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2008 Summer Institute
LITT Google Group
RBUSD District Map
LITT Social Network
LITT Contribution Project 2008-2009: Guidelines
Select one topic we've covered in which you'd like to develop additional expertise.
Devise a new project you can complete in order to share your expertise with other LITTs and other teachers. (You may also "flesh out" one of your previous proof-of-concept projects). This will be your "Contribution Project" for 2008-2009.
Your Contribution Project can be an example of something students would make or do, something a teacher would use, or something a LITT would use for professional development.
You will create a Jing video explaining your project - and place a link to your video on this wiki below. (If applicable, include a link to the actual project too - if it's online.)
Before beginning work, be sure to add your name and a one line description of your project below. (Later, you will add a link to your project.)
List of LITTs and Contribution Projects
Tim Baumgartner - Create a student survey using Survey Monkey ... & ... also how to copy assignments on Infinite Campus
Nadine Broekman - How to use Survey Monkey.
Eileen Chapman - Blogs, a
of how to use a blog to post homework.
Susi Farrell- A Photo Story of a field trip using vocabulary from a recent unit of study incorporating HM vocabulary.
Julie Ferron - Use Photo Story to design a student project
Cynthia Leathers - Create a staff survey using Survey Monkey to find out what kinds of technology they are using, what kinds of challenges they are experiencing and what staff development/help they would like to have in the future.
Jirika Peterson - Using Picasa for your classroom - pictures from in class projects that can be shared with parents.
Robert Price - Create a FORM/QUIZ using google docs that students can take online and create an auto grading form with a graph to organize and assess results.I will use jing to create a tutorial of the process. Here is my very rushed and succinct video for how to create an online test using google docs:
(Also, here is a funny use of a screen capture I posted on my students web page. Using MONKEY MAIL and a screen capture program
Christina Schaller -
Creating a blog for your classroom.
Julie Tamashiro -
Using GoogleBooks to spark your students' interest in reading
Bonnie Turner - Use Survey Monkey to get information from your students, parents, or staff.
Stu Woodward - F
irst in a series of videos about Wikispaces in the classroom
. This is a quick introduction that mentions some of the features.
Second Wiki Video
- This one shows how to get started, basic editing, security organization, and some things to watch out for.
Diane Young - Using Photo Story and Google Earth on Ancient Rome.
Chart of Contribution Project Tools
help on how to format text
Turn off "Getting Started"