Yesterday I presented a couple of workshops at SAETA’s 2014 State Conference. I promised the participants that I would write a post here with links to resources and answers to questions. Here goes!
Glogster as a Multimodal Tool
[section title=”Web Links to Resources shown”]Here are the links to the resources I used in the workshop
- My Presentation slides
- Literacy Strand: The Document which shows where some of the Multimodal elements are in the Australian Curriculum
- Glogster in 90 Seconds
- Glogpedia: Glogging examples
- 40+ Ways to Innovative Teaching Using Glogster EDU [/section]
We experienced a fair few technical difficulties in this session 🙁 So, hopefully you’ve managed to get in to it and have a go 🙂 Feel free to post any questions and I’ll get back to you. In the meantime, here are some extra resources that might be of use:
- EduGlogster In the Classroom
- 22 English teaching ideas for Glogster
- Detailed Tutorial on Glogster EDU – Online teaching and learning tool
Twitter for English Teachers
[section title=”Web Links to Resources Shown”]Here are links to the resources I shared during the workshop
- My Presentation Slides
- That fabulous list of Education Twitter Chats their hash tags and their times.
- The Anatomy of a Tweet – The cheat sheet I created for you 🙂 [/section]
Well done to all of those who sent their first and maybe second tweet! One of the best list of resources I can share with you about Twitter and the wonderful reasons for its use has been curated by George Couros check out this link if you want more 🙂
Please comment below if there’s anything you want me to add to this post 🙂 I’m sure I’ve forgotten something?