Thursday, November 29, 2012

Tool #6: Using Web Tools to Promote Discussion in and out of the Classroom

TodaysMeet is a great resource to get immediate feedback from the students if there is a quick question to ask or a KWL (What do you Know, What do you Want to know, What do you want to Learn).  It allows students to be engaged and use their cell phones.

Poll Everywhere is easier to create and it also allows students to engage in quick questions using their cell phones.  I really like this tool.  Students will be so hooked on using this tool because they can use their cell phones.

Wednesday, November 28, 2012

Tool #5: Producing with Web 2.0 Tools

Wordle is a great tool to show my class.

Stupeflex is wonderful to create a video from pictures.  It is a great resource to use in the classroom for students to create a video of pictures to illustrate what they have learned in Physics.

Friday, November 16, 2012

Tool #4: Moving Up to the Clouds

I really liked the Google Document to collaborate with other physics teachers when creating a class assignment.  Teachers and I can work on the assignment at the same time and share in creating the assignment.

I liked the Google Form. This is a great resource to use for my students to get feedback or pre-assess the kids before a unit.

Click here to answer my physics survey.