Saturday, October 31, 2015

Smores, Thinglink, Emaze and all That Web 2.0 Jazz!


Web 2.0 tools continue to dazzle, sparkle and dance into the classrooms of teachers across the world. Grab your device and let's explore some of the latest!

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Article: These Six Questions Determine If You're Technology Rich, Innovation Poor
"...we must move our focus beyond the device and towards the design of learning.  Otherwise we find...we are amusing ourselves to death with 1,000apps."


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Today's Presentation: Web 2.0 Tools and all That Jazz

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My Latest Finds:
  1. Mentimeter.com
  2. Dotstorming.com
  3. Screencastify.com

26 comments:

  1. Ozobots and Sphero they are alike they both move and they are both slow they are different because one you customize track and one you drive with iPad on an app i liked customizing the the track and i like exploring the different qualities of both of them Jackson C

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  2. they are the same because they move and because you program them. they are different because they are different brands and they work different. I like this activity because it is fun to work with robots and because I learned alot. c Beckham

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  3. Sphero
    Cubelets
    How they are like
    1) They both have motion censors.
    2)
    How they are different
    Sphero
    1) You can make different codes with by using the app on an Ipad.
    2) It is a wireless device, so it is bluetooth operated.
    Cubelets
    1) Theirs a cube if your put your had over it the light get brighter and it moves faster.
    2) You have to use one cube to make all the cubes work.

    2 ways you liked this project
    1) I liked this project because this was my first working with robots.
    2) I liked this project because I learned new things that robots could do.
    -A.Turman NSD

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  4. I used the Finch and Cublet.Two ways they are differnet is the finch uses a cord and the Cublet does not and the finch uses the hour of code to program it. Two ways they are alike are they both sense. You have to play with both of them to figure out how they work.

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  5. I used the finch robot to use it you needed to have a cord the robot and a laptop or computer. It was really cool how you could make it go in any direction and spin in circles. Thank you for the awesome learning experience.

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  6. I used the Finch. When using the Finch one person had to type the codes while another person held the cord up. We got to play around with writing codes to find out how to get the Finch to do different things like spin around, go back and forth and even change color.

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  7. today we used the Ozobots. We had to study a sheet and then we color coded it so the robot could read it.

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  9. Today I used Cubelets. It's a remarkable little guy who senses, lights up, moves, and just all round is amazing. By using different sorts of cubes we were able to make it move by sensory, light up in the dark and dim in the dark, run from us, and drive while lighting up.

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  10. I used the cubelet. The cublet uses sensors to sense things. Also we had to have a battery block to power the whole thing.

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  11. I used Ollie. When I used Ollie it was very challenging at first but after a few times my group and me corrected our errors and finally got Ollie to adjust to our standards, but at the end we had fun and it was a cool.

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  12. The robot I used was Finch. We had one person at the computer type what we wanted it to do, and another people held the cord up so the Finch could move. The Finch could change colors and go back and forth and up and down.

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  13. I used ozobots. Using the ozobot was really fun. When you had to draw the codes it was kind of difficult because the code could have been to dark, but when the code was write it was so cool. The different things that the ozobots could do was so much fun.

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  14. In my group we used the Ozobots to control it we had to draw codes with the colors red, blue, green and black.

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  15. cubelets use sensors to see where they are going.There suppose to stop if they sense a object in there way but I didn't build it to where it stops.

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  16. I used the Ozobot. To make this robot think and move i used color coding. The different combinations of colors made the robot do different things. The robot traced the black line and then whenever there was combinations of colors they do different things.

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  17. I used the Ollie robot today. When using this I learned about how the robot moves and all the interesting things it can do. My group learned how to turn it 90 degrees and spin when programming it into the iPad.

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  18. I used the Finch. When using the Finch, there where arrows which made it go, front,back, left and right. On the Finch one person had to hold the cord up, while the other person made it move in the directions. There was also color that made it change colors.

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  19. I thought it was very fun working with Ollie the programming software was very simple and easy to use. It reminded me of a CPU game maker software called scratch. In all I thought this was a very cool experience.

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  20. I used the Cubelets it was the coolst thing ever I got to make a car called the look out. The cubelets are little cubes that conect by magnet and when you put them together with the batterie they all turn and do what you want.

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  21. I used the Ozobots. We had to look on the sheet at the different codes then draw our own code on our sheet of paper. Then you will put the Ozobot on the paper with the different colors codes and it will do what ever code you put with it.

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