Web 2.0 Tools

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Web 2.0 Tools by Mind Map: Web 2.0 Tools

1. Evaluating

1.1. Formative

1.1.1. Build engaging live formative assessments and homework for students

1.1.2. Provides real time answers to student questions

1.1.3. Collects and organizes data per class and allows the teacher to provide feedback during assessment

1.1.4. Transforms any DOC or PDF document

1.2. Google Forms

1.2.1. Make online assessment, exit tickets, quizes, and more with a simple Google form

1.2.2. Easy way to share and organize files

1.2.3. Instant scoring and a way to prvied quick feedback

1.3. Socrative

1.3.1. Quickly assess students with prepared activities or on-the-fly questions

1.3.2. Provides immediate insight into student understanding and collects data for each assessment

1.3.3. No student usernames, just a class room name and the the students will sign in using their name - QUICK AND SIMPLE

1.4. Naiku

1.4.1. Comprehensive, Student-Centric Assessment

1.4.2. Measure and track student proficiency by standard in any subject for informed and differentiated instruction

1.4.3. Auto-scoring and immediate, live, standards aligned reports to quickly identify student and class proficiency

1.5. Plickers

1.5.1. Free and doesn't need student devices

1.5.2. Quick checks for understanding to know whether your students mastering key skills.

1.5.3. Students get a coded card and teach checks with smart phone

1.6. Edmodo

1.6.1. Is a communication, collaboration, and coaching platform to K-12 schools and teachers.

1.6.2. Enables teachers to share content, distribute quizzes, assignments, and manage communication with students, colleagues, and parents.

2. Remember

2.1. Padlet

2.1.1. Great tool to collaborate with others

2.1.2. Teachers can assign this a project for students to make a creative summaries over content

2.1.3. Versitile and little learning curve, easy implimentation into the classroom

2.2. Wordle

2.2.1. Generates Word Clouds

2.2.2. Great for opening up class discussion and new vocab terms

2.2.3. Helps make new words moe permeant in vocabulary. Good warm up for students

2.3. Answer Garden

2.3.1. Minimalistic real time student feedback tool

2.3.2. Great for brainstorming and providing feedback

2.3.3. No log in required, quick classroom implementation

2.4. Remind

2.4.1. Faster way to communicate with students and parents daily

2.4.2. Set reminders to send to the class or to parents about upcoming test and major projects

2.4.3. Teacher can view who has seen the message and how still has not

2.5. Prezi

2.5.1. Presentation Software tool

2.5.2. Breakout tool to add flair to any presentation

2.5.3. Encourages students to identify concepts, explain material, and describe new content

3. Create

3.1. Pear Deck

3.1.1. Slide presentation tool to make presentations more engaging

3.1.2. You can modify old presentations from PowerPoint or Docs and turn them into powerful interactive Pear Decks

3.1.3. Has an assessment section which allows multiple choice-style questions, text responses, numbers, drawings, and draggable pins on images

3.2. Voice Thread

3.2.1. Allows you to create and share conversations on documents, diagrams, videos, and pictures

3.2.2. Great tool for student communication for partner projects

3.2.3. Teachers can record doing lesson notes in real time and save on website for later or absent students

3.2.4. Great review tool

3.3. Amimoto

3.3.1. Adds creativity into your daily lessons

3.3.2. Communication tool and end of chapter project assessment

3.3.3. Allows students to make a 30 second video over class content

3.4. iMovie

3.4.1. Video editing software application

3.4.2. Puts the creation in the hands on the students to create their own video master piece

3.4.3. This is a great review activity for partners or solo activities. It lets students produce a video based on what they feel is important.

4. Apply

4.1. Quizlet Live

4.1.1. Collaborative classroom game

4.1.2. Team building experience

4.1.3. Enhances communication and social skills within the classroom

4.1.4. Reinforces vocabulary skills

4.2. Kahoot

4.2.1. Fun and interactive formative assessment

4.2.2. Teachers can create a timed question and response game to gather information over content that is covered

4.2.3. It can track answers and collect a small amounts of data

4.3. FlipBoard

4.3.1. It aggregates content from social media, news feeds, photo sharing sites and other websites, presents it in magazine format, and allows users to "flip" through the articles, images and videos being shared

4.4. Flash Card Machine

4.4.1. Create, study, and share online flashcards.

4.4.2. Students can implement and teach onanother concepts that have been learned within a lesson.

4.4.3. Add flare by adding pictures, text, audio, and to keep learners engaged.

4.5. Ping Pong

4.5.1. An APP that allows students to pose questions, take notes, and make comments about content

4.5.2. Students can also share resources during and outside of class

4.6. Mindmiester

4.6.1. Online mind mapping application that allow sits users to visualize, share, and present heir thoughts, via "the cloud".

4.6.2. A brainstorming and presentation tool

4.6.3. Capture, develop, and share ideas visually

5. Analyze

5.1. Think Binder

5.1.1. Online Dropbox

5.1.2. Online communication and collaboration tool where students and teachers can create online study groups and share files, links, and work on whiteboards

5.1.3. Collaboration draws inspiration from Google Apps, Dropbox, and Educreations

5.2. Simple Note

5.2.1. note-taking application, share and review notes and ideas

5.2.2. Could serve as an online journal or reflection

5.3. Dropbox

5.3.1. Space for sharing and collaboration

5.3.2. powerful collaboration and anytime anywhere access to your files

5.3.3. Effortlessly create, share, and keep your class on the same page