • Comment ability is important feature

  15. Uses for Blogs • Professional Reflective Blogs • Teacher PD • Professional Reflective Journal

  16. Uses for Blogs • Different levels of participation (Post, comment, read) • Comment ability is important feature • Interactive, conversational

  17. Available Support for Blogs • Blog Resources: • Blogger • Edublogs • Classblogmeister

  18. Wikis

  19. Wiki • “wiki wiki” - Hawaiian for “fast” • Backronym “What IKnow Is” • Wikipedia

  20. Wiki • Website – allows visitors or members to add, remove, edit content • Ease of use, like using MS Word document • Three levels of participation (edit, edit with moderation, read-only) • Text, images, videos, links

  21. Uses for Wikis • Home / School communication • Class websites (information, links, etc.) • Teacher generated notes • Links to resources

  22. Uses for Wikis • Collaborative projects • Collaborative student note keeping • Group project management / hosting • Student Centered Activities • Student writing / editing • Collaborative ability to edit is key feature

  23. Wikis vs Blogs • No archive of previous posts in wikis • Wikis are quicker to change, adaptable • More visible student participation

  24. Available Support for Wikis • Wiki Resources: • Wikispaces.com • (ad/links free for education) • pbwiki.com • wetpaint.com

  25. Podcasts

  26. Podcasting • “Podcasting” – 2005 Word of the Year (New Oxford English Dictionary) • iPod + Broadcasting • Backronym “Personal On Demand” “On Demand TV”

  27. Podcast • Web-based audio and video feeds • Different file formats • Mp3, mp4, avi, wmv • “Audience” can select what content they want to watch/listen • Fairly small files, mostly downloadable

  28. Uses for Podcasts • Student Lessons • Universities, high schools record and make lectures available • Student Productions • Students can produce projects within classroom to build and demonstrate understandings

  29. Uses for Podcasts • Collaborative Projects • Students can use podcasts to build and share during collaborative projects (esp. over distance) • Student Productions • Students can produce projects within classroom to build and demonstrate understandings

  30. Podcasts • Feeds can be incorporated into • Blogs, wikis, other websites • iTunes • Three steps; • Production • Hosting • Listening

  31. Production • Mac – iLife (GarageBand, iMovie) • PC – Photostory3, Audacity, MovieMaker

  32. Hosting • The challenge – webspace • Departmental webspace (access an issue) • Free webspace (on-line environment an issue) • YouTube (video) • iTunes • MySpace, Piczo, etc.

  33. Listening • iPod, mp3 player • Computer

  34. Wrapping Up • As we go back to classroom – personal commitment to learning important • Share with others – update our wiki!

  35. Voicethread

  36. Voicethread • “On-line Media Album” • Users Annotate with voice, text, audio file, webcam or “doodle” • Powerful storytelling device • http://voicethread.com

  37. Questions?