Monday, February 20, 2012

11 Tools #5 Web 2.0 Products



1. Use at least two of the tools above to create products. Think about your content.
The photo album came from Big Huge Labs - it can be folded to make a small album.
The mosaic is just fun and students could use it as a part of a presentation.
2. Create a “set” for one of your lessons! Or, consider providing the site as a choice for your students to create products. Make a model for a student created product.
See above; mine are models.
3. Then, embed both products in your blog or link to the products from your blog.
Describe for your readers how you think each tool can be incorporated into your classroom - how you could see the tool being used by you instructionally and your students to demonstrate their understanding of a concept or topic in your classroom.
These tools can all be used by students and teachers to demonstrate concepts in clever, interesting ways and can be saved so that others can see them later as a reference. I'm sorry that Glogster isn't free any more - it's such a great tool for students.

2 comments:

Mustang Librarian said...

Thank you for sharing - and some of the campuses are getting Glogster. Maybe we will get it :)

Mustang Librarian said...

Thank you for sharing - and some of the campuses are getting Glogster. Maybe we will get it :)