Excited to use mentormob and thinglink this year! So far I have made an interactive learning journey that takes my students through Glogster, blogging, writing, sharing, editing, etc!
English 12 students turn their narratives into a group project. After having students graph memorable moments, and then add a “soundtrack,” we used DIPITY to create one, giant class timeline. The assignment asked students to explore memorable moments throughout their lives, including hopes and wishes for the future. They then had to add songs that … More Using Dipity to Create a Class Timeline
After a mini PD on using web tools in the classroom, I was able to share a DIIGO group with staff to keep them updated/provide them with all links. More efficient than email, and continual communication and collaboration. Diigo Groups
Found this awesome pyramid that breaks down tools by Bloom’s Taxonomy:
Loving this short animation on proper online etiquette. Short and sweet, teaches the basics in an easy to relate to way! http://www.brainpop.com/technology/computersandinternet/digitaletiquette/
Students use STIXY boards to share and collaborate on essays…. share boards that are public or password protected and allow students to work jointly on written expression!
Set up a public Evernote notebook, make a QR CODE and laminate to the desk or around the classroom!