Simple Web 2.0 Feedback
Ximena Gallardo C., English Department
I. Introduction to Web 2.0 and Privacy Discussion
- Definition of Web 2.0
- Privacy Handouts
- Public (Pu): Anyone in the world can see the feedback (but probably will not. Consider that on Nov .12 the Nielsen Company site BlogPulse identified the number of blogs to be over 176 million).
- Semi-public (Semi): Only those in a community (a group or class, for example) can see the feedback.
- Private (Pr): Only you or you and those you choose can see the feedback.
II. Hands-on Work with Tools Where Teachers Act as Students
- Poll Everywhere (Pu)
- Show: Poll Everywhere PowerPoint.
- Work: Responding to Feedback Poll
- Mention: Survey Monkey (Pr); Google Forms (Pr)
- Show: Google Docs in Plain English HERE.
- Show: Group collaboration on annotating a CAT HERE.
- Work: Commenting on student response HERE.
- Show: Teacher-to-student feedback (Gradebook) for ENA099 HERE.
- Discuss: Administrator-controlled space versus administrator-authorized network
- Show: Peer-to-Peer feedback on Shakespeare Ning HERE. (I model, then feedback begins on page 3) .
- Show: Peer-to-Peer feedback on Blogger
III. Q&A and Exploring Tools of Choice
- Join Poll Everywhere HERE.
- Join Google HERE.
IV. Feedback for the Day’s Work
Please complete a SurveyMonkey survey HERE.
P.S. One other interesting feedback tool: Voicethread (Semi-Pu)
- Voicethread Demo HERE.