Hypertext, Hypermedia, and the Internet

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Hypertext, Hypermedia And The Evolution Of The Internet: 

Hypertext, Hypermedia And The Evolution Of The Internet And Its’ Pedagogical Application

Hypertext and Multimedia: 

Hypertext and Multimedia Text can be arbitrarily linked Graphical information can be arbitrarily linked Non-sequential writing that allows the reader to choose Text Graphics Images Audio video 5 Classes of media Multimedia in the Classroom by Palmer W. Agnew, Anne S. Kellerman, Jeanine M. Meyer 1996, Allyn & Bacon http://ei.cs.vt.edu/book/chap1/htx_hist.html Keys of hypertext

Therefore what happens when you: 

Therefore what happens when you Integrate hypermedia and technology into the curriculum

Integrating Technology And Hypermedia: 

Integrating Technology And Hypermedia Into the curriculum WEB 2.0

What is Web 2.0?: 

What is Web 2.0? The concept that the web is in its’ second generation More application availability No longer computer enclosed, more accessibility via the web from anywhere

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More user generated information/content User generated information shared and published supports the expansion and development of services Possible because of the implementation of broadband on a larger scale What is Web 2.0 cont.

Examples of Web 2.0 Applications/Services (Listed from simplistic to complex): 

Examples of Web 2.0 Applications/Services (Listed from simplistic to complex) E-mail Personalized home pages Social Networking, Photo/Video Sharing Wikis, Blogs, RSS(Really Simple Syndication) Subscription Podcasting/Videocasting Creating web sites/pages

Or In Simpler Terms: 

Or In Simpler Terms

How Does This Apply To Education: 

How Does This Apply To Education And what can we do with it?

Many of today’s students also known as “Digital Natives” are already adept at:: 

Many of today’s students also known as “Digital Natives” are already adept at: Internet Browsing Internet Searching MP3 and Portable Audio Peripherals Sharing Bits of Information Social Networking Personalizing Web Pages NetSpeak And in some cases using various forms of digital media

It is also believed and in some cases proven that the use of Technology can:: 

It is also believed and in some cases proven that the use of Technology can: Increase Student Literacy Increase Student Motivation Increase Student Self-Esteem Bridge Learning Gaps for ELLs, Students with Disabilities, Students from lower Socio-Economic areas Improve communications between teachers, students, and parents http://www.ed.gov/pubs/EdReformStudies/EdTech/effectsstudents.html

Given that and the following:: 

Given that and the following: 2 cents worth http://www.mandyschiefner.ch/blog/archives/date/2006/07/page/2/

Our goal as educators is to:: 

Our goal as educators is to: Turn this Into this

In addition, teaching and learning need to take on a new approachA learning 2.0 approach: 

In addition, teaching and learning need to take on a new approach A learning 2.0 approach

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Supply-Push Mode Demand-Pull Mode I am the old Traditional way Of learning The new digital age, web 2.0, Practicum, Passion-Based Way of learning EDUCAUSE Review, vol. 43, no. 1 (January/February 2008): 16–32

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EDUCAUSE Review, vol. 43, no. 1 (January/February 2008): 16–32

Technology can be applied pedagogically to any content area for any unit/lesson at any grade level: 

Technology can be applied pedagogically to any content area for any unit/lesson at any grade level

For content area specific examples please choose from the following:: 

For content area specific examples please choose from the following:

In an English Class you can utilize a blog for the following:: 

In an English Class you can utilize a blog for the following: 1. Information/Communication Tools: Teachers can post student writing, artwork, information about homework, upcoming events. Parents can have access to events and projects in your classroom. 2. Online Filing Cabinets: Students and teachers can use a blog as a place to store assignments, links, plans, and handouts. 3. Collaborative Tools: Students can extend conversations outside of the classroom, and collaborate with invited guests from around the world and from within the community. 4. Literature Circles: Book clubs can involve students and parents, or students from other communities. In some cases authors have been known to contribute to student blogs on books they have published. 5. Online Discussions: for prewriting on central themes of novels, etc. 6. Professional Development: Teachers can use blogs as portfolios or as an archived discussion of their Writing tools: Students can have interactive electronic journals or post completed works to an authentic audience.

In an English Class you can utilize:: 

In an English Class you can utilize: A wiki as a collaborative tool between students or students and teacher A wiki so each student can have an electronic portfolio of their work A wiki so a group of students can collaborate on a specific project A wiki can be set up at any of the following: www.wetpaint.com www.wikispaces.com www.pbwiki.com

In an English Class you can utilize an online group to:: 

In an English Class you can utilize an online group to: Make class handouts, reading materials, assignments, and web links available to students and their parents. Send email announcements to parents. Centralize resources and communication for professional learning communities. Students can: Share ideas, store documents, and organize web resources as they work in project teams Click on photo for more information

In an English Class you can utilize Google Earth to:: 

In an English Class you can utilize Google Earth to: study natural and political maps learn map reading and navigation visually explore historical, news, and census data annotate locations and share with others create their own 3D models to overlay on maps download geographically-referenced information created by others implement a geographical element to a story (students can even create a unique kmz file for google earth) such as “The Grapes Of Wrath” Go to http://earth.google.com to download

In an English Class you can utilize a program like Google Page Creator to:: 

In an English Class you can utilize a program like Google Page Creator to: Publish class handouts online for students and parents Post annotated links as part of a WebQuest Publish student work to share with the community Create a curriculum library for other teachers Publish an entire school website Students can create web pages for a culminating project to share what they have learned For more information click on picture

In a Science Class you can utilize a blog for the following:: 

In a Science Class you can utilize a blog for the following: Information/Communication Tools: Teachers can post student writing, information about homework, and upcoming events. Parents can have access to events and projects in your classroom. Online Filing Cabinets: Students and teachers can use a blog as a place to store assignments, journal writings, links, plans, and handouts. Collaborative Tools: Students can extend conversations outside of the classroom, and collaborate with invited guests from around the world and from within the community. Online Discussions: for lab reflections, important concepts being studied, etc. Professional Development: Teachers can use blogs as portfolios or as an archived discussion of their lessons: Students can have interactive electronic journals or post completed works to an authentic audience.

In a Science Class you can utilize:: 

In a Science Class you can utilize: A wiki as a collaborative tool between students or students and teacher A wiki so each student can have an electronic portfolio of their work A wiki so a group of students can collaborate on a specific project A wiki can be set up at any of the following: www.wetpaint.com www.wikispaces.com www.pbwiki.com

In a Science Class you can utilize an online group to:: 

In a Science Class you can utilize an online group to: Make class handouts, reading materials, assignments, and web links available to students and their parents. Send email announcements to parents. Centralize resources and communication for professional learning communities. Students can: Share ideas, store documents, and organize web resources as they work in project teams Click on photo for more information

In Science you can utilize google sketchup to:: 

In Science you can utilize google sketchup to: Have students create 3D models of machines, biological models, etc. Design full-scale 3D environments Easily share designs with others via the Web Go to http://sketchup.google.com/ to download

SketchUp can be applied to the following standards: 

SketchUp can be applied to the following standards Science included in list

In a Science Class you can utilize a program like Google Page Creator to:: 

In a Science Class you can utilize a program like Google Page Creator to: Publish class handouts online for students and parents Post annotated links as part of a WebQuest Publish student work to share with the community Create a curriculum library for other teachers Publish an entire school website Students can create web pages for a culminating project to share what they have learned For more information click on picture

In a Physical Education Class you can utilize a blog for the following:: 

In a Physical Education Class you can utilize a blog for the following: Information/Communication Tools: Teachers can post student writing, information about homework, and upcoming events. Parents can have access to events and projects in your classroom. Online Filing Cabinets: Students and teachers can use a blog as a place to store assignments, links, plans, and handouts. Collaborative Tools: Students can extend conversations outside of the classroom, and collaborate with invited guests from around the world and from within the community. Online Discussions: for important concepts/skills being taught, etc. Professional Development: Teachers can use blogs as portfolios or as an archived discussion of their lessons: Students can have interactive electronic journals or post completed works to an authentic audience.

In a Physical Education Class you can utilize:: 

In a Physical Education Class you can utilize: A wiki as a collaborative tool between students or students and teacher A wiki so each student can have an electronic portfolio of their work A wiki so a group of students can collaborate on a specific project A wiki can be set up at any of the following: www.wetpaint.com www.wikispaces.com www.pbwiki.com

In a Physical Education Class you can utilize a program like Google Page Creator to:: 

In a Physical Education Class you can utilize a program like Google Page Creator to: Publish class handouts online for students and parents Post annotated links as part of a WebQuest Publish student work to share with the community Create a curriculum library for other teachers Publish an entire school website Students can create web pages for a culminating project to share what they have learned For more information click on picture

In a Physical Education Class you can utilize an online group to:: 

In a Physical Education Class you can utilize an online group to: Make class handouts, reading materials, assignments, and web links available to students and their parents. Send email announcements to parents. Centralize resources and communication for professional learning communities. Students can: Share ideas, store documents, and organize web resources as they work in project teams Create a private group for sports teams to share the latest news and announcements. Click on photo for more information

In a Math Class you can utilize a blog for the following:: 

In a Math Class you can utilize a blog for the following: Information/Communication Tools: Teachers can post student writing, information about homework, and upcoming events. Parents can have access to events and projects in your classroom. Online Filing Cabinets: Students and teachers can use a blog as a place to store assignments, links, plans, and handouts. Collaborative Tools: Students can extend conversations outside of the classroom, and collaborate with invited guests from around the world and from within the community. Online Discussions: for important concepts being studied, etc. Professional Development: Teachers can use blogs as portfolios or as an archived discussion of their lessons: Students can have interactive electronic journals or post completed works to an authentic audience.

In a Math Class you can utilize:: 

In a Math Class you can utilize: A wiki as a collaborative tool between students or students and teacher A wiki so each student can have an electronic portfolio of their work A wiki so a group of students can collaborate on a specific project A wiki can be set up at any of the following: www.wetpaint.com www.wikispaces.com www.pbwiki.com

In a Math Class you can utilize an online group to:: 

In a Math Class you can utilize an online group to: Make class handouts, reading materials, assignments, and web links available to students and their parents. Send email announcements to parents. Centralize resources and communication for professional learning communities. Students can: Share ideas, store documents, and organize web resources as they work in project teams Click on photo for more information

In Math you can utilize a program like Google Sketchup so students can:: 

In Math you can utilize a program like Google Sketchup so students can: Visualize geometry and other mathematical concepts Create models to learn about architecture Design full-scale 3D environments Easily share designs with others via the Web Go to http://sketchup.google.com/ to download Sketchup can be used to fulfill the following California Content Standards

In a Math Class you can utilize a program like Google Page Creator to:: 

In a Math Class you can utilize a program like Google Page Creator to: Publish class handouts online for students and parents Post annotated links as part of a WebQuest Publish student work to share with the community Create a curriculum library for other teachers Publish an entire school website Students can create web pages for a culminating project to share what they have learned For more information click on picture

In a Social Studies class you can utilize a blog for the following:: 

In a Social Studies class you can utilize a blog for the following: Information/Communication Tools: Teachers can post student writing, information about homework, and upcoming events. Parents can have access to events and projects in your classroom. Online Filing Cabinets: Students and teachers can use a blog as a place to store assignments, journal writings, links, plans, and handouts. Collaborative Tools: Students can extend conversations outside of the classroom, and collaborate with invited guests from around the world and from within the community. Online Discussions: for current events, important concepts being studied, etc. Professional Development: Teachers can use blogs as portfolios or as an archived discussion of their lessons: Students can have interactive electronic journals or post completed works to an authentic audience.

In a Social Studies Class you can utilize:: 

In a Social Studies Class you can utilize: A wiki as a collaborative tool between students or students and teacher A wiki so each student can have an electronic portfolio of their work A wiki so a group of students can collaborate on a specific project A wiki can be set up at any of the following: www.wetpaint.com www.wikispaces.com www.pbwiki.com

In a Social Studies Class you can utilize an online group to:: 

In a Social Studies Class you can utilize an online group to: Make class handouts, reading materials, assignments, and web links available to students and their parents. Send email announcements to parents. Centralize resources and communication for professional learning communities. Students can: Share ideas, store documents, and organize web resources as they work in project teams Click on photo for more information

In a Social Studies Class you can utilize Google Earth to:: 

In a Social Studies Class you can utilize Google Earth to: study natural and political maps learn map reading and navigation visually explore historical, news, and census data annotate locations and share with others create their own 3D models to overlay on maps download geographically-referenced information created by others follow the actual path of an explorer Perform an authentic geographical web quest track the path of the silk road Identify important Revolutionary War sites Go to http://earth.google.com to download

In Social Studies you can utilize google sketchup to:: 

In Social Studies you can utilize google sketchup to: Have students create 3D models of important architectural innovations or buildings Design full-scale 3D environments Easily share designs with others via the Web Go to http://sketchup.google.com/ to download

SketchUp can be applied to the following standards: 

SketchUp can be applied to the following standards Social studies included in list

In a Social Studies Class you can utilize a program like Google Page Creator to:: 

In a Social Studies Class you can utilize a program like Google Page Creator to: Publish class handouts online for students and parents Post annotated links as part of a WebQuest Publish student work to share with the community Create a curriculum library for other teachers Publish an entire school website Students can create web pages for a culminating project to share what they have learned For more information click on picture

Other Web 2.0 applications that can be very useful include: 

Other Web 2.0 applications that can be very useful include Docs.google.com Work on files anywhere, anytime Get quick feedback from multiple people Make the full writing process visible Demonstrate their mastery of editing skills Quickly analyze and organize data Easily share data sets Why use it?

An RSS Reader Feed: 

An RSS Reader Feed You can add to your knowledge base Help you communicate Aggregate information in a useful manner Decide what is meaningful to you in an organized manner Obtain information specific to your needs or interests Why use it? Google Reader

And that is just a small sampling of the infinite possibilities available to you: 

And that is just a small sampling of the infinite possibilities available to you The best part is many of them are either free or for a small fee.

For additional information and resources click on any of the links below: 

For additional information and resources click on any of the links below ReadWriteWeb Web 2.0 In Education Education Guardian EduBlog Google For Educators

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