Jolie Mayo
1. Response to Building a Web 2.0 Culture
2. 2009 Schedule: Leading the Change
The stixy page embedded above will load sometimes, but not others.
4. This is a video about using Web 2.0 in a technology high school. It talked about 3 main points: democratization of information, power of collaboration, and personalization.
5. I know I am supposed to respond to the video, but I am having so much fun with this tool that I am forgetting. I didn't have any questions about the video. It was a pretty straightforward video about the technology school's philosophy.
6. Professionally, this video gave me a lot to think about as far as my place in education now that the information is so readily available to students. They no longer need me to stand in front of the room and dispense the information. My role is changing.
7. In my classroom, I will try to think of ways to keep my teaching individualized as the video suggested. It suggested to use this motto, "Culture that empowers, teaching that engages, and technology that empowers." I really want my teaching to be ENGAGING. That's why I'm taking this course. It also suggests that respect comes from knowing someone as an individual. Next year I will try to teach more to the individual than to the masses.

2. This is my webpage. Please click on the tab that says "summer technology". I have learned so much from trying to embed this page! My response is listed in the blog section which is called "summer technology".

1. Options for Building Your Teacher Website
2. 2009 Schedule: Getting Started

3. Response to Little Kids, Big Possibilities
1.Little Kids, Big Possibilities
2. 2009 Getting Started

Below is my first attempt at a Wordle. I have seen several of my students already and sent them a link to Wordle so they could play around with it.
Wordle: Jolie'sFirstWordle

Here is my wallwisher site and ways to use it in my class. I already created another wallwisher and sent it to my students to keep up with what they are doing this summer. Sneaky me, they will already know how to use the tool when school starts.

4. This is my response to a video using gliffy. I didn't find this site to be as useful and would probably use Inspiration to do the same thing that Gliffy does.
1. If You Host it They Will Come
3. 2009 Getting Started

5. from 2009 Schedule "Using E-books to Motivate Pupils Writing"
1.Using E-books to Motivate Pupils Writing
3. 2009 Schedule:Getting Started
Myebook - Jolie's E-book - click here to open my ebook

I will use a different comic strip site for my response because I did not really like this one. It is cute, but hard to use. It then must be saved to your computer and then uploaded.


This is a scrolling comic. Click on it to scroll left and right.

6. Response to Google SketchUp
1. Google SketchUp Unleashed
2. 2009 Schedule: Getting Started
4. This was a powerpoint/video session that told how and why to use Google SketchUp in the classroom. Google SketchUp is a free downloadable program that students can use to create 3-D models.
5. A question that I have is can you use the free version with your projector. I have not used it in my classroom, but another teacher does and she said that you have to have the professional version to use with your projector.
6. This is a tool that I will be able to use in my Science and History classes. This gave me the courage to use a tool that the students already know how to use.
7. I have lots of ideas about using Google SketchUp in my class. We are doing a unit on maps/diagrams/models using David Macaulay's book - Mill. My Physical Science class will use SketchUp to design a mill. My Life Science Class will use it to design and label their DNA model. My Earth Science class will use it to make a 3-D topographical model of Stone Mountain.
I will attempt to use SketchUp to draw a chair. Then I will attempt to embed it using the instructions that I found on a help site.

7. Response to taking a project and making it digital.
1. Building on Analog Success with 2.0 Technology
2. 2009 Schedule: Getting Started
4. This video was based on a 6 week long, 6th grade project. In the begining this was a paper driven project. It evolved into a project that was cross curricular and had all of the project information on a wiki space. Students learned to do research and take notes using noodle bib which is also known as noodle tools.
5. One of the questions that I had was, "Can I view the wiki space for this project?" My question was answered after the video. I looked on the introduction to the video and it showed the address for the wiki page. I also wondered if I could use this same idea for some of my cross-curricular projects.
6. I see the need for more technologically based assignments that have requirements accessible on line.
7. I will use noodle bib to help with notetaking. I will hopefully use the whole project idea and post all of my Science Fair project notes on line. I will also use noodlebib when teaching about about acceptable/unacceptable research practices such as plagerism.
  • As I complete each of these videos, I am finding more and more valuable tools. Next year I will have to be careful that I don't get so caught up in the "coolness" of it all and lose the essence of what I was trying to do. I have to let the content guide the use of the tool and not vice versa

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8. Response about using Google
1. Oodles of Googles
2.2007 New Tools

9. Response to Kim Cofino's Keynote
1. Going Global: Culture Shock, Convergence and the Future of Education

10. Final Response-oh yeah!
1. Bridging History Using Web 2.0 Tools
2. 2009 Getting Started

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