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  1. page Student-driven Content Creation edited Link Helpful Tips: For most of the tools showcased below, consider creating a generic account. …
    LinkHelpful Tips:
    For most of the tools showcased below, consider creating a generic account. Offer students the option of using the generic account if they do not want to create their own.
    When using web 2.0 tools with students, have them share their work with you via a Google Form "dropbox" (click here for an example). This makes it very easy to view their work because it aggregates all information into an easy to navigate spreadsheet.
    New to Google Forms? Click here to learn more.
    Create a generic Prezi account, and give students the option of using that account if they do not want to create their own.
    Link
    to the
    Unique Login Required
    Resources
    Tips when using the tool with students
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    Yes
    Teachers/students can create a free education account using an email address associated with an educational institution.
    ...
    Graphic organizers
    Presentations
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    Yes
    In addition to the free account option, educators can sign up for a paid-for account
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    Character analysis
    Presentations
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    Yes
    Students and teachers can register for an EDU account here.
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    Have students curate content inside an image to demonstrate understanding of a topic.
    Click here for additional ideas.
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    Yes and No
    Teachers can create Padlet walls, and students can add content without logging in (but they remain anonymous).
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    Summation tool
    Ticket to leave
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    Yes
    You can create a teacher account, establish a class, and then share a "class code" with your students. This allows you to easily see student work (but their work isn't visible to classmates).
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    Annotate a diagram or graph
    Narrate and solve a math problem
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    Yes
    Educators can sign up for a free account here, and then create accounts for students to use (Up to 10 student accounts can be created for free). The paid-for account is much more robust and unlocks additional features.
    ...
    Historical Scrapbook
    Visual interpretations of academic concepts
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    Yes
    Click here to view my Haiku Deck resources and tutorials.
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  2. page Student-driven Content Creation edited ... Presentations {thinglink.png} Yes Students and teachers can register for an EDU account h…
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    Presentations
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    Yes
    Students and teachers can register for an EDU account here.
    Click here to view my ThingLink resources.
    Click here to view the ThingLink Help Center.
    Integration Ideas:
    Create authentic, valuable, and rich interactive stories around historical events using media (video, sound, photos, written words, etc.) found online.
    Annotate graphs and timelines (example).
    Have students curate content inside an image to demonstrate understanding of a topic.
    Click here for additional ideas.

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    Yes and No
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    Ticket to leave
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    Yes
    You can create a teacher account, establish a class, and then share a "class code" with your students. This allows you to easily see student work (but their work isn't visible to classmates).
    Students are not required to enter an email address when requiring with a class code - they can establish a username instead.
    Click here to view the Educreations FAQs.
    Click here to view my "Engaging Students with Educreations" handout for more tips on getting started.
    Click here to view examples of Educreations in action.
    Integration Ideas:
    Create a video for HW
    Demonstrate understanding of a new concept
    Present information to the class or teacher
    Annotate a diagram or graph
    Narrate and solve a math problem

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    Yes
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  3. page Student-driven Content Creation edited ... {Educreations.jpg} {Glogster_EDU_Logo.png} Yes Educators can sign up for a free account …
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    Yes
    Educators can sign up for a free account here, and then create accounts for students to use (Up to 10 student accounts can be created for free). The paid-for account is much more robust and unlocks additional features.
    Click here to view the GlogsterEDU help center.
    Integration Ideas:
    Visual essays
    Advertisements
    Public Service Announcements
    Virtual Lab Reports
    Compare/Contrast
    Historical Scrapbook
    Visual interpretations of academic concepts

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    Yes
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    5:41 pm
  4. page Student-driven Content Creation edited ... {thinglink.png} {padlet.jpg} Yes and No Teachers can create Padlet walls, and students …
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    Yes and No
    Teachers can create Padlet walls, and students can add content without logging in (but they remain anonymous).
    If students are creating their own Padlet walls, they should create an account. The benefit of creating an account is that they can revisit the Padlet wall and easily adjust the settings.
    A paid-for version of Padlet is also available for teachers. Click here to learn more.
    Click here to view my Padlet resources, including a basic tutorial and integration ideas.
    WhenClick here to view Padlet Junction - Padlet's help site.
    When
    using Padlet
    ...
    example, use athe hidden link
    ...
    moderate posts featurefeatures to ensure
    ...
    isn't posted.
    Integration Ideas:
    Brainstorm and collect ideas
    Summation tool
    Ticket to leave

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    {Glogster_EDU_Logo.png}
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    Yes
    Click here to view my Haiku Deck resources and tutorials.
    Click here to view Haiku Deck's help site.
    Students can use the Haiku Deck Web App and/or iPad App. They can begin a presentation one way (i.e., on an iPad) and finish it another way (i.e., on a computer).
    Integration Ideas:
    Collect and present facts
    Share ideas
    Tell visual stories
    Illustrate processes

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    5:34 pm
  5. page Student-driven Content Creation edited ... Unique Login Required Resources Things To Consider Tips when using the tool with students …
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    Unique Login Required
    Resources
    Things To ConsiderTips when using the tool with students
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    Yes
    ...
    create a
    free
    free education account using an
    email
    email address associated with an
    educational
    educational institution.
    Click here to register for
    a student/teacher account.
    Visit the
    Prezi KnowledgeBase
    Prezi Knowledge Base for help guides
    and
    and tutorials.
    Click
    ...
    to view
    my
    my Prezi resources.
    Have

    Allow
    students submit their Prezi URL to you via a Google Form.
    Offer a generic account
    collaborate! One of Prezi's most robust features is the ability for two or more people to work synchronously or asynchronously on a Prezi.
    If
    students who do not wishare able to create an education account, encourage them to set their own account.privacy settings to "Hidden" instead of "Public" Prezis. This option is only available on the education accounts.
    Integration Ideas:
    Timelines
    Graphic organizers
    Presentations

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    Yes
    ...
    account option,
    educators
    educators can sign
    here.
    Once logged in, click on Help in the upper right hand corner for assistance.
    This Smore flyer also provides a nice overview of the tool.
    Click here to view suggested guidelines for using Smore with students. This handout could be shared with students.
    Have students submit their Prezi URL to you via a Google Form.
    Offer a generic account to students who do not wish to create their own account.
    Integration Ideas:
    Newspaper articles
    Character analysis
    Presentations

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    {padlet.jpg}
    No (but it's encouraged)
    Teachers can create Padlet walls, and students can add content without logging in (but they remain anonymous).
    ClickIf students are creating their own Padlet walls, they should create an account. The benefit of creating an account is that they can revisit the Padlet wall and easily adjust the settings.
    Click
    here to
    ...
    integration ideas.
    When using Padlet for education purposes, utilize the Privacy features to keep content safe. For example, use a hidden link and the moderate posts feature to ensure inappropriate content isn't posted.
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  6. page Student-driven Content Creation edited Link Link to the Unique Login Required Resources ... Click here to view my Prezi resourc…

    Link
    Link to the
    Unique Login Required
    Resources
    ...
    Click here to view
    my Prezi resources.
    Have students submit their Prezi URL to you via a Google Form.
    Offer a generic account to students who do not wish to create their own account.

    {Smore.jpg}
    Yes
    ...
    educators can sign up for a paid-for account
    here.
    Once logged in, click on Help in the upper right hand corner for assistance.
    Click here to view suggested guidelines for using Smore with students. This handout could be shared with students.
    Have students submit their Prezi URL to you via a Google Form.
    Offer a generic account to students who do not wish to create their own account.

    {thinglink.png}
    {padlet.jpg}
    No (but it's encouraged)
    Teachers can create Padlet walls, and students can add content without logging in (but they remain anonymous).
    Click here to view my Padlet resources, including a basic tutorial and integration ideas.
    When using Padlet for education purposes, utilize the Privacy features to keep content safe. For example, use a hidden link and the moderate posts feature to ensure inappropriate content isn't posted.

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  7. page Student-driven Content Creation edited Link to the Tool =Unique Unique Login Required?= Required Resources Things To Consider…

    Link to the Tool
    =UniqueUnique Login Required?= Required
    Resources
    Things To Consider
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    7:31 am
  8. page Student-driven Content Creation edited Link to the Tool =Unique Login = Required? Required?= Resources Things To Consider

    Link to the Tool
    =Unique Login
    =
    Required?
    Required?=
    Resources
    Things To Consider
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    7:30 am
  9. page Student-driven Content Creation edited Link to the Tool =Unique Login = Required? Resources Things To Consider {download (1).j…

    Link to the Tool
    =Unique Login
    =
    Required?
    Resources
    Things To Consider
    {download (1).jpg}
    Yes
    Teachers/students can create a
    free education account using an
    email address associated with an
    educational institution.
    Click here to register for
    a student/teacher account.
    Visit the
    Prezi KnowledgeBase for help guides
    and tutorials.
    Click here to view
    my Prezi resources.
    {Smore.jpg}
    Yes
    In addition to the free account option,
    educators can sign up for a paid-for account
    here.
    Click here to view suggested guidelines for using Smore with students. This handout could be shared with students.
    {thinglink.png}
    {padlet.jpg}
    {Educreations.jpg}
    {Glogster_EDU_Logo.png}
    {download.jpg}

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    7:27 am

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