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Prezi Presentation On How Writing is Changing

I have constructed a prezi on the changing face of writing and literacy. This is the capstone assignment for the first module of one of my classes this semester and I’m not sure I came to a satisfying end, as all I did was posit questions and I don’t feel I provided much in the way of answers. Enjoy.¬†

 

http://prezi.com/p9aruac5fwcz/the-changing-shape-of-writing-on-the-net/

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RE: Get Digital, not the Devices

Looking through my twitter I found that @laurenaleonard posted an article. 7 Ideas for going Digital without devices by  lists seven way you can get connected digitally without using devices. Instead of listing them here, I am rather going to try each one out.

Youtube and Youtube Channels: Personally I love youtube, I could spend hours on it watching things educational and inspiration or I could spend that same amount of time just wasting it on dumb videos. Personally this is one of my favorite videos hands down, take a moment to watch it you’ll feel better about yourself.

101Q’s:
One hundred and one questions is an interesting website, they show you a quick video

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Mystery Skype:

The concept is simple: classrooms Skype call each other and try to guess where the other classroom is located either in the United States or in the world.On the day of the call, students use their resources in trying to figure where the other class is calling from via Skype.

Connected Classroom:

Classrooms can connect via Google Hangout to go on virtual field trips, some are to aquariums, zoo’s and outerspace. Some future field trips include a virtual field trip to President Lincoln’s Cottage and a Museum field trip in honor of African American History.

Class Voice Blog:

What if you could give every one of your students in your class a voice? With a blog each student can expresses their views and opinions. Try using Kidblog to get your students involved in what is going on in the classroom, this is also perfect for the shy students in your classroom.

Twitter Tuesday:

Twitter can be used just like a blog, but a shorter, quicker way to get your students voice’s heard.

Plickers:

Plickers is a feedback system used inside of the classroom. Students do not need any sort of electronic device or even a clicker, just a piece of paper that has each students own personal barcode. To find out how to set up plickers and manage a classroom, just watch this video: