Wisconsin World Languages Technology Workshop Aug. 4-5, 2010


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Workshop handout:

Agenda

Wednesday
9:00 -11:30
Welcome and Introductions
  1. Twitter (hashtag: #wwl2010), iEtherpad, Today’s Meet-being an active member of the workshop
  2. What does 21st Century Learning? Theisen presentation
  3. ISTE (International Society for Technology in Education) standards for students, teachers and administrators
  4. Exploring videos, articles, websites and other teachers’ Wikispaces linked to 21st century learning (Part 1 and Part 2)
  5. 21st Century skills collaborative team activity using handouts
  6. Theisen presentation
11:45–12:45 PM
Lunch Pyle Center
12:45 – 1:00 PM
Questions
1:00 – 2:30 PM
Build your Wikispace
(Go o Educational wikispace if you are using it for class-means no ads)
2:45 to 4:30 p.m
Make a Wordle or other word cloud-add to Wikispace with screen shot and link
Make a Piclits-add to Wikispace- with screen shot and link
Make a Toondoo-Embed in Wikispace
Make a Voki or Voxopop-Embed in Wikispace
Play with Polleverywhere and other polls, surveys and cellphones
Play with Blabberize, Fotobabble, Buildyourselfwild
Play with Face-in-Hole Photofunia
Play with Google maps in other languages
4:30 to 5:00 p.m.
Share your creations.
Optional Assignment:
  • Make a 10-12 slide ppt that you might use for your class. Have one or images and one or twp sentences.
  • In teams write the statement for your category of the 21st century skills. Start creating benchmarks for that category.



Thursday

9:00 – 9:30 AM
Check-in with Twitter and hashtag: #wwl2010 , iEtherpad, Today’s Meet
9:30 – 10:15 AM
21st Century Skills-Add your statements and outcomes to Google Docs
Google Doc we will be working on:
  1. Wisconsin-WL 21st century comparison chart
10:30-12:00
Make a movie: Choose from among these tools:
Animoto Get Animoto Education Edition: unlimited videos for you and your students
Xtranormal: Text to movie making
Stupeflix
Slide.com-Use pictures and add captions
PhotoPeach
One True Media
Explore the possibilities of Voicethread/ Leave your comments on this Voicethread for our Workshop
A digital poster:Glogster/check out Glogster.edu also
12:00-12:45 PM
Lunch- PYLE CENTER
12:45-2:30 PM
Make a book: Explore and use among these tools:
Storybird scroll down page. See the wiki for language stories
Mixbook
Bookr
2:15 - 2:30 PM
Your favorite tool and why? Use this google doc
2:30 – 3:00 PM
Show / Share Favorites/Questions
3:00 – 3:15 PM
Evaluation and Closing





Google Docs we will be working on:
  1. Wisconsin-WL 21st century comparison chart
  2. WL 21st century skills outcomes/examples template


Quick Reference List for tools



Five Questions for Planning Successful Web-Based Activities

1. What is the curriculum related purpose of the activity? The outcome or assessment should be aligned to your lesson objectives and standards.
2. Does the Internet tool enhance the activity? If the answer is no, find a more appropriate place to integrate the web.
3. How will students use the online resources? Once students locate information, they should be asked to apply, analyze, synthesize, evaluate, or create. The activity should require them to move to higher levels of Bloom's Taxonomy.
4. Do students have necessary information analysis/information synthesis skills or am I including these in instruction? The project should not become simply an exercise in locating information. Students must have the necessary background knowledge and pre-requisite skills to complete higher level tasks or these must be included in instruction prior to the web-based learning activity.
5. Do I have the necessary time and support for the activity? Double your original time estimate and always have access to technical support to resolve problems efficiently.



Quick Reference List
word clouds
Wordle, Wordsift, ImageChef Word mosaic
Tagxedo ABC Ya Word Cloud
making movies
Animoto/Edu, Slide.com Stupefix, Xtranormal: One True Media
PhotoPeach Domo Animate
Share and Publish Documents
Scribd Slideshare Issuu publishing format tool
avatar video podcast
Voki, Fotobabble Blabberize
podcast
Vocaroo, Yodio, Voxopop
wikispaces
Wikispaces
comics
ToondooMake Believe Comix
Google
Google Docs, Google maps in other languages, Google Earth
Polls
Polleverywhere
Writing books/Storytelling
Mixbook Bookr Storybird: Zooburst popup books
Issuu-publish
Voicethread
Voicethread/Edu
Glogster
Glogster Glogster/Edu
BackChannel feedback
Today's meet, Wallwisher, Backnoise
Linoit (like wallwisher), Chatzy
Collaborating tools
Primary Pad Edistorm brainstorming
iEtherpad real-time collaborating tool, Titan Pad collaborating tool
Pirate Pad
Videoconferencing
Zorap
Other
Piclits, BeFunky: Buildyourselfwild FaceinHole Big Huge Labs
Flickr Poet Photofunia
Flashcards
Quizlet Funnel Brain
Text to speech
Vozme: available in Italiano| Hindi| Português| Català| Español|English
Misc.
Web Wardrobe-closet of web tools
easy event scheduling
Doodle
Convert media files online
from one format into another
Online converter
Connecting with others
Livemocha Palabea
Creating rubrics
Rubistar
Create a PDF file from a webpage
Web2PDF
Takes notes and access on
computer anywhere
Evernote



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