Teaching Writing with Technology
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TechnologyTechnology URLBrain RulesAffordances/EnablesBiases/BlocksContent DeliveryContent LearningLearning AssessmentPre-WritingPlanningResearchingNote TakingCitationDraftingPeer ReviewingEditingPublishingGrading
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animotoanimoto.comRule#4 Attention Rule #10 vision trumps all other sensesrule 10 moving images work bestvideosmulti-genre projectaudience appeal, creativitybrainstormingstoryboard, scriptJstorcornell notesquotesword choicecriteriareview commentscover pagerubric
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diigohttp://www.diigo.com/Rule #6 Long term memoryRule#6: long term memory; retaining and recalling info;/rule 5: short term repeating infobookmarking sitelisting of ideasoutlininginterviewstwo column notetakinganedotesclarity
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poppletwww.popplet.comRule #4-- we don't pay attention to boring things!organization and animation, video, sound, pictures, color schemesSome compatibility issues, sizing popplesnotetakingsummary, c/c ideas/authorsnumber of hits?discussing ideas with teachernotecardshighlighting main pointsnumbering paragraphsdataflow of thoughts
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Twitterwww.twitter.comRule #5- Repeat to rememberRe-tweeting to reiterate points and spread infoSite crashes sometimes due to too much trafficresponsesthink of your purposepopplettannotating your thoughts and viewsindex cards
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Facebookwww.facebook.comRule #4-- we don't pay attention to boring things!Enables students to WRITE/type! Also, very interactiveStudents are writing informally, which usually means "incorrectly." writing blurps, photos, videosnumber of "likes" from audiencethinking of witty postslinks that friends would enjoycommenting on friends status
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YouTubehttp://www.youtube.comrule #9 stimulate more of the senses Rule #10 vision trumps all other sensesAllows us to access models of "video essays" to show students. It also enables to teachers to incorporate videos to make learning fin or interestingSome information is inappropriate for some people. When you are looking for something specifically, you may not always find what you want. Sometimes, people do not have the rights to their videos/music. Many school systems block this site.website w/ videoslearning through making the videos, letting others learn through video contentquality of videos, learning achievedwriting scripts, outlinesstoryboardsvideos that have already been made, demographics, reaching maximum viewers
before video is made, brainstorm ideas... after video is made, take notes on what could be improved, etc.
any outside sources you used for your information... should be done in a "credits" reel, maybe
drafting scripts, slides, etc.how do others respond to it? how many views does it get?rearranging slides, pictures, music, film sequence, transitionsuploading video to youtube.com. Must have an accountinstructors could rate video on overall quality, professionalism, etc. Outside viewers can "grade" based on their comments, "likes" and "dislikes"
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yahoowww.yahoo.comnarrow your researchscholarly texts
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preziprezi.comRule #10 vision trumps all other senses;Rule#4 Attention: grab audience attention w/in first 30 secs;Rule #9 stimulates multiple sensesEnables non-linear presentationspresentationscomprehension of material, audience appealnotetakingblueprintfinding meaningproject presentation to whole group
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googlevideosRule #10 vision trumps all other senseswork cited page
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teachertubeteachertube.comvideosresearch
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Mindomowww.mindomo.commaps
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Google +https://plus.google.comRule #9: sensory integration Rule #2: SurvivalCould create a circle of peers with the aim of sharing research
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SkypeRule #9: sensory integration Rule #2: Survivalcollaborative learning
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Route 21teacher education
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WordleRule #10: Vision trumps all sensesconcordance of articles/compositions
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TagxedoRule #10: Vision trumps all sensessimilar to Wordle,with more optionsnote taking, brainstorming
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Mindmeistermindmeister.com#3- Every brain is wired differentlyAllows people to group things according to their own systems, and regroup whenever necessary. It is infinitely reconfigurable, as the how-to video statesmappingorganizing ideasnote taking, brainstorming
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Skimhttp://skim-app.sourceforge.net/Rule #3: Wiringannotation program for PDFs; highlighting, underlining, anchored notes
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moviemakerRule #4- We don't pay attention to boring things Rule #9- Senses Rule #10- Vision trumps all!Allows people to create their own movies based on a concept; therefore, allowing students to think on the highest levels of Bloom's. Also appeals to the senses, especially visually, as students can play with picture, sound, and text.Some people may find that it is difficult to use. Many people think that there are too many components to explore, especially for those who are "technologically inclined."
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MacJournal
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Endnotewww.endnote.com/archive articles and citations; organize, categorize, share researchgenerates citations in any format
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Live Scribewww.livescribe.comRule #9: sensory integration
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Mycomplabwww.mycomplab.com/grammar, writing process, research methodologygrammar, writing process, research methodologygrammar, writing process, research methodologyword processing/composing spaceYes, allows anonymous (or not) peer editing; peer editing for multiple draftsassignment submission; built-in grading component; grade record
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bloggingblogspot.comRule #4: 10 min attention span Rule #5: Memory-engagementeditorial writing/opinionsgroup discussion, feedbackposted commentsresearch, initial rantoutlining argumentsresearching both sides of debate, data collection
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docs, filing, presentations, program mgmtzoho.comcollaborative projects
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