Classroom 2.0 Beginner Group!


Classroom 2.0 Beginner Group!

The group for beginners in Classroom 2.0 to feel comfortable asking questions and getting help. If you don't know something, we want you to ask so we can help you!

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Comment by Candace Townsley on June 17, 2009 at 7:36am
I found out about all of this "new to me" technology as I have been playing with Twitter. I started "tweeting" just for the fun of it - then learned of all the wonderful things other teachers were doing around the world! I'm considered a technology over-achiever at my school just because I keep an updated website - I'm going to blow everyone's mind with my blogs and wikis. There is SO MUCH TO LEARN - I'm a little overwhelmed. My daughter just got married - so now that that big event is over - I can dedicate the rest of my summer looking at the archives - watching online webinars and soaking up all this information. I'm looking forward to creating a lot of wrinkles in my brain!!
Comment by Stacey Perez on June 16, 2009 at 10:42am
My biggest obstacle is knowing where to begin?! I started creating a Wiki today. Check it out (work in progress) at:
Comment by Deena Logsdon on June 16, 2009 at 6:26am
I have just learned about this through an on-line class I'm taking. I'm a little behind. I look forward to finding out more and being able to really learn to utilize it. What I've seen so far looks great!
Comment by Xaras Collins-Brown on May 18, 2009 at 6:07am
Thanks Donelle and Peggy. I have recruited two teacher who use blogs and webpage about developing a Ning of the summer to pilot the first semester of next school. My tech director thinks this is a good start for getting feedback on best uses and having advocates for further expansion throughout the year. The big issue is opening Ning access on our filter.
Comment by Peggy George on May 15, 2009 at 10:31am
Donelle, It would be great if you could share your Ning screencasts and tutorials here for the Beginner Group! I would love to see them! There is also a great Elluminate session that Steve Hargadon hosted where he walked us through creating a Ning from scratch. It really helped me when I created my first Ning. You can access it here: Thank you so much for offering to share.
Comment by Donelle on May 15, 2009 at 6:26am
I have also been teaching myself about Ning and just recently launched one for my school. I found that creating one for the teachers/district was a good place to start, as they used it for their own professional growth first. This has the potential to "persuade" them to see the value of using it in the classroom. Send me a message on my page if you'd like any help. I can send you links, as well as some of the screencasts and tutorials I created if you like. Let me know how I can help when you're ready to give it a try.
Comment by Reny Mulyaningsih on May 15, 2009 at 2:03am
I'm currently taking an online course on teaching language with technology and planning to integrate ICT tools and web 2.0 in my teaching in the future. I wish to share ideas with others in this community, thank you.
Comment by Sabine on May 14, 2009 at 5:20pm
I started to use Web 2.0 ideas this schoolyear. I am not a real beginneer but I still feel like one. THeir is so much to learn like how to set up a wiki. Classroom 2.0 helped me to learn about twitter and now I am using it. THanks for all you do!
Comment by Xaras Collins-Brown on May 14, 2009 at 7:19am
I recently became an intructional techonology coach and I'm loving it. I hope to learn so much more about Web 2.0 through this online community. I am currently teaching myself about Nings so that I can build a case for their instrucional use in the classroom in my district. Any thought, suggestions, links, etc. are greatly appreciated>
Comment by Steve Hargadon on May 13, 2009 at 7:36pm
Hi! Use the forum above to ask a question or start a discussion on a beginner topic.

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