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Big6 » Blog Archive » The Big6 in a Web2.0 World, Big6 eNews, 10.4, 2 (Grades 7-12, Higher Ed) - 2 views

  • The Big6 is a natural component to Web2.0, because it is collaborative in nature, flexible, and provides prospect for lifelong learning. The six steps of the Big6; Task Definition, Information Seeking Strategies, Location and Access, Use of Information, Synthesis, and Evaluation all lend themselves to integration with a variety of Web2.0 applications.
  • Big6 Skills by Web2.0 Tools Matrix Big6 Skill Relevant Web2.0 Tool Uses Task Definition iGoogle (http://igoogle.com) WiseMapping (http://wisemapping.com/c/home.htm) Webspiration (http://www.mywebspiration.com/) iGoogle -  Identify a task, use a calendar to keep track and synthesize research goals and deadlines. WiseMapping is a free concept mapping application that allows you to create visual representation of a task. Webspiration is an excellent online resource for mindmapping and visual thinking. Currently available in free public beta format. Info Seeking Strategy RSS- - iGoogle (http://igoogle.com) - Newsgator  (http://www.newsgator.com/business/enterpriseserver/default.aspx) - Google Reader (http://google.com/reader) YouTube (http://www.YouTube.com) RSS (Really Simple Syndication) brings specialized content to one location. YouTube:  Search for topic related interviews, reports, or presentations. Location & Access Delicious – http://delicious.com Zotero (http://www.zotero.com) Delicious – Allows users to access their personal account, and retrieve saved bookmarks, from any computer. This is a great way to save information for retrieval at a later date. Zotero – used to capture web pages. Available for Firefox users only. Use of Info Delicious – http://delicious.com Google Docs (http://www.google.com/google-d-s/intl/en/tour1.html) Scriblink (http://www.scriblink.com) Delicious – A website where users can store, tag, and make notes on web pages discovered during the Location and Access phase. Google Docs – Create, share, edit, upload documents, presentations, or other files. Scriblink: Online whiteboard. Take notes and share with others, or save for future use. Synthesis Google Docs (http://www.google.com/google-d-s/intl/en/tour1.html) Zotero – (http://www.zotero.com) Google Groups (http://groups.google.com/) YouTube (http://www.YouTube.com) Google Docs: Create, share, edit, upload documents, presentations, or other files. Zotero- PDF documents or other content Google Groups: Members of groups can upload, share, and edit documents or presentations. A great way to collaborate on projects across the classroom or country. Create a video presentation to share your findings on YouTube Evaluation Slideshare (http://www.slideshare.net/) RubiStar (http://rubistar.4teachers.org/) With Slideshare, students can post PPT presentations, and have peer evaluators offer feedback. Additionally, the professor can view the finished project to provide assessment. Rubrics are a great way to encourage students to evaluate their finished product. RubiStar is just one of the numerous free rubric generators available on the Internt. Through the use of a rubric, students and professors can individually assess work, or peer review could be conducted as well.
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    Big 6 is a step-by-step program I follow to teach research skills-this article suggests which web 2.0 tools to use at each step. This will be a big help for me in transitioning to online
Dennis OConnor

Technology Tidbits: Thoughts of a Cyber Hero: Top 10 YouTube Goodies - 4 views

  • Top 10 YouTube Goodies I'd like to start off by saying this post gave me some trouble on trying to come up w/ a name for it. I actually decided to combine two lists into one, and could just as well as gone w/ Top 10 YouTube Tips or Extras for the title. That being said, I wanted to create a list of the top ways to edit YouTube videos and top ways to filter YouTube to make it safer for educational viewing.
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SafeShare.TV - The Safest Way To Share YouTube videos - 8 views

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    Looking for a way to show a YouTube video in your classroom? Copy the video link from YouTube into this website and it will generate a safe link you can use that has no advertisements.
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    "Not only does SafeShare.TV remove distracting and offensive elements around YouTube videos, but it also allows you to crop videos before sharing them."
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    Safeshare edits offensive content in Youtube so you can show it in school? Is this a Youtube sanctioned group? Do creators of the material on Youtube get a say?
Tania Messina

YouTube EDU - 0 views

  •   Search YouTube EDU:
  • Videos Music Shows Movies
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    videos specifically for educational use
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    Videos on YouTube categorized for their educational content. Many documentaries are available from History channel, Discover channel, etc. A great source for videos for classroom use, either face-to-face or online.
Paul Jinks

YouTube Embedded Player Parameters - YouTube APIs and Tools - Google Code - 1 views

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    Worth checking out if you're using youtube videos. 
Dennis OConnor

Free Technology for Teachers: 20+ Educational Alternatives to YouTube - 1 views

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    I thought it would appropriate to share some alternatives to YouTube that teachers and students might want to explore. In some cases, I've reviewed some of these services in the past and have linked to those reviews as well as to the website itself.
Dennis OConnor

YouTube - Adding YouTube to moodle - 0 views

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    Here's a short instructional video that shows how to add a youtube video to Moodle. Step by step instruction.
Judi Wisniewski

Dragontape - Create Custom YouTube Mixes | Teach Amazing! - 0 views

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    Mix and edit YouTube videos in a timeline ~ online!
spsmith23

TubeChop - Chop YouTube Videos - 0 views

  • easily chop a funny or interesting section from any YouTube video and share it.
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    Site that allows you to edit and share parts of YouTube videos to show in a classroom.
Garret Wenzel

Teacher Tube - 5 views

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    Great videos for k-12 teachers.
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    YouTube for teachers
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    Check here to avoid recreating when something good is already out there. Still checking this out to see if things already created are useable for my grade.
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    Video sharing website similar to, and based on, YouTube. It is designed to allow those in the educational industry, particularly teachers, to share educational resources such as video, audio, documents, photos, groups and blogs. The site contains a mixture of classroom teaching resources and others designed to aid teacher training.
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    Site for teachers to share educational resources such as video, audio, documents, photos, groups and blogs
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    Great teacher resource. It is free. Teacher videos, lesson plans, student videos
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    Share educational videos with your students or create your own...
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    This is a site that I have used in my classes when I am looking for an educational video. It is much like youtube but without all of the videos that are not school appropriate for students
Kevin Schuchmann

Adding live Youtube video links to PowerPoints - 1 views

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    A quick reference for inserting direct links from live Youtube videos into PowerPoint presentations.
Pamela Gustafson

YouTube - Disney Copyright Law - 0 views

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    Educational video which teaches fair use and copyright laws using Disney Characters.http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YXoRCZ6zJcQ A teacher (of both adults and children) gave me access to his Moodle Room he uses with his 5th grade students. This video was posted on his sight and I thought it was interesting, and the kids would like it.
Jason Holter

YouTube - Wikis in Plain English - 1 views

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    YouTube does it again: A video explaining wikis in a way anyone (really) can understand.
Jessica MKE

web20_BoB.flv - YouTube - 1 views

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    These guys will be excellent reference to extend learning. How fun! This is great to have so many ideas shared this way in one format on YouTube.
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SP15-932C-3608: Green Group: "Moodles and Tools" - Alison Chouinard - Janesville, WI - 0 views

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    "Works Cited: "Mike Schmoker -Webinar". 4 March 2012. YouTube Video. 21 Jan.      2015. https://www.YouTube.com/watch?v=XXsfuqHah4U."
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How to Get the Most Out of Studying: Part 2 of 5, "What Students Should Know About How People Learn" - YouTube - 1 views

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    According to Dr. Stephen Chew from Stamford University, the level of retention is directly related to the level of processing, from shallow to deep (See video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9O7y7XEC66M ). The students using deep processing focused on the meaning of the word based on their own experience vs. the students using shallow processing which focused on whether the word contained the letter "e". The deep processing students remembered more of the material whether they intended to remember it or not. The upshot: focusing questions to engage deep processing for meaningful, connected understanding is more useful in the long run than directing the focus to remembering isolated facts for a test.
Margaret Mulqueen

YouTube - Building knowledge: constructivism in learning - 0 views

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      Great information on constructivism and its definition, and how it ties in with critical thinking.
Margaret Mulqueen

YouTube - Critical Thinking - 1 views

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      This video is a great reinforcement of what is critical thinking. Students would benefit from this visuals.
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    This video discusses critical thinking, its definitions, and has great visuals.
Linda Taylor

YouTube - Critical Thinking - 0 views

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    you tube video on critical thinking
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