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Web 2.0 Tools that Support Highly Effective Instructional Strategies

This workshop helps you move from how to use the tool to how to design effective technology-supported instruction.

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Welcome/Introductions
 

Common Ground
 
        Brainstorming Activity
       
 
 
 
Marzano's Highly Effective Instructional Strategies                   

     Among the most effective strategies are:

        Identifying Similarities and Differences 
            Cork Board
            Bubbl.us
            Google Draw
            Wordle
            
 
 
        Summarizing and Note Taking 

            21st Century Learning wiki


             AP Calculus Wiki Solutions Manual (High School)
             Kinesiology (High School)
             Loveland-LaReole French Class wiki (High School)
                  Student samples: Danielle and Louis
 
             Armstrong U.S. History wiki (Middle School)
             Big Horn Read (Middle School)
 
             Techno Tigers (Elementary)
             Let's Go West! (Elementary)
             The 21st Century Kid (Elementary)
             Mrs. Ibrahim Second Grade wiki (Elementary)
 
             Even more examples can be found here.
 
             Using wikis to support Reciprocal Teaching

        Nonlinguistic Representation 
             Flickr's Tell a Story with 5 Photos
             Slide
             Tabblo
             Glogster for Education

             Web 2.0 Storytelling: Emergence of a New Genre

     All these tools support:
        Reinforcing Effort and Providing Recognition
        Cooperative Learning

Visual Ranking Tool 
        Visual Ranking Tool

Wrap Up

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