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					               Jackie Fulton, Librarian
               Imagine Environmental Charter School


Last updated 12/11/2011
    Student computer logins
    What is 2.0?
    Ask Me!
    Standards & skills
    Web 2.0 tools overview
    For more information



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    “s” is the old student drive

    “z” is the new student drive

    Login= first name + last
     initial
     Password= imagine
        Ex: Jane Doe = janed

    To save :
     Student should save files in
     “My Documents”

DO NOT save to desktop
(files may be lost)



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To access the “z”
drive from a teacher
desktop:

Start
  My Computer
      Select “z” drive




Student folders will
appear. Teachers
have access to
every student file.




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    Blogs

    Wiki’s

    Social networking

    Online collaboration (Google Docs)




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http://www.teachertube.com/viewVideo.php?video_id=171553

    Introduce skills/ new media to class

    Help students learn to manipulate web 2.0

    “Presearch” for successful fact finding

    Pathfinders for units/lessons




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What skills will students sharpen with web 2.0
 tools?
    Communication
    Collaboration
    (Multi) Media Literacy
    Critical thinking
    Technology
Standards for 21st Century Learners –AASL
(Science map)
Information Standards for Student Learning (Information Power)

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http://voicethread.com/#u629
http://voicethread.ning.com/ (education)

                                                            Library Password
                                           Jaclyn.Fulton@imagineschools.com
                                                                    123green
What is it?
 Digital storytelling tool
 Upload photos, import search/media from NYPL, add voice
  commentary & doodler
 Microphone or telephone options




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 http://blabberize.com/mystuff
                                           Library password:
                                                       ecs09
                                                  mightyoak
 What is it?
  Digital storytelling tool (fun)
  Add a moving mouth & commentary to any image
  Microphone or telephone option




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 http://scribblemaps.com/#lat=42.314111&lng=-83.036825&z=3&t=Map&y=0&p=0

 What is it?
  Online mapping tool with editing capabilities
  Designed for easy editing
  Toggle between several free mapping tools
  Save and share maps, no user accounts required




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 http://kidblog.org/home.php
                                                Library login
                                                   ecslibrary
                                                   123green


 What is it?
  Free, private blog space for education
  Create a class blog with individual student users




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http://www.capzles.com/#/0be9e62f-70ea-46ee-bdb4-2286c095b500/
                                                   Library login:
                                                      Ecslibrary
                                                       123green
What is it?
 Interactive timeline comprised of “moments”
 Photos, Word, PDF & MP3 Files

Applications:
 Hands-on storyboard & sequencing (story walk)
 Record experiment progress (hatching chicks)
 Enhance instruction
 Share with families

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                    For more information
     University of Houston
     Educational Uses for Digital Story Telling
     http://digitalstorytelling.coe.uh.edu/index.html


     Kathy Schrock’s Guide for Educators
     http://school.discoveryeducation.com/schrockguide/sos.html


     Amazing Web 2.0 Projects
     http://www.terry-
     freedman.org.uk/web2_2010/Amazing%20Web%202%20Projects.pdf

     Federal Resources for Excellence in Education (FREE)
     http://free.ed.gov/




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