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Send web address to participants ahead of time. Watch video with ideas to to plan how they want their website to work. What are your goals for your website? How do you want to organize your website to meet your needs? Is your site web 1.0 or web 2.0?

Embed a Google Doc survey to participants. Use the results to begin the workshop.

How do you share your web URL?
  • Link to your Wikispaces page from your Dublin Webpage
  • Link to your Wikispaces page through ProgressBook
  • Put a QR Code and URL on a postcard, and send it home with kids.
  • Create an easy-to-remember, shor URL through tinyurl.com.

Four Models to Consider:
Rotation Model
  • Station: Classroom rotation. All at the same pace through the same stations.
  • Lab: School rotation. All at the same pace. Very traditional. Isolation of skills. Computer lab, library time, music time...
  • Flipped: Learning at home, apply and practice the learning at school with collaboration and teacher as facilitator.
  • Individual: Kid-specific. Kids choose based on skills and learning style.

Flex Model: Team, PLC. Rotation through team/PLC teachers, but kids have more flexibility. Reorganize the space to support flexibility.

Self-Blend: Pure online courses. Students take some classes online as offerings not offered elsewhere, but come to school fothe regular classes.

Enriched- Virtual Model: Kids take most classes online, and come to school for enrichment or help.

What is included in your Wikispaces Page?
  • Background Information
  • Differentiated learning styles
  • Content Format: audio, images, animations, diagrams, maps, documents...
  • Surveys
  • Formative Assessment
  • Links
  • Discussion
  • Collaborative pages
  • Enrichment, Intervention
  • Absent students
  • New students
  • Review for banded