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Tools for Teacher Sharing and Collaboration:

Tools for Teacher Sharing and Collaboration Blogs and Wikis Open for business! Beth T Weed-EDU 6386 Multimedia Design and Development

Are teachers akin to toddlers?:

Are teachers akin to toddlers? Stuck in a pattern of parallel play?

Working with the door shut, and not sharing our resources and experiences?:

Working with the door shut, and not sharing our resources and experiences? What’s going on in there all day long?

Build Collegiality among teachers:

Build Collegiality among teachers “The cost of concealing what we do is isolation from colleagues who might cause us to examine and improve our practices” Roland Barth 1)Educators talking with one another about practice. 2) Educators sharing their craft knowledge. 3) Educators observing one another while they are engaged in practice. 4) Educators rooting for one another’s success

Blogging benefits for teachers: :

Blogging benefits for teachers: Collaboration Reflective Practice Social Interaction Discuss Ethical Issues

PowerPoint Presentation:

Blog that invites responses… Short entry… Request for responses Lots of thoughtful, and well reseached responses.

PowerPoint Presentation:

Blog that opens the door … Real classroom photos and classroom anecdotes… Links for professional development…. Questions to ponder our own practices…or to respond….

Guidelines for Educational Bloggers Journal of Computing in Teacher Education Copgyright 2006 ISTE:

Guidelines for Educational Bloggers Journal of Computing in Teacher Education Copgyright 2006 ISTE Avoid using real names of students or collegues Think before you type. Are you presenting a fair and balanced perspective on this issues you post about? Avoid blogging from school. Know your school or district Acceptable Use Policy (AUP) Avoid violation of US copyright law (images, sound, files) Avoid use of school of district identifiers. Information specific to your district should remain confidential. Avoid using school e-mail account for your blog Avoid posting student work without obtaining prior consent.

Wikis are “shared repository of knowledge”:

Wikis are “shared repository of knowledge” Lots of subjects to explore Lots of links to share

Wiki as a Toolbox for sharing :

Wiki as a Toolbox for sharing

Wikis have great potential for collaboration!:

Wikis have great potential for collaboration! Instant Editing Feature! Use for collaboration! Keep original text. Add new comments.

So….. Open the doors! :

So….. Open the doors!

References:

References Blog Examples http://thesciencefactory.edublogs.org http://blogs.nsta.org/EarlyYearsBlog/default.aspx http://mttbeth.blogspot.com/ Wiki Examples http://wikisineducation.wetpaint.com/page/Teacher+Peer+Wikis http://www.wiki109.org/Click+here+for+Seth%27s+toolbox+%26+list+of+recommendations http://operation-science-collaboration.wikispaces.com/

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