Creating Online Learning Communities

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Ed-Tech tools: An OverviewPart 2

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Friday Afternoon2EdmodoGoogle Haiku LearningEduBlogs

Create collaborative online learning communities

3STOP QWIK WRITEBrainstorm projects that students could work on together. Projects that would be improved if students could collaborateWhat technologies will help them get there?

Create your online name (identify)Consider creating a new Google (and/or facebook) IDDecide on a system for creating, storing, remembering logins and user names and passwords.

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4STOP QWIK WRITEList 5 goals you would like to accomplish this year

Where do you want to go?What do you want to do?

Create your online name (identify)Consider creating a new Google (and/or facebook) IDDecide on a system for creating, storing, remembering logins and user names and passwords.

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5In short, ablogis a website where entries are made in journal style and displayed in reverse chronological order.Awikiis a website that allows visitors to add, remove, edit, and change contentand allows for linking among any number of pages.Whats the difference between a blog, a wiki and a Wikia blog is aflowof information. A wiki is a place tostockinformation.

6LMSLearning Management Systems

Providers of free LMS

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8www.myhaikuclass.com/zandaralearning/edtechIve set up a Haiku Class for this workshop

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What is haiku?

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How to:Add a New Page

Pages consist of Content Blocks

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How to:Edit content

13to create lessons

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16What's a wiki?A wiki is a web site that lets any visitor become a participant: you can create or edit the actual site contents without any special technical knowledge or tools. All you need is a computer with an Internet connection. A wiki is continuously under revision. It is a living collaboration whose purpose is the sharing of the creative process and product by many. One famous example is Wiki-pedia, an online encyclopedia with no authors but millions of contributors and editors. The word "wiki" comes from Hawaiian language, meaning "quick" or "fast."http://www.teachersfirst.com/content/wiki/

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20Edmodo Spotlight helps you find resources to spark your students curiosity and improve their overall learning experience. It is a place to share, collect, review, and discover helpful resources for your students and teaching. It isa marketplace where both publishers and teachers can create and share resources. Teachers from the Edmodo network can download, peruse or purchase these resources.

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Public groups

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25STOP QWIK WRITEList 5 things you learned today

Create your online name (identify)Consider creating a new Google (and/or facebook) IDDecide on a system for creating, storing, remembering logins and user names and passwords.

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26All for Today!Stop, Stretch, Breathe

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