A Place in the Sun: 10th Literature/Composition

July 6, 2008

Fun and Cool Tool: Mixwit!

Filed under: 10A Materials, 10B Materials, Research Paper Project (1) 2008, Web 2.0 — Tags: , , , , , , — Buffy J. Hamilton @ 8:46 pm

I know summer school is over, but check this out!

[mixwit_mixtape wid=”3b319c094d01e4771384463dd98a0ae2″ pid=”b014ef80044f43b0bb5872e8231f8730″ un=”K_Glogowski” width=”426″ height=”327″ center=”true”]

Calling all Grizzly patrons!  Are you looking for a cool multimedia tool to show your teachers what you have learned this fall?  Check out Mixwit, a fun “media playground” that allows you to artwork, photos, and music in a format that can be easily shared!  Read about how this teacher,  Konrad Glogowski , used this tool as part of a novel study (hit the play button above to play his mix); you can also visit and see student examples by going to the link beneath this screenshot.

http://www.teachandlearn.ca/blog/

blog of proximal development

You can register your own account for free!  Click on the link below to visit Mixwit and start mixing up your own creative projects today!

 

http://www.mixwit.com/

Mixwit – Create and Share Digital Mixtapes

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June 19, 2008

10A and 10B: Another Multigenre Option…Scrapblog

Here is another Web 2.0 tool that could be a medium for a multigenre learning artifact….Scrapblog.

Check it out at http://scrapblog.com/ . 

June 13, 2008

Tips for Effective Glogsters from Mrs. Fleet

Glogster

Try this cool new Web 2.0 tool to create a more exciting product for presenting the results of your research! Click here to access Glogster! Here’s all you do:

  • Collect and organize your research information

  • Login to Glogster

  • Choose a wall or background for your glog–don’t make it too “busy” or it will detract from your poster

  • Select text boxes and type your research information into several text boxes, dividing it into categories according to the topics you are researching

  • Select graphics from Glogster or import your own images from your own pictures or from Creative Commons  or Flickr Creative Commons to illustrate your topic. You can also try Google Images, but some pictures may be covered by copyright.

  • Add sound or video if you are brave!

Here are some good glogs to look at:

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