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Welcome to the Web 2.0 Boot Camp Wiki!


The END has arrived!  I need everyone who wants credit for the course to check the objectives/activities listed below and make sure you have completed each.  Because this has been more of a challenge to finish than anticipated, as long as you have the lesson you plan to do posted (along with other postings) you will receive credit.



I will automatically enroll everyone that finishes Follow-up #2 of the Boot Camp in the Virtual Showcase (unless you tell me not to).  I think what I would like to see for the VS is a posting of the results of the classroom implementation of your posted lesson.  This needs to not only be an explanation of what you did, but some type of student work.  We are able to upload files, so you can 'showcase' student products that you received -- by video, pictures or documents. 


Let me know if you need help or have any questions.... Paulette





Time for Follow-Up #2 to get rolling.   Here is what you should be working on:


OCTOBER 27 – 31


𐀀 Reflection


OCTOBER 20 – 26



OCTOBER 13 – 19

𐀀 Complete your lesson

𐀀 Post lesson to you Wiki page for peer review

𐀀 Review at least 2 of your fellow participants’ lessons and post your thoughts



September 29 - October 5, 2009

       Look at concepts/ideas being taught during Week 7 & 8

       Decide on a Web 2.0 tool to incorporate into the lesson

       Post this information on the Wiki

       Look at your fellow participants' ideas and add additional ideas you may have



September 22 - 28, 2009

       Locate 2 Web 2.0 tools that are appropriate for use with your students

       Post a review of those Web 2.0 tools on your page on the Wiki

       Look at and respond to 2 other reviews from your fellow participants



September 15 - 21, 2009

       Locate and read an article about Web 2.0 in the Classroom

       Post a link to the article, a brief description, and thoughts about the contents on the Wiki

       Respond to at least 2 of your fellow participants articles


September 8 - 14, 2009

  • Read "Innovate, or die." blog posting from Students 2.0  
  • http://students2oh.org/2008/08/31/innovate-or-die
  • Post response here
  • Respond to at least 2 additional posts
  • Look over Web 2.0 Boot Camp Wiki to re-familiarize yourself
  • Add another page for you to use for the Web 2.0 in the Classroom




If you already responded to the article on your own Wiki page, would you please re-post it (copy & paste is fine)

on the page I have created for it?  Thanks, and sorry for the confusion!





This wiki will be used to post Web 2.0 resources from teachers that will be learning how to use these in their classroom.


Framework for Twenty First Century Skills

Twenty First Century Skills for Twenty First Century Learners



Paulette Baumgardner





You are all "Thinking Differently!"


Comments (10)

Donna K. Hill said

at 3:01 pm on Jun 9, 2008

Hi Debbie and Jennifer,
I look forward to learning more about the Web 2.0 Boot Camp and the tools we'll be using. See you tomorrow!

Donna K. Hill

waevans@dimmittisd.net said

at 6:05 pm on Jun 9, 2008

Hola! Hello!
Walta Evans here from Dimmitt Middle School ready to learn about Web 2.0 and all that goes with it. See ya tomorrow.

lwmeng said

at 2:01 pm on Jun 10, 2008

Ha Ha!

Michelle Ellis said

at 3:16 pm on Jun 10, 2008

I'm suffering from information overload; however, exploring all the Web 2.0 Boot Camp stuff will be fun. Thanks for all your time and effort.

Kyle Vannoy said

at 11:18 pm on Jun 10, 2008

Great workshop today! There was a lot of information to process, but it was all well worth it. I can't wait to start using what I learned.

Melissa E. Vannoy said

at 7:26 pm on Jun 12, 2008

WOW - we covered A LOT of info to put to use in using the Web - we're going to be busy this summer! Glad that we attended this workshop - thank you for all your hard work and time put into this project!

Debbie said

at 1:09 pm on Jun 13, 2008

I think it was a great day--- with lots of learning on everyone's part! We may have a couple of new people join the group, so be ready to share what you learn with a bigger group!

Debbie said

at 1:24 pm on Jul 12, 2008

Just found a pretty neat online mindmapping tool---- http://www.mind42.com. You can create mindmaps online, but you can also use this as a collaborative tool for others to add their own ideas.... Not sure if anyone else has found it, but I'm trying it out on a project I am working on. I'll let you know how it goes!

Debbie said

at 2:02 pm on Jul 21, 2008

Check this out-- it is VERY cool! Caught it through Twitter!
Check out http://www.taggalaxy.de/ Tags as planets. Too bad so many schools block Flickr.

Jennifer McDaniel said

at 2:15 pm on Jul 25, 2008

Debbie found another cool tool we used in our training last week! www.gabcast.com You can actually use your cell phone to record interviews (or anything you want to record) and it stores it on the Internet for you to use later. Pretty fun and amazaing! Also - you guys may want to check out our Engaging Students with Digital Media Wiki and watch allt hose wonderful videos our participants (including Walta, Kyle, and Denise) made. http://esc16weblearning8.pbwiki.com

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