To address the first principle and ideas behind it, I will explain my ability to be proactive. First, I did not wait until the last minute and have a strong start to this process early on. Although I am submitting it early for a grade does not mean it is a finished product. As you can see there is a large void space and as I progress I hope to find more suitable materials to add. …show more content…
Place the question on the board and students can text a number their response. Responses show via livestream, so you MUST USE CAUTION. You have to lay out clear expectations, this technology is great, but could allow someone to post distasteful things.
Prezi- This is a 3D interactive PowerPoint presentation. This can enhance a teacher’s lesson or student project.
Jib-Jab – Take a picture of your face, a famous person or whoever you want and use this website to make the mouth move and say funny things. You can take a picture of a famous president, author, actor, etc. and make their lips. Additionally, they have videos where the picture comes to life. Humorous and attention grabbing are two great way to describe this site.
Glogster- This is a 3D poster creator online.
Google Docs- If you want students to be accountable in creating a paper or PowerPoint, with evidence to support it, this is what you use. Essentially you can create any type of document in Microsoft office using this, but multiple people can work on it via the internet at once. It also marks down the time and date that a user edits the …show more content…
These bookmarked pages are designed to supplement lessons, not be the sole provider. They include 3 variations of Tedtalks, one Steven Covey YouTube channel, discovery education video link, TeacherTube (YouTube for teachers) and Google 360 tours. This are the general video websites I have chosen that can provide content across the different contents. Google 360 is a web-based virtual map that can give you 3D tours of essentially anywhere in the world. It is very cool to be able to see where you are teaching a lesson about and a good hook activity. To address my current needs, I have placed two content specific video pages, Crash Course of History and Epic Rap Battles of History. Crash Course does a nice job of summarizing many historical topics with great 10 minute videos of a “crazy” teacher with onscreen graphics explaining them. Epic Rap Battles are great hooks, with a caveat. You may need to find “clean” versions of the Raps. They can be very vulgar so this is one to use with caution, but I have found many students love the creativity. You could even find a clean one and challenge your students to come up with their own versions as