Voki

Thursday, May 10, 2012

Tool #4

Tool #4

https://docs.google.com/a/springbranchisd.com/document/d/1dckXvgSJVAXUYwfWzl2bTCkXLD_7HFZEexASZfIq0GE/edit#

https://docs.google.com/a/springbranchisd.com/document/d/1o_N9tW8NejRb3wrmVg9umoazbHyhVD8QN95uoCdu-Dk/edit#

We used this google.doc for our Abydos/NJWP Reflexive Pieces 2011 to share with our class member all of our writing pieces.

Tool #3

Tool #3

Videos and Dropbox








I, for all practical purposes, usually use youtube for videos.  I have used TedEd as well.  I think being able to drop a video in our lessons engages the learners more so by providing the visual and sound in the classroom.

Dropbox is used widely in our department.  We contantly share files and important information.  Dropbox can be accessed using any electronic device, which again, makes this a very practical tool.





Tool #2

Tool #2

Blogs make me very uncomfortable because of the exposure and possible vulnerability.  However, I do recognize the importance of blogs in gathering tech ideas to utilize in our classrooms.  I intend to follow various bloggers who may offer some tech ideas specific to ELA.

I am not very familiar with Diigo.  However, because of its pure practicality--being able to access Diigo from an electronic device is a huge advangtage--I intend to become more familiar with it.

A blog I intend to follow is www.freetech4teachers.com.

Tool #1

Tool #1

I just posted my first voki.  This experience has been nerve wrecking.  I am glad Holly is here. :)