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My Class Online

Page history last edited by bradwils@... 10 years ago

Communicating with families, posting student work, sharing photos... the reasons why educators create their own websites are too many to name. Whatever YOUR reasons, rest assured that on today's web you no longer need fancy coding skills or a special software....just drag and drop, upload, type and cut and paste! You can work on your website from anywhere and make it as simple or as creative as you would like. This session will give you all the resources necessary to have a basic space (website, wiki, or blog) up and running by Day 1.

 

Presentation Links and Resources:

Hosting Options

Stuff for Your Space

 

Extras: Blogs or Wikis

 

http://sharetabs.com/53g

 

http://prezi.com/kzxad_vsyrib/my-class-online-creating-a-classroom-website/

 

Presentation Sources:

 

Great Quotes about Learning and Change: http://www.flickr.com/groups/858082@N25/pool/ 

 

Escalator Temporary Stairs movie: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FSIkjNaICsg

 

I Remember (Intel Commercial) movie: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bPSU2g5wg8A

 

Telling the New Story movie: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qZ8VAef8QM4

 

 

Presentation Tools:

 

Presentation- Prezi

 

Browsers- Google Chrome and Firefox

 

Tab sites- ShareTabs

 

URL Shortener- Tiny URL

 

Survey- Google Docs/Forms

 

Downloading YouTube videos- Download Helper Firefox Extension

 

Finding Flickr CC images: http://compfight.com/

 

 

About the presenter:

 

Brad Wilson is a 4th grade teacher for Lakeshore Public Schools.  He has maintained a classroom/grade-level website to enrich his curriculum and communicate with families for 3 years. Brad has presented at TechCamp in 2008 as well as at the MACUL-sponsored Collaborative Tools for Learning Conference. He just completed a Masters degree in Educational Technology and lives with his wife in Saint Joseph.

 

Contact:

bwcoach at gmail dot com

twitter: [at] dreambition

 

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