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  1. Implementing Web 2.0 Tools in the Middle Grades Science Classroom: Glogster and PBWorks Going Digital in the K-12 Classroom An Advancing Literacy Workshop

  2. Technical Issues • During the Wimba session we are limited in our ability to solve most technical problems. However, if you experience technical problems during this Wimba workshop, you can call: 866-350-4978 Wimba Technical Assistance

  3. Introductions • Daphne Mills – 8th grade Science, Anson County Schools • Travis Flippin – 6/7/8 Grade Science, Chatham County schools

  4. Agenda Welcome to Implementing Web 2.0 Tools in the Middle Grades Science Classroom: Glogster and PBWorks. Here’s what we are covering in this presentation: • Using Glogster to engage your students • Using PBWorks for student collaboration • Independent Practice & Follow Up Discussion • Questions & Answers

  5. Glogs and Wiki • Web 2.0 Tools or tools that allow internet users to participate and collaborate • Glogs (short for Graphical Blog) are interactive posters which students can make and share. These can include pictures, videos, links to other sites, and other tools • Wikis (From the Hawaiian word for quick) are web work spaces that people can use to collaborate and share

  6. Why Use These Tools? • Engaging use of technology • Reaches students with different learning styles and abilities • Allows students to collaborate with each other and learn from each other • Reaches far beyond the standard paper presentations

  7. Examples of Glogs

  8. Making a Glog http://edu.glogster.com - Can register, or just create a Glog

  9. Content Slide

  10. Now the Wiki • Multiple free sites that can be used for Wikis • We will focus on PBWiki: http://pbworks.com/ • Create an account for yourself, then usernames/passwords for your students

  11. Editing page Insert Glogster using this selection

  12. Embed Glogster

  13. Next Steps • Over the next two days try out some of the tools we’ve shared with you here and think about how you can use them in your classroom with your students. • Create your own Glog, using any topic you teach, or that interests you at http://edu.glogster.com/ • Create an account at http://pbworks.com/, join our session wiki at http://implementingweb2inmidgrsciclass.pbworks.com • Make your own page, and embed your Glog to share with the other participants

  14. Next Steps • Participate in the discussion on the Adolescent Literacy Ning located at: http://adolescent-literacy.ning.com/group/advancingliteracy • Scroll down the page to find the discussion forum for this presentation titled: Presentation 8: Web 2.0 Tools in the Science Classroom (2 p.m. Wednesday session) • The discussion will close on Monday, July 25!!!! • Information about this was included in the workshop packet that was sent out by email.

  15. For More Information For more information about this workshop and others go to the Center for Adolescent Literacies website at: http://literacy.uncc.edu/ Presentation materials including this Power Point are posted at: http://literacy.uncc.edu/professional-development

  16. Thank You! Thank you for joining us today. In about a week, you will receive a short survey that helps us evaluate these workshops. Thanks in advance for filling that out. For additional questions contact: Bruce Taylor Director, The Center for Adolescent Literacies at UNC Charlotte bruce.taylor@uncc.edu