Posts Tagged wordle
Your first thought might be, how are these all connected? They’re not. I was just playing with them last night so decided to put them all together. I know, not my greatest show of deduction.
Wordle is one of those sites where you can enter in text and it gets turned into a word cloud. You can copy your url, a blog post feed, your delicious account or just simply paste some text. I came across it here, and after reading Karen’s post wanted to try out my own blog to see if my ideas were being backed up by my words. Glad to see they are.
I’m always looking for little quirky Web 2.0 programs that I can introduce to my students so really enjoyed coming across Stripgenerator in one of Larry Ferlazzo’s many posts about about web tools. I see it as a tool kids can use for making introductions to unit projects or spicing up presentations.
At NECC Week, I had been playing with a Flip Cam that my work bought for students taking my Web 2.0 class next semester. I needed to learn how to use it in case kids had questions :), so brought it along and recorded a few short clips. I was more interested in playing with the camera rather than making a video, but decided to put together a pretty disjointed compilation of what I was able to record. It has a few highlights though, some scenes from EBC including, Ewan Macintosh’s request for Pearson Learning to turn off their cameras (he was intimidating so I did too after that). It also has a bit from David Warlick’s session, from Steve Hargadon’s Social Networking in Education session, and a few other snippets if you’re interested.