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Teaching Science 2.0

 

Web Tools Online Summer 2012

Tasks:

June 18 - July 1 Tools to Collect

July 2 - July 15  Tools to Create

July 16 - 29 Tools to Connect

July 30 - Aug 3  (NOT REQUIRED!) Celebrate!

 

 

Resources:

 

Projects
Web Tools
Resources

updated 060811
   

 

Web Tools Online Summer 2011

 

Oshkosh Area School District -> MS Science Inquiry Workshop

 

 

Comments (16)

Jill Mahoney said

at 1:43 pm on Jun 25, 2010

I have a Glogster question for everybody. We try to encourage our students to cite all pictures and quotes that are not uniquely their own. I have only looked at some of the posters created on Glogster. Is there a way for the creators to give credit to the source of their pictures, audio files, etc., if they are not original?

Kelly Burke said

at 7:12 pm on Jun 29, 2010

I've added a link to "other". It's a link to the Wellcome Image bank which has Creative Commons use. http://images.wellcome.ac.uk/

Maya Lampic said

at 9:20 am on Jun 19, 2011

I just tried to comment Mary's blog on blogspot and could not figure it out. Do I have to open an acount at blogspot to be able to comment?

Susan Johnson said

at 8:36 pm on Jun 25, 2011

I've been trying to post comments on several blogs and am unable to. I have a gmail account and I am logged in but it tells me I'm not. HELP!

dana blomquist said

at 5:05 pm on Jun 30, 2011

ok... I've been a slacker. I just now checked e mail on D2L. Where is our class wiki? I need to comment

Murray Metge said

at 12:56 pm on Jul 5, 2011

Are there any assignments due? Where are they located? Is there a discussion group somewhere?

Heather Alexander said

at 7:00 am on Jul 6, 2011

If you go to the right of this page under the heading "Side Bar" and click on 2011 participants, then from there click on the week of class that we are in, you (Week 4 currently) this will give you the assignment list. At least this is how I'm getting there. I hope this helps.

Murray Metge said

at 10:27 am on Jul 6, 2011

Thanks Heather. I don't see a side bar on my computer. I was on that once but can't find it again. It seems different every time I am on it. Just totally lost in this class.

Murray Metge said

at 11:46 am on Jul 6, 2011

OK I found a small arrow on the right and when i clicked on it it opened up the side bar. Thanks again

Maya Lampic said

at 3:47 pm on Jul 18, 2011

I can not find ant discussion groups or question on my D2L for this course.

dana blomquist said

at 11:10 pm on Jul 18, 2011

Maya, I don't think there are set discussion groups for this class. We are all one big happy group of collaborators. Our assignments are weekly and are broken down my weeks on the side bar. I think! Please jump in if I have mis information.

Mr. Basaraba said

at 3:58 pm on Jul 19, 2011

Dana
You need to visit D2L site in order to participate in this week's (Week 6) group discussion.

Kristian

Heather Alexander said

at 1:52 pm on Jul 22, 2011

Does anyone know of a tool for showing how a data set affects a population over time? Apple had one a few years ago; I think it was an app under "numbers", but I can't remember now. I'm specifically looking for something that kids can input data values about invasive species and see how much time it takes for the invasive species to disrupt the food chain of particular ecosystems. Thanks for any help!

Andrea Robbins said

at 2:17 pm on Jul 22, 2011

My final project consists of an online scavenger hunt. Through this activity students will be introduced to blogs in general as well as our classroom blog. They will learn how to use the blog to access course content and how to participate in class discussions. They will also be prompted to investigate the syllabus and other documents posted on the blog, as well as answer a few questions about their textbook and my classroom.

Here is a link to the project: https://docs.google.com/present/view?id=dcw62hjw_0vv8wg5gd

Andrea Robbins said

at 2:20 pm on Jul 22, 2011

Whoops, put that in the wrong spot. I'll post it again on our Week 7 page.

Susan Johnson said

at 9:20 pm on Jul 24, 2011

Whoa, Andrea! Very cool project!

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