Webinar title
Presenters
Webinar description
Attendees
Screencast URL
iTunes U and You
Diane Aretz, Mindy Broderick, Breanna Byington
We will explore how to integrate podcasts and specifically iTunes U as an educational resource in a secondary classroom. World languages, physics--we will discuss them all!
Amanda Yaklin,
Charles E.
RJ Q.
Brianne R.
Lana K
Mary B
Elizabeth M.
iTunes U and You Screencast

Archived Webinar:
https://sas.elluminate.com/p.jnlp?psid=2011-11-18.0945.M.9652B1EC91C06C76D1E7E28E170041.vcr&sid=2009317
Become a Wiz at Web Poster Wizard
Mary Braun, Elizabeth Mines, Shannon Morton
We will demonstrate how students can create a project and share it online with the Web Poster Wizard. The project will be shared online with teacher and fellow students. Webinar attendees will learn to create a project as a student, and view a project as a teacher. Attendees will be able to apply their newfound knowledge and assign their students interactive projects in their placement classrooms!
Lindsay C.
Jennifer C.
matt k.
Kristen K.
Nadia
RJ Q.
Kaitlyn H.
Caitlin S.
Charlotte M
Caroline N.
Kyle T.
Diane A.
Web Poster Wizard how-to's

Archived Webinar:
https://sas.elluminate.com/p.jnlp?psid=2011-11-18.0943.M.0F23BC322252DAF3CCF905CF21DEA9.vcr&sid=2009317
The Keys to Questions About Quia
Matt Kautz, Nadia Selim,
Kristen Kitti
Few minds have had the inquisitional power of Alex Trebek. Imagine a classroom that incorporates a “Trebekian” style of engagement. A classroom once only thought possible in the dreams of James Gee, where there is constant interaction, challenge, and consolidation. This utopia is possible with Quia.What is Quia? A collection of online tools for creating your own online content, entirely customized . Quia bridges the gap between curriculum, your creativity as a teacher, and your students. It engages students in activities, can improve their study habits, and ultimately improve their learning.It is beneficial for teachers with its tools for assessment & the ability to use things year after year--subsequently, building your own portfolio of educational material with the added ability to collaborate with other teachers and access their material.Our webinar will explore the ways to make your classroom home to Trebekian Inquisition.
Amanda Y.Charles E.Jennifer C.Kaitlyn H.Lana KDiane A.BreannaCaroline N.Charlotte M.Shannon M.Kyle T.Lana K
Tutorial About Classeshttp:youtu.be/o-7kYnrloVw
Tutorial About Activitieshttp:
www.youtube.com/watch?v=EQNqZ_t_iR0&feature=feedu
Tutorial About Quizzeshttp://youtu.be/EBD3UPTEGGs
Archived Webinar:https://sas.elluminate.com/p.jnlp?psid=2011-11-18.0942.M.551BF247B43507F28D45944A06237E.vcr&sid=2009317
DIPITY! Interactive Timelines to Support Teaching and Learning!
Brianne Rhoades,Curtis Lee, Amanda Yaklin
Looking for ways to enhance conceptual instruction in your class? Learn how to make and assign timelines, journals, syllabi archives for parents, and more…
Our webinar on Dipity will discuss the pedagogical value of the tool along with innovative ways to incorporate it into your classroom.
Lindsay C.Kristen K.Matt K.Josh S.NadiaCaitlin S.David T.Shannon M.Charles E.
- Due to complications on Dipity, we have borrowed a screencast by Heather Tucker until we are able to record our own.
Archived Webinar:https://sas.elluminate.com/p.jnlp?psid=2011-11-18.0734.M.C878585EBD5ADD3D0B91338706891F.vcr&sid=2009317
Scriblink
Kaitlyn HaganCharlotte MeekerJenny Cooper
A virtual whiteboard where you can collaborate livetime with students to explain class content. Students can also use Scriblink to collaborate with each other on projects or explain notes from class. We will explore the various uses of Scriblink across the disciplines and find the ways that it can provide students with any extra help they may need.
Josh S.
Amanda Y.
Breanna
Curtis
Brianne R.
David T.
Mindy B.
Shannon M.
RJ Q.
Lana K
Mary B.
Elizabeth M.


Archived Webinar:
https://sas.elluminate.com/p.jnlp?psid=2011-11-18.0948.M.6F802F4A8EC1DAD4D0A0A1DB180076.vcr&sid=2009317
Many Voices, MixedInk
Lindsay Chmielewski
Caitlin Stansell
Charles Emory
Attention English, History/Social Studies, Science, and Tech Teachers! How is that Common Core Standard for Writing #6 working out in your classroom? You know the one: "Use technology, including the Internet, to produce and publish writing and to interact and collaborate with others." Are your students really writing together when they just write a blog post? Is your class wiki accurately reflecting the contributions made by all of your students? Join us as we explore MixedInk, a collaborative online writing tool that lets students write in a true dialogue together and develop 21st century skills while also letting teachers monitor student contributions and progress in the writing process.
Jennifer C., matt
Kristen K.
Josh S.
Nadia
Kaitlyn H.
Diane A.
Charlotte M.
Caroline N.
Curtis
Kyle T
Lana K
How to get started using MixedInk:

http://screencast-o-matic.com/watch/cXXFfGuaS

Archived Webinar:
https://sas.elluminate.com/p.jnlp?psid=2011-11-18.0941.M.04E10E0A59C98C165C8BDA299C2CF0.vcr&sid=2009317
Edmodo
Lana Krolikowski
Caroline Nagle
Kyle Tecmire
Edmodo is a private social networking site for teachers and their students. For teachers, it allows them to send and receive assignments, conduct polls, post call slides, and communicate with their students, individually or as a group. For students, they can post questions and answer fellow students questions, as well as sent messages to their teacher. Basically it is a lot like a Facebook for the classroom, but private and you don't have to worry about friending your students. Bonus - it is entirely free!
Brianne R.
Amanda Y.
Mary B.
Lindsay C.
Brianne R.
David T.
Mindy B.
Caitlin S.
Nadia
Curtis
Elizabeth
Josh
How to set up an account: http://screencast-o-matic.com/watch/cXXb08u4A
How to create a group (class)
http://screencast-o-matic.com/watch/cXXFcfu4k
How to add students to your groups
http://screencast-o-matic.com/watch/cXXFcXu4K
The different items you can post to the group and how to post them
http://screencast-o-matic.com/watch/cXXFcYu4P

Archived Webinar:
https://sas.elluminate.com/p.jnlp?psid=2011-11-18.0944.M.0F8738F78E38D47B0432AF09821369.vcr&sid=2009317
The Flipped Classroom: Khan Academy
Josh Skodack, RJ Quiamboa, David Tan
Khan Academy is a quickly growing library of math, history, science, and finance lessons. Students can search lessons that can serve as alternative lessons to those they receive at a traditional brick and mortar school. The lessons at Khan Academy are constantly being updated. The central question guiding our webinar should Khan Academy be used an alternative curriculum to the brick and mortar class, forming essentially basically a flipped classroom.
Amanda Y.
Breanna
Mindy B.
Lana K
Nadia
Charles E.
The basic features of Khan Academy:
Overview of Khan Academy

Archived Webinar:
https://sas.elluminate.com/site/external/jwsdetect/playback.jnlp?psid=2011-11-18.0947.M.FF527EF5F86E98D909247A01F8FCC7.vcr&sid=2009317





external image msword.pngWebinar Strategies.doc

1) Work in groups of three.

2) Focus on a web 2.0 tool--here are some great collections of new tools
(there are more on CTools) to look over as you decide on the tool that you'll focus on:

http://cooltoolsforschools.wikispaces.com/Collaborative+Tools
http://larryferlazzo.edublogs.org/2009/10/04/the-best-web-20-applications-for-education-2009/
http://newtoolsworkshop.wikispaces.com/
http://www.ala.org/ala/mgrps/divs/aasl/guidelinesandstandards/bestlist/bestwebsitestop25.cfm (betcha can guess who recommended this list!)
http://www.ala.org/ala/mgrps/divs/aasl/guidelinesandstandards/bestlist/bestwebsitestop252009.cfm (ditto - but they're great lists!)


3) Create a lesson plan that can be implemented with your curriculum and the web 2.0 tool

4) Create a "how to" screencast tutorial (options below)
Examples:
http://sitemaker.umich.edu/adriennebock/web_2.0_teach_project
http://sitemaker.umich.edu/tamaraconvertino/google_page_creator_tutorial&config=huOxmpIvIjfN0JCwriK1i0
http://sitemaker.umich.edu/jondangelo/web_2.0_presentation_materials
http://sitemaker.umich.edu/mdar/web_2.0
http://sitemaker.umich.edu/kristensmith/web_2.0_teach_project
http://sitemaker.umich.edu/marissanovak/circavie_tutorial_
Screencasting in Education wiki for tips and strategies. and Antonia's Tweeted recommendations

5) Create a 20 minute virtual presentation on your tool and lesson plan (make it engaging and interesting for participants...give them something to do!)

6) We will use Elluminate to conduct your virtual Webinars on November 18th

7) Your webinar should include the following:
a. Short tutorial on how to use the web2.0 tool
b. Lesson plan to integrate the web2.0
c. Visual Piece
d. Discussion
e. Activity for participants
f. Question/Answer time

8) ISTE technology standards http://iste.org/nets (student standards, labeled as NETS-S),

9) Post the names of the members of your group and your short blurb (see Sample Blurb below) about your presentation in the lower table, no later than November 11th. Be sure to check your plans against the attached assignment description below.


Sample Blurb
Title: Museum Box: Students as Curators
Presented by .....
Museum Box - Sick of traditional assessments? Want to help students learn to work with source materials and to develop historical arguments? Museum Box provides a creative forum in which students and teachers can use a variety of multimedia artifacts to build an argument or describe an historical period, person or event. Join us as we walk you through an interactive lesson plan using Museum Box.

Sign up in this table (it will expand as you fill it in - one of the quirks of Wikispaces!). Each group should select a different tool so we have maximum variety.

You may update this table as your group makes its decisions and works through the process.

Note: Each presentation should run 20 minutes and begin on time (not Michigan time).