Tools to Create, Produce and Publish

Presenter: Valerie R. Burton
Location: New Orleans, Louisiana, USA

Presentation Title: Tools to Create, Produce and Publish

Presentation Description: This presentation demonstrates how to use a variety of tools for teachers to help engage students and for the students to produce creative work. We examine the uses of:
1. Google Docs for collaboration, Google Forms to gather information
2. for ePortfolios and easy websites
3. for avatars, presentations and prior knowledge assessment
4. for student blogs
5. for an assignment blog
6. for a class blog
7. for photomovies
8. Audacity for podcasts
9. for how to videos
10. for updates
11. to create on online classroom
12. to gather ideas and other online tools

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8 Responses to “Tools to Create, Produce and Publish”

  1. […] Tools to help you and your students create, produce and publish by […]

  2. Hi Valerie,

    Had not realized the potential for these tools as part of my classroom / teacher toolkit. I can see how Weebly can be used for creating eportfolios for students. I started using kidblog with my students this year. My fifth graders love it!

  3. Jose,

    Thanks for checking out my presentation. Weebly is GREAT. Here are my sample sites.
    (I always create an example of the finished work for the kids to see what the finished or “in progress work” looks like.)

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  5. Thanks for sharing all your great finds. I too love kidblog and have an account for my class. We are blogging about our read aloud book that I am reading in class and students are posting their discussion question responses for each chapter. I’m using blooms taxonomy guide for questioning skills. Wordle is great for ELL learners and bilingual learners. I use wordle as well for subject content!

  6. @Martha,

    Thanks for ‘attending’ my session and leaving a comment.

    I am so happy that your kids are blogging and using wordles. I hope that you can ‘play’ around with some of the other tools and you will see that many of them will quickly become part of your everyday teacher toolbox.

    Thanks again and you are awesome,
    Valerie Burton

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