Learning Guide

Linda Taylor
Module Name: Web 2.0 Tools/Apps Course Name: Integrating Technology into Your Classroom – 10 points total Learning Goals/Outcomes Upon completion of this module, you will be able to:  Define Web 2.0 Tools/Apps  Choose a rubric from the Internet in order to evaluate a Web 2.0 Tools/Apps  Apply the chosen rubric to evaluate Web Tools/Apps  Summarize results of rubric application

Learning Resources Required Resources  The super Book of Web Tools for Educators  16 Apps and Tools Worth Trying This Year  50 Apps Students Will Be Using In Your Classroom  The Pros and Cons of using Rubrics  Rubric Use and Development Additional Resources *You are not required to read this additional information.  The 20 Best Education Apps And Web Tools Of The Year  Rubrics. Yes? No? Maybe…  How to Analyze a Rubric

Learning Activities Activities for This Lesson  Define Web 2.0 Tools/Apps  Search Internet for online rubric and choose favorite for evaluating Web 2.0 Tools/Apps  Apply online rubric to 3 Web 2.0 Tools/Apps of your choice one must be a video tool  Summarize results of each of the applications of your rubric for each of the 3 Web 2.0 Tool/Apps

Form adapted from Smith, R. M. Conquering the Content. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass, 2008.

Discussion Questions  What are the advantages and disadvantages of using Web 2.0 Tools/Apps in classroom?  What do you fear about using Web 2.0 Tools or Apps?  Do you need to be tech savvy to use Web 2.0 Tools or Apps?

Self-Assessment Check your understanding  Can you successfully search and choose Web 2.0 Tools/Apps from the Internet?  Can you successfully search and choose an online rubric for a specific use?  Can you utilize an online rubric to evaluate Web 2.0 Tools/Apps?

Lesson Evaluation: Graded Assessments     Definition of Web 2.0 Tools/Apps – Only need to post - 5 pts Application of online rubric to evaluate 3 Web 2.0 Tools/Apps Summaries of results of the application of rubrics on web 2.0 Tools/Apps Discussion participation – graded per discussion rubric – 5 pts

Form adapted from Smith, R. M. Conquering the Content. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass, 2008.

Module Name: Incorporating Web 2.0 Tools into a Lesson Course Name: Integrating Technology into Your Classroom – 30 points total Learning Goals/Outcomes Upon completion of this module, you will be able to:  Choose 2 Web 2.0 tools/Apps one being a video tool to implement in classroom to enhance student learning  Assemble a lesson using your chosen Web 2.0 Tools/Apps including the integration of an instructional video you created into the lesson  Create an instructional video using chosen video tool

Learning Resources Required Resources       The Sad Reality Of Education Technology 5 Ways To Have A High-Tech Classroom With What You Already Have Web 2.0: Cool Tools for School Five Free Web 2.0 Tools to Support Lesson Planning Thinkfinity Math Playground Instructional Videos

Additional Resources *You are not required to read this additional information.     How Common Core Standards Mesh With Education Technology Illuminations Resources for Teaching Math Voki Lesson Plan Data Base Kahn Academy

Learning Activities Activities for This Lesson  Choosing 2 Web 2.0 Tools/Apps one must be a video tool  Assemble a lesson using the 2 chosen Web 2.0 Tools one being a video tool  Create an instructional video using the chosen video tool

Form adapted from Smith, R. M. Conquering the Content. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass, 2008.

Discussion Questions  What are the pros and cons of integrating technology in the classroom?  In what other ways can you use video Web 2.0 Tools/Apps in the classroom?  In what ways can your students use Web 2.0 Tools/Apps independently to enhance their learning?

Self-Assessment Check your understanding  Can you visualize ways to use Web 2.0 tools/Apps in your classroom to enhance student learning?  Can you successfully create a lesson integrating Web 2.0 tools for your classroom?  Can you successful create an instructional video using a Web 2.0Tool/App?

Lesson Evaluation: Graded Assessments   Lesson for classroom incorporating Web 2.0 Tools/Apps one must be a video tool. Graded for inclusion of details on provided list – 15 pts Instructional Video using a Web 2.0 Tool/App. Graded for details on list that was provided for the lesson creation. – 15 pts

Form adapted from Smith, R. M. Conquering the Content. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass, 2008.

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