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Web 2.0 for Faculty. Get ready to change the fundamental way you teach!. Interesting Times. May you live in interesting times…. ~ Chinese Curse and Blessing. Students and Faculty. A Vision of Students Today. What do our students look like?. Typical Student Has Cell phone Phone Text

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    1. Web 2.0 for Faculty Get ready to change the fundamental way you teach! Perret Web 2.0 for Faculty

    2. Interesting Times May you live in interesting times….. ~ Chinese Curse and Blessing Perret Web 2.0 for Faculty

    3. Students and Faculty Perret - Web 2.0 for Faculty

    4. A Vision of Students Today Perret - Web 2.0 for Faculty

    5. What do our students look like? • Typical Student • Has Cell phone • Phone • Text • Email • Photos • Has iPod • Connected 24 hours a day • Has MySpace or FaceBook • Uses internet to find stuff • Watches YouTube a lot • Is online many hours a day, as one of the major sources for entertainment and socialization http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dGCJ46vyR9o Perret Web 2.0 for Faculty

    6. What do we look like? • Typical Prof • Has Cell phone- makes basic phone calls • No Text • No email • No iPod • Has never seen MySpace or Facebook • Uses internet sparingly • Does not have a web page • Has never seen YouTube • Is online to do business only Perret Web 2.0 for Faculty

    7. The Real Digital Divide Perret Web 2.0 for Faculty

    8. How we see ourselves Perret Web 2.0 for Faculty

    9. How students see us Perret Web 2.0 for Faculty

    10. How do we teach them? http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Fnh9q_cQcUE&feature=related Perret Web 2.0 for Faculty

    11. Tools are in place Perret Web 2.0 for Faculty

    12. Web 2.0 Perret - Web 2.0 for Faculty

    13. A participatory online environment in which anyone and everyone can contribute, share, and collaborate. Tools are provided that allow users to add value by contributing, information, media, and even software. Web as a platform, where applications, data, and communications are stored on servers and accessed through browsers. Perret Web 2.0 for Faculty

    14. in the classroom Perret Web 2.0 for Faculty • Web 2.0 technologies are a technology magnet for students. • They provide teachers with: • Powerful collaboration tools • New ways to teach and to reach students • New concepts and skills to teach • Insight into students’ lifestyles

    15. in the classroom LESSONS IN…. • Personal Information Management • Google Calendar • Gmail • ToDoLists.com • Internet Communication and Collaboration • Blogs • Wiki’s • Facebook • Twitter • del.icio.us • Second Life • ProductivitySoftware • Google Apps • Zoho Apps • EyeOS • Programming • Google MashUps • Yahoo Tubes • Facebook and MySpace Development Platforms • Media Production • Podcasts, Vlogs • YouTube • Flickr • Second Life Perret Web 2.0 for Faculty

    16. Web 1.0 Web Page User Gets Information from the Web Page Perret Web 2.0 for Faculty

    17. Web Page User Interacts with the Web Page Perret Web 2.0 for Faculty

    18. Photo Sharing Perret Web 2.0 for Faculty

    19. Photo sharing Perret Web 2.0 for Faculty

    20. Photo sharing • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vPU4awtuTsk&feature=user Perret Web 2.0 for Faculty

    21. Flickr in an Art class http://flickr.com/photos/ha112/901660/in/set-129006/ Perret Web 2.0 for Faculty

    22. Social Bookmarking Perret - Web 2.0 for Faculty

    23. What is Social Bookmarking?A social bookmarking site provides a way for students or teachers to save all of their links in one place on the Internet. These links are saved with one or more tags to help find the site in the future. Perret Web 2.0 for Faculty

    24. For example, if a teacher found a site with valuable information about a book taught in the classroom, he or she might tag the link with “Hamlet” and “Shakespeare” and “lesson plans.” • All Web sites that are tagged this way would then be easily found. • An individual can save these bookmarks in his or her private collection. • and share them with the entire community. Perret Web 2.0 for Faculty

    25. Social Bookmarking http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x66lV7GOcNU&feature=related Perret Web 2.0 for Faculty

    26. Wiki Perret - Web 2.0 for Faculty

    27. WIKIs Online collaborative encyclopedia – general purpose or topic-specific. Adopted in some businesses as a knowledge management system. Wiki–from the Hawaiian term ‘Wikiwiki’ meaning “rapidly.” A wiki is a website that can be edited and amended by users via a basic browser. http://en.wikipedia.org http://www.wikia.com http://scratchpad.wikia.com http://www.scienceofspectroscopy.info/edit/index.php?title=Using_wiki_in_education Perret Web 2.0 for Faculty

    28. Wiki http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-dnL00TdmLY&feature=user Perret Web 2.0 for Faculty

    29. Wiki in the classroom How can teachers use wikis to facilitate teaching, writing development, and learning? • Provide a space for free writing • Debate course topics, including assigned readings • Share resources such as annotated bibliographies, websites, effective writing samples, conferences, calls for manuscripts • Maintain a journal of work performed on group projects • Require students to collaborate on documents, such as an essay written by the entire class • Discuss curricular and instructional innovations • Encourage students to revise Wikipedia pages or take on new wikipedia assignments • Inspire students to write a Wikibook • Support service learning projects (i.e. use wikis to build a website about a challenge in their city) Perret Web 2.0 for Faculty

    30. YouTube Perret - Web 2.0 for Faculty

    31. What’s on YouTube • YouTube is a popular free video sharing website which lets users upload, view, and share video clips. • Many professors are beginning to recognize the educational value of YouTube. • There may be a lot of fluff on the site, but ignore the skateboarding dogs and you'll find a lot of potential. • In fact, Pitzer College is currently offering a course titled “Learning from YouTube.” • wwwTools recently published a list of YouTube in Education links. • Millions of Videos • How to’s – step-by-step instructions • Historical clips – MLK’s “I Have A Dream” speech • UC Berkeley – thousands of course videos http://www.youtube.com/ucberkeley • TeacherTube - http://www.teachertube.com/index.php Perret Web 2.0 for Faculty

    32. YouTube in the classroom English Class - ‘The Road Not Taken’ Read by Robert Frost http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W5ITEd9Nlrg&feature=related Perret Web 2.0 for Faculty

    33. YouTube in the classroom Math Class http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HT5RX998ark Perret - Web 2.0 for Faculty

    34. YouTube in the classroom Sociology Class – Dorlores Huertes UFW Founder • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WtKkUUuV-80 Perret - Web 2.0 for Faculty

    35. YouTube in the Classroom Auto Shop http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Dy5W8R3aiVs Perret - Web 2.0 for Faculty

    36. Other Video File Sharing Perret - Web 2.0 for Faculty

    37. Podcasts Perret - Web 2.0 for Faculty

    38. WEB BROADCASTING Podcasts, Vcasts: audio and video over RSS typically delivered on a schedule. iTunes is an ideal aggregator Perret Web 2.0 for Faculty

    39. PodCasts for your students • The iTunes Store has over 10,000 podcasts specific for educationhttp://www.apple.com/education/teachers-professors/ • The Education Podcast Network is an effort to bring together, in one place, the wide range of podcast programming that may be helpful to teachers looking to explore issues related to teaching and learning in the 21st century. http://www.epnweb.org/ Perret Web 2.0 for Faculty

    40. Podcast in the classroom • Make a podcast of your lecture while you do them then • Use iTunes to distribute it to your students each week. Perret - Web 2.0 for Faculty

    41. Making your own Podcasts 3-simple steps…. • Start your PowerPoint Presentation and push Record • used JING - it’s free!. • Use Bluetooth headset as wireless mic. • Make your presentation as usual • Press Stop, then push create PodCast. You are done – just upload it to your website, Moodle, iTunes or to YouTube. Here is an example of one I did and then uploaded to YouTube: Perret Web 2.0 for Faculty

    42. Podcast Example http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dcbb7CdHVPw Perret - Web 2.0 for Faculty

    43. iPods in Education • iPods are more than just music players. • iPods have functionality that can be used in many different ways for teaching and learning. • Apple has collected lesson plans from educators who are using iPods. • Audio: music, poetry readings, foreign languages • Video: create you own PodCasts • Text: view text files on an iPod's screen using Notes Perret Web 2.0 for Faculty

    44. Blogs Perret - Web 2.0 for Faculty

    45. WEB BROADCASTING Blogs: Online journals, called Web logs (blogs), gives voice to Web users. http://www.blogger.com Perret Web 2.0 for Faculty

    46. Blogs http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NN2I1pWXjXI&feature=user Perret Web 2.0 for Faculty

    47. MICRO-BLOGGING Post short messages answering the question: What are you doing now? Max. 140 characters. Users “following you” will see your posts on Web or cell phone. http://www.twitter.com Perret Web 2.0 for Faculty

    48. Twitter http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ddO9idmax0o&feature=user Perret Web 2.0 for Faculty

    49. Blogs in Education • Education blogs are becoming a means for educators, students, and education administrators to interact more effectively than ever before. • Technorati currently tracks 63.1 million blogs. Over 5,000 of them are about education. • Because blogs are connected, they can foster the development of a learning community. • Authors can share opinions with each other and support each other with commentary and answers to questions. • For example, the University of Calgary uses blogs to create learning communities. • Additionally, blogs give students ownership over their own learning and an authentic voice, allowing them to articulate their needs and inform their own learning. • Blogs have been shown to contribute to identity-formation in students. (Bortree, D.S., 2005). Perret - Web 2.0 for Faculty

    50. Blogs in your classroom Create a blog • Post calendars, general classroom guidelines and more. • Assignment lists • Provides additional material Link to supplemental videos, podcasts and websites to encourage extended learning. • Students list class hypotheses before each class science experiment. • When experiment is done, results can be posted and compared to initial hypotheses. • Students post most memorable learning moments in weekly lessons • Displays information and characteristics of various art movements. • Post famous art pictures and have students comment on the prominent characteristics of each. • Let students find and post examples of various movements and techniques in art they find. Perret - Web 2.0 for Faculty