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Thursday, November 8

  1. page home edited This is my collection site has been archived. For an updated version of resources for educator…
    This is my collectionsite has been archived.
    For an updated version
    of resources for educators. Hope you find something useful!
    Meg's ICT attitudinal survey
    Web 2.0 survival guide Includes information on
    Web 2.0
    the site, visit the Using Social Media in the Classroom wiki, which covers
    Part 1. Getting started: The essentials
    1. Social media and education
    2. Sound educational design using social media
    3. Common aspects of social media functions and practice
    Part 2. The 'big four'
    4. Blogs
    5. Wikis
    6. Social networks
    7. Podcasting, music, and audio
    Part 3. Enriching your practice
    8. Visual media
    9. Instant messaging, chat, Skype, and Twitter
    10. Bookmarking, clippings, mindmapping, and polls
    11. Educational games and mobile learning
    12. Productivity
    tools
    Part 4. Social contexts
    13. 'Digital natives', new learning,
    and services
    Choosing the right tool
    Risk analysis
    Other important considerations
    And a really useful document (Word, 56 KB) that you can use as a basis for educating others about keeping safe
    digital literacy
    14. The digital divide and digital participation
    15. Cyberbullying
    16. Understanding risk
    online

    17. Practical and in-class considerations

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    12:50 pm

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Friday, March 5

  1. page Concept mapping and brainstorming edited Purpose To introduce you to online concept mapping to describe some ways that you can it in c…

    Purpose
    To introduce you to online concept mapping to describe some ways that you can it in class.
    Learning outcomes
    By the end of this workshop, you should be able to
    ...
    the web
    2.

    2.
    Share your
    ...
    a friend
    3. Export your map as an image file
    4. More advanced users will be able to embed their map in their website
    Program
    ...
    brainstorming online?
    2. Educational focus
    3. Ideas for practice
    4. Sign up for a concept mapping service
    5. Using a concept mapping service
    6. Reflection
    7.

    7.
    Evaluation
    8. Useful links
    1. What is concept mapping and brainstorming online?
    ...
    Visiting wordpress.com and signing in via the WordPress main page
    You will not be able to change your username or web address later; however, you will be able to change your password and email address.
    Mind mapping with Bubbl.us
    View more presentations from Maggie Verster.

    5. Using a concept map online
    Create a concept map around a topic familar to you
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    11:41 pm

Tuesday, March 2

  1. page home edited This is my collection of resources for educators. Hope you find something useful! Meg's ICT attitu…
    This is my collection of resources for educators. Hope you find something useful!
    Meg's ICT attitudinal survey
    ...
    survival guide Includes information on
    Web 2.0 tools and services
    Choosing the right tool
    Risk analysis
    Other important considerations
    And a really useful document (Word, 56 KB) that you can use as a basis for educating others about keeping safe online

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    10:49 pm
  2. page home edited This is my collection of resources for educators. Hope you find something useful! Meg's ICT attit…
    This is my collection of resources for educators. Hope you find something useful!
    Meg's ICT attitudinal survey
    Web 2.0 survival guide

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    3:53 pm

Thursday, February 18

  1. page space.menu edited ... - Concept mapping and brainstorming - Photosharing - Polls and surveys - RSS basics - So…
    ...
    - Concept mapping and brainstorming
    - Photosharing
    - Polls and surveys
    - RSS basics
    - Social bookmarking
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    9:36 pm
  2. page Polls and surveys edited ... Learning outcomes By the end of this workshop, you should be able to ... or survey 2. …
    ...
    Learning outcomes
    By the end of this workshop, you should be able to
    ...
    or survey
    2. Compare online poll and survey services
    Program
    ...
    and surveys?
    2. Educational focus
    3. Ideas for practice
    4. Sign up for Vizu and Survey Monkey
    ...
    Survey Monkey
    6.

    6.
    Reflection
    7.

    7.
    Evaluation
    1. What are online polls and surveys?
    Visit sk9pThe web 2.0 Survival Guide entry on polls and surveys
    ...
    Share your polls with others
    Ask students to create polls on class topics and insert them into their wikis or blogs etc.
    _
    2. Educational focus
    Communication and knowledge sharing
    ...
    You will not be able to change your username or web address later; however, you will be able to change your password and email address.
    5. Using online polls and surveys
    ...
    Survey Monkey.
    Create a poll in each
    How do services compare in terms of functionality, ease-of-use, features? Other?
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    9:36 pm
  3. page Polls and surveys edited Purpose To introduce you to setting up polls and surveys online. Learning outcomes By the end o…
    Purpose
    To introduce you to setting up polls and surveys online.
    Learning outcomes
    By the end of this workshop, you should be able to
    1. Create an online poll or survey
    2. Compare online poll and survey services
    Program
    1. What are online polls and surveys?
    2. Educational focus
    3. Ideas for practice
    4. Sign up for Vizu and Survey Monkey
    5. Using Vizu and Survey Monkey
    6. Reflection
    7. Evaluation
    1. What are online polls and surveys?
    Visit sk9pThe web 2.0 Survival Guide entry on polls and surveys
    Create and customise polls
    Share your polls with others
    Ask students to create polls on class topics and insert them into their wikis or blogs etc.
    _
    2. Educational focus
    Communication and knowledge sharing
    Opinion
    Brainstorming
    Feedback
    3. Ideas for practice
    Ask students to create a poll for a class investigation. Get them to collate their results and to present a report.
    Use polls to demonstrate to students how survey questions can be used to manipulate opinion. The classic dialogue from ‘Yes, Prime Minister’ about opinion polls and introduction of national service can be a great starting point. Ask students to construct a poll that deliberately biases each side of an argument.
    Create your own poll and use it as a quizz to check student understanding of a topic.
    Use a poll to gather student feedback on your teaching or your course.
    Teach students how to create meaningful poll questions around course themes.
    Use polls as a way of gathering opinion or information for your own research.
    4. Set up an account
    {http://www.vizu.com/img/logo_WebPoll.gif} {http://images.surveymonkey.com/img/logo_mk.gif} {http://images.surveymonkey.com/img/logo_txt.gif}
    ESSENTIAL! Write down or remember these things:*
    Your username
    Your web address/URL
    Your password
    The email address you used to create this account
    *You will need your username and password to sign in to your blog in the future. If using WordPress, you will be able to access your blog in the future by either
    Visiting your blog's web address and signing in under the 'Meta' area, or
    Visiting wordpress.com and signing in via the WordPress main page
    You will not be able to change your username or web address later; however, you will be able to change your password and email address.
    5. Using online polls and surveys
    In pairs, explore Vizu and Survey Monkey.
    Create a poll in each
    How do services compare in terms of functionality, ease-of-use, features? Other?
    6. Reflection
    What applications can you see for this in your work, teaching or research?
    What have I learnt?
    What is still unclear?
    What do I need to follow up on?
    Where to from here?
    What other stuff I have read or accessed to help me make sense of it all?
    7. Evaluation
    Helpful or not? Let us know your thoughts.

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    9:35 pm

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