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Using Jing for Educators - 0 views

  • Click on the following link to learn about Jing: up for Jing @http://www.jingproject.comView video tutorials @ Help Center
    • gfrolekclark
      This will get you started if you aren't familar with what Jing can do.
    • gfrolekclark
      This is only a few. It also works with Flickr, Prezi, Skype, etc.
  • What can teachers do with Jing?Create a tutorials for working with new technologies. Demonstrate how to access your class delicious bookmarks, log-in to your class wiki, ning or blog, and how to fill out a Google Docs form you’ve created.Create screencasts to publish student work. Copy to your class website.Create a lesson about Internet safety. Have students show examples of their own “safe” internet practices.…more for teachers.Demonstrate how to edit writing.Model a “think aloud” reading technique.Show parents how to use a class website, how to read a test report, or how to access student grades.Add voice to class photos to share classroom activities on your class website.

Using Moodle: Inline display of images captured with Jing - 0 views

shared by gfrolekclark on 28 Jun 11 - Cached
    • gfrolekclark
      Anyone ever try this? I am thinking there has to be a way to get this posted.
  • After you capture and save your image to the Web, Jing gives you a popup letting you know that it has put the (non-embeddable) URL on the clipboard. That popup also contains a link to a page on where you can manage the image (e.g., rename, delete). That page displays a link to the embeddable URL. You can right click and copy link location from there. It's an extra step, but it's acceptable.

ollie1sweetman: Iowa Online Teaching Standards - 0 views

  • Establishes standards for student behavior that are designed to ensure academic integrity and appropriate use of the internet and written communication
    • gfrolekclark
      Teaching student's about appropriate/acceptable behavior is important. For those of you whose schools are 1:1 schools, how often have you needed to do this? Any problems that came up?
    I think student feedback data is essential to any course. In college, a stat course had been revised due to student feedback (frustration with the complexity of the stat tools). The new tool was much easier to learn and students could learn the material.
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